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... that paleolithic man lived in Egypt under the present conditions. The close of this paleolithic age ...changes during the human period. At the close of the prehistoric age there are represented...sections. 1st Age. The prehistoric age begins probably about 8000 B.C., as soon as there was a sufficient... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/egypt.htm
... Hyksos Monuments 5. Hyksos Population 6. Hyksos Age 7. Description of Site 1. Situation: The...of nations, on the walls of the Edfu temple. 6. Hyksos Age: The Hyksos age corresponds...chronologically with that of the 1st Dynasty of Babylon, and thus with the age of the Hebrew patriarchs... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/zoan.htm
... Stone Age (2) Bronze Age (3) A Babylonian Province (4) Jerusalem Founded (5) The Hyksos (6)...of the Mosaic age were found in the house of the governor of the town; at Samaria and Gezer cuneiform...as a great city wall built in the age of Nebuchadrezzar. 4. History: (1) Stone Age. The history... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/canaan.htm
... and at most would serve to mark the age of the passages in the Pentateuch where Rameses is mentioned, but even... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/ramses.htm
... but in his age there were but 36. Of these, Patara, Myra and Phaselis are of interest to Bible students. From... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/lycia.htm
... in this city in large numbers in the age when the patriarch lived. The Babylonian contract... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/leb-kamai.htm
... in the history of the eastern Mediterranean. But never since an age which was already legendary...an hundred cities; at that period the Cretans were still famed as daring sailors. In the classical age ... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/crete.htm
... (Knidos, "age"): A city of Caria in the Roman province of Asia, past which, according to Acts 27:7... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/cnidus.htm
... to the other notices, and at most would serve to mark the age of the passages in the Pentateuch where... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/rameses.htm
... early age the northern part is called Uri, and the southern part, Engi or En-gira. The second part...period of Babylonian history, which apparently belongs to the age not very far removed from the time...millennium B.C., when it reached a high degree of excellence. The work of the sculpture of this age ... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/babylonia.htm
... at Tiryns, attest their great age. In Roman times Patmos was one of the many places to which Rome... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/patmos.htm
... , and to his house. Judges 8:32 Gideon the son of Joash died in a good old age, and was buried in the tomb... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/ophrah_2.htm
... and they shifted with nearly every age. The entire country abounds with ruins of former cities... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/phrygia.htm
... became corrupt; the Greek inscriptions, appearing upon the coins of that age, were written in a peculiar... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/pamphylia.htm
... implies a very great age for the sanctuary at On. It contained a temple of the sun under the name... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/heliopolis.htm
... the capital of the Sethroitic nome in the age of the Greeks and Romans.... half-way on the great road... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/pithom.htm
... at the age of forty, had taken two Hittite wives, and had thus displeased his parents. Rebekah... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/esau.htm
... Semites-for the name Abram is not Babylonian-lived in this city in large numbers in the age when the patriarch... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/ur.htm
... stones. There are no certain indications of age, but in the writer's opinion it is a much later... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/gihon_2.htm
... and during the early Christian age it was the home of a bishop. The city continued to flourish until... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/sardis.htm
... commanding. Born at Sinope 136 B.C. and king at Amasia at the age of twelve, Mithradates was regarded... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/pontus.htm
... at Heliopolis (Breasted, op. cit., 34). This certainly implies a very great age for the sanctuary... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/on.htm
... V. Trade and Law. As far back as the age of Abraham, when Assyria was still a dependency...and were manufactured from wool and flax, and (in the age of the Second Empire) from cotton. The rug,...with a bow and who in the age when solar worship became general in Babylonia was identified... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/assyria.htm
... were certainly the work of Greek artists of the age of Alexander the Great. The architecture... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/phoenicia.htm
... up by the subterranean steam and gases of the active volcanic age; often, with the side broken... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/trachonitis.htm
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