a Roman mentioned in Paul's Epistle to the Romans (16:10), whose "household" is saluated.
But she retained the younger, aristobulus, with her as a private person, by reason of the warmth of his temper.
And thus did aristobulus, and the rest with him, supplicate Petronius.
This would not be admitted by the followers of aristobulus, who say that the plains are not watered by rain.
We are indebted to aristobulus for an account of this track in Alexander's time.
aristobulus was defeated in battle by Aretas and was besieged in the Temple Citadel.
He died in 105, and was succeeded by aristobulus, the eldest of his five sons.
aristobulus availed himself of this opportunity, and prepared himself for a fresh war.
This picture was no Temple and Portico, with the drowning of aristobulus.
aristobulus was sleeping soundly by the side of Chereas, and, in his dreams, devoting all his grooms to the ravens.
aristobulus says that these two branches are distant 1000 stadia from each other.