Sidon
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Sidon

hunting; fishing; venison

Smith's Bible Dictionary
Sidon

the Greek form of the Phoenician name Zidon. [ZIDON, OR SIDON]

ATS Bible Dictionary
Sidon

In the Old Testament ZIDON, now called Saida, was celebrated city of Phoenicia, on the Mediterranean Sea, twenty miles north of Tyre and as many south of Beyroot. It is one of the most ancient cities in the world, Genesis 49:13, and is believed to have been founded by Zidon, the eldest son of Canaan, Genesis 10:15 49:13. In the time of Homer, the Zidonians were eminent for their trade and commerce, their wealth and prosperity, their skill in navigation, astronomy, architecture, and for their manufactures of glass, etc. They had then a commodious harbor, now choked with sand and inaccessible to any but the smallest vessels. Upon the division of Canaan among the tribes by Joshua, Great Zidon fell to the lot of Asher, Joshua 11:8 19:28; but that tribe never succeeded in obtaining possession, Jude 1:31 3:3:10:12.

The Zidonians continued long under their own government and kings, though sometimes tributary to the kings of Tyre. They were subdued successively by the Babyloniaus, Egyptians, Seleucidae, and Romans the latter of whom deprived them of their freedom. Many of the inhabitants of Sidon became followers of our Savior, Mark 3:8, and he himself visited their freedom. Many of them also resorted to him in Galilee, Luke 6:17. The gospel was proclaimed to the Jews at Sidon after the martyrdom of Stephen, Acts 11:19, and there was a Christian church there, when Paul visited it on his voyage to Rome, Acts 27:3.

It is at present, like most of the other Turkish towns in Syria, dirty and full of ruins, thought it still retains a little coasting trade, and has five thousand inhabitants. It incurred the judgments of God for its sins, Ezekiel 28:21-24, though less ruinously than Tyre. Our Savior refers to both cities, in reproaching the Jews as more highly favored and less excusable than they, Matthew 11:22. Saida occupies an elevated promontory, projecting into the sea, and defended by walls. Its environs watered by a stream from their beautiful gardens, and fruit trees of every kind.

Easton's Bible Dictionary
Fishing; fishery, Genesis 10:15, 19 (A.V. marg., Tzidon; R.V., Zidon); Matthew 11:21, 22; Luke 6:17. (see ZIDON.)
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
SIDON (2)

si'-don (tsidhon; Sidon; the King James Version, Sidon and Zidon; the Revised Version (British and American) SIDON only):

1. Location and Distinction:

One of the oldest Phoenician cities, situated on a narrow plain between the range of Lebanon and the sea, in latitude 33 degrees 34 minutes nearly. The plain is well watered and fertile, about 10 miles long, extending from a little North of Sarepta to the Bostrenus (Nahr el-'Auly). The ancient city was situated near the northern end of the plain, surrounded with a strong wall. It possessed two harbors, the northern one about 500 yds. long by 200 wide, well protected by little islets and a breakwater, and a southern about 600 by 400 yards, surrounded on three sides by land, but open to the West, and thus exposed in bad weather. The date of the founding of the city is unknown, but we find it mentioned in the Tell el-Amarna Letters in the 14th century B.C., and in Genesis 10:19 it is the chief city of the Canaanites, and Joshua (Joshua 11:8) calls it Great Sidon. It led all the Phoenician cities in its early development of maritime affairs, its sailors being the first to launch out into the open sea out of sight of land and to sail by night, guiding themselves by the stars. They were the first to come into contact with the Greeks and we find the mention of them several times in Homer, while other Phoenician towns are not noticed. Sidon became early distinguished for its manufactures and the skill of its artisans, such as beautiful metal-work in silver and bronze and textile fabrics embroidered and dyed with the famous purple dye which became known as Tyrian, but which was earlier produced at Sidon. Notices of these choice articles are found in Homer, both in the Iliad and the Odyssey. Sidon had a monarchical form of government, as did all the Phoenician towns, but it also held a sort of hegemony over those to the South as far as the limit of Phoenicia. It likewise made one attempt to establish an inland colony at Laish or Dan, near the headwaters of the Jordan, but this ended in disaster (Judges 18:7, 27, 28). The attempt was not renewed, but many colonies were established over-sea. Citium, in Cyprus, was one of the earliest.

