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ab-i-sin'-i-a. See ETHIOPIA.

2582. Kandake -- Candace, a queen of Ethiopia
... Spelling: (kan-dak'-ay) Short Definition: Candace Definition: Candace, a proper
name; the Candace, a dynastic name for queens of the Ethiopians in Abyssinia. ...
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The Calm Before the Storm
... Desiring greatly to undertake a voyage to Abyssinia to study the geography of the
country and unwilling to interrupt the education of his two young charges, he ...
//christianbookshelf.org/forbes/saint athanasius/chapter 4 the calm before.htm

The Eastern Sects: Nestorians, Jacobites, Copts, Armenians.
... The Monophysites, taken together, outnumber the Nestorians, and are scattered over
the mountains, villages, and deserts of Armenia, Syria, Egypt, and Abyssinia ...
/.../ 21 the eastern sects .htm

The General Spread of the Gospel
... 6. From the most authentic accounts we can obtain of the Southern Christians, those
in Abyssinia, and of the Northern Churches, under the jurisdiction of the ...
/.../wesley/sermons on several occasions/sermon 63 the general spread.htm

The Book of Enoch
... In the year 1773, Bruce astonished the learned world by claiming to have secured
in Abyssinia, and brought safely home, three copies of an Ethiopian version of ...
//christianbookshelf.org/deane/pseudepigrapha/the book of enoch.htm

The Great Controversy
... For eyewitness accounts of religious days in Ethiopia, see Pero Gomes de Teixeira,
The Discovery of Abyssinia by the Portuguese in 1520 (translated in English ...
//christianbookshelf.org/white/the great controversy/the great controversy.htm

The Israelites
... The Assyrian which was spoken in Assyria and Babylonia is extinct; so, too,
are the Ethiopic of Abyssinia, and the Hebrew language itself. ...
/.../sayce/early israel and the surrounding nations/chapter i the israelites.htm

The Mediaeval History of Continental Churches
... It is true that the Copts in Egypt and the native Christians of Abyssinia appear
to have preserved the Apostolic Succession, but both these Churches are in a ...
/.../a key to the knowledge of church history/chapter xi the mediaeval history.htm

The Battle of Life
... Our children's children may read how the haughty insolence of Theodore of Abyssinia
was humbled, but I hope they will never hear the screeching of the ravens ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 62 1916/the battle of life.htm

The Conversion of the Ethiopian Eunuch.
... is manifest, both from constant tradition, and from the name of his mistress; for
the queens of the African Ethiopia, now called Abyssinia, were distinguished ...
/.../dick/lectures on the acts of the apostles/lecture xi the conversion of.htm

The Fall of Jerusalem.
... Armenia. St. Matthew and St. Matthias died in Ethiopia or Abyssinia, leaving
a Church which is still in existence; and St. Thomas ...
//christianbookshelf.org/yonge/the chosen people/lesson xxiii the fall of.htm

Abyssinia. Abyss, Abyssinia. Acacia . Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia ABYSSINIA.
ab-i-sin'-ia. See ETHIOPIA. Abyss, Abyssinia. Acacia . ...
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... is the language in which the inscriptions of the kings of the ancient Aksumitic
(Axumite) empire and most of the literature of Christian Abyssinia are written. ...
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Ethiopia (26 Occurrences)
... what is now known as Nubia and the Sudan (Soudan), but all the unknown country farther
West and South, and also at times Northern, if not Southern, Abyssinia. ...
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Nile (37 Occurrences)
... longitude 32 degree 45' East. The Blue Nile rises in the highlands of Abyssinia,
latitude 12 degree 30' North, long. 35 degree East, and ...
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Language (112 Occurrences)
... is the language in which the inscriptions of the kings of the ancient Aksumitic
(Axumite) empire and most of the literature of Christian Abyssinia are written. ...
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Abyss (11 Occurrences)

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Acacia (28 Occurrences)

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Zebub (4 Occurrences)
... Noah Webster's Dictionary (n.) A large noxious fly of Abyssinia, which like the
tsetse fly, is destructive to cattle. Multi-Version Concordance ...
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Onycha (1 Occurrence)
... (See Sir S. Baker, The Nile Tributaries of Abyssinia, cited by EB, under the word
"Onycha.") Alfred Ely Day. Multi-Version Concordance Onycha (1 Occurrence). ...
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Jackal (3 Occurrences)
... except in Western Europe. It ranges southward to Abyssinia, and eastward,
in Southern Asia, to farther India. It is smaller than ...
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