Now, after the king was departed, Judas was not idle; for as many
of his own nation came to him, so did he gather those that had escaped
out of the battle together, and gave battle again to Antiochus's generals
at a village called Adasa; and being too hard for his enemies in the battle,
and killing a great number of them, he was at last himself slain also.
Nor was it many days afterward that his brother John had a plot laid against
him by Antiochus's party, and was slain by them.