Maccabees (disambiguation)


Maccabees (disambiguation)

Maccabees may refer to:

*Maccabees, Jewish rebels against Hellenization in the 2nd Century BCE
*Books of the Maccabees, deuterocanonical books
*Knights of the Maccabees, fraternal organization
*The Maccabees, British band
* The Makkabees, a band playing Jewish standards in heavy-metal style
*"Maccabee" brand beer, brewed by Tempo Beer Industries Ltd.
*Bruce Maccabee

See also: Maccabiah, or Maccabi Games, an Olympic-style athletic competition in Israel.

See also: Maccabi


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