The Cities of Refuge.
... Jewish writers say that the roads leading to these cities were always kept in good
repair, and that guide-posts were placed at every cross road with "Refuge! ...
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The Gospel Refuge.
... Where there were angles or by-roads, posts with "Refuge" on them were set up; and
as there were no bridges across Jordan, three of the cities were placed, as I ...
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Travelling in Palestine --Roads, Inns, Hospitality, Custom-House ...
... The roads to the cities of refuge required to be always kept in good order (Deuteronomy
19:3). According to the Talmud they were to be forty-eight feet wide ...
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The King's Highway Opened and Cleared
... aforethought, he might flee at once to the City of Refuge; and if he ... of the district
were accustomed to survey the high roads which led to these cities. ...
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Whether the Judicial Precepts were Suitably Framed as to the ...
... no hatred against him, shall flee to one of the cities" of refuge and "abide ... of the
city swore that they had taken every measure for safeguarding the roads. ...
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... Thirty-one great roads centered in Rome, which, issuing from the Forum, traversed
Italy ... Near the ascent to the Capitol was the asylum (Cities of refuge). ...
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... Canaan had ever been the refuge of the Asiatic population of Egypt, the goal at
which they aimed ... Military roads connected the Hittite cities of Cappadocia ...
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Brief Table of Contemporary Public Events
... roads through the Maremma are insecure for peaceable folk, and the peasants are
driven to take refuge in the plague-stricken town. 1375. Eighty Italian cities ...
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Syria at the Beginning of the Egyptian Conquest
... migdols* built at the bends of the roads, at the ... and was sometimes used to denote
cities which had ... vessels were accustomed to take hasty refuge in tempestuous ...
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The Work Awaiting the Worker
... Greek cities, such as Antioch in Syria and Alexandria in ... They pierced the countries
with roads, which connected them ... and many of them found refuge from the ...
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Nave's Topical IndexDeuteronomy 19:3
You shall prepare you a way, and divide the coasts of your land, which the LORD your God gives you to inherit, into three parts, that every slayer may flee thither.Nave's Topical Index
Roads: Built by Rulers
Roads: from Beth-El to Shechem
Roads: from Gibeon to Beth-Horon
Roads: from Judaea to Galilee, by Way of Samaria
Roads: Public Highways
Roads: To Cities of Refuge
Roads: To the House of God
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