Ashdod or Azotus
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108. Azotos -- Azotus (ie Ashdod), a Philistine city
... a Philistine city. Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine Transliteration: Azotos Phonetic
Spelling: (ad'-zo-tos) Short Definition: Azotus, Ashdod Definition: Azotus ...
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Philip the Evangelist
... had been long before by the banks of the river Chebar, and is set down, no doubt
all bewildered and breathless, at Azotus"the ancient Ashdod"the Philistine ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture the acts/philip the evangelist.htm

... But Philip was found at Azotus; and, passing along, he preached the gospel in all
the cities till he came to C├Žsarea." The town of Azotus, the Ashdod of the ...
/.../mcgarvey/a commentary on acts of the apostles/acts viii.htm

Smith's Bible Dictionary
Ashdod or Azotus

(a stronghold), (Acts 8:40) one of the five confederate cities of the Philistines situated about 30 miles from the southern frontier of Palestine, three from the Mediterranean Sea, and nearly midway between Gaza and Joppa. It was assigned to the tribe of Judah, (Joshua 15:47) but was never subdued by the Israelites. Its chief importance arose from its position on the high road from Palestine to Egypt. It is now an insignificant village, with no memorials of its ancient importance, but is still called Esdud.



Ashdod or Azotus

Ashdod: A City of the Philistines

Ashdod: Anakim Inhabit

Ashdod: Assigned to Judah

Ashdod: Called Azotus

Ashdod: Conquest by Tartan

Ashdod: Conquest of, by Uzziah

Ashdod: Dagon's Temple In, where the Ark of the Covenant Was Put Temporarily

Ashdod: Jews Intermarry With

Ashdod: People of, Conspire Against the Jews

Ashdod: Prophecies Concerning

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