Greek831. authenteo -- to govern, exercise authority ...
831 (from 846 , "self" and , "arms
") -- properly, to , ie acting
as an -- literally, -appointed (acting without submission). ... //strongsnumbers.com/greek2/831.htm - 6k
3696. hoplon -- a tool, implement, weapon
... an instrument, arms, weapons Definition: an instrument; plur: arms, weapons. ... word
Definition a tool, implement, weapon NASB Word Usage armor (1), instruments (2 ...
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The House of Offense
... "On the day that you came into Jerusalem, Titus, as a display of amicable intentions,
rode up to the walls without arms or armor, trusting to the Jews ...
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Travel. A Personal Experience.
... array from the time of Edward I, 1272, down to that of James II, 1688." In glass
cases, and in forms of trophies on the walls, we find arms and armor of the ...
/.../ix travel a personal experience.htm
Jonathan's Brave Deed
... But Saul sounded a call to arms throughout all the land, saying, "Let the Hebrews
hear ... the son of Saul said to the young man who carried his armor, "Come, let ...
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Rom. xiii. 11
... Yet fear not at hearing of array and arms. For in the case of the visible
suit of armor, to put it on is a heavy and abhorred task. ...
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Placidus Attempts to Take Jotapata and is Beaten Off. Vespasian ...
... followed ten out of every hundred, carrying along with them their arms, and what
was ... of the whole army, being both footmen, and those in their armor also, with ...
/.../chapter 6 placidus attempts to.htm
The Idumeans Being Sent for by the Zealots, came Immediately to ...
... to do this so suddenly; because certainly you would not take on your armor on the ...
And now you Idumeans are come hither already with your arms, it is your duty ...
/.../chapter 4 the idumeans being.htm
A New Pretender
... There was a clatter of arms and several men in Jewish armor rushed through
the chamber from the passage that led in from the Temple. ...
/.../miller/the city of delight/chapter xiii a new pretender.htm
How Titus Marched to Jerusalem, and How He was in Danger as He was ...
... one another when they were gotten together, and took their armor immediately, and
ran ... and on that account had in great measure laid aside their arms; for they ...
/.../chapter 2 how titus marched.htm
... the corner of the Old Wall in time to behold Jews in armor and Romans ... Feeble arms
clasped the Christian about the knees and he looked down on the tangled white ...
/.../miller/the city of delight/chapter xxiii the fulfilment.htm
... The ten in brazen armor threw themselves from their horses with the enthusiasm of
boys and spread a panic of whooping and of waving arms about the startled ...
/.../miller/the city of delight/chapter vii imperial caesar.htm
ATS Bible DictionaryArms and Armor
The Hebrews used in war offensive arms of the same kinds as were employed by other people of their time and of the East-swords, lances, spears, darts, javelins, bows, arrows, and slings. For defense armor, they used helmets, cuirasses, bucklers, armor for the thighs, etc. See WAR.
In the accompanying engravings are represented specimens of the various weapons anciently used; also of the several parts of the armor for defense, and the manner in which they were worn:
1. The cuirass, or defense of the body-this is called in Scripture the coat of mail, habergeon, and breastplate; it appears to have been made of leather or some pliant material, sometimes covered with metallic scales, and capable of taking the form of the parts of the body it protected;
2. The helmet, usually of metal, with its flowing crest;
3. The shield, target, or buckler, either of wood covered with tough hides, or of metal;
4. The leg-pieces, or greaves, of thick leather or brass: also the bow and arrow; the battleaxe; the spear, dart, and javelin or short spear; and the sword with its sheath, the ancient sword being short, straight, and two-edged.
Each Jewish tribe had its own banner. Under Abomination is a cut representing the ensigns of the Roman legions, which the Jews regarded as idolatrous, not only because they had been consecrated to idols, and by heathen priests, but as they had images on them, and were objects of adoration. Exodus 20:4.
Arms and Armor
Military Arms for Sieges: Battering Rams
Military Arms for Sieges: Engines for Casting Stones
Military Arms of Conquered Nations Taken Away to Prevent Rebellion
Military Arms of the Vanquished: Sometime Burned
Military Arms of the Vanquished: Sometimes Kept As Trophies
Military Arms of the Vanquished: Taken off Them
Military Arms were Provided by Individuals Themselves
Military Arms were Provided: from the Public Arsenals
Military Arms: Armouries Built For
Military Arms: Before Using: Anointed
Military Arms: Before Using: Burnished
Military Arms: Before Using: Tried and Proved
Military Arms: Defensive: Buckler
Military Arms: Defensive: Called Armour
Military Arms: Defensive: Called Harness
Military Arms: Defensive: Coat of Mail, Breastplate, Habergeon, or Brigandine
Military Arms: Defensive: Girdle
Military Arms: Defensive: Greaves
Military Arms: Defensive: Helmet
Military Arms: Defensive: Shield
Military Arms: Defensive: Target
Military Arms: Great Stores of, Prepared
Military Arms: Hung of the Walls of Cities
Military Arms: Inferior to Wisdom
Military Arms: Judgments of God
Military Arms: Made of Iron, Steel, or Brass
Military Arms: Not Worn in Ordinary Times
Military Arms: Offensive: Battle-Axe
Military Arms: Offensive: Bow and Arrows
Military Arms: Offensive: Called Instruments of Death
Military Arms: Offensive: Called Instruments of War
Military Arms: Offensive: Called Weapons of War
Military Arms: Offensive: Dagger
Military Arms: Offensive: Dart or Javelin
Military Arms: Offensive: Hand Staff
Military Arms: Offensive: Sling
Military Arms: Offensive: Spear or Lance
Military Arms: Offensive: Sword
Military Arms: Offensive: Two-Edged Sword
Military Arms: Often Given As Presents
Military Arms: Part of, Borne by Armour-Bearers
Military Arms: Put on at the First Alarm
Military Arms: Spiritual Armour
Military Arms: Spiritual Weapons
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