Josephus, Antiquities of the Jews, 13.12.2, 4. Josephus uses the Greek word tyrannos for the ruler here, which does not necessarily have the same negative connotations as the English translation (it refers to one who has gained power unconventionally, outside of constitutional or heredity means). This Zoilos of Dor should not be confused with Zoilos I Dikaios, the Indo-Greek king who ruled in northern India during the mid-second century B.C.E.