Tribute: Often Exacted in Labour
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The Political Constitution of Egypt
... monuments of the New Empire, carrying tribute to the ... occupant was exempted from forced
labour and from ... provincial government office, had been often known to ...
/.../chapter ithe political constitution of.htm

Sennacherib (705-681 BC )
... peoples to their conquerors was retarded, tribute was no ... obtain sufficient workmen,
he substituted forced labour for the ... of which she had so often given proof ...
/.../chapter isennacherib 705-681 b c.htm

The Hebrews and the Philistines --Damascus
... their usual haunts, a few days or often a few ... the little kingdom of Manasseh, levying
tribute upon the ... In exchange for these good offices they exacted the same ...
/.../chapter iiithe hebrews and the.htm

Syria at the Beginning of the Egyptian Conquest
... enlist under their banner at the first call,** must have been often tempted to ...
flattering to the national pride and piety, would have been exacted and insisted ...
/.../chapter iisyria at the beginning.htm

The Iranian Conquest
... classical writers maintain that the Magi often cloaked monstrous ... their own expense
and by forced labour;* but in ... the administrator paid over the tribute to the ...
/.../chapter ithe iranian conquest.htm

The Last Days of the Old Eastern World
... brought in to it, in fact, at least as much money as the tribute took out of it. ...
The nomes of the Delta were restored to order, and, as was often customary in ...
/.../chapter iithe last days of 2.htm

Against Jovinianus.
... [4255] "The mountains labour; a poor ... we must never be in the bondage of wedlock,
for as often as I ... and incentives to vice, the angelic life be not exacted of us ...
/.../jerome/the principal works of st jerome/against jovinianus.htm

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1 Kings 5:13,14
And king Solomon raised a levy out of all Israel; and the levy was thirty thousand men.
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1 Kings 9:15,21
And this is the reason of the levy which king Solomon raised; for to build the house of the LORD, and his own house, and Millo, and the wall of Jerusalem, and Hazor, and Megiddo, and Gezer.
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Tribute (Taxes) by the Arabians: To Jehoshaphat

Tribute (Taxes) by the Arabians: To Solomon

Tribute (Taxes): from Conquered Nations

Tribute Money

Tribute: All Saints Exhorted to Pay

Tribute: Christ to Avoid Offense Wrought a Miracle to Pay for Himself

Tribute: Exacted from all Conquered Nations

Tribute: Kings of Israel: Forbidden to Levy Unnecessary or Oppressive

Tribute: Kings of Israel: Often Oppressed the People With

Tribute: Kings of Israel: Set officers Over

Tribute: Often Exacted in Gold and Silver

Tribute: Often Exacted in Labour

Tribute: Often Exacted in Produce of Land

Tribute: Priests and Levites Exempted From

Tribute: Roman was Paid in Roman Coin

Tribute: Roman was Resisted by the Galilaeans Under Judas of Galilee

Tribute: Roman: Christ Showed to the Pharisees and Herodians the Propriety

Tribute: Roman: Collected by the Publicans

Tribute: Roman: Decree of Augustus For

Tribute: Roman: First Levied in Judea when Cyrenius Was Governor

Tribute: Roman: Our Lord Falsely Accused of Forbidding to Pay

Tribute: Roman: Persons Enroled For, in the Native Place of Their Tribe

Tribute: Sometimes Exacted by Kings from Their own Subjects

Tribute: The Jews Required to Pay Half a Shekel to God As

Tribute: when Oppressive Frequently Led to Rebellion

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