Malchus


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Malchus

(măl`kəs), in the New Testament, servant of the high priest; Jesus healed him after Peter cut off his ear.
References in classic literature ?
They only took certain moneys which their parents had, and garments that belonged unto their friends, whereby they might remember them when far away; and they took also the dog Ketmehr, which was the property of their neighbor Malchus, because the beast did run his head into a noose which one of the young men was carrying carelessly, and they had not time to release him; and they took also certain chickens that seemed lonely in the neighboring coops, and likewise some bottles of curious liquors that stood near the grocer's window; and then they departed from the city.
This past December, she expanded her website by launching the "Malchus Project" as an education initiative on the Catholic perspective on gun policy.
Malchus, Victor Freiherr von (1973), "Benachteiligungen in europaischen Grenzregionen--Ansatze und Initiativen zu grenzuberschreitender Zusammenarbeit", in: Entwicklungsregionen in der EWG--Ursachen und Ausmass der wirtschaftlichen Benachteiligung, Bad Honnef.
En: Trois Vies de Moines (Paul, Malchus, Hilarion).
(ed.): The fragmentary classicising historians of the Later Roman Empire: Eunapius, Olympiodorus, Priscus and Malchus. Cambridge, 2007.
It is also here when we first hear about "kings." One of these "kings" was named Malchus (approximate ruling dates 580-550 BC), which means king if we accept that this is a variation of Malik or mlk.
The subject of the Life of Paul appears to have no substantial foundation in historical fact, (15) and Malchus, the first-person narrator of the Captive Monk, if he was a historic character, remained unknown outside the village of Maronia, where he settled in old age.
It goes on to consider the various chapters that have been added to the French source or appear in modified form (particularly, lives of Malchus, Alban, John the Baptist, and Catherine of Alexandria).
What did Malchus hear right after Simon Peter hacked off his ear?
My advice to those who rush in enthusiastically to 'save the faith' is to remember Peter who cut the ear of Malchus to save Jesus.
(1) The three lives--of Paul, Malchus, and Hilarion--are found in the critical edition of Sources Chretiennes (SC) 508.