Hittites: Not Entirely Destroyed by Israel
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Judges 3:5
And the children of Israel dwelled among the Canaanites, Hittites, and Amorites, and Perizzites, and Hivites, and Jebusites:
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The Reaction against Egypt
... The Hittites, as we know them more especially from ... maritime portions are of an entirely
different aspect ... the Shepherd-kings themselves, have not been successful ...
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The Old Testament and Archeology
... Their power was threatened by the Hittites and other ... to Rameses III((1198-1167)
Palestine was entirely {128} lost ... an evidence that the reference is not to the ...
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The Hebrews and the Philistines --Damascus
... and west, cuneiform writing was almost entirely used, attempts had ... nature of their
exploits, could not fail to ... the plains of Mount Tabor, destroyed the growing ...
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The Assyrian Revival and the Struggle for Syria
... states"Elam, Damascus, Nairi, the Hittites, and Chaldaea. ... of Northern Syria had remained
entirely unaltered since ... would be inexplicable, did we not know that ...
/.../chapter ithe assyrian revival and.htm

The Last Days of the Old Eastern World
... the people is made thus to depend entirely on the ... Sailing from thence to Cyprus,
they destroyed a second ... Such exploits were not devoid of glory and profit for ...
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Sennacherib (705-681 BC )
... to his allies the Kalda, and for having allowed Bit-Yakin to be destroyed: his own ...
Babylon, reduced to rely entirely on its own resources, does not seem to ...
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The First Chaldaean Empire and the Hyksos in Egypt
... they prove that it is not so entirely arbitrary as ... Not only did he hold sway without
a rival in ... no doubt, consequent on the victory which destroyed the power ...
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Tiglath-Pileser iii. And the Organisation of the Assyrian Empire ...
... of Moab, Dibon, Medeba, Heshbon, Elealeh"and destroyed them all ... It was not the old
tribal organisation that ... the secondary tribes had almost entirely given up ...
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Selections from the Work against Heresies by Irenaeus, Bishop of ...
... Sarah his wife was dead, and the Hittites wanted to ... 5); or perhaps more generally,
do not gather the harvest ... he derived his knowledge about it entirely from t.
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Hittites: Called The: Children of Heth

Hittites: Called The: Sons of Heth

Hittites: Conquered by Joshua

Hittites: Descended from Canaan's Son, Heth

Hittites: Descent From, Illustrative of the Degradation of the Jews

Hittites: Dwelling Place of

Hittites: Dwelt in Hebron

Hittites: Esau Intermarries With

Hittites: Governed by Kings

Hittites: Intermarriages With, by Esau

Hittites: Intermarriages With, by Israel After Conquest of Canaan

Hittites: Intermarriages With, by Israelites After the Captivity

Hittites: Intermarriages With, by Solomon

Hittites: Intermarry With the Israelites

Hittites: Israel Commanded to Destroy

Hittites: Land of, Promised to Israel

Hittites: Luz Built in the Country of

Hittites: Not Entirely Destroyed by Israel

Hittites: Officers From, in David's Army

Hittites: One of the Seven Nations of Canaan

Hittites: Part of Their Land Given to Caleb

Hittites: Pay Tribute to Solomon

Hittites: Remarkable Persons of Abimelech

Hittites: Remarkable Persons of Ephron

Hittites: Remarkable Persons of Uriah

Hittites: Retain Their own Kings

Hittites: Sell a Burying-Ground to Abraham

Hittites: Solomon Interrmarries With

Hittites: The Descendants of Heth

Hittites: The Remnant of, Made Tributary in the Reign of Solomon

Hittites: Their Land Given to the Israelites


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