Mattathias ben Theophilus (c. 60 CE) was the Jewish High Priest (Kohen Gadol) at the start of the Jewish Revolution, and was overthrown by Revolutionary forces. A minority of scholars believe him to be the same as the Theophilus mentioned in the New Testament books of Luke 1:3 and Acts 1:1. One author argues that Mattathias ben Theophilus was the father of Josephus.

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  • Mattathias ben Theophilus (c. 60 CE) was the Jewish High Priest (Kohen Gadol) at the start of the Jewish Revolution, and was overthrown by Revolutionary forces. A minority of scholars believe him to be the same as the Theophilus mentioned in the New Testament books of Luke 1:3 and Acts 1:1. One author argues that Mattathias ben Theophilus was the father of Josephus. (en)
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  • Mattathias ben Theophilus (c. 60 CE) was the Jewish High Priest (Kohen Gadol) at the start of the Jewish Revolution, and was overthrown by Revolutionary forces. A minority of scholars believe him to be the same as the Theophilus mentioned in the New Testament books of Luke 1:3 and Acts 1:1. One author argues that Mattathias ben Theophilus was the father of Josephus. (en)
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