Songs about Antiochos:

songsVII. Antiochus Conquers Jerusalem (Antiochos Dobývá Jeruzalém) (Bodorová) by Prague Children'S Choir, Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, Jaroslav Brych, ?estmír Sta?ek, Vladimír Válek & Stanislav Bogunia Prague Philharmonic Choir from the Album Sylvie Bodorová: Juda Maccabeus


Books about Antiochos:

booksAntiochos III and the Cities of Western Asia Minor: with new preface and addenda by John Ma (Sep 12, 2002)

booksTales of High Priests and Taxes: The Books of the Maccabees and the Judean Rebellion against Antiochos IV (Hellenistic... by Sylvie Honigman (Aug 22, 2014)

booksDer synkretistische Allgötterkult Antiochos I. von Kommagene: Übersteigertes Repräsentationsbedür... oder religionspolitisches... by Ines Hermeling (Apr 6, 2010)

booksAntiochos IV. im Buch Daniel: Tyrann oder Realpolitiker? (German Edition) by Patricia Romanowsky (Feb 16, 2014)

booksAntiochos (French Edition) by Nicolas Décriens (Oct 20, 2004)

booksAntiochos von Syrakus und Coelius Antipater (German Edition) by Eduard von Wölfflin (Jan 1, 1872)

booksDe Antiocho Ascalonita by Rudolf Hoyer (Apr 23, 2009)


Wiki information Antiochos:


Antiochos was a high-ranking Byzantine official and governor of Sicily who participated in a conspiracy against Emperor Constantine V. Very little is known about his life and career other than his involvement in the conspiracy against the emperor,...

Antiochos Evangelatos
Composer, Person, Deceased Person, Conductor

Antiochos Evangelatos was a Greek composer and conductor. He was born in Lixouri, Cefalonia on 25 December 1903. He studied composition and conducting in Leipzig, Basel and Vienna with Max Ludwig, Kofler and Felix Weingartner. From 1933 on he taught...