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- brothers. In the Medieval period Alphaeus was said to be the husband of Mary the daughter of Clopas. More recently, Alphaeus has been identified with Clopas...
- relates that Mary, wife of Alphaeus is mother of James the Less: Mary, mother of James the Less and Joseph, wife of Alphaeus was the sister of Mary the...
- Alphaeus may refer to: Alphaeus, a man mentioned in the New Testament as the father of two of the Twelve Apostles Alphaeus and Zacchaeus, the first of...
- identified with James, the son of Alphaeus. After that, James the Less being the same as James, the son of Alphaeus, Jerome describes in his work called...
- of American Art - Alphaeus P. Cole papers, 1885-1988 (collection summary)", Smithsonian Institution. Retrieved 2007-11-15. "Alphaeus Philemon Cole" Archived...
- Alphaeus Patterson Chapter fonds". South Peace Regional Archives. Archived from the original on 2007-09-30. Retrieved 2007-08-09. "I.O.D.E. Alphaeus Patterson...
- identification of James the Just with the Apostle James, son of Alphaeus; Clopas and Alphaeus are thought to be different Gr**** renderings of the same Aramaic...
- often identified with James, son of Alphaeus. The Catholic Encyclopedia identifies him with both James, son of Alphaeus and James the brother of Jesus (James...
- P. roupelliae, P. subvestita, P. repens and P. grandiceps. Capys alphaeus alphaeus (from the Cape Peninsula to the Kouebokkeveld Mountains and southern...
- Saints Alphaeus and Zaccheus were two Christians who were put to death in Caesarea, Palestine, in 303 or 304, according to church historian Eusebius in...
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