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  • ...place is usually equated with modern [[Lebanon]] and the coast of modern [[Syria]]. Also there is a modern town in [[Turkey]] called ''[[Finike]]'' which is === Assyria and Syria ===
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  • |image_map_caption = Syria Palaestina (called "Palestina" on this map) after 135 CE.
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  • |s1 = Syria Palaestina |image_s1 = [[File:Vexilloid of the Roman Empire.svg|22px|link=Syria Palaestina]]
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  • ...20-09-18|website=livescience.com|language=en}}</ref> following conquest of Syria and intervention in a civil war in Judea. ...hilip's death in 34 CE shortly part of the Roman province of [[Roman Syria|Syria]], and in 39 CE he was given the territories of Herod Antipas. In 41 CE, Em
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  • |s1 = Syria Palaestina |image_s1 = [[File:Vexilloid of the Roman Empire.svg|22px|link=Syria Palaestina]]
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  • ...which has preserved some records from this time, namely the Jews of South Syria."</ref> ..., when the [[Archaeanactid dynasty]] assumed control of Panticapaeum, but classical archaeologist [[Gocha R. Tsetskhladze]] has dated the kingdom's founding to
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  • ...7|encyclopedia = Encyclopædia Britannica }}</ref> the [[Levant]] (modern [[Syria]], [[Lebanon]], [[Israel]], [[Palestine (region)|Palestine]], and [[Jordan |rowspan=3 colspan=2| [[Classical antiquity]] <br />(post-ANE)<br/> (539 BC – 634 AD)
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  • ...is today [[Israel]], [[Jordan]], [[Sinai Peninsula|Sinai]], [[Lebanon]], [[Syria]], the [[Palestinian territories]] and also some fringe areas of southweste ...dialect formerly spoken by the ancient [[Samaritans]]. The main sources of Classical Hebrew are the Hebrew Bible ([[Tanakh]]), and inscriptions such as the [[Ge
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  • ...ical antiquity}}{{about|the Hellenistic region|the Imperial Roman province|Syria Coele (Roman province)}} |native_name = Coele-Syria
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  • [[File:Tell Barri 1.jpg|thumb|[[Tell Barri]], northeastern [[Syria]], from the west; this is 32 meters (105 feet) high, and its base covers 37 [[File:Citadel of Aleppo.jpg|thumb|The [[Citadel of Aleppo]], northern [[Syria]], on top of a tell occupied since at least the third millennium BC]]
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  • .../>{{c.}} 1566 BCE<br />[[Paddan Aram]], Aramea<br /><small>(present-day [[Syria]])</small> ...children, and derived from ''odeh'', meaning ''I will give thanks''. In [[classical rabbinical literature]], the name is interpreted as a combination of ''Yahw
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  • ...ers of Hellenistic Judaism were [[Alexandria]] in Egypt and [[Antioch]] in Syria (now in southern [[Turkey]]), the two main [[Greek colonies|Greek urban set ...[[Tarsus, Mersin|Tarsus]], [[Alexandretta]], [[Antioch]] and Northwestern Syria (the main "Cilician and Asiatic" centers of Hellenistic Judaism in the Leva
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  • {{see also|Classical order|Minoan civilization#columns}} ...ings like the [[Parthenon]]. The Greeks developed the [[#Classical orders|classical orders]] of architecture, which are most easily distinguished by the form o
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  • ...as ''Yabusi'um'' in a [[cuneiform]] letter found in the archive of [[Mari, Syria]].{{sfn|Lipinski|2004|p=502}} Lipinski also suggested that more than one cl ==Classical rabbinical perspectives==
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  • ...e of Palestine|Palestine]], [[Lebanon]], western [[Jordan]], and western [[Syria]]. Canaan's firstborn son was Sidon, who shares his name with the [[Phoeni ...te=2005|pages=163–164}}</ref> "[[Curse of Ham]]" has been attached since [[Classical antiquity]].<ref>{{cite book|first=David M.|last=Goldenberg |title=The Curs
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  • ...Romans. After the Jewish rebellion of 135 CE, the Romans renamed the area Syria Palaestina or simply Palestine. The area described by these land titles dif ...in 135 CE the region was renamed and merged with [[Roman Syria]] to form [[Syria Palaestina]]<ref name=Crotty/> by the victorious Roman Emperor [[Hadrian]].
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  • ...[Israel]], [[State of Palestine|Palestine]], [[Lebanon]], [[Jordan]] and [[Syria]]. At the time when Canaanite religion was practiced, Canaan was divided in ...od of the moon and brother of Malakbel. Part of a trio of gods of Palmyra, Syria along with Bel and Yarhibol. Also part of another trio with Baalshamin and
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  • ...a) remained under Roman control, renamed and merged into the Province of [[Syria Palaestina]] ...slation by [[Earnest Cary]]. ''Roman History'', book 69, 12.1–14.3. [[Loeb Classical Library]], 9 vols, Greek texts and facing English translation: Harvard Univ
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  • ...e seen in the Roman acceptance, and adoption of, non-[[Classical antiquity|Classical]] religious practices. The inclusion of [[Isis]], [[Epona]], [[Britannia]] ...those of [[Ancient Egypt]], [[Anatolia]], [[The Balkans]], [[Judea]] and [[Syria]], effectively resisted all but its most superficial effects. When the Empi
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  • <blockquote>Now Phoenicia and Syria encompass about the Galilees, which are two, and called the Upper Galilee a ===Classical antiquity===
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