From the Greek: "Antipater".
Antipas can refer to:

  • Herod Antipas, an ancient leader of Galilee and Perea
  • Antipater the Idumaean, the founder of the Herodian Dynasty, father of Herod the Great, and grandfather of Herod Antipas
  • Antipas, Cotabato, a municipality in the Philippines
  • Antipas of Pergamum, martyred bishop of the early Christian Church, referred to in the Biblical book of Revelation
  • Mount Antipas, a place mentioned in the Book of Mormon
  • Antipas (tribe), one of several Jivaroan peoples indigenous to the upper Amazon
  • A third season episode of Millennium (TV series)

Other articles related to "antipas":

Antipas Of Pergamum
... Many Christian traditions believe Saint Antipas to be the Antipas referred to in the Book of Revelation (Revelation 213) as the "faithful martyr" of Pergamon, "where Satan dwells" ... According to Christian tradition, John the Apostle ordained Antipas as bishop of Pergamon during the reign of the Roman emperor Domitian ... The traditional account goes on to say Antipas was martyred in ca ...
Mount Antipas
... Mount Antipas ( /ˈæn.tɪ.pɑːs/) is a location mentioned only in the Book of Mormon there is no independent confirmation of its existence or naming ... According to the Book of Mormon, Mount Antipas was located in or near Onidah in the greater land of Nephi (Alma 475,7) ...
Antipas, Cotabato - Geographical Location
... President Roxas, Cotabato Arakan, Cotabato Matalam, Cotabato Antipas, Cotabato President Roxas, Cotabato Kidapawan City Magpet, Cotabato ...
Tetrarchy (Judea) - The Tetrarchy
... Antipas was not Herod's first choice of heir ... poison his father (5 BCE), that the now elderly Herod fell back on his youngest son Antipas, revising his will to make him heir ... According to the final version of his will, Antipas' elder brother Archelaus was now to become king of Judea, Idumea and Samaria, while Antipas would rule Galilee and Perea with the lesser title of tetrarch ...
Herod Antipas - Biography - Reign - John The Baptist and Jesus
... Early in his reign, Antipas had married the daughter of King Aretas IV of Nabatea ... of Herod the Great and Mariamne I), and the two agreed to marry each other, after Herod Antipas had divorced his wife ... Relations between Antipas and Aretas soured and in time preparations began for war ...