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The Seventy Disciples

© 2014 by Dylan Stephens

In Gospel of Luke 10:1-24 Jesus sends out seventy-two disciples. This was pretty much an anachronism because, although there already was a mission set up by Herod the Great, the Christian religion was not even defined yet. The obsession with seventy-two has caused many to compile lists. Using the list of seventy from Hippolytus of Rome (170–235) (Source: The Ante-Nicene fathers. translations of the writings of the fathers down to A.D. 325. (1919)) as a basis. The list shown here has 92 when duplicates are excluded and more persons are added from Paul's Epistles. Amazingly, this list is more accurate than those of the modern scholars.

(Corrections are strike out and those in italic are added.) The locations of death from Hippolytus in some cases appear to be imaginative based on some other list of ancient churches, but are a good starting point for investigation.

In two final sections, the original seven deacons are show and those appearing in Paul's Epistles are indicated by Epistle.

(For more on the Twelve Disciples see The Twelve Disciples Revealed)

1. (Simon) Peter preached the Gospel in Pontus, and Galatia, and Cappadocia, and Betania, and Italy, and Asia, and was afterwards crucified by Nero in Rome with his head downward, as he had himself desired to suffer in that manner.
2. Andrew preached to the Scythians and Thracians, and was crucified, suspended on an olive tree, at Patrae, a town of Achaia ; and there too he was buried.
3. John (Aquila) again, in Asia, was banished by Domitian the king to the isle of Patmos (story derived from "Since the Jews constantly made disturbances at the instigation of Chrestus, he expelled them from Rome. (Suetonius, Life of Claudius, 25:4 )" and "And after these things, Paul having departed out of Athens, came to Corinth, and having found a certain Jew, by name Aquila, of Pontus by birth, lately come from Italy, and Priscilla his wife - because of Claudius having directed all the Jews to depart out of Rome" (Acts 18:1-2), in which also he wrote his Gospel and saw the apocalyptic vision; (wrote Book of Revelation) and in Trajan's time he fell asleep at Ephesus, where his remains were sought for, but could not be found.
(A common confusion of the two Johns: this John is twin brother of James. Some parts of the description have been moved to Bartholomew who is John Mark) (John = Aquila, twins from the Clementine Books)
4. James (Niceta)his brother, when preaching in Judea, was cut off with the sword metaphor for excommunication by Herod the tetrarch, and was buried there. Agrippa I. (James = Niceta, twins from the Clementine Books)
5. Philip preached in Phrygia, and was crucified in Hierapolis with his head downward in the time of Domitian, and was buried there. ("And the next day we that were of Paul's company departed, and came unto Caesarea: and we entered into the house of Philip the evangelist, which was one of the seven; and abode with him. And the same man had four daughters, virgins, which did prophesy." (Acts 21:8,9) - daughter level 4 is Mary Magdalene) (He is called 'Protos'- mistranslated by Whiston as Peter)
6. Bartholomew
(John Mark)
again, preached to the Indians, to whom he also gave the Gospel according to Matthew, and was crucified with his head downward, and was buried in Allanum, a town of the great Armenia. he wrote his John's Gospel and in Trajan's time he fell asleep at Ephesus, where his remains were sought for, but could not be found. ("John whose other name was Mark." (Acts 12:25)