2. Historical:

(1) The independence of Sidon was lost when the kings of the XVIIIth and XIXth Dynasties of Egypt added Palestine and Syria to their dominions (1580-1205 B.C.). The kings of Sidon were allowed to remain on the throne as long as they paid tribute, and perhaps still exercised authority over the towns that had before been subject to them. When the power of Egypt declined under Amenhotep IV (1375-1358), the king of Sidon seems to have thrown off the yoke, as appears from the Tell el-Amarna Letters. Rib-addi of Gebal writes to the king of Egypt that Zimrida, king of Sidon, had joined the enemy, but Zimrida himself claims, in the letters he wrote, to be loyal, declaring that the town belonging to him had been taken by the Khabiri (Tab. 147). Sidon, with the other towns, eventually became independent of Egypt, and she retained the hegemony of the southern towns and perhaps added Dor, claimed by the Philistines, to her dominion. This may have been the reason for the war that took place about the middle of the 12th century B.C., in which the Philistines took and plundered Sidon, whose inhabitants fled to Tyre and gave the latter a great impetus. Sidon, however, recovered from the disaster and became powerful again. The Book of Judges claims that Israel was oppressed by Sidon (10:12), but it is probable Sidon stands here for Phoenicia in general, as being the chief town.

(2) Sidon submitted to the Assyrian kings as did the Phoenician cities generally, but revolted against Sennacherib and again under Esar-haddon. The latter destroyed a large part of the city and carried off most of the inhabitants, replacing them by captives from Babylon and Elam, and renamed it Ir-Esar-had-don ("City of Esar-haddon"). The settlers readily mingled with the Phoenicians, and Sidon rose to power again when Assyria fell, was besieged by Nebuchadnezzar at the time of his siege of Jerusalem and Tyre, and was taken, having lost about half of its inhabitants by plague. The fall of Babylon gave another short period of independence, but the Persians gained control without difficulty, and Sidon was prominent in the Persian period as the leading naval power among the Phoenicians who aided their suzerain in his attacks upon Greece. In 351 B.C., Sidon rebelled under Tabnit II (Tennes), and called in the aid of Greek mercenaries to the number of 10,000; but Ochus, the Persian king, marched against him with a force of 300,000 infantry and 30,000 horse, which so frightened Tabnit that he betrayed the city to save his own life. But the citizens, learning of the treachery, first burned their fleet and then their houses, perishing with their wives and children rather than fall into the hands of Ochus, who butchered all whom he seized, Tabnit among them. It is said that 40,000 perished in the flames. A list of the kings of Sidon in the Persian period has been recovered from the inscriptions and the coins, but the dates of their reigns are not accurately known. The dynasty of the known kings begins with Esmunazar I, followed by Tabnit I, Amastoreth; Esmunazar II, Strato I (Bodastart), Tabnit II (Tennes) and Strato II. Inscriptions from the temple of Esmun recently discovered give the name of a Bodastart and a son Yatonmelik, but whether the first is one of the Stratos above mentioned or a third is uncertain; also whether the son ever reigned or not. As Bodastart calls himself the grandson of Esmunazar, he is probably Strato I who reigned about 374-363 B.C., and hence, his grandfather, Esmunazar I, must have reigned in 400 B.C. or earlier. Strato II was on the throne when Alexander took possession of Phoenicia and made no resistance to him, and even aided him in the siege of Tyre, which shows that Sidon had recovered after the terrible disaster it suffered in the time of Ochus. It perhaps looked upon the advance of Alexander with content as its avenger. The destruction of Tyre increased the importance of Sidon, and after the death of Alexander it became attached to the kingdom of the Ptolemies and remained so until the victory of Antiochus III over Scopas (198 B.C.), when it passed to the Seleucids and from them to the Romans, who granted it a degree of autonomy with native magistrates and a council, and it was allowed to coin money in bronze.

