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GREEK: 3078 lusaniav Lusanias
NAVE: Lysanias
EBD: Lysanias
SMITH: LYSANIAS
ISBE: LYSANIAS
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Lysanias

In Bible versions:

Lysanias: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
one of four men who ruled over 4 sections of Isreal

that drives away sorrow

Greek

Strongs #3078: lusaniav Lusanias

Lysanias = "that drives away sorrow"

1) a tetrarch of Abilene (i.e. the district around Abila) in the
thirteenth year of Tiberias (A.D. 29), at the time when Herod
Antipas was tetrarch of Galilee and when Herod Philip was tetrarch
of Ituraea and Trachonitis

3078 Lusanias loo-san-ee'-as

from 3080 and ania (trouble); grief-dispelling; Lysanias, a governor
of Abilene:-Lysanias.
see GREEK for 3080

Lysanias [EBD]

tetrarch of Abilene (Luke 3:1), on the eastern slope of Anti-Lebanon, near the city of Damascus.

Lysanias [NAVE]

LYSANIAS, a tetrarch, Luke 3:1.

LYSANIAS [SMITH]

(that drives away sorrow), mentioned by St. Luke in one of his chronological passages, ch. (Luke 3:1) as being tetrarch. of Abilene (i.e. the district round Abila) in the thirteenth year of Tiberius (A.D. 26), at the time when Herod Antipas was tetrarch of Galilee and Herod Philip tetrarch of Ituraea and Trachonitis.

LYSANIAS [ISBE]

LYSANIAS - li-sa'-ni-as (Lusanias): Mentioned in Lk 3:1 as tetrarch of Abilene in the 15th year of the reign of Tiberius Caesar, and thus fixing the date of the preaching of John the Baptist in the wilderness at about 26 or 28 AD. A Lysanias is mentioned by Josephus as having ruled over Chalcis and Abilene, and as having been slain by Mark Antony at the instigation of Cleopatra. As this happened about 36 BC, Luke has been charged with inaccuracy. Inscriptions, however, corroborate the view that the Lysanias of Luke was probably a descendant of the Lysanias mentioned by Josephus (compare Schurer, H J the Priestly Code (P), div I, volume II, App. 1, p. 338).

C. M. Kerr




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