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Hippolytus of Samos

 

Pronunciation:  hih-PAHL-ih-tus [of] SAY-mohs

Occurrences:  3

First Reference:  Yeshua 26:12

 

And there went unto the Lord, Hippolytus of Samos, being foremost above all physicians which were in Caesarea, even he which tended unto Claudia Procula, which was Pilate’s wife.

 

 

See:  Arius, Caesarea, Claudia Procula

 

Summary:  Referred to as ‘being foremost above all physicians which were in Caesarea’, Hippolytus was among a group physicians who — upon hearing of the miraculous healing of the man Arius — requested that Arius take them to speak to the person responsible for his newfound health. Upon meeting Yeshua, Hippolytus questioned him hoping to glean some knowledge of his mysterious healing power. When pressed, Yeshua rebuked the physicians for their hypocrisy and corruption (Y:26:15-32).

 

According to scripture, the group of physicians included: Hippolytus of Samos, Polybius of Salinus, Ptolemy from Alexandria, and Basilides and Leondidas from Brundisium, Italy (Y:26:12-13).

 

 

 

Notes/References:

 

 

So Arius took from the house of Asclepius a great many physicians who would see for themselves the one which was come from Galilee.

And there went unto the Lord, Hippolytus of Samos, being foremost above all physicians which were in Caesarea, even he which tended unto Claudia Procula, which was Pilate’s wife.

And with him also were Polybius of Salinus, Ptolemy who was come from Alexandria, Basilides and Leondidas which were both come from the city of Brundisium in Italy.

Yeshua 26:11-13

 

 

 

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