3. New Testament Mention:

Sidon comes into view several times in the New Testament; first when Christ passed into the borders of Tyre and Sidon and healed the daughter of the Syro-phoenician woman (Mark 7:24-30); also when Herod Agrippa I received a delegation from Tyre and Sidon at Caesarea (Acts 12:20), where it appears to have been outside his jurisdiction. Paul, on his way to Rome, was permitted to visit some friends at Sidon (Acts 27:3). See also Matthew 11:21 and Mark 3:8.

It was noted for its school of philosophy under Augustus and Tiberius, its inhabitants being largely Greek; and when Berytus was destroyed by an earthquake in 551, its great law school was removed to Sidon. It was not of great importance during the Crusades, being far surpassed by Acre, and in modern times it is a small town of some 15,000.

LITERATURE.

See PHOENICIA.

H. Porter

SIDON (1)

si'-don (tsidhon): The oldest son of Canaan (Genesis 10:15).

Greek
4605. Sidon -- Sidon, a maritime city of Phoenicia
... 4604, 4605. Sidon. 4606 . Sidon, a maritime city of Phoenicia. Part of Speech:
Noun, Feminine Transliteration: Sidon Phonetic Spelling ...
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4606. Sidonios -- of Sidon
... of Sidon. Part of Speech: Adjective Transliteration: Sidonios Phonetic Spelling:
(sid-o'-nee-os) Short Definition: Sidonian Definition: Sidonian, inhabitant of ...
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4558. Sarepta -- Sarepta, a city near Sidon
... Sarepta, a city near Sidon. Part of Speech: Noun, Neuter Transliteration: Sarepta
Phonetic Spelling: (sar'-ep-tah) Short Definition: Zarephath Definition ...
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Strong's Hebrew
6722. Tsidoni -- an inhabitant of Sidon
... Tsidoni. 6723 . an inhabitant of Sidon. Transliteration: Tsidoni Phonetic Spelling:
(tsee-do-nee') Short Definition: Sidonians. ... Sidonian, of Sidon, Zidonian. ...
/hebrew/6722.htm - 6k

6886. Tsarephath -- "smelting place," a city South of Sidon
... Tsarephath. 6887 . "smelting place," a city South of Sidon. Transliteration:
Tsarephath Phonetic Spelling: (tsaq-ref-ath') Short Definition: Zarephath. ...
/hebrew/6886.htm - 6k

4956. Misrephoth Mayim -- "burning of water," a place in Isr. ...
... probably near Sidon. Transliteration: Misrephoth Mayim Phonetic Spelling:
(mis-ref-ohth' mah'-yim) Short Definition: Misrephoth-maim. ...
/hebrew/4956.htm - 6k

856. Ethbaal -- "with Baal," a king of Sidon
... 855b, 856. Ethbaal. 857 . "with Baal," a king of Sidon. Transliteration: Ethbaal
Phonetic Spelling: (eth-bah'-al) Short Definition: Ethbaal. ...
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6721. Tsidon -- a Phoenician city on the Mediterranean coast, also ...
... a Phoenician city on the Mediterranean coast, also a son of Canaan. Transliteration:
Tsidon or Tsidon Phonetic Spelling: (tsee-done') Short Definition: Sidon. ...
/hebrew/6721.htm - 6k

Library

To Damianus, Bishop of Sidon.
... Letters of the Blessed Theodoret, XLIX. To Damianus, Bishop of Sidon. ... Footnotes:
[1695] At Chalcedon Damianus of Sidon voted for the deposition of Dioscorus. ...
/.../the ecclesiastical history of theodoret/xlix to damianus bishop of.htm

Peter in Sidon.
... Homily VII. Chapter VI."Peter in Sidon. And as Peter entered Sidon, they
brought many in couches, and laid them before him. And ...
/.../unknown/the clementine homilies/chapter vi peter in sidon.htm

