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  • ...[[Isaiah]] in his denunciation of the Moabite nation ({{sourcetext|source=Bible|version=King James|book=Isaiah|chapter=15|verse=1}}). [[Matthew Poole]] sug ...eing captured by the [[Amorite]] [[Sihon|King Sihon]] ({{sourcetext|source=Bible|version=King James|book=Numbers|chapter=21|verse=28}}).
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  • {{short description|Cities in ancient Israel set aside for the tribe of Levi}} ...ties of refuge.jpg|thumb|right|275px|Cities of Refuge (illustration from a Bible card published 1901 by the Providence Lithograph Company)]]
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  • {{Short description|Historical region in the Levant mentioned in the Bible}} ...Joshua, [[Golan]], one of its cities, became a [[Levitical city]] and a [[Cities of Refuge|city of refuge]] ({{bibleverse|Joshua|21:27|KJV}}).
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  • ...lites killed him and everyone in his city along with all the people in the cities of Madon, [[Shimron]], [[Achshaph]], [[Debir]], and [[Anab]]. They then des [[Category:Monarchs of the Hebrew Bible]]
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  • ...slation</ref> refers to one or several locations mentioned by the [[Hebrew Bible]] as the scenes of a number of battles between the [[Israelites]] and the [ *A place at which the Bible states that the [[Philistines]] had encamped, while the Israelites pitched
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  • ...', also spelled '''Kedorlaomer''' ({{IPAc-en|ˌ|k|ɛ|d|ər|ˈ|l|eɪ|ə|m|ər}}; {{hebrew Name|כְּדָרְלָעֹמֶר|Kədarla'ōmer|Keḏārelā'ōmer,}} <sma ...3-first=Astrid|title=Chedorlaomer|encyclopedia=Eerdman's Dictionary of the Bible|publisher=Wm B Eerdmans Publishing Company|location=Grand Rapids|date=Novem
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  • ...Language|Hebrew Academy]]: Kalev), is a figure who appears in the [[Hebrew Bible]] as a representative of the [[Tribe of Judah]] during the [[Israelites]]' ..., accessed 9 June 2017</ref> The Bible was written down centuries before [[Hebrew diacritics]] were introduced, and there is no certain knowledge of how the
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  • According to the Bible, the '''Tribe of Levi''' is one of the [[tribes of Israel]], traditionally ...] the Levites were the only Israelite tribe that received [[Levitical city|cities]] but were not allowed to be [[Land tenure|landowners]], because "the Lord
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  • ...City of Refuge (Numbers 35:11-28). From Charles Foster, ''The Story of the Bible'', 1884.]] |caption=Location of the cities of refuge on a map of the Middle East
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  • ...xodus|Exodus]] from [[Ancient Egypt|Egypt]], settled on the [[Transjordan (Bible)|eastern side]] of the [[Jordan River]]. It is one of the [[ten lost tribes :"The border was [[Jazer]], and all the cities of [[Gilead]], and half the land of the children of [[Ammon]], unto [[Aroer
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  • | commander2 = [[Hezekiah|King Hizkiyahu of Judah]]<br/>[[Eliakim (Bible)|Eliakim ben Hilkiyahu]]<br/>[[Joah|Yoah ben Asaf]]<br/>[[Shebna]] ...tely 701 BCE, [[Sennacherib]], [[king of Assyria]], attacked the fortified cities of the [[Kingdom of Judah]] in a campaign of subjugation. Sennacherib besie
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  • | native_lang1 = [[Hebrew name]] ...|p=194}} The [[Books of Chronicles]] refers to him as '''Abijah'''.{{efn|{{Hebrew Name 1|אֲבִיָּה|ʼAbiyyah|"my father is [[Tetragrammaton|Yah]]"}};
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  • {{Short description|Character in the Hebrew Bible}}[[File:King David Handing the Letter to Uriah 1611 Pieter Lastman.jpg|thum ...ִיָּה הַחִתִּי}} – ''ʾŪriyyāh haḥittī'') is a minor figure in the [[Hebrew Bible]], mentioned in the [[Books of Samuel]], an elite soldier in the army of [[
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  • ...'' or '''Re'uven''' ({{lang-he|רְאוּבֵן}}, <small>[[Hebrew language#Modern Hebrew|Standard]]</small> ''Rəʾūven'' <small>[[Tiberian vocalization|Tiberian]] ...(similar to [[nun (letter)|an ''n'']] in the [[Paleo-Hebrew alphabet|early Hebrew alphabet]]), and [[Josephus]] rendered the name as ''Reubel''; it is thus p
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  • |result = Cities of the Jordan plain freed from Mesopotamian control; Lot and captives rescu '''Five Cities of the Plain'''
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  • {{short description|Book of the Bible}} ...Nahum''' is the seventh book of the 12 [[minor prophets]] of the [[Hebrew Bible]]. It is attributed to the prophet [[Nahum]], and was probably written in [
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  • {{Short description|Book in the Hebrew Bible}} ...the village of [[Moresheth-Gath|Moresheth]] in [[kingdom of Judah|Judah]] (Hebrew name from the opening verse: מיכה המרשתי).<ref>Limburg (1988), p.
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  • ...hel]]. In the [[Samaritan Pentateuch]] the name appears as ''Binyamīm'' ({{Hebrew name 1 | בנימים}}). ...d, Jacob, his father, preferred to call him Benjamin, which can be read in Hebrew as meaning, "son of my right [hand]" (Genesis 35:16-18). In geographical te
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  • ...ower were not sufficient to prevent the rebellion of several of his border cities. [[Aram Damascus|Damascus]] under [[Rezon the Syrian|Rezon]] secured its in
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  • {{Short description|Fourth book of five featured In the Bible}} ...ith a patach)-->, "In the desert [of]") is the fourth book of the [[Hebrew Bible]], and the fourth of five books of the Jewish [[Torah]].{{sfn|Ashley|1993|p
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