7. Matthew (Annas) wrote the Gospel and included in it the Sermon on the Mount in the Hebrew tongue, and published it at Jerusalem (Ephesus), and fell asleep at Hierees, a town of Parthia. (son of High Priest Annas, younger brother of Jonathan)
8. Thomas (Herod) preached to the Parthians, Medes, Persians, Hyrcanians, Bactrians, and Magians, and was thrust through in the four members of his body with a pine spear at Calamene, the city of India, and was buried there. (Thomas is the son of Herod the Great and Mariamne, daughter of High Priest Boethus, also the father of Salome, step daughter of Herod Antipas, natural daughter of Herodias.)
9. James the son of Alphaeus
(Jonathan Annas)
when preaching in Jerusalem, was stoned to death by the Jews, and was buried there beside the temple.
(The stoning part is significant because he is Jonathan Annas who was also called Stephen because he wore a crown (stephanos in Greek), excommunicated as High Priest (symbolically stoned) and later, with his name changed to Sceva, he was killed near the temple by Sicarii (curved knife carriers) by Felix the Procurator of Judea.) ('son of Alphaeus' means son of Annas, the High Priest. He is also Nathanael: "Philip found Nathanael" (John 1:45).)
10. Jude who is also called Lebbaeus (Thaddeus) preached to the people of Edessa, and to all Mesopotamia, and fell asleep at Berytus, and was buried there. (Thaddeus, Lebbaeus, or Theudas, incorrect Jude is from "Judas (not Judas Iscariot)" in John14:22, as the stand-in for Judas Iscariot at the Last Supper after he left. Jude is the younger brother of Jesus. Was killed by by Procurator Fadus in 44AD (Josephus Antiquities 20.5:1; Acts 05:36))
11. Simon the Zealot
(Simon Magus)
the son of Cleopas who was called Jude became bishop of Jerusalem after James the Just, and fell asleep and was buried there at the age of 120 years. This is Simon Magus also called Simon, the Canaanite (Matthew 10:4 & Mark 3:18) Also "Simon the leper" (Matthew 26:6), "Simon, a Cyrenian", who carried the cross (Mark 15:21))
(Last part has been confused with Simon who was Jesus' younger brother (obviously not Jude!) Simon, the youngest brother of Jesus was son of Cleopas as was James the Just. He accompanied Paul as Silas. He succeeded James as Bishop of Rome after he was killed in 62 AD by Ananus the Younger (Josephus 20.9.1)).
12. Matthias
(Joses)
who was one of the seventy, was numbered along with the eleven apostles, and preached in Jerusalem, and fell asleep and was buried there. (Joses the third brother of Jesus, mission name Barnabas. See The Clementines),
13. Paul (Saul) entered into the apostleship a year (four years) after the assumption of Christ; and beginning at Jerusalem, he advanced as far as Illyricum, and Italy, and Spain, preaching the Gospel for five-and-thirty (twenty) years. And in the time of Nero he was beheaded at Rome, and was buried there. ("Paul's sister's son" in Acts 23:16 reveals that Paul is a Herodian, the son of Herod Antipas and his first wife Phasaelis who was the daughter of King Aretas IV of the Nabataeans and his queen Chuldu. This sister would be his step-sister Salome, the daughter of Herodias, the wife of Herod Antipas. Herod's first marriage had been prearranged by Herod the Great to preserve peace with King Aretas IV. Confirmed also in "Greet Rufus, chosen in the Lord; also his mother (really Rufus' wife: Herodias), who has been a (step) mother (second marriage to Herod Antipas) to me (Paul) as well." (Romans 16:13)). (He joined "the Way" in 37 AD, confirmed in 40 AD and was beheaded 65 AD.)

