Patrobas in Easton's Bible Dictionary
a Christian at Rome to whom Paul sent salutations (Rom.
Patrobas in Fausset's Bible Dictionary
A Christian at, Rome (Romans 16:14) whom Paul salutes. A name
borne by a member of Caesar's household. (Suetonius, Galba 20;
Martial Ep. 2:32, section 3; compare Philemon 1:13; Philemon
Patrobas in Hitchcock's Bible Names
paternal; that pursues the steps of his father
Patrobas in Naves Topical Bible
-A believer at Rome
Patrobas in Smiths Bible Dictionary
(paternal),a Christian at Rome to whom St. Paul sends his
salutation. Ro 16:14 Like many other names mentioned in Roma
16 this was borne by at least one member of the emperor's
household. Suet. Galba. 20; Martial, Ep. ii. 32, 3. (A.D. 55.)
Patrobas in the Bible Encyclopedia - ISBE
pat'-ro-bas (Patrobas): The name of a member of the Christian
community at Rome to whom Paul sent greetings (Rom 16:14). The
name is an abbreviated form of "Patrobius." There was a
wealthy freedman of Nero of the same name who was put to death
by Galba (Tacitus, History i.49; ii.95). The Patrobas of Paul
may have been a dependent of his.
Patrobas in Wikipedia
Parrobus of Pottole, sometimes Patrobos, Patrobus, or Patrobas
(Greek: Πατροβᾶς), is numbered among the Seventy Disciples. He
was Bishop of Neapolis (Naples) or of Pottole (cf. recounting
of Dorotheus below), and is referred to in Scripture when St.
Paul greets him in his letter to the Romans (16:14). The
Church remembers St. Patrobas on November 5, with his fellow
apostles Ss. Hermas, Linus, Gaius, and Philologos.
Patrobas Scripture - Romans 16:14
Salute Asyncritus, Phlegon, Hermas, Patrobas, Hermes, and the
brethren which are with them.