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  1. Judas Maccabeus, also called Judah Maccabee, Maccabeus also spelled Maccabaeus, (died / bce), Jewish guerrilla leader who defended his country from invasion by the Seleucid king Antiochus IV Epiphanes, preventing the imposition of Hellenism upon Judaea, and preserving the Jewish religion.
  2. According to another authority, Judas had as many as 6, men, who were divided into four equal companies of 1,, and commanded by four of the Maccabean brothers, the first division by Judas himself; the fifth brother, Eleazar, read aloud from the Bible (comp. the difficult passage I Macc. iii. 48), and gave the password: "Help of God" (II Macc. viii. ).
  3. Jan 02,  · Answer: Judas Maccabeus was a priest who led the revolt against the Seleucid Empire in Israel in the second century BC. When the Old Testament closes, the people of Israel have returned from the Babylonian Exile, and the work of rebuilding has begun. Under .
  4. Judas Maccabeus Excerpt from the Lexham Bible Dictionary, the most advanced Bible dictionary. Son of the priest Mattathias. Leader of the Jews in the second century bc during the Maccabean revolt.
  5. Judas was nicknamed "the Maccabee" which means "the hammer." He lived in the second century B.C. The Syrian leader Antiochus IV tried to get the Jews to adopt Greek practices and turned the Jerusalem Temple into a shrine to Zeus. Judas and others revolted.
  6. Since Hasmonean seems to be their family name, scholars think “Maccabeus” was a nickname for Judas. It is derived from an Aramaic word maqqaba, possibly meaning, “hammer,” or “the hammerer” in modern Hebrew. Supposedly, it reflects his ferociousness in battle.
  7. Dec 27,  · The ancient Israelites, led by Judas Maccabeus, did vanquish the oppressor Antiochus - but Greek rule would only be shaken off 20 years later under Judas' younger brother. A must-read before the holiday begins The warrior Judas Maccabeus, or Judah of Maccabee, drawn by Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld ().

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