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Hegemonides
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Hegemonides
Hegemonides (Ἡγεμονίδης, Hēgemonidēs). A Seleucid governor appointed by Antiochus V Eupator to rule over a region most likely composed of Judaea and surrounding areas (2 Macc 13:24).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Hegemonides (Person)
HEGEMONIDES (PERSON) [Gk Hēgemonidēs (Ἡγεμονιδης)]. In 2 Macc 13:24 Hegemonides is left as governor over the area of Judea and its environs by Antiochus V Eupator (164–162 b.c.e.) as he rushes off to Ptolemais on the way to quell the revolt of Philip in Antioch. The absence of other uses of this term
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Hegemonides
Hegemonides heg-ə-monʹə-dēz, hej-ə-mō-nīʹdēz [Gk. Hēgemonídēs < hēgemoneúō—‘be leader, rule’] (2 Macc. 13:24). A Syrian officer placed in command of the district extending from Ptolemais to Gerar. In this verse, the AV understands both Hēgemonídēs and stratēgós as adjectives referring
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Hegemonides
HEGEMONIDES Principal Syrian officer appointed by Antiochus, king of Syria, to govern the territory from Ptolemais to Gerar (2 Macc 13:24).
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Hegemonides
Hegemonides (Gk. Hēgemonidēs)A Syrian official whom Antiochus named governor of the district from Ptolemais to Gerar at the time of Philip’s attack on Antioch (2 Macc. 13:24).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Hegemonides
Hegemonides [hĕjˊə mōˊnə dēz] (Gk. Hēgemonidēs “leader” [?]).* A Syrian official whom Antiochus named governor of the district from Ptolemais to Gerar at the time of Philip’s attack on Antioch (2 Macc. 13:24; KJV “principal [governor],” referring to Judas Maccabeus).
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Hegemonides
HEGEMONIDES Governor of Judea and its surrounding regions under Antiochus V Eupator (2 Macc 13:24).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
HEGEMONIDES
HEGEMONIDES<heg-e-mon’-i-dez>, <hej-e-mo-ni’-dez> ([Ἡγεμονίδης, Hegemonides]): The Syrian officer placed in command of the district extending from Ptolemais to the Gerrenians (2 Macc 13:24). It is not easy to see how in the King James Version and even in Swete’s revised text the word can be taken
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 3, H–L
Hegemonides
Hegemonides hej’uh-moh’nuh-deez (Ἡγεμονίδης). A Syrian officer appointed by the boy-king Antiochus V Eupator over the district from Ptolemais to Gerar at the time when the king was forced to return to Antioch of Syria to deal with a revolt by Philip in 162 B.C. (2 Macc. 13:24). The KJV takes the name
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Hegemonides
HEGEMONIDES, heg-e-monʹi-dēz, hej-e-mō̇-nīʹ-dēz (Ἡγεμονίδης, Hēgemonídēs): The Syrian officer placed in command of the district extending from Ptolemais to the Gerrenians (2 Macc 13:24). It is not easy to see how in AV and even in Swete’s revised text the word can be taken as a mere appellative
All the People in the Bible: An A–Z Guide to the Saints, Scoundrels, and Other Characters in Scripture
Hegemonides
Hegemonides [he-juh-mōn-uh-dēz]: a Syrian officer appointed by Antiochus V Eupator as a governor in his absence (1 Macc. 13:24)
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
HEGEMONIDES
HEGEMONIDES hej´uh-moh´nuh-deez [Ἡγεμονίδης Hēgemonidēs]. Before leaving to deal with Philip’s revolt in Antioch (2 Macc 13:23), Antiochus V is said to have appointed Hegemonides as governor over the Judean territory that stretched from Ptolemais to Gerar (2 Macc 13:24). The geographical location of
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