Peter Departs for Sidon.
... Homily VII. Chapter V."Peter Departs for Sidon. After Peter had spent a few days
in teaching them in this way, and in healing them, they were baptized. ...
/.../unknown/the clementine homilies/chapter v peter departs for sidon.htm

Concerning the Canaanitish Woman. Meaning of the "Borders of Tyre ...
... 16. Concerning the Canaanitish Woman. Meaning of the "Borders of Tyre and Sidon.".
"And Jesus went out thence and withdrew into the parts of Tyre and Sidon. ...
/.../16 concerning the canaanitish woman.htm

On the Words of the Gospel, Matt. xv. 21,"Jesus Went Out Thence ...
... On the words of the Gospel, Matt. xv. 21,"Jesus went out thence, and withdrew into
the parts of Tyre and Sidon. And behold, a Canaanitish woman," etc. [LXXVII. ...
/.../sermons on selected lessons of the new testament/sermon xxvii on the words.htm

Why for the People of Tyre and Sidon, who Would have Believed, the ...
... A Treatise on the gift of perseverance, Chapter 23."Why for the People of Tyre and
Sidon, Who Would Have Believed, the Miracles Were Not Done Which Were Done ...
/.../augustine/anti-pelagian writings/chapter 23 why for the people.htm

And Jesus Went Out Again from the Borders of Tyre and Sidon...
... The Text of the Diatessaron. Section XXI. And Jesus went out again from
the borders of Tyre and Sidon� [1] [1479] And Jesus went ...
/.../hogg/the diatessaron of tatian/section xxi and jesus went.htm

It May be Objected that the People of Tyre and Sidon Might, if ...
... A Treatise on the gift of perseverance, Chapter 24 [X.]"It May Be Objected that
The People of Tyre and Sidon Might, If They Had Heard, Have Believed, and ...
/.../augustine/anti-pelagian writings/chapter 24 x it may be.htm

A Description of the Sea-Coast, Out of Pliny and Strabo.
... Then the towns, Enhydra, Sarepta, and Ornithon; and Sidon, the artist of
glass, and the mother of Thebes in Boeotia.". Strabo goes ...
/.../lightfoot/from the talmud and hebraica/chapter 10 a description of.htm

Acts XXVII
... (3) "And the next day we landed at Sidon: and Julius, treating Paul humanely, permitted
him to go to the friends, and partake of their kindness." Here we learn ...
/.../mcgarvey/a commentary on acts of the apostles/acts xxvii.htm

Thesaurus
Sidon (35 Occurrences)
... Fishing; fishery, Genesis 10:15, 19 (AV marg., Tzidon; RV, Zidon); Matthew 11:21,
22; Luke 6:17. (see ZIDON.). Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia. SIDON (2). ...
/s/sidon.htm - 25k

Zarephath (4 Occurrences)
... for the refining and smelting of metals", a small Phoenician town, now Surafend,
about a mile from the coast, almost midway on the road between Tyre and Sidon. ...
/z/zarephath.htm - 11k

Zidon (25 Occurrences)
... 27:8; 28:21, 22; 32:30; Joel 3:4). Our Lord visited the "coasts" of Tyre and Zidon =
Sidon (qv), Matthew 15:21; Mark 7:24; Luke 4:26; and from this region many ...
/z/zidon.htm - 17k

Misrephoth-maim (2 Occurrences)
... various tribes, which were confederated under Jabin, after their defeat at the waters
of Merom (Joshua 11:8). It follows the mention of great Sidon, as though ...
/m/misrephoth-maim.htm - 9k

Rehob (12 Occurrences)
... This would suit all the requirements of the capital, Beth-rehob, which might then
be the second Rehob, assigned as part of the territory of Sidon to the tribe ...
/r/rehob.htm - 13k

Misrephothmaim (2 Occurrences)
... various tribes, which were confederated under Jabin, after their defeat at the waters
of Merom (Joshua 11:8). It follows the mention of great Sidon, as though ...
/m/misrephothmaim.htm - 9k

