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Hasmoneans

Hasmoneans. Name given to the Maccabees in the Talmud. The Hasmoneans were a priestly family who led the rebellion against the Selucid kings in the 2nd cent. BCE and established an autonomous Jewish kingdom.

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Hasmoneans

Hasmoneans: see Maccabees.

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