The Destruction of Babylon.
... wood, and all kinds of vessels of ivory, and all ... And these articles of traffic are
symbolized by the ... The commerce of this ecclesiastical city, has been immense ...
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... Royalty"The constitution of the family and its property"Chaldaean commerce and industry ...
the linen and wearing apparel, low beds inlaid with ivory and metal ...
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The First Theban Empire
... merely that he collected from them skins, ivory, ostrich feathers"everything, in
fact, which Central Africa has furnished as articles of commerce from time ...
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... the embargo lifted, New England commerce revived, and ... When all articles had been
approved, the constitution ... USD]25,100; shell, horn, and ivory in manufactured ...
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The Hebrews and the Philistines --Damascus
... Gaza enjoyed among them a kind of hegemony, alike on account of its strategic position
and its favourable situation for commerce, but this supremacy was of ...
/.../chapter iiithe hebrews and the.htm
The Sixth vision "On Earth"
Commentary on Revelation. <. ...
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The Memphite Empire
... The few hundreds of men of which the permanent population was composed,
provided for the daily exigencies of industry and commerce. ...
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The Nile and Egypt
... The bracelets were made of elephant ivory, mother-of-pearl, or even flint,
very cleverly perforated. The necklaces were composed ...
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The Rise of the Assyrian Empire
... Hiram; Egyptian designs in Phoenician glass and goldsmiths'work"Commerce with Egypt ...
the minor arts, such as goldsmiths'work, sculpture in ivory, engraving on ...
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Syria at the Beginning of the Egyptian Conquest
... at least, domestic arrangements were modelled upon the fashions observed in the
palaces of the nobles of Car-chemish or Assur: the same articles of toilet, the ...
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Nave's Topical Index1 Kings 10:22
For the king had at sea a navy of Tharshish with the navy of Hiram: once in three years came the navy of Tharshish, bringing gold, and silver, ivory, and apes, and peacocks.Nave's Topical Index
2 Chronicles 9:21
For the king's ships went to Tarshish with the servants of Huram: every three years once came the ships of Tarshish bringing gold, and silver, ivory, and apes, and peacocks.
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The men of Dedan were your merchants; many isles were the merchandise of your hand: they brought you for a present horns of ivory and ebony.
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The merchandise of gold, and silver, and precious stones, and of pearls, and fine linen, and purple, and silk, and scarlet, and all thyine wood, and all manner vessels of ivory, and all manner vessels of most precious wood, and of brass, and iron, and marble,
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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: 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: 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: Laws Concerning
Commerce: Maritime, by Ships
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: The Barter of One Commodity for Another
Commerce: The Exchange of Commodities for Money
Commerce: Transportation of Passengers
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