District (59 Occurrences)
... sick, (See NAS). Matthew 15:21 Jesus went out from there, and withdrew into
the region of Tyre and Sidon. (See NAS RSV). Matthew 15 ...
/d/district.htm - 24k

Mearah (1 Occurrence)
... A cave, a place in the northern boundary of Palestine (Joshua 13:4). This may be
the cave of Jezzin in Lebanon, 10 miles east of Sidon, on the Damascus road ...
/m/mearah.htm - 7k

Blastus (1 Occurrence)
... Blastos, "shoot"): The chamberlain of Herod Agrippa I, whose services as an
intermediary between them and the king were gained by the people of Tyre and Sidon. ...
/b/blastus.htm - 7k

Arvad (2 Occurrences)
... Phoenician cities, from Mt. Cassius to the northern limits of Lebanon,
something like that of Sidon in the South. It had its own ...
/a/arvad.htm - 11k

Concordance
Sidon (35 Occurrences)

Matthew 11:21
"Woe to you, Chorazin! Woe to you, Bethsaida! For if the mighty works had been done in Tyre and Sidon which were done in you, they would have repented long ago in sackcloth and ashes.
(WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Matthew 11:22
But I tell you, it will be more tolerable for Tyre and Sidon on the day of judgment than for you.
(WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Matthew 15:21
Jesus went out from there, and withdrew into the region of Tyre and Sidon.
(WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Mark 3:8
from Jerusalem, from Idumaea, beyond the Jordan, and those from around Tyre and Sidon. A great multitude, hearing what great things he did, came to him.
(WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Mark 7:24
From there he arose, and went away into the borders of Tyre and Sidon. He entered into a house, and didn't want anyone to know it, but he couldn't escape notice.
(WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT RSV)

Mark 7:31
Again he departed from the borders of Tyre and Sidon, and came to the sea of Galilee, through the midst of the region of Decapolis.
(WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Luke 4:26
Elijah was sent to none of them, except to Zarephath, in the land of Sidon, to a woman who was a widow.
(WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Luke 6:17
He came down with them, and stood on a level place, with a crowd of his disciples, and a great number of the people from all Judea and Jerusalem, and the sea coast of Tyre and Sidon, who came to hear him and to be healed of their diseases;
(WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Luke 10:13
"Woe to you, Chorazin! Woe to you, Bethsaida! For if the mighty works had been done in Tyre and Sidon which were done in you, they would have repented long ago, sitting in sackcloth and ashes.
(WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Luke 10:14
But it will be more tolerable for Tyre and Sidon in the judgment than for you.
(WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Acts 12:20
Now Herod was very angry with the people of Tyre and Sidon. They came with one accord to him, and, having made Blastus, the king's personal aide, their friend, they asked for peace, because their country depended on the king's country for food.
(WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Acts 27:3
The next day, we touched at Sidon. Julius treated Paul kindly, and gave him permission to go to his friends and refresh himself.
(WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Genesis 10:15
Canaan became the father of Sidon (his firstborn), Heth,
(WEB KJV ASV DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Genesis 10:19
The border of the Canaanites was from Sidon, as you go toward Gerar, to Gaza; as you go toward Sodom, Gomorrah, Admah, and Zeboiim, to Lasha.
(WEB KJV ASV DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Genesis 49:13
"Zebulun will dwell at the haven of the sea. He will be for a haven of ships. His border will be on Sidon.
(WEB ASV DBY NAS RSV NIV)

Joshua 11:8
Yahweh delivered them into the hand of Israel, and they struck them, and chased them to great Sidon, and to Misrephoth Maim, and to the valley of Mizpeh eastward. They struck them until they left them none remaining.
(WEB ASV NAS RSV NIV)

Joshua 19:28
and Ebron, Rehob, Hammon, and Kanah, even to great Sidon.
(WEB ASV NAS RSV NIV)

Judges 1:31
Asher didn't drive out the inhabitants of Acco, nor the inhabitants of Sidon, nor of Ahlab, nor of Achzib, nor of Helbah, nor of Aphik, nor of Rehob;
(WEB ASV DBY NAS RSV NIV)