The Seventy Disciples

11. James the Lord's brother, bishop of Jerusalem. (Paul refers to him in 1 Corinthians affirming that James is Cleopas in Luke 24:18 and in Galatians affirming that he met him.)
22. (Simon) Cleopas bishop of Jerusalem. (Youngest brother of Jesus. Cleopas is Jesus' family name. See Simon Magus, Disciple 11, for Simon mixup. He accompanied Paul as Silas.)
33. Matthias who supplied the vacant place in the number of the twelve apostles. (See Disciple 12 above. Matthias/Joses/Barnabas. Joses is the third brother of Jesus.)
44. Thaddeus who conveyed the epistle to Augarus. (See Disciple 10 above)
55. Ananias who baptized Paul, and was bishop of Damascus. (A name for Simon Magus in Damascus See Disciple 11 above)
66. Stephen the first martyr. (See James the son of Alphaeus, Disciple 9 above. One of the seven deacons. Others below.)
77. Philip who baptized the eunuch. (See Philip, disciple, above. One of the seven deacons. Others below.)
88. Prochorus bishop of Nicomedia, who also was the first that departed, believing together with his daughters. (One of the seven deacons. Others below.)
99. Nicanor died when Stephen was martyred. (Not martyred because of Stephen. See James the son of Alphaeus, disciple, above. One of the seven deacons. Others below.)
1010. Timon bishop of Bostra. (One of the seven deacons. Others below.)
1111. Parmenas bishop of Soli. (One of the seven deacons. Others below.)
1212. Nicolaus bishop of Samaria. (One of the seven deacons.)
13. Barnabas bishop of Milan. (See Matthias/Joses/Barnabas, Disciple 12, above) (Duplicate for Seventy-3))
1314. Mark the evangelist, bishop of Alexandria ... associated with Peter, writing the Gospel, martyred by burning. (Wrote the Gospel of Mark for Peter. 1Peter "my son Mark")
1415. Luke or Lucius, the evangelist ... associated with Paul, writing the Gospel, martyred by crucifixion. (Roman name Cornelius, wrote of the Gospel of Luke). (Paul calls him a doctor in Colossians Epistle. Also in Epistles: Philemon and 2 Timothy.)
16. Silas bishop of Corinth. (Same as Simon Cleopas, youngest brother of Jesus. Previously counted at Seventy-2)
17. Silvanus bishop of Thessalonica. (Greek for Silas, previously counted at Seventy-2.)
1518. Crisces (Crescens) bishop of Carchedon in Gaul (located in Carthage, maybe it is Cyrene). (Crescens is an associate of Paul's in Timothy Epistle 2: "has gone to Galatia".)
1619. Epenaetus bishop of Carthage. (Epcenetus, an associate of Paul's in Romans Epistle: "who was the first convert to Christ in the province of Asia")
1720. Andronicus bishop of Pannonia. (Associate of Paul's in Romans Epistle: "my fellow Jew who have been in prison with me, outstanding among the apostles, and they were in Christ before I was".)
18Junia(not listed, but wife of Androcius. Associate of Paul's in Romans Epistle. See above.)
1921. AmpliasAmpliatus, bishop of Odyssus. (Associate of Paul's in Romans Epistle: "my dear friend in the Lord")
2022. Urbanus bishop of Macedonia. (Associate of Paul's in Romans Epistle: "our co-worker in Christ")
2123. Stachys bishop of Byzantium. (Associate of Paul's in Romans Epistle: "dear friend".)
24. Barnabas bishop of Heraclea. (Same as Barnabas is Matthias, previously counted at Seventy-3.)
2225. Phygellus bishop of Ephesus. He was of the party also of Simon (Magus, which makes sense as he is shown as having deserted Paul when in prison in Rome in Paul's Timothy Epistle 2.)
2326. Hermogenes He, too, was of the same mind with the former. (Thus follower of Simon Magus - See above)
2427. Demas who also became a priest of idols (Rome - unjustly accused and killed for supporting Rome when trying to take back the temple from the Zealots). (An associate of Paul's in Epistles: Colossians, Philemon, 2 Timothy: "because he loved this world, has deserted me and has gone to Thessalonica". He is the Sadducee High Priest Ananas the Younger.)
2528. Apelles bishop of Smyrna. (An associate in Paul's Roman Epistle:"whose fidelity to Christ has stood the test.")
2629. Aristobulus bishop of Britain. (a "kinsman" of Paul in Romans 16:10b-11: "Greet those who belong to the household of Aristobulus".) Son of Herod of Chalcis, Married to Salome, daughter of Herodias, their sons are Timothy, Tychicus and Trophimus, he uses the name Aristarchus to disguise his baptism in the Christian Church as he is a vassal king of Rome - Paul is his step-brother-in law).
2730. Narcissus bishop of Athens. (An associate in Paul's Roman Epistle: "greet those in the household of Narcissus who are in the Lord.") (Narcissus was a loyal freedman of Claudius, killed after Claudius was poisoned. This would indicate a relative who had his name.)
