Assyria: Celebrated For: Extensive Commerce
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The Power of Assyria at Its Zenith; Esarhaddon and Assur-Bani-Pal
... its most barbarous mysteries, those celebrated in honour ... of these country magnates
held extensive fiefs, and ... war on the eastern frontier of Assyria: in reality ...
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... by the Hebrew writers prove how extensive this intermingling of ... with Egypt, with
Babylonia, or with Assyria"came of ... of the Libyan host is celebrated and the ...
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The Rise of the Assyrian Empire
... by the vulgar to the young Adonis were really celebrated. ... Assyria, however, had already
asserted her supremacy over this ... it one of the most extensive ruins in ...
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The Close of the Theban Empire
... so that the traditional rites could be celebrated at the ... of races was probably not
so extensive in the ... legends, in which the deities of Assyria and especially ...
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The Medes and the Second Chaldaean Empire
... breed was still celebrated at the beginning of the Byzantine era. Horses are mentioned
among the tribute paid by the Medic chiefs to the kings of Assyria. ...
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The First Theban Empire
... Of Egypt, Chaldaea, Syria, Babylonia, and Assyria, V 2. ... Egypt had always kept up
extensive commercial relations ... over the barbarians was still celebrated on the ...
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The Assyrian Revival and the Struggle for Syria
... a thorough soldier, a conqueror of the type of Tiglath-pileser, and Assyria by these ...
and also produced a wine for which it continued to be celebrated down to ...
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The Reaction against Egypt
... consideration; their territory was so extensive that the ... faithful at the solemn
festivals celebrated several times a ... But an alliance between Assyria or Babylon ...
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Chaldaean Civilization
... were used for mural decoration in Chaldoa or Assyria. ... and his powers were as extensive
in civil as ... morning, a thanksgiving sacrifice celebrated the completion ...
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The Hebrews and the Philistines --Damascus
... Of Egypt, Chaldaea, Syria, Babylonia, and Assyria, V 6. ... of the people of Shechem,
who celebrated under his ... and its favourable situation for commerce, but this ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook
Ezekiel 27:23,24
Haran, and Canneh, and Eden, the merchants of Sheba, Asshur, and Chilmad, were your merchants.
Torrey's Topical Textbook



Assyria: Alliances With, Sought by Judah and Israel

Assyria: An Empire Founded by Nimrod

Assyria: Antiquity and Origin of

Assyria: Armies of, Described

Assyria: Army of, Destroyed by the Angel of the Lord

Assyria: As a Power, Was: An Instrument of God's Vengeance

Assyria: As a Power, Was: Cruel and Destructive

Assyria: As a Power, Was: Intolerant and Oppressive

Assyria: As a Power, Was: Most Formidable

Assyria: As a Power, Was: Proud and Haughty

Assyria: As a Power, Was: Selfish and Reserved

Assyria: As a Power, Was: Unfaithful

Assyria: Called: Asshur

Assyria: Called: Shinar

Assyria: Called: The Land of Nimrod

Assyria: Celebrated For: Extensive Commerce

Assyria: Celebrated For: Extent of Conquests

Assyria: Celebrated For: Fertility

Assyria: Chief Men of, Described

Assyria: Commerce of

Assyria: Condemned for Oppressing God's People

Assyria: Governed by Kings

Assyria: Idolatry of, Brought Into Samaria

Assyria: Idolatry, the Religion of

Assyria: Invaded by Pharaoh-Necho

Assyria: Israel Condemned for Trusting To

Assyria: Israelites Carried Captive Into

Assyria: Israelites Subject To

Assyria: It Extended from East of the Tigris

Assyria: Its Armies Invade the Land of Israel Under Pul

Assyria: Jews Carried Captive To

Assyria: Judah Condemned for Trusting To

Assyria: Manasseh Taken Captive To

Assyria: Nineveh, Chief City of

Assyria: Possibly to Egypt

Assyria: Predictions Respecting: Conquest and Captivity of Israel By

Assyria: Predictions Respecting: Conquest of Syria By

Assyria: Predictions Respecting: Conquest of the Kenites By

Assyria: Predictions Respecting: Destruction of

Assyria: Predictions Respecting: Invasion of Judah By

Assyria: Predictions Respecting: Participation in the Blessings of the Gospel

Assyria: Predictions Respecting: Restoration of Israel From

Assyria: Productiveness of

Assyria: Prophecies Concerning

Assyria: Prophecies of Captivity of Israelites In

Assyria: Pul King of Brought off by Menahem

Assyria: Pul King of Invaded Israel

Assyria: Sennacherib

Assyria: Sennacherib King of Assassinated by his Sons

Assyria: Sennacherib King of Blasphemed the Lord

Assyria: Sennacherib King of Bought off by Hezekiah

Assyria: Sennacherib King of His Army Destroyed by God

Assyria: Sennacherib King of Insulted and Threatened Judah

Assyria: Sennacherib King of Invaded Judah

Assyria: Sennacherib King of Prayed Against by Hezekiah

Assyria: Sennacherib King of Reproved for Pride and Blasphemy

Assyria: Shalmaneser

Assyria: Shalmaneser King of Carried Israel Captive

Assyria: Shalmaneser King of Imprisoned Hoshea

Assyria: Shalmaneser King of Reduced Israel to Tribute

Assyria: Shalmaneser King of Re-Peopled Samaria from Assyria

Assyria: Shalmaneser King of Was Conspired Against by Hoshea

Assyria: Situated Beyond the Euphrates

Assyria: The Greatness, Extent, Duration, and Fall, Illustrated

Assyria: The Jews Condemned for Following the Idolatries of

Assyria: The Re-Peopling of Samaria From, Completed by Asnappar

Assyria: Tiglath

Assyria: Tiglathpileser King of Asked to Aid Ahaz Against Syria

Assyria: Tiglathpileser King of Conquered Syria

Assyria: Tiglathpileser King of Ravaged Israel

Assyria: Tiglathpileser King of Took Money from Ahaz, But Strengthened Him Not

Assyria: Watered by the River Tigris

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