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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
1. (n.) The area in the central part of an amphitheater, in which the gladiators fought and other shows were exhibited; -- so called because it was covered with sand.

2. (n.) Any place of public contest or exertion; any sphere of action; as, the arena of debate; the arena of life.

3. (n.) Sand or gravel in the kidneys.

1093. ge -- the earth, land
... [The OT Hebrew term, 776 ("earth"), also refers to the physical earth as "God's
arena" -- "the physical theater" in which our freely .]. Word Origin a prim. ...
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4712. stadion -- a stadium (a Gr. measure of length), by impl. a ...
... Gr. measure of length), by impl. a racecourse NASB Word Usage distance (1),
miles (5), race (1). stadium, arena, furlong. Or masculine ...
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The Festival of Games, in Honor of Augustus, were About to Begin ...
... Brawny arms were pushing a movable arena. ... While Arab slaves pushed the arena into
place, David came and touched the arm of the young tribune. ...
// 24 the festival of.htm

The Martyrdom of Saint Polycarp,
... [426] And the chief of the police, who chanced to have the same name as Herod, was
zealous to bring him into the arena in order that he might fulfill his own ...
/.../richardson/early christian fathers/the martyrdom of saint polycarp.htm

That Evening Vergilius Went to Feast with the Young Herodian ...
... It had a small arena and was in the midst of a great garden. There he kept a lion
from northern Africa, a tiger, and a black leopard from the Himalayas. ...
/.../ 4 that evening vergilius.htm

A Sermon to Open Neglecters and Nominal Followers of Religion
... THE SIGHT OF THIS VAST ARENA, and of this crowded assembly, reminds me of other
spectacles which, in days happily long past, were seen in the amphitheatres of ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 13 1867/a sermon to open neglecters.htm

Arcadius and Honorius (Ad 395-423)
... For this purpose, therefore, he went all the way to Rome, and got into the amphitheatre,
close to the arena (as the place where the gladiators fought was called ...
/.../chapter xix arcadius and honorius.htm

In the Fourth Year of the Persecution against Us...
... He had also, three times and more, marched with malefactors from the prison to the
arena; and every time, after threats from the judge, whether in compassion ...
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Of the Wickedness of the War Waged by the Romans against the ...
... And if two gladiators entered the arena to fight, one being father, the other his
son, who would endure such a spectacle? who would not be revolted by it? ...
/.../augustine/city of god/chapter 14 of the wickedness of.htm

The Further Adventures of Saint George.
... request. With a flourish of trumpets the Knight and his Squire entered
the arena. De Fistycuff kept carefully behind his master. ...
/.../the seven champions of christendom/chapter four the further adventures.htm

How the victor Runs
... The previous portion of the verse in which our text occurs appeals to the Corinthians'
familiar knowledge of the arena and the competitors, 'Know ye not that ...
/.../maclaren/romans corinthians to ii corinthians chap v/how the victor runs.htm

Past Knowledge.
... of the triumph. After the harmless sports were over some gladiators entered
the arena armed with sharp swords. The people shouted ...
/.../the life of duty a years plain sermons v 2/sermon li past knowledge.htm

Arena (1 Occurrence)
... 2. (n.) Any place of public contest or exertion; any sphere of action; as,
the arena of debate; the arena of life. ...Arena (1 Occurrence). ...
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... Thus Western Asia became the arena of Semitic life, whose influences also reached
Egypt and, through Phoenicia, the far-away West-Mediterranean. ...
/s/semites.htm - 27k

... Thus Western Asia became the arena of Semitic life, whose influences also reached
Egypt and, through Phoenicia, the far-away West-Mediterranean. ...
/s/semitic.htm - 28k

Triumph (52 Occurrences)
... to the victor the "savor" of his triumph would be to the wretched captives the
"savor," or intimation, of a rapidly approaching death in the Roman arena or in ...
/t/triumph.htm - 24k

Ring (33 Occurrences)
... a wedding ring. 14. (n.) A circular area in which races are or run or other
sports are performed; an arena. 15. (n.) An enclosed ...
/r/ring.htm - 24k

Puteoli (1 Occurrence)
... of an amphitheater, whose axes measure 160 and 126 yards across the space enclosed
by the outer facade and 75 and 45 yards within the arena, bear testimony to ...
/p/puteoli.htm - 11k

Podium (1 Occurrence)
... terrace wall. 2. (n.) The dwarf wall surrounding the arena of an amphitheater,
from the top of which the seats began. 3. (n.) The ...
/p/podium.htm - 7k

Are'lites (1 Occurrence)
Are'lites. Arelites, Are'lites. Arena . Multi-Version Concordance Are'lites
(1 Occurrence). ... (See RSV). Arelites, Are'lites. Arena . Reference Bible.
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Aren't (102 Occurrences)
Aren't. Arena, Aren't. Areopagite . Multi-Version Concordance Aren't (102
Occurrences). ... (WEB). Continued... Arena, Aren't. Areopagite . Reference Bible
/a/aren't.htm - 35k

Galilee (73 Occurrences)
... Galilee (1 Kings 15:20). Galilee must have been the arena of conflict between
Jehoahaz and Hazael, king of Syria. The cities which the ...
/g/galilee.htm - 67k

Bible Concordance
Arena (1 Occurrence)

1 Corinthians 4:9 For it seems to me that God has put us the Apostles last of all, as men whose fate is death: for we are put on view to the world, and to angels, and to men.
(See NIV)



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