Cleophas in Easton's Bible Dictionary
(in the spelling of this word _h_ is inserted by mistake from
Latin MSS.), rather Cleopas, which is the Greek form
word, while Clopas is the Aramaic form. In John 19:25
Authorized Version reads, "Mary, the wife of Clopas."
"wife" is conjecturally inserted here. If "wife" is
inserted, then Mary was the mother of James the Less,
is the same as Alphaeus (Matt. 10:3; 27:56).
Cleophas in Hitchcock's Bible Names
the whole glory
Cleophas in Naves Topical Bible
Husband of one of the Marys
Cleophas in Smiths Bible Dictionary
Revised Version Clo'pas, the husband of Mary the sister of
Virgin Mary. Joh 19:25 He was probably dead before Jesus'
ministry began, for his wife and children constantly appear
with Joseph's family in the time of our Lord's ministry. --
Englishman's Cyc. [CLEOPAS; ALPHAEUS]
Cleophas in the Bible Encyclopedia - ISBE
Cleophas in Wikipedia
(or Cleophas, Greek Κλεόπας) was a figure of early
Christianity, one of the two disciples who encountered Jesus
during the Road to Emmaus appearance in the Gospel of Luke
24:13-32. Cleopas' name is an abbreviated form of Cleopatros,
a common Hellenistic name meaning "son of a renowned father".
Cleopas is remembered on 25 November in the Martyrology of the
Roman Catholic Church...
Cleophas Scripture - John 19:25
Now there stood by the cross of Jesus his mother, and his
mother's sister, Mary the [wife] of Cleophas, and Mary