Acts 13:1 • NOW there were in the church which was at Antioch, prophets and doctors, among whom was Barnabas, and Simon who was called Niger, and Lucius of Cyrene, and Manahen, who was the foster brother of Herod the tetrarch, and Saul.
2 Mac 6:1 • But not long after the king sent a certain old man of Antioch, to compel the Jews to depart from the laws of their fathers and of God:
Acts 6:5 • And the saying was liked by all the multitude. And they chose Stephen, a man full of faith, and of the Holy Ghost, and Philip, and Prochorus, and Nicanor, and Timon, and Parmenas, and Nicolas, a proselyte of Antioch.
Gal 2:11 • But when Cephas was come to Antioch, I withstood him to the face, because he was to be blamed.
2 Tim 3:11 • Persecutions, afflictions: such as came upon me at Antioch, at Iconium, and at Lystra: what persecutions I endured, and out of them all the Lord delivered me.
1 Mac 11:13 • And Ptolemee entered into Antioch, and set two crowns upon his head, that of Egypt, and that of Asia.
Acts 13:14 • But they passing through Perge, came to Antioch in Pisidia: and entering into the synagogue on the sabbath day, they sat down.
Acts 14:18 • Now there came thither certain Jews from Antioch, and Iconium: and persuading the multitude, and stoning Paul, drew him out of the city, thinking him to be dead.
Acts 11:19 • Now they who had been dispersed by the persecution that arose on occasion of Stephen, went about as far as Phenice and Cyprus and Antioch, speaking the word to none, but to the Jews only.
Acts 11:20 • But some of them were men of Cyprus and Cyrene, who, when they were entered into Antioch, spoke also to the Greeks, preaching the Lord Jesus.
Acts 14:20 • And when they had preached the gospel to that city, and had taught many, they returned again to Lystra, and to Iconium, and to Antioch:
2 Mac 5:21 • So when Antiochus had taken away out of the temple a thousand and eight hundred talents, he went back in all haste to Antioch, thinking through pride, that he might now make the land navigable, and the sea passable on foot: such was the haughtiness of his mind.
2 Mac 2:21 • As also the wars against Antioch the Illustrious, and his son Eupator:
Acts 18:22 • And going down to Caesarea, he went up to Jerusalem, and saluted the church, and so came down to Antioch.
Acts 15:22 • Then it pleased the apostles and ancients, with the whole church, to choose men of their own company, and to send to Antioch, with Paul and Barnabas, namely, Judas, who was surnamed Barsabas, and Silas, chief men among the brethren.
Acts 11:22 • And the tidings came to the ears of the church that was at Jerusalem, touching these things: and they sent Barnabas as far as Antioch.
Acts 15:23 • Writing by their hands: The apostles and ancients, brethren, to the brethren of the Gentiles that are at Antioch, and in Syria and Cilicia, greeting.
2 Mac 13:23 • He fought with Judas: and was overcome. And when he understood that Philip, who had been left over the affairs, had rebelled at Antioch, he was in a consternation of mind, and entreating the Jews, and yielding to them, he swore to all things that seemed reasonable, and, being reconciled, offered sacrifices, honoured the temple, and left gifts.
Acts 14:25 • And thence they sailed to Antioch, from whence they had been delivered to the grace of God, unto the work which they accomplished.
Acts 11:25 • And Barnabas went to Tarsus to seek Saul: whom, when he had found, he brought to Antioch.
Acts 11:26 • And they conversed there in the church a whole year; and they taught a great multitude, so that at Antioch the disciples were first named Christians.
2 Mac 13:26 • Then Lysias went up to the judgment seat, and set forth the reason, and appeased the people, and returned to Antioch: and thus matters went with regard to the king's coming and his return.
2 Mac 14:27 • Then the king being in a rage and provoked with this man's wicked accusations, wrote to Nicanor, signifying, that he was greatly displeased with the covenant of friendship: and that he commanded him nevertheless to send Machabeus prisoner in all haste to Antioch.
Acts 11:27 • And in these days there came prophets from Jerusalem to Antioch:
Acts 15:30 • They therefore being dismissed, went down to Antioch; and gathering together the multitude, delivered the epistle.
2 Mac 4:33 • Which when Onias understood most certainly, he reproved him, keeping himself in a safe place at Antioch beside Daphne.
2 Mac 8:35 • Being through the help of the Lord brought down by them, of whom he had made no account, laying aside his garment of glory, fleeing through the midland country, he came alone to Antioch, being rendered very unhappy by the destruction of his army.
1 Mac 4:35 • And when Lysias saw that his men were put to flight, and how bold the Jews were, and that they were ready either to live, or to die manfully, he went to Antioch, and chose soldiers, that they might come again into Judea with greater numbers.
Acts 15:35 • And Paul and Barnabas continued at Antioch, teaching and preaching, with many others, the word of the Lord.
2 Mac 11:36 • But touching such things as he thought should be referred to the king, after you have diligently conferred among yourselves, send some one forthwith, that we may decree as it is convenient for you: for we are going to Antioch.
2 Mac 4:36 • And when the king was come back from the places of Cilicia, the Jews that were at Antioch, and also the Greeks went to him: complaining of the unjust murder of Onias.
1 Mac 3:37 • So the king took the half of the army that remained, and went forth from Antioch the chief city of his kingdom, in the hundred and forty-seventh year: and he passed over the river Euphrates, and went through the higher countries.
1 Mac 11:44 • And Jonathan sent him three thousand valiant men to Antioch: and they came to the king, and the king was very glad of their coming.
1 Mac 11:56 • And Tryphon took the elephants, and made himself master of Antioch.
1 Mac 6:63 • And he departed in haste, and returned to Antioch, where he found Philip master of the city: and he fought against him, and took the city.
1 Mac 10:68 • And king Alexander heard of it, and was much troubled, and returned to Antioch.