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... Bible > Atlas > New Gate (Jerusalem) ◄ New Gate (Jerusalem) ►...Atlas New Gate (Jerusalem) and surrounding area Maps Created using Biblemapper 3.0...of Yahweh; and they sat in the entry of the new gate of Yahweh's house. Jeremiah 36:10 Then read Baruch... ...
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... it was that they sang round the well this song: `Spring up O well; greet it with song, Well, that the princes... ...
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... `ar-mo'abh; Er; Aroer or See ir): The city of Ar is named in a snatch of ancient song ( Numbers 21:15 ),... ...
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... of seventy years it will be to Tyre like in the song of the prostitute. Isaiah 23:17 It will happen...forth to destroy the new causeway. This was at length pushed up to the very wall of the city,...is mentioned in the New Testament several times: Christ visited its territory ( Matthew 15:21 Mark 7:24 ),... ...
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... III. SHIPS IN THE NEW TESTAMENT 1. In the Gospels 2. In the Acts of the Apostles 3. In Other...In the New Testament there are four words in use: (1) naus ( Acts 27:41 , the only place where...was "the first and only harbor of the Jews" (G. A. Smith, HGHL, 136). Caesarea in New Testament... ...
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... Zenan, Hadashah, Migdal Gad, Encyclopedia HADASHAH ha-da'-sha, had'-a-sha (chadhashah, "new"): A...to the Mishna (`Erubhin, v. 6), it was the smallest town in Judah. It is not identified. Strong's Hebrew H2322: Chadashah "new," a city in Judah... ...
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... (Palaia Paphos, or Palaipaphos) and New Paphos Nea Paphos), situated at the southwestern extremity...called New Paphos (modern Baffa), and lay on the coast about a mile South of the modern Ktima...annexation of Cyprus in 58 B.C. The growth of New Paphos brought with it the decline of the old city,... ...
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... ), Encyclopedia HAZOR-HADATTAH ha'-zor-ha-dat'-a (Aramaic chatsor chadhattah, "New Hazor"): "An Aramaic...describe a "New Hazor" to the East of Ascalon, but this is too far North. Strong's Hebrew H2675: Chatsor Chadattah a place in the desert of Judah... ...
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... Version (British and American) simply "The skull." From the New Testament we may gather...name given by Hadrian to his new Jerusalem) stood where the Church of the Holy Sepulcher now is,...the New Testament gives us no indication whatever; indeed, by those who abandon tradition, sites... ...
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... "Calvary," but in the Revised Version (British and American) simply "The skull." From the New ...that the Capitolium of AElia Capitolina (the name given by Hadrian to his new Jerusalem) stood where the Church...which is bound up the site of the Tomb) the New Testament gives us no indication whatever; indeed, by those... ...
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... "And I saw a new heaven and a new earth: for the first heaven and the first earth are passed away;...with the holy inhabitants of the new earth and in the new Jerusalem which is to descend into the glorified... ...
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... (British and American) simply "The skull." From the New Testament we may gather that it was outside...by Hadrian to his new Jerusalem) stood where the Church of the Holy Sepulcher now is, and gave rise...to the position of the site of the Crucifixion (with which is bound up the site of the Tomb) the New ... ...
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... against this clan the two and a half tribes warred ( 1 Chronicles 5:18 f ); they are the Itureans of New Testament times. See ITURAEA .... ...
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... and is once mentioned in the New Testament in Acts 21:7 as a seaport at which Paul landed... ...
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... of the new earth, where "the sea is no more" ( Revelation 21:1 ). 3. The Coast Line: Along...vision of Isaiah (60:8). See ACCO ; JOPPA . 4. The Sea in the New Testament: The boy Jesus,... ...
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... of the Romans, wrote, asking their good will toward the Jews (1 Maccabees 15:23). In the New ...journey ( Acts 20:15 ). In Textus Receptus of the New Testament, we find in this passage kai meinantes en... ...
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... (nachor; in the New Testament Nachor):e representative of Naphtali among the 12 spies ( Numbers 13:14... ...
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... sen'-kre-e (Kegchreai, Westcott and Hort, The New Testament in Greek Kenchreai; the King James Version... ...
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... site, the graves of the old inhabitants being disturbed in digging the new foundations (Neubauer,... ...
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... only; Septuagint en Te Kaine, "in the New"; English Versions of the Bible "in the wood" (ba-choreshdh... ...
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... Castor). Amyntas had ruled also parts of Phrygia, Pisidia, Lycaonia and Isauria. The new province...(4) Iconium another city of this region: in 13:51 no boundary is mentioned; (5) a new region...both regions, making no new churches but only strengthening the existing disciples and churches. In... ...
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... hold of him, and brought him to the Areopagus, saying, "May we know what this new teaching is,...philosophy and religion as a system, not as a faith, and spent their time in searching out some new ...some new deities. When they finally ascertained that Jesus was ordained by God to judge the world,... ...
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... colonia. It was Hadrian who raised the city to colonial rank; this is proved by its new title, Colonia...of Hadrian, and which mentions the first duumvir who was appointed in the new colonia. Iconium... ...
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... the last Scriptural expression in his vision of the new earth, where "the sea is no more" ( Revelation...in the New Testament: The boy Jesus, from the heights above Nazareth, must often have looked... ...
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... it was taken by the Lydians. During the years 301 to 281 B.C., Lysimachus entirely rebuilt it on a new site...SMYRNA, a city on the w. coast of Asia Minor, the new city is 2 1/2 ms. s. of the ancient,... ...
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