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Antiochus Epiphanes

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Fortress of Antiochus Epiphanes Uncovered in Jerusalem
On Monday afternoon, the Israeli Antiquities Authority (iaa) sent a newsbrief to reporters in Jerusalem, calling for a press conference the following day to announce the “solution to one of the greatest questions in the history of Jerusalem.” Tuesday's ...
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So you can have the clear forerunner of the anti-Christ in Antiochus IV Epiphanes and later the End Times anti-Christ.
The Akra, Epiphanes' Lost Stronghold in Jerusalem, Is Found
Based on these, the Israel Antiquities Authority researchers postulate that Epiphanes' lost compound in Jerusalem has been found. Simon the Maccabee conquers. The compound was built by Antiochus Epiphanes IV, king of the Seleucids, in 167 BCE.
What We Know About the Truth Behind the Hanukkah Story
According to First Maccabees, religious persecution by Antiochus Epiphanes led the rebels known as Maccabees to take back their temple from the Syrian-Greek Empire. Meanwhile, another book called Second Maccabees has a very different story.
Acra Fortress Found in Jerusalem
On November 3rd, researchers associated with the Israel Antiquities Authority announced that they had found the remnants of the fortress used by the Greek Seleucid king Antiochus Epiphanes during his 168 BCE siege of Jerusalem. The find has solved one ...

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