Aristobulus or Aristobulos may refer to:

  • Aristobulus I (died 103 BC), king of the Hebrew Hasmonean Dynasty, 104–103 BCE
  • Aristobulus II (died 49 BC), king of Judea from the Hasmonean Dynasty, 67–63 BCE
  • Aristobulus III of Judea (53 BC–36 BC), last scion of the Hasmonean royal house
  • Aristobulus IV (31 BC–7 BC), Prince of Judea, son of Herod the Great and Mariamne, married Berenice, father of Agrippa I
  • Aristobulus Minor, son of the above, brother of Agrippa I
  • Aristobulus of Chalcis
  • Aristobulus of Paneas (c. 160 BCE), Hellenistic Jewish philosopher
  • Aristobulus of Cassandreia (375 BC–301 BC), Greek historian, accompanied Alexander the Great on his campaigns
  • Aristobulus of Britannia, one of the Seventy Disciples, brother of Barnabas

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Aristobulus Of Britannia
... Aristobulus of Britannia (Full title, in Greek Aghios Apostolos Aristovoulos, Martyras, kai Protos Episkopos Vretannias Welsh Arwystli Hen Episcob Cyntaf Prydain Latin ... Also, Aristobulus, Apostle to Britain) is a saint of Roman Catholicism and Orthodox Christianity, named by Hippolytus of Rome as one of the Seventy ...
Aristobulus Of Britannia - Traditions
... Aristobulus preached and died in Roman Britain ... Catholic tradition identifies Aristobulus with Zebedee, father of James and John ... Dubious later conjectures identify Aristobulus with one of the medieval Welsh saints Arwystl Arwystl the Aged, an early missionary, or Arwstyl ap Cunedda, after whom ...
Ptolemy (son Of Mennaeus)
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Aristobulus Of Britannia - Texts
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