2831. Herodion bishop of Tarsus. (meaning little Herod - a "kinsman" of Paul in Romans 16:10b-11, his nephew Herod called Timothy, the oldest son of Aristobulus who is Paul's step-brother-in law. Paul's assistant Timothy in his Epistles: 1 & 2 Thessalonians, 1 & 2 Corinthians, Romans "co-worker", Philippians, Colossians, Philemon, 1 & 2 Timothy )
2932. Agabus the prophet. (Matthew Annas - Disciple 7 above, High Priest in his lay status.)
3033. Rufus bishop of Thebes. (An associate of Paul's in his Romans Epistle: "Greet Rufus, chosen in the Lord; also his mother (really Rufus' wife: Herodias), who has been a (step) mother (second marriage to Herod Antipas) to me (Paul) as well." (Romans 16:13)) (Rufus is Thomas - Disciple 8 above, who like the red-headed Esau lost his inheritance with Herod the Great.)
3134. Asyncritus bishop of Hyrcania. (An associate of Paul's in his Romans Epistle.)
3235. Phlegon bishop of Marathon. (An associate of Paul's in his Romans Epistle.)
3336. Hermes bishop of Dalmatia. (An associate of Paul's in his Romans Epistle.)
3437. Patrobulus bishop of Puteoli. (An associate of Paul's in his Romans Epistle.)
3538. Hermas bishop of Philippi. (An associate of Paul's in his Romans Epistle.)
3639. Linus bishop of Rome. (An associate of Paul's Epistle: 2 Timothy.)
3740. Cais bishop of Ephesus. (Gaius, an associate of Paul's in his Corinthians Epistle 1; Romans Epistle: "whose hospitality I and the whole church here enjoy.", Christian name for Costobar, brother of Saul, grandson of Salome, sister of Herod the Great)
3841. Philologus bishop of Sinope. (An associate of Paul's in his Romans Epistle.)
3942. Olympus martyred in Rome. (Olympia, an associate of Paul's in his Romans Epistle.)
4043. Rhodion martyred in Rome. (Martyrdom is recorded., but no other record.)
4144. Lucius bishop of Laodicea in Syria. (An associate of Paul's in his Romans Epistle: "fellow Jew.")
4245. Jason bishop of Tarsus. (An associate of Paul's in his Romans Epistle: "fellow Jew.")
4346. Sosipater bishop of Iconium. (An associate of Paul's in his Romans Epistle: "fellow Jew.")
47. Tertius bishop of Iconium. (duplicate for Clement who was called Tertius as he was the third brother of James Niceta and John Aquila, numbered 59 further down.)
4448. Erastus bishop of Panellas. (An associate of Paul's in his Romans Epistle: "the city’s director of public works"; 2 Timothy "stayed in Corinth", Christian name for Saul, brother of Costobar, grandson of Salome, sister of Herod the Great), Jewish War 2.20.1, )
49. Quartus bishop of Berytus. (An associate of Paul's in his Romans Epistle.) Quartus a duplicate for Simon-Silas above at Seventy-2, who was the fourth in line of descent from Jesus and his youngest brother.
4550. Apollo (Apollos) bishop of Caesarea. ("Apollos, a challenger to Paul" from his Corinthians Epistle 1, helper in Titus Epistle to help Apollos in his escape after his abortive demonstration: Titus 3:13 "Do everything you can to help Zenas the lawyer and Apollos on their way and see that they have everything they need.", enemy as Alexander the Coppersmith in Paul's Epistles: 1 Timothy 1:20 "Among these are Hymenaeus and Alexander, whom I handed over to Satan to be taught not to blaspheme.& 2 Timothy 4:14: "Alexander the coppersmith did me much evil: the Lord reward him according to his works.")
51. Cephas(Cephas is the name for Peter)
4652. Sosthenes bishop of Colophonia. (An associate of Paul's in his Corinthians Epistle1.)
4753. Tychicus bishop of Colophonia. (Younger brother of Timothy (An associate of Paul's in his Epistles: Ephesians, Colossians, Titus.)
4854. Epaphroditus bishop of Andriace. (An associate of Paul's in his Philippians Epistle: "co-worker and fellow soldier". Also as possibly shortened Epaphras in Paul's Colossians Epistle.)
55. Caesar bishop of Dyrrachium. No record of.
56. Mark cousin to Barnabas, bishop of Apollonia. (An associate of Paul's in Epistles: Colossians "cousin of Barnabas", Philemon, 2Timothy.) (Disciple 6 Bartholomew - John Mark.)
4957. Justus bishop of Eleutheropolis. (Jesus Justus, the first son of Jesus. An associate of Paul's in his Timothy Epistle 2: "Jesus who is called Justus".)
5058. Artemas bishop of Lystra. (An associate of Paul's in his Titus Epistle.)
5159. Clement bishop of Sardinia Rome. (Also called Tertius as he was he third brother; his elder brothers are James Niceta and John Aquila. See the Clementines. As Tertius he was the scribe for Paul's Romans Epistle: "who wrote down "who wrote down this letter." Clement was the first Pope after Peter. )
5260. Onesiphorus bishop of Corone. (An associate of Paul's in his Timothy Epistle 2)
61. Tychicus bishop of Chalcedon. (repeated at Seventy-53)
5362. Carpus bishop of Berytus in Thrace. (An associate of Paul's in his Timothy Epistle 2)
5463. Evodus bishop of Antioch. (First bishop of Antioch after Peter.)
64. Aristarchus bishop of Apamea. (Another name for Aristobulus thus repeat for Seventy-29 above)
65. Mark who is also John, bishop of Bibloupolis. (Repeat for Disciple 6 Bartholomew - John Mark)
