Commerce: Articles of Blue Cloth
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Chaldaean Civilization
... of the family and its property"Chaldaean commerce and industry ... to have been a hairy,
shaggy cloth or woollen ... finer materials, dyed red or blue, decorated with ...
/.../chapter iiichaldaean civilization.htm

The Reaction against Egypt
... sleeves, sometimes of a sort of loin-cloth, more or ... they added a scanty mantle, red
or blue, fringed like ... as well as, probably, the maritime commerce of the ...
/.../chapter iithe reaction against egypt.htm

Syria at the Beginning of the Egyptian Conquest
... Rich and fashionable folk substituted for this cloth two large shawls"one red and
the other blue"in which ... Car-chemish or Assur: the same articles of toilet ...
/.../chapter iisyria at the beginning.htm

The Nile and Egypt
... Should the hair be too short, a black or blue wig, dressed with much skill, was ... When
the art of weaving became common, a belt and loin-cloth of white linen ...
/.../chapter i the nile and egypt.htm

The Close of the Theban Empire
... cap, and were wrapped in large blue or red ... of foreigners attracted hither by commerce
or held as ... alongside the products or manufactured articles with which ...
/.../chapter iiithe close of the.htm

The Memphite Empire
... provided for the daily exigencies of industry and commerce. ... was a single block of
blue-black basalt ... of dirty rags and wrappings of yellowish woollen cloth. ...
/.../chapter iithe memphite empire.htm

Ancient Chaldaea
... day in the rays of the sun, and at night appeared only as a dark blue surface, strewn ...
This fact has been established by Ross and Lynch in two articles in the ...
/.../chapter iancient chaldaea.htm

The Last Days of the Old Eastern World
... that had been pillaged remained uninhabited and fell into ruins; commerce dwindled
and ... the peculiar felt cap, or kidaris, which he wore, and the blue-and-white ...
/.../chapter iithe last days of 2.htm

Nave's Topical Index
Ezekiel 27:24
These were your merchants in all sorts of things, in blue clothes, and broidered work, and in chests of rich apparel, bound with cords, and made of cedar, among your merchandise.
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Commerce of the Arabians

Commerce of the Jews: Checked in Jehoshaphat's Time

Commerce of the Jews: Commenced After Their Settlement in Canaan

Commerce of the Jews: Greatly Extended by Solomon

Commerce of the Jews: Under Strict Laws

Commerce: Articles of Apes

Commerce: Articles of Balm

Commerce: Articles of Blue Cloth

Commerce: Articles of Bodies and Souls of Men

Commerce: Articles of Brass

Commerce: Articles of Cattle

Commerce: Articles of Chariots

Commerce: Articles of Chest of Rich Apparel

Commerce: Articles of Chests of Rich Apparel

Commerce: Articles of Cinnamon

Commerce: Articles of Clothes for Chariots

Commerce: Articles of Corn

Commerce: Articles of Embroidery

Commerce: Articles of Frankincense

Commerce: Articles of Gold

Commerce: Articles of Honey

Commerce: Articles of Horses

Commerce: Articles of Iron and Steel

Commerce: Articles of Ivory

Commerce: Articles of Land

Commerce: Articles of Lead

Commerce: Articles of Linen

Commerce: Articles of Oil

Commerce: Articles of Peacocks

Commerce: Articles of Pearls

Commerce: Articles of Perfumes

Commerce: Articles of Precious Stones

Commerce: Articles of Purple

Commerce: Articles of Sheep

Commerce: Articles of Silk

Commerce: Articles of Silver

Commerce: Articles of Slaves

Commerce: Articles of Sweet Cane

Commerce: Articles of Thyine Wood

Commerce: Articles of Timber

Commerce: Articles of Tin

Commerce: Articles of Wheat

Commerce: Articles of White Wool

Commerce: Articles of Wine

Commerce: Articles of, Called: Merchandise

Commerce: Articles of, Called: Wares

Commerce: Babylonians

Commerce: Called: Buying and Selling

Commerce: Called: Trade

Commerce: Called: Traffic

Commerce: Carried on by Egyptians

Commerce: Carried on by Ethiopians

Commerce: Carried on by Ishmaelites

Commerce: Carried on by Jews

Commerce: Carried on by Means of Caravans

Commerce: Carried on by Means of Ships

Commerce: Carried on by Ninevites

Commerce: Carried on by People of Tarshish

Commerce: Carried on by People of Tyre

Commerce: Carried on by Syrians

Commerce: Carried on in Fairs

Commerce: Conducted in Fairs

Commerce: Denunciations Connected With Abuses of

Commerce: Egyptians

Commerce: Ethiopians

Commerce: Evil Practices Connected With

Commerce: from Tarshish

Commerce: Illustrative of Intercourse With the Apostasy

Commerce: Increased the Wealth of Nations and Individuals

Commerce: Inland, by Caravans

Commerce: Ishmaelites

Commerce: Israelites

Commerce: Jews

Commerce: Laws Concerning

Commerce: Maritime, by Ships

Commerce: Ninevites

Commerce: Persons Engaged In, Called: Chapmen

Commerce: Persons Engaged In, Called: Merchants

Commerce: Persons Engaged In, Called: Sellers and Buyers

Commerce: Persons Engaged In, Called: Traffickers

Commerce: Persons of Distinction Engaged In

Commerce: Success In, Led to Pride

Commerce: Syrians

Commerce: The Barter of One Commodity for Another

Commerce: The Exchange of Commodities for Money

Commerce: Transportation of Passengers

Commerce: Tyrians

Commerce: Zidonians

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