(Antiochus Epiphanes) died 164? b.c, king of Syria 175–164?.
Antiochus IV had about as much in common with Aristotle as Rick Santorum has with Thomas Paine.
Don’t Let the Maccabees Win Matt Lerner December 3, 2013
He made friends with the surrounding princes, formed a marriage connection with Antiochus IV.
History of Rome from the Earliest times down to 476 AD Robert F. Pennell
?215–164 bc, Seleucid king of Syria (175–164), who attacked the Jews and provoked the revolt of the Maccabees
- Antiochus iii
(“the Great”) 241?–187 b.c., king of Syria 223–187. noun known as Antiochus the Great. 242–187 bc, king of Syria (223–187), who greatly extended the Seleucid empire but was forced (190) to surrender most of Asia Minor to the Romans
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to convert (an element) into an ; combine with oxygen. to cover with a coating of or rust. to take away hydrogen, as by the action of oxygen; add oxygen or any nonmetal. to remove electrons from (an atom or molecule), thereby increasing the valence. Compare (def 12). to become oxidized. (especially of white wine) […]
an admixture to natural or synthetic rubber for preventing ozonolysis.