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Aristobulus or Aristobulos may refer to:
- Aristobulus I (died 103 BC), king of the Hebrew Hasmonean Dynasty, 104–103 BCE
- Aristobulus II (died 49 BC), king of Judea from the Hasmonean Dynasty, 67–63 BCE
- Aristobulus III of Judea (53 BC–36 BC), last scion of the Hasmonean royal house
- Aristobulus IV (31 BC–7 BC), Prince of Judea, son of Herod the Great and Mariamne, married Berenice, father of Agrippa I
- Aristobulus Minor, son of the above, brother of Agrippa I
- Aristobulus of Chalcis
- Aristobulus of Paneas (c. 160 BCE), Hellenistic Jewish philosopher
- Aristobulus of Cassandreia (375 BC–301 BC), Greek historian, accompanied Alexander the Great on his campaigns
- Aristobulus of Britannia, one of the Seventy Disciples, brother of Barnabas
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a good counselor
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(the best counsellor), a resident at Rome, some of whose household are greeted in (Romans 16:10) Tradition makes him one of the 70 disciples and reports that he preached the gospel in Britain.
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a Roman mentioned in Paul's Epistle to the Romans (16:10), whose "household" is saluated.
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