5566. Zenas bishop of Diospolis. (An associate of Paul's in his Titus Epistle: "the lawyer".)
5667. Philemon bishop of Gaza. (An associate of Paul's to whom he wrote the Philemon Epistle.)
68. Aristarchus (Another name for Aristobulus thus repeat again for Seventy-29 above)
5769. Pudens (missing 'n' supplied. An associate of Paul's in his Timothy Epistle 2). Aulus Pudens was the husband of Claudia who was the daughter of the British chieftain Caractacus.
See my Celtic Christianity site
5869. Claudia (An associate of Paul's in his Timothy Epistle 2, .wife of Pudens. See above)
5970. Trophimus who was martyred along with Paul. (An associate of Paul's in his Timothy Epistle 2: "sick in Miletus" (Acts 21:29) He is persecuted with Paul. Younger brother of Timothy and Tychicus.)
60Tryphena (An associate of Paul's in his Romans Epistle: "those women who work hard in the Lord." Tryphaena is Mother Superior of Thecla in "Acts of Paul")
61Tryphosa (An associate of Paul's in his Romans Epistle: "those women who work hard in the Lord.")
62Persis (An associate of Paul's in his Romans Epistle: "another woman who has worked very hard in the Lord." )
63Timothy (An associate of Paul's in his Epistles: 1 & 2 Thessalonians, 1 & 2 Corinthians, Romans "co-worker", Philippians, Colossians, Philemon, 1 & 2 Timothy )
64Titus (An associate of Paul's in his Epistles: 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Titus, 2 Timothy (Marsyas or Manaen (Acts 13:01), freedman of Herod Antipas, associate of Herod Agrippa (See Marsyas in Josephus)
65Julia (An associate of Paul's in his Romans Epistle.) (Julia Agrippina the Younger, mother of Nero, Died March 23 AD 59 (aged 43)
66Nereus (An associate of Paul's in his Romans Epistle.)
67Achilleus (Linked to Nereus. Among the Acta Sanctorum connected with the early church in Rome are the "Acts of Nereus and Achilleus" which call them chamberlains of Domitilla, the niece of Vespasian, and relate their influence over her in persuading her to remain a virgin. - International Standard Bible Encyclopedia)
68Mary (An associate of Paul's in his Romans Epistle: "who labored for us.")
69Crispus (An associate of Paul's in his Corinthians Epistle1 "baptized by Paul")
70Chloe (An associate of Paul's in his Corinthians Epistle1: Brethren of the House of Chloe)
71Euodia (An associate of Paul's in his Philippians Epistle.)
72Syntyche (An associate of Paul's in his Philippians Epistle.)
73Stephanas (An associate of Paul's in his Corinthians Epistle1: "household of Stephanas were the first converts in Achaia.")
74Fortunatus (An associate of Paul's in his Corinthians Epistle1.)
75Achaicus (An associate of Paul's in his Corinthians Epistle1.)
76Aquila (An associate of Paul's in Epistles: Romans, 1 Corinthians 2 Timothy.) (Aquila is the Mission name of Disciple 2 John Aquila, the twin brother of Disciple 3 James Niceta.)
767Priscilla (An associate of Paul's in Epistles: Romans, 1 Corinthians 2 Timothy.) (Priscilla is the wife of John Aquila. (From John) the elder unto the elect lady (John's wife Priscilla) and her children, whom I love in the truth; and not I only, but also all they that have known the truth. (2John1:1)
78Patrobas (An associate of Paul's in his Romans Epistle.)
79Phoebe (An associate of Paul's in Epistles: Romans: "our sister Phoebe, a deacon of the church in Cenchreae. Yes, I beg you also, true yoke-fellow, help these women, for they labored with me in the gospel." (yoke-fellow: Phoebe is the wife of Paul.)
80Jude (Jude, a bondservant of Jesus Christ, and brother of James, brother four of Jesus) (Acts 15:22 "Then it pleased the apostles and elders, with the whole church, to send chosen men of their own company to Antioch with Paul and Barnabas, namely, Judas who was also named Barsabas, and Silas.")
81Onesimus (An associate of Paul's in Epistles: Colossians and Philemon: "who became my son while I was in chains.")
82Nympha (An associate of Paul's in his Colossians Epistle: "the church in her house.")
83Archippus (An associate of Paul's in his Epistles: Colossians "See to it that you complete the ministry you have received in the Lord" and Philemon: "our fellow soldier—and to the church that meets in your home:")
84Apphia (An associate of Paul's in his Philemon Epistle: "our sister.")
85Hymenaeus (An associate of Paul's Epistles: 1 & 2 Timothy - false teacher.) Enemy of Paul.)
86Philetus (Paul's Epistles: 2 Timothy - false teacher. Enemy of Paul.)
87Eubulus (An associate of Paul's Epistle: 2 Timothy.)
88Lois (Grandmother of Timothy: 2 Timothy 1:5) Herodias, the wife of Herod Antipas that John the Baptist declared an illegal marriage)
89Eunice (Mother of Timothy: 2 Timothy 1:5, 'Jewish mother' Acts 16:1). (Salome wife of Aristobulus, daughter of Herod Thomas and Herodias, adopted daughter of Herod Antipas)

