RHODOCUS rŏd’ ə kəs (̔Ρόδοκος). A Jewish traitor who disclosed to the Syrians the plans of Judas concerning a citadel which Judas had strengthened. When discovered, he was found guilty and imprisoned (2 Macc 13:21).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)
A Jewish traitor who disclosed the plans of Judas to Antiochus (Eupator) (2 Macc 13:21) 162 BC. Of his fate nothing more is known.