Malchus

Malchus (măl'kus) , in the New Testament, servant of the high priest; Jesus healed him after Peter cut off his ear.
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Malchus

[historian] Malchus (Μάλχος, Málkhos) was a Byzantine historian. According to the Suda, Malchus was a Byzantine (i.e. from Constantinople); but Photius states that he was a native of Philadelphia; and his Syriac name makes it probable that Philadelphia was the ancient Rabbah in the country of Ammonitis, east of the River Jordan. Malc...
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Malchus

In the Gospel of John in the New Testament of the Bible, Malchus is the servant of the Jewish High Priest, Caiaphas, who participated in the arrest of Jesus. According to John, one of the disciples, Simon Peter, being armed with a sword, cut off the servant`s ear in an attempt to prevent the arrest of Jesus. The story is related in all four gospe....
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malchus

short cutting sword
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Malchus

[disambiguation] Malchus is the servant of the Jewish High Priest, Caiaphas, who participated in the arrest of Jesus. Malchus may also refer to: ==People with the surname== ...
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