Seven deacons in Acts 6:5

  1. Sabbath: "They chose Stephen, a man full of faith and of the Holy Ghost (same as Jonathan Annas - James son of Alphaeus, one of the Twelve), and
  2. Sunday - Philip (one of the Twelve), and
  3. Monday - Prochorus, and
  4. Tuesday - Nicanor, and
  5. Wednesday - Timon, and
  6. Thursday - Parmenas, and
  7. Friday - Nicolaus a proselyte of Antioch (leader of the Seventh Church as his reward for poisoning Agrippa I)."

Associates of Paul from his Epistles

First Thessalonians (52 AD) Silas, Timothy
Second Thessalonians (52 AD) Silas, Timothy opponents Hymenaeus, Alexander
First Corinthians (57 AD) Sosthenes, Chloe, Apollos, Peter, Crispus, Gaius (Costobar, brother of Erastus-Saul), Timothy, Stephanas, Fortunatus, Achaicus, Aquila (Aquila is the Mission name of John, the twin brother of James.), Priscilla (wife of Aquila)
Second Corinthians (57 AD) Timothy, Titus (Marsyas, freedman of Agrippa)
Galatians (55-57 AD) Peter, James, the Lord’s brother, Barnabas, Titus (Marsyas, freedman of Agrippa)
Romans (57-58 AD)Gais, Phoebe, Priscilla (wife of Aquila), Aquila (Aquila is the Mission name of John, the twin brother of James.), Epenetus, who was the first convert to Christ in the province of Asia, Mary, Andronicus, Junia, Ampliatus, Urbanus, Stachys, Apelles, Aristobulus, Herodion (Timothy), Narcissus, Tryphena Mother Superior of Thecla and Tryphosa, Persis, Rufus, chosen in the Lord (the disciple Herod Thomas), and his (wife as a) mother, who has been a mother to me (Herodias), Asyncritus, Phlegon, Hermes, Patrobas, Hermas, Philologus, Julia (Julia Agrippina the Younger, mother of Nero), Nereus and his sister, Olympas (Olympias,daughter of Herod the Great and his wife Malthace), Timothy, Lucius, Jason, Sosipater. Tertius (Clement), Erastus (Saul, brother of Gaius-Costobar), Quartus
Ephesians (62 AD) Tychicus (brother of Timothy)
Philippians (62 AD) Timothy, Epaphroditus, my brother, co-worker and fellow soldier, Euodia, Syntyche
Colossians (62 AD) Timothy, Epaphras, Tychicus, Onesimus, My fellow prisoner Aristarchus (Aristobulus) sends you his greetings, as does Mark, the cousin of Barnabas (John Mark), Jesus, who is called Justus, Luke (Cornelius) the doctor, Demas (Ananas the Younger), Nympha, Archippus
Philemon (63 AD) Timothy, Philemon, Apphia our sister, Archippus our fellow soldier, Onesimus, Epaphras, my fellow prisoner in Christ Jesus, Mark (John Mark), Aristarchus(Aristobulus), Demas (Ananas the Younger), Luke (Cornelius)
Hebrews (64-65 AD)
Titus (64-65 AD) Titus, Artemas, Tychicus (brother of Timothy), Zenas the lawyer, Apollos
First Timothy (64-65 AD) Timothy
Second Timothy (66-67 AD) Timothy, Onesiphorus, Demas (Ananas the Younger), Crescens, Titus (Marsyas, freedman of Agrippa), Mark (John Mark), Tychicus (brother of Timothy), Carpus (deserted by Phygelus, Hermogenes), Hymenaeus, Philetus, Alexander, Priscilla (wife of Aquila), Aquila (the disciple John, brother of James), Erastus (Saul, brother of Gaius-Costobar), grandson of Salome, sister of Herod the Great), Trophimus (brother of Timothy), Eubulus. Pudens (Aulus Pudens, husband of Claudia), Linus, Claudia (daughter of Caractacus), Luke (Cornelius), Lois (Herodias - grandmother of Timothy, step-mother to Paul, mother of Salome), Eunice (Salome, mother of Timothy and step-sister of Paul)
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