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- Nations: Amalek, Amorites, Assyria, Edom, Egypt, Children of Eber, Habiru, Hebrews, Kingdom of Israel, Kingdom of Judah, Kedar, Midianites, Moab, Nabataea, Philistines, Shasu, Shutu.
- People: Ahab, Balaam, Ehud ben Gera, David, King Saul, Nehemiah, Omri, Sihon, Solomon.
- Places: Dead Sea, Gilead, Heshbon, Jordan, King's Highway (ancient).
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“According to Antoine Fabre d'Olivet, the proper translation from Ancient Hebrew of Nahash is...Nahash
“Hanun was a king of Ammon described in 2 Samuel. Upon the death of his father Nahash, Hanun...Hanun
“Tobiah was an Ammonite official (possibly a governor of Ammon) who incited the Ammonites to...Tobiah (Ammonite)
“Shobi ben Nahash was the son of King Nahash of Ammon and brother of his successor Hanun. When...Shobi
“Rabbah - (Rab'bath, great.) (1.) "Rabbath of the children of Ammon," the chief city of the...Rabbah
“Amminadab ("my people are generous") was the name of two kings of Ammon: Amminadab I ruled c...Amminadab (Ammon)
Pages in category "Ammon"
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