Judges 10:6
The children of Israel again did that which was evil in the sight of Yahweh, and served the Baals, and the Ashtaroth, and the gods of Syria, and the gods of Sidon, and the gods of Moab, and the gods of the children of Ammon, and the gods of the Philistines; and they forsook Yahweh, and didn't serve him.
(WEB ASV DBY NAS RSV NIV)

Judges 18:28
There was no deliverer, because it was far from Sidon, and they had no dealings with any man; and it was in the valley that lies by Beth Rehob. They built the city, and lived therein.
(WEB ASV DBY NAS RSV NIV)

2 Samuel 24:6
then they came to Gilead, and to the land of Tahtim Hodshi; and they came to Dan Jaan, and around to Sidon,
(WEB ASV DBY NAS RSV NIV)

1 Kings 17:9
"Arise, go to Zarephath, which belongs to Sidon, and stay there. Behold, I have commanded a widow there to sustain you."
(WEB ASV NAS RSV NIV)

1 Chronicles 1:13
Canaan became the father of Sidon his firstborn, and Heth,
(WEB ASV NAS RSV NIV)

Ezra 3:7
They gave money also to the masons, and to the carpenters; and food, and drink, and oil, to them of Sidon, and to them of Tyre, to bring cedar trees from Lebanon to the sea, to Joppa, according to the grant that they had of Cyrus king of Persia.
(WEB ASV NAS NIV)

Isaiah 23:2
Be still, you inhabitants of the coast, you whom the merchants of Sidon, that pass over the sea, have replenished.
(WEB ASV DBY NAS RSV NIV)

Isaiah 23:4
Be ashamed, Sidon; for the sea has spoken, the stronghold of the sea, saying, "I have not travailed, nor brought forth, neither have I nourished young men, nor brought up virgins."
(WEB ASV DBY NAS RSV NIV)

Isaiah 23:12
He said, "You shall rejoice no more, you oppressed virgin daughter of Sidon. Arise, pass over to Kittim. Even there you will have no rest."
(WEB ASV DBY NAS RSV NIV)

Jeremiah 25:22
and all the kings of Tyre, and all the kings of Sidon, and the kings of the isle which is beyond the sea;
(WEB ASV NAS RSV NIV)

Jeremiah 27:3
and send them to the king of Edom, and to the king of Moab, and to the king of the children of Ammon, and to the king of Tyre, and to the king of Sidon, by the hand of the messengers who come to Jerusalem to Zedekiah king of Judah;
(WEB ASV NAS RSV NIV)

Jeremiah 47:4
because of the day that comes to destroy all the Philistines, to cut off from Tyre and Sidon every helper who remains: for Yahweh will destroy the Philistines, the remnant of the isle of Caphtor.
(WEB ASV DBY NAS RSV NIV)

Ezekiel 27:8
The inhabitants of Sidon and Arvad were your rowers: your wise men, Tyre, were in you, they were your pilots.
(WEB JPS ASV NAS RSV NIV)

Ezekiel 28:21
Son of man, set your face toward Sidon, and prophesy against it,
(WEB ASV NAS RSV NIV)

Ezekiel 28:22
and say, Thus says the Lord Yahweh: Behold, I am against you, Sidon; and I will be glorified in the midst of you; and they shall know that I am Yahweh, when I shall have executed judgments in her, and shall be sanctified in her.
(WEB ASV NAS RSV NIV)

Joel 3:4
"Yes, and what are you to me, Tyre, and Sidon, and all the regions of Philistia? Will you repay me? And if you repay me, I will swiftly and speedily return your repayment on your own head.
(WEB ASV NAS RSV NIV)

Zechariah 9:2
and Hamath, also, which borders on it; Tyre and Sidon, because they are very wise.
(WEB ASV NAS RSV NIV)

Subtopics

Sidon

Sidon: A City on the Northern Boundary of the Canaanites

Sidon: A City on the Northern Boundary of the Canaanites was on the Northern Boundary of the Tribe of Asher

