Byblus
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BYBLUS

bib'-lus.

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Peter Goes to Byblus and Tripolis.
... Homily VII. Chapter XII."Peter Goes to Byblus and Tripolis. As he said
these things, all fell on their knees before his feet. ...
/.../unknown/the clementine homilies/chapter xii peter goes to byblus.htm

Dedication
... DEDICATION. TO THE PURE SOUL OF MY SISTER HENRIETTE. Who Died at Byblus
on the 24th of September, 1861. Dost thou recall, from the ...
//christianbookshelf.org/renan/the life of jesus/dedication.htm

Index.
... Constantius Aug. VIII, Julianus Cæsar I; the same governor Maximus the Elder of
Nicæa, Præfect of Egypt, who was succeeded by Cataphronius of Byblus. ...
/.../athanasius/select works and letters or athanasius/index 2.htm

The Real Nature and Purpose of the Old Testament
... As is well known, our English word Bible came originally from the Papyrus or Byblus
reed, the pith of which was widely used in antiquity as the material from ...
/.../the origin and permanent value of the old testament/ii the real nature and.htm

Peter's Arrival at Tripolis.
... Now, as Peter was entering Tripolis, [1085] the people from Tyre and Sidon, Berytus
and Byblus, who were eager [1086] to get instruction, and many from the ...
/.../unknown/the clementine homilies/chapter i peters arrival at tripolis.htm

How the Gospels came to be Written
... [1] The name 'Bible' is derived from the Greek word 'Byblus,' ie 'Papyrus,'
the paper reed on which the New Testament was written. ...
/.../duff/the bible in its making/chapter xi how the gospels.htm

The Clementine Homilies
... Chapter X.--Simon is Driven Away. Chapter XI.--The Way of Salvation. Chapter
XII.--Peter Goes to Byblus and Tripolis. Homily VIII. ...
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Of the [Temple And] Cities that were Built by Herod and Erected ...
... He built palaces for exercise at Tripoli, and Damascus, and Ptolemais; he built
a wall about Byblus, as also large rooms, and cloisters, and temples, and market ...
/.../chapter 21 of the temple.htm

The Apology of Aristides as it is Preserved in the History of ...
... He was slain by his own brother Typhon; and therefore Isis with Horos her son fled
for refuge to Byblus in Syria, mourning for Osiris with bitter lamentation ...
/.../kay/the apology of aristides the philosopher/the apology of aristides as.htm

Narrative of Events at Alexandria in the Time of Lucius the Arian ...
... dicebantur. His præerat comes largitionum comitatensium.". [743] Beyrout,
between the ancient Byblus and Sidon. Near here St. George ...
/.../the ecclesiastical history of theodoret/chapter xix narrative of events at.htm

Thesaurus
Byblus
Byblus. By, Byblus. Bye . Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia BYBLUS.
bib'-lus. See GEBAL. By, Byblus. Bye . Reference Bible.
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By (30426 Occurrences)

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Gebal (3 Occurrences)
... GEBAL. ge'-bal (gebhal, "border"; Bublos, and Biblos; Byblus, modern Jebeil): (1)
An ancient Phoenician city, situated on a bluff of the foothills of Lebanon ...
/g/gebal.htm - 11k

Botrys
... bot'-ris (Botrus; modern Batrun): A town of Phoenicia on the coast some miles North
of Gebal (Byblus) on the southern side of the bold promontory called in ...
/b/botrys.htm - 6k

Bye (1 Occurrence)

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Lebanon (66 Occurrences)
... the depredations of man and his domestic animals, he crosses by turns at higher
and higher levels the headwaters of the Ibrahim, Fedar, Jozeh, Byblus and the ...
/l/lebanon.htm - 45k

Phoenicians
... The first is the Phoenician History of Sanchoniathon, of Beirut, which Philo of
Byblus claims to have translated from the Phoenician original. ...
/p/phoenicians.htm - 38k

Phoenicia (6 Occurrences)
... The first is the Phoenician History of Sanchoniathon, of Beirut, which Philo of
Byblus claims to have translated from the Phoenician original. ...
/p/phoenicia.htm - 40k

Tyre (59 Occurrences)
... of Egypt, Tyre regained her independence and exercised the hegemony over most of
the Phoenician towns, at least as far North as Gebal (Byblus), as appears in ...
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