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a-lep'-o. See BEREA.

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Of Eusebius Bishop of Samosata.
... cf. Book II.[p. 86. [818] Acacius of Beroea (Aleppo) was later an opponent of
Chrysostom and of Cyril, but in his old age of more than 100 in 436. ...
/.../the ecclesiastical history of theodoret/chapter iv of eusebius bishop of.htm

Of the Three Woe Trumpets.
... The second tetrarchy was the Aleppian, from its metropolis Aleppo, which is washed
by a branch of the Euphrates, and therefore derived from one of the sultans. ...
/.../mede/a key to the apocalypse/of the three woe trumpets.htm

The Gospel According to St. Matthew
... it was still preserved at Caesarea, and that the Nazarenes, a Jewish Christian sect
of Palestine, allowed him to transcribe a copy of it at Beroea (now Aleppo ...
/.../pullan/the books of the new testament/chapter iii the gospel according.htm

Books Printed for the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge;
... Sketches of) 0 3 """- Henri Quatre 0 4 """- Howard the Philanthropist 2 4 Marlborough
(Duke of), Life of the 1 9 Maundrell's Journey to Aleppo 2 0 ...
/.../murray/kalli the esquimaux christian /books printed for the society.htm

Matthew
... cf. Lightfoot, Ignatius v. 2. p. 295. [2351] Nazarenes=Nasaraei. See Smith and Wace
sv. [2352] Beroea some mss. read Veria and so Herding. The modern Aleppo. ...
/.../various/jerome and gennadius lives of illustrious men /chapter iii matthew.htm

Of the Boldness of Speech of the Decurion of Beroea.
... rank of Curiales or Decuriones. The Beroea mentioned is presumably the Syrian
Beroea now Haleb or Aleppo. [653] The word thus translated ...
/.../the ecclesiastical history of theodoret/chapter xvii of the boldness of.htm

To the Bishop Theoctistus.
... Footnotes: [1670] Bp. of the Syrian Beroea. He succeeded Acacius in 437. cf. Ep.
134. [1671] Titus 3:14. [1672] ie The Syrian Beroea, Aleppo or Haleb. ...
/.../the ecclesiastical history of theodoret/xxxii to the bishop theoctistus.htm

Of the Holy Monk Julianus.
... Vit. Pat. ii.) afterward envoy from the Syrian churches to Rome, and Bishop of
Beroea, (Aleppo) ad 378. He was at Constantinople in 381, (cf. ...
/.../the ecclesiastical history of theodoret/chapter xxiv of the holy monk.htm

Letter ccxx. To the Beræans.
... unworthily for your brave deeds. Footnotes: [2868] Placed in 375. [2869] The
Syrian Beræa, Aleppo, or Haleb. cf. Letter clxxxv. p. 222. ...
/.../basil/basil letters and select works/letter ccxx to the beraeans.htm

Place of S. Cyril's Lectures.
... when the gates of hell were burst, gave back the Body in newness of life." On this
passage Dr. Routh remarks that Maundrell, Journey from Aleppo to Jerusalem ...
/.../cyril/lectures of s cyril of jerusalem/chapter viii place of s cyrils.htm

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Aleppo
Aleppo. Aleph, Aleppo. Alert . Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia ALEPPO.
a-lep'-o. See BEREA. Aleph, Aleppo. Alert . Reference Bible.
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Beroea (4 Occurrences)
... The name "Aleppo" came to us through the Venetian traders in the days before the
great overland route to India via Aleppo lost its importance through the ...
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Fir (22 Occurrences)
... Some regard it as the sherbin tree, a cypress resembling the cedar; others, the
Aleppo or maritime pine (Pinus halepensis), which resembles the Scotch fir ...
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Pine (28 Occurrences)
... translated tidhhar (Isaiah 41:19) by ptelea, the "elm." The elm, Ulmus campestris,
is rare in Palestine and the Lebanon, though it is found today N. of Aleppo. ...
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Carchemish (3 Occurrences)
... An exceedingly ancient Hittite city on the banks of the Euphrates, identified with
Jerablus (Hierapolis) about 23 hours from Aleppo, between Birejik and Membij ...
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Helbon (1 Occurrence)
... It has been usually identified with the modern Aleppo, called Haleb by the native
Arabs, but is more probably to be found in one of the villages in the Wady ...
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Alert (19 Occurrences)

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Tree (245 Occurrences)
... translated tidhhar (Isaiah 41:19) by ptelea, the "elm." The elm, Ulmus campestris,
is rare in Palestine and the Lebanon, though it is found today N. of Aleppo. ...
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Knees (47 Occurrences)
... no doubt that the "boil or botch of Egypt" is identical with the disease known to
modern medicine as bouton du Nil, Biskra button, Bagdad or Aleppo sore. ...
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Goldsmith (6 Occurrences)
... are houses in Damascus and Aleppo still possessing beautiful gold overlaid work
on wooden walls and ceilings, the work of goldsmiths of several centuries ago. ...
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