Sieges: Cities Taken by Frequently Broken Down
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Storming the Battlements
... glorious victories," of "brilliant successes," of "sieges," and of ... kind of siege,
another kind of sacking of cities. ... the city is not yet taken: the Christian ...
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The Fortress of the Faithful
... will find that the sites of the cities are on ... away'; the other man says, 'They have
taken away my ... water shall be sure.' In ancient warfare sieges were usually ...
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Book 9 Footnotes
... [23] This passage is taken out of ... 29; Deuteronomy 28:53-57; and as was accomplished
in the other shorter sieges of both the capital cities, Jerusalem and ...
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Sargon of Assyria (722-705 BC )
... Assur-nazir-pal, Shalmaneser III., and Ramman-nirari had frequently brought these ...
Mitatti did not dare to interfere, the two cities were taken by assault ...
/.../chapter iiisargon of assyria 722-705.htm

Christian Conversation
... it while others amuse themselves with stories of sieges and battles ... we not tell how
God has taken us out ... on candlesticks; he does not build his cities in valleys ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 46 1900/christian conversation.htm

The Power of Assyria at Its Zenith; Esarhaddon and Assur-Bani-Pal
... taught by its votaries, but have frequently described its ... together with such as had
taken refuge in ... had hidden themselves in neighbouring cities, had gradually ...
/.../chapter iithe power of assyria 2.htm

The Medes and the Second Chaldaean Empire
... northeast, and several lines of walled cities"among which ... The prophecy of Nahum has
been taken by some ... Phraortes against Assyria, but more frequently to the ...
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The Rise of the Assyrian Empire
... in the mountain districts"Camps, battles, sieges; cruelty shown ... peoples "are alarmed
and quit their cities before the ... the statues of the gods taken from the ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook
Judges 9:45
And Abimelech fought against the city all that day; and he took the city, and slew the people that was therein, and beat down the city, and sowed it with salt.
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Siege by David

Siege by Nebuchadnezzar

Siege by Rezin, King of Syria, and Pekah, Son of Remaliah, King of Israel

Siege by Sennacherib

Siege by the Sons of Judah

Siege: Abel

Siege: An offer of Peace Must be Made to the City Before Beginning A

Siege: Cannibalism During A

Siege: Conducted by Erecting Embankments Parallel to the Walls of the Besieged City

Siege: Distress of the Inhabitants During A

Siege: Gibbethon

Siege: Jericho

Siege: Rabbah

Siege: Samaria

Siege: Tirzah

Sieges: Ai

Sieges: Being Against Round About

Sieges: Cities Invested by Frequently Helped by Allies

Sieges: Cities Invested by Frequently Taken by Ambush

Sieges: Cities Invested by Frequently Taken by Assault

Sieges: Cities Invested by Inhabitants of, Exhorted to be Courageous

Sieges: Cities Invested by Often Demanded Terms of Peace

Sieges: Cities Invested by Often Suffered from Famine

Sieges: Cities Invested by Often Suffered from Pestilence

Sieges: Cities Invested by Repaired and Newly Fortified Beforehand

Sieges: Cities Invested by Sometimes Used Ambushes or Sorties

Sieges: Cities Invested by Supplied With Water Beforehand

Sieges: Cities Invested by The Inhabitants of, Cut off Beforehand Supplies of Water

Sieges: Cities Invested by Walls of, Defended by the Inhabitants

Sieges: Cities Invested by Were Strictly Shut Up

Sieges: Cities of Israel in Galilee

Sieges: Cities of Judah

Sieges: Cities Taken by Frequently Broken Down

Sieges: Cities Taken by Frequently Destroyed by Fire

Sieges: Cities Taken by Given up to Pillage

Sieges: Cities Taken by Inhabitants of, often Put to the Sword

Sieges: Cities Taken by Sometimes Called After the Name of the Captor

Sieges: Cities Taken by Sometimes Sown With Salt

Sieges: Compassing About With Armies

Sieges: Debir

Sieges: Eglon

Sieges: Encamping Against

Sieges: Extreme Difficulty of Taking Cities By, Alluded To

Sieges: Fenced Cities Invested By

Sieges: Gibbethon

Sieges: Great Noise and Tumult of, Alluded To

Sieges: Hebron

Sieges: Jabesh-Gilead

Sieges: Jericho

Sieges: Jerusalem

Sieges: Keilah

Sieges: Lachish

Sieges: Libnah

Sieges: Makkedah

Sieges: Often Lasted for a Long Time

Sieges: Pitching Against

Sieges: Rabbah

Sieges: Ramoth-Gilead

Sieges: Samaria

Sieges: Setting in Array Against

Sieges: Shechem

Sieges: The Jews Forbidden to Cut Down Fruit Trees for the Purpose of

Sieges: The Judgments of God

Sieges: The Omnipresence of God

Sieges: Thebez

Sieges: Those Engaged in Built Forts and Mounts

Sieges: Those Engaged in Called Upon the City to Surrender

Sieges: Those Engaged in Cast Arrows and Other Missiles Into the City

Sieges: Those Engaged in Cut off all Supplies

Sieges: Those Engaged in Dug a Trench Round the City

Sieges: Those Engaged in Employed Battering Rams Against the Walls

Sieges: Those Engaged in Frequently Laid Ambushes

Sieges: Those Engaged in Invested the City on Every Side

Sieges: Those Engaged in Often Suffered Much During

Sieges: Threatened As a Punishment

Sieges: Tirzah

Sieges: Ziklag

Sieges: Zion in Her Affliction

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