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Aquila

Aquila (2nd cent. CE). Translator of the Hebrew Bible into Greek. It survives only in fragments. Rabbinic sources confuse Aquila and Onkelos, the author of the Targum on the Pentateuch.

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Aquila (in the Bible)

Aquila (ăk´wĬlə, əkwĬl´ə), in the New Testament, Christian of Jewish origin from Pontus who lived at Rome. He and his wife, Prisca or Priscilla, were friendly to Paul.

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Aquila

Aquila (swifts) See ACCIPITRIDAE.

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Aquila

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