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Some scholars maintain that Ammon had ceased to exist as a distinct nation by this time, and that the designation of Ammonite as applied to Timotheus is geographic rather than ethnic; the account of Justin Martyr (who maintained that Ammonites were numerous in his period) call this hypothesis into question.