Irony: Ezekiel to the Prince of Tyre
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... xxviii.11).[1] [Footnote 1: The real irony of this ... people by sending them a glorious
prince with the ... perhaps with a similar oracle of Ezekiel concerning the ...
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The Medes and the Second Chaldaean Empire
... of Jerusalem"The last convulsions of Judah and the submission of Tyre; the successes ...
in open conflict, they desired to rid themselves of the prince who had ...
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The Last Days of the Old Eastern World
... the Sudan passed through her emporia on its way to attract customers in the markets
of Tyre, Sidon, Babylon ... Stern makes this prince to have been of Libyan origin ...
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Ezekiel 28:3-5
Behold, you are wiser than Daniel; there is no secret that they can hide from you:
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Ezekiel of the River

Ezekiel: His Popularity

Ezekiel: Other Parables

Ezekiel: Persecution of

Ezekiel: Teaches by Pantomime: Does not Show Mourning Upon the Death of his Wife

Ezekiel: Teaches by Pantomime: Employs a Boiling Pot to Symbolize the Destruction of Jerusalem

Ezekiel: Teaches by Pantomime: Feigns Dumbness

Ezekiel: Teaches by Pantomime: Prophesies by Parable of an Eagle

Ezekiel: Teaches by Pantomime: Removes his Belongings to Illustrate the Approaching Jewish Captivity

Ezekiel: Teaches by Pantomime: Shaves Himself

Ezekiel: Teaches by Pantomime: Sighs

Ezekiel: Teaches by Pantomime: Symbolizes the Siege of Jerusalem by Drawings on a Tile

Ezekiel: Time of his Prophecy

Ezekiel: Visions of of a Man With Measuring Line

Ezekiel: Visions of of God's Glory

Ezekiel: Visions of of Jews' Abominations

Ezekiel: Visions of of the Valley of Dry Bones

Ezekiel: Visions of of Their Punishment

Irony: Ezekiel to the Prince of Tyre

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