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GREEK: 3161 Mattayiav Mattathias
NAVE: Mattathias
EBD: Mattathias
SMITH: MATTATHIAS
ISBE: MATTATHIAS
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Mattathias

In Bible versions:

Mattathias: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
two men who were ancestors of Christ, one being a son of Amos and the other being a son of Semein

the gift of the Lord ( --> same as Matthias, Mattithiah)

Greek

Strongs #3161: Mattayiav Mattathias

Mattathias = "gift of Jehovah"

1) the son of Amos, in the genealogy of Christ
2) Mattathias was the son of Semei in the genealogy of Christ

3161 Mattathias mat-tath-ee'-as

of Hebrew origin (4993); Mattathias (i.e. Mattithjah), an Israelite
and a Christian:-Mattathias.
see HEBREW for 04993

Mattathias [EBD]

ibid. (1.) The son of Amos, in the genealogy of our Lord (Luke 3:25).

(2.) The son of Semei, in the same genealogy (Luke 3:26).

Mattathias [NAVE]

MATTATHIAS, an ancestor of Jesus, Luke 3:25, 26.

MATTATHIAS [SMITH]

(gift of Jehovah), the Greek form of Mattathiah.
  1. Son of Amos, in the genealogy of Christ. (Luke 3:25) (B.C. after 406.)
  2. Son of Semei. (Luke 3:26)
  3. The father of the Maccabees. (B.C. 168 and previous.)

MATTATHIAS [ISBE]

MATTATHIAS - mat-a-thi'-as (Mattathias). The persons of this name in the Apocrypha are:

(1) Mattathias the father of the Maccabees.

See ASMONEANS; MACCABEES.

(2) One of the 7 who stood on Ezra's right hand as he read the law (1 Esdras 9:43) = "Mattithiah" of Neh 8:4.

(3) The son--probably the youngest (compare 1 Macc 16:2)--of Simon the Maccabean, treacherously murdered along with his father and his brother Judas by his brother-in-law Ptolemy, son of Abubus in the stronghold of Dok near Jericho in the 177th Seleucid--136-135 BC (1 Macc 16:14).

(4) Son of Absalom, one of the two "captains of the forces" who in the campaign against Demetrius in the plain of Hazor gallantly supported Judas, enabling the latter to turn an impending defeat into a great victory (1 Macc 11:70).

(5) One of the three envoys sent by Nicanor to treat with Judas in 161 BC (2 Macc 14:19). No names of envoys are given in the account of 1 Macc 7:27 ff.

(6) One of the sons of Asom who put away his "strange wife" (1 Esdras 9:33) = the King James Version "Matthias" = "Mattattah" of Ezr 10:33.

In addition to these two of this name are mentioned in the New Testament:

(7) Lk 3:25, "son of Amos."

(8) Lk 3:26, "son of Semein."

S. Angus




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