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Lysias Claudius


Lys’ias Clau’dius, a chief captain of the band, that is, tribune of the Roman cohort who rescued St. Paul from the hands of the infuriated mob at Jerusalem, and sent him under a guard to Felix, the governor or proconsul of Cæsarea. Acts 21:31, seq.; 23:26; 24:7. (a.d. 55.)