Tyre: Inhabitants of Proud and Haughty
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The Power of Assyria at Its Zenith; Esarhaddon and Assur-Bani-Pal
... body of landowners, who were particularly proud of their ... numberless villages and
carrying the inhabitants away captive ... Sidon from the dominion of Tyre, but had ...
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The Prophet Joel.
... because they have committed sin by their proud haughtiness. ... have ye to do with Me,
O Tyre and Sidon ... enemies, and the dispersion of its inhabitants, are described ...
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The Land and the People.
... of Carmel, the coast of Tyre and Sidon ... prophetic mien, Roman soldiers with proud
bearing, Herodian ... villages contained above fifteen thousand inhabitants (Bell. ...
/.../schaff/history of the christian church volume i/section 17 the land and.htm

The Rise of the Assyrian Empire
... The inhabitants of the coast were possessed of fully ... even the regular trading ships
of Tyre and Sidon ... such times, however, an ironical or haughty epistle from ...
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The Eighteenth Theban Dynasty
... were unknown to his ancestors, the inhabitants of which ... or Gallas: they had the same
haughty and imperious ... having refined features, with a proud and energetic ...
/.../chapter iiithe eighteenth theban dynasty.htm

The Reaction against Egypt
... dismissed his subjects, who went away proud and happy ... towards the Mediterranean,
forcing the inhabitants of the ... The Phoenicians of Tyre and Sidon had too many ...
/.../chapter iithe reaction against egypt.htm

The Holy City; Or, the New Jerusalem:
... tender new-mown grass than will this city at this day be, to the inhabitants of
the ... Now the high ones, lofty ones, haughty ones, and the proud, shall see ...
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The Last Days of the Old Eastern World
... to attract customers in the markets of Tyre, Sidon, Babylon ... very end, Egypt, at any
rate, always proud of her ... The inhabitants of the Delta, oppressed by the tax ...
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Isaiah 23:9
The LORD of hosts has purposed it, to stain the pride of all glory, and to bring into contempt all the honorable of the earth.
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Ezekiel 28:2,17
Son of man, say to the prince of Tyrus, Thus said the Lord GOD; Because your heart is lifted up, and you have said, I am a God, I sit in the seat of God, in the middle of the seas; yet you are a man, and not God, though you set your heart as the heart of God:
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Tyre or Tyrus

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Tyre: Called: The Crowning City

Tyre: Called: The Daughter of Tarshish

Tyre: Called: The Daughter of Zidon

Tyre: Called: The Joyous City

Tyre: Called: The Renowned City

Tyre: Celebrated For: Its Beauty

Tyre: Celebrated For: Its Commerce

Tyre: Celebrated For: Its Wealth

Tyre: Celebrated For: Strength and Beauty of Its Ships

Tyre: Christ was Followed by Many From

Tyre: Christ: Alluded to the Depravity of

Tyre: Christ: Depended for Provision Upon Galilee

Tyre: Christ: Paul Found Disciples At

Tyre: Christ: Visited the Coasts of

Tyre: City of Antiquity of

Tyre: City of Besieged by Nebuchadnezzar

Tyre: City of Commerce of

Tyre: City of Fortified

Tyre: City of Heals the Daughter of the Non-Jewish, Syrophenician Woman Near

Tyre: City of Jesus Goes to the Coasts of

Tyre: City of Merchants of

Tyre: City of Multitudes From, Come to Hear Jesus, and to be Healed of Their Diseases

Tyre: City of On the Northern Boundary of the Tribe of Asher

Tyre: City of Paul Visits

Tyre: City of Pleasant Site of

Tyre: City of Prophecies Relating To

Tyre: City of Riches of

Tyre: City of The Hostility of Herod Agrippa I Toward

Tyre: City of To be Judged According to Its Opportunity and Privileges

Tyre: David and Solomon Formed Alliances With

Tyre: Governed by Kings

Tyre: Inhabitants of Mercantile Men

Tyre: Inhabitants of Proud and Haughty

Tyre: Inhabitants of Sea-Faring Men

Tyre: Inhabitants of Self-Conceited

Tyre: Inhabitants of Superstitious

Tyre: Inhabitants of Wicked

Tyre: Insular Position of

Tyre: Kingdom of Hiram, King of

Tyre: Kingdom of Men and Materials Sent From, to Solomon, for the Erection of the Temple and his Castles

Tyre: Kingdom of Sends Material to David for his Palace

Tyre: Often Confederated Against the Jews and Rejoiced in Their

Tyre: Prophecies Respecting: All Nations to be Terrified at Its Destruction

Tyre: Prophecies Respecting: Envy Against the Jews a Cause of Its Destruction

Tyre: Prophecies Respecting: Inhabitants of, to Emigrated to Other Countries

Tyre: Prophecies Respecting: Its Inhabitants to be Sold As Slaves, As a Recompence For

Tyre: Prophecies Respecting: Its Restoration to Commercial Greatness After Seventy Years

Tyre: Prophecies Respecting: Its Second Destruction by the Macedonians

Tyre: Prophecies Respecting: Never to Recover Its Greatness

Tyre: Prophecies Respecting: Pride a Cause of Its Destruction

Tyre: Prophecies Respecting: The King of Babylon to be Rewarded With the Spoil of Egypt

Tyre: Prophecies Respecting: The Ruins of the First City to be Employed in Making A

Tyre: Prophecies Respecting: To be Destroyed by the King of Babylon

Tyre: Prophecies Respecting: To be Scraped As the Top of a Rock, and to be a Place For

Tyre: Prophecies Respecting: To Lie Waste and be Forgotten for Seventy Years

Tyre: Prophecies Respecting: To Participated in the Blessings of the Gospel

Tyre: Propitiated the Favour of Herod

Tyre: Soldiers of, Supplied by Persia

Tyre: Strongly Fortified

Tyre: Supplied: A Master-Builder for the Temple

Tyre: Supplied: Seamen for Solomon's Navy

Tyre: Supplied: Stones and Timber for Building the Temple

Tyre: Supplied: Timber for Rebuilding the Temple and City

Tyre: The Jews Condemned for Purchasing from the People of, on The

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