Simon I (High Priest)

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Simon I son of Onias I, (310–291 or 300–270 BCE) was High Priest in the Temple in Jerusalem. Some identify him as Simeon the Just.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bacher, Wilhelm; Schulim Ochser (1901–1906). "SIMEON THE JUST". Jewish Encyclopedia. Retrieved 2006-09-14.
Jewish titles
Preceded by
Onias I
High Priest of Israel
Early or mid 3rd century BC
Succeeded by
Eleazar