Cotton H.Sir :
P. 372 – 372 Book 5 B.C. 62 [PDF: 422/422 of p.524]
CHAPTER 38.Foot note p. 372 a. Compare Joseph. Antiq. XIV. 9, 10. Bell. I. 6.
(i) The history of Alexander the son of Aristobulus.
1 When Pompey had set out for Rome, Hyrcanus and Antipater marched against the Arabians, [B.C. 62.] to bring them under the dominion of the Romans. To which the Arabians 2 submitted, trusting to their intimacy with Antipater, and paying great regard to his advice ; by which acts Antipater designed to reconcile the Romans to him. Therefore when Alexander the son of 3 Aristobulus [B.C. 58.] perceived the expedition of Hyrcanus, Antipater, and Scaurus, against the Arabians, and that they had departed to a great distance from the Holy City ; he journeyed till he 4 arrived there ; and entering into the palace, he brought out thence money for the expence of repairing the city-wall which Pompey had broken down. And he raised for himself an army, and 5 arranged all those matters which he wished, before Hyrcanus and his party should return to the city of the Holy House : and when they returned, he went out to meet them, and engaged them, and put them to flight.
Original Source: Transcribed from PDF copy of Book "The Five Books of Maccabees in English. With Notes and Illustrations", by HENRY COTTON, D.C.L.(Sir) Archdeacon of Cashel, and Late Student of Christ Church, Oxford. Publication date 1832 | PDF
|↑1||Foot note p. 372 a. Compare Joseph. Antiq. XIV. 9, 10. Bell. I. 6.|