Sidon: A City on the Northern Boundary of the Canaanites: Ahab Marries a Woman of

Sidon: A City on the Northern Boundary of the Canaanites: Belonged to the Land of Israel According to a Promise

Sidon: A City on the Northern Boundary of the Canaanites: Commerce of

Sidon: A City on the Northern Boundary of the Canaanites: Inhabitants of, Lived in Security and Without a Worry

Sidon: A City on the Northern Boundary of the Canaanites: Inhabitants of, offend Herod Agrippa I

Sidon: A City on the Northern Boundary of the Canaanites: Israelites Failed to Make Conquest of

Sidon: A City on the Northern Boundary of the Canaanites: People of, Come to Hear Jesus

Sidon: A City on the Northern Boundary of the Canaanites: Prophecies Concerning

Sidon: A City on the Northern Boundary of the Canaanites: Solomon Marries Women of

Sidon: A City on the Northern Boundary of the Canaanites: The Sailors of

Sidon: A City on the Northern Boundary of the Canaanites: Visited by Paul

Sidon: Also Called Zidon: Son of Canaan

Sidon: Designated by Jacob As the Border of the Tribe of Zebulun

Sidon: Jesus Visits the Region of, and Heals the Daughter of the Non-Jewish, Syro-Phoenician Woman

Sidon: The Inhabitants of, Contributed Cedar for the First and Second Temple

Related Terms

Zarephath (4 Occurrences)

Zidon (25 Occurrences)

Misrephoth-maim (2 Occurrences)

Rehob (12 Occurrences)

Misrephothmaim (2 Occurrences)

District (59 Occurrences)

Mearah (1 Occurrence)

Blastus (1 Occurrence)

Arvad (2 Occurrences)

Acco (2 Occurrences)

Heth (13 Occurrences)

Trade (33 Occurrences)

Region (96 Occurrences)

Tyre (59 Occurrences)

Vicinity (18 Occurrences)

Korazin (2 Occurrences)

Neighbourhood (9 Occurrences)

Judging (141 Occurrences)

Judgement (68 Occurrences)

Thence (152 Occurrences)

Tolerable (6 Occurrences)

Repented (49 Occurrences)

Era

Endurable (5 Occurrences)

Dan-jaan (1 Occurrence)

Dora

Dor (7 Occurrences)

Miracles (65 Occurrences)

Performed (110 Occurrences)

Borders (104 Occurrences)

Mighty (514 Occurrences)

Coastland (6 Occurrences)

Chorazin (2 Occurrences)

Woe (102 Occurrences)

Ashes (44 Occurrences)

Achzib (4 Occurrences)

Ago (61 Occurrences)

Arvadites (1 Occurrence)

Sackcloth (47 Occurrences)

Sidonians (16 Occurrences)

Regions (22 Occurrences)

Phenicia (1 Occurrence)

None (573 Occurrences)

Border (233 Occurrences)

Nourished (29 Occurrences)

Coasts (58 Occurrences)

Isle (15 Occurrences)

Commerce (3 Occurrences)

Asher (43 Occurrences)

Departed (270 Occurrences)

Phoenicians

Phoenicia (6 Occurrences)

Money (284 Occurrences)

Better (218 Occurrences)

Kittim (8 Occurrences)

Supply (40 Occurrences)

Judaea (45 Occurrences)

Works (379 Occurrences)

Friends (152 Occurrences)

Provide (74 Occurrences)

Dan (71 Occurrences)

Syria (73 Occurrences)

Survivors (49 Occurrences)

Lebanon (66 Occurrences)

Reached (152 Occurrences)

Bethsaida (7 Occurrences)

Widow (71 Occurrences)

Large (235 Occurrences)

Crowd (166 Occurrences)

Canaanites (63 Occurrences)

Boats (11 Occurrences)

Coast (70 Occurrences)

Hittites (39 Occurrences)

Ezekiel (4 Occurrences)

Judgment (430 Occurrences)

Multitude (352 Occurrences)

Vast (54 Occurrences)

Zar'ephath (4 Occurrences)

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