- variation. Mattityahu
to: Mattathias, Jewish priest
as Mattityahu Mattityahu Peled
(1923–1995), Israeli public figure Mattityahu
(Hebrew: מתתיהו "מתי" פלד, born Mattityahu Ifland
on 20 July 1923, died 10 March
1995) was a well-known Israeli public
(Hebrew: מַתִּתְיָהוּ Mattityahu
or מתי Matt, متى Arabic
"Gift of YHVH"; Gr****: Μαθθαῖος, translit. Maththaîos; Coptic: ⲙⲁⲧⲑⲉⲟⲥ;...
- Mattityahu Strashun
(Hebrew: מתתיהו שטראשון, also spelled
1, 1817 – December
13, 1885) was a Russian
(Hebrew transliteration: Mattityahu
Gr****: Μαθθίας; Coptic: ⲙⲁⲑⲓⲁⲥ; died c. 80 AD) was, according
to the Acts of the Apostles, the apostle...
- (Padua), Michael Sachs
(Berlin), Eliezer Lipman Silberman
(Łęg), and Mattityahu Strashun
(Vilnius). It was re-established at Berlin
in 1885 under
- temple. Antiochus's actions provoked
a large-scale revolt. Mattathias
), a Jewish
priest, and his five sons Jochanan, Simeon, Eleazar, Jonathan...
- Hot Springs, referring
to nearby Hamat
Gader, was given
to it by author Mattityahu
Shalem. Israeli-occupied territories
"List of localities, in Alphabetical...
but it failed
to p**** due to a Soviet
veto. Former Israeli General Mattityahu Peled
said that more than half of the border clashes before
the 1967 war...
- the Israeli
(born 1927), Israeli former general Mattityahu Peled
(1923–1995), senior Israeli military
officer, scholar, and peace...