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  Ebla - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ebla in the third millennium BC The name "Ebla" means "White Rock", and refers to the limestone outcrop on which the city was built.
During the next three centuries, Ebla reached again a relevant economic position, possibly with the nearby city of Urshu, as is documented by economic texts from Drehem (a suburb of Nippur), and from findings in Kultepe/Kanesh.
Ebla in the second millennium BC Several centuries after its destruction by the Akkadians, Ebla managed to recover some of its importance, and had a second apogee lasting from about 1850 to 1600 BC.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ebla   (845 words)

 c. Ebla and Mari. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
At its height Ebla controlled the region, from the Orontes to Mari as far north as Carchemish, and held hegemony over a much larger area, from Kanesh in Anatolia to the northern border of Palestine.
Ebla's king (malikum), was originally the elected head of an oligarchy made up of the provincial governors, who were the real power in the land.
Ebla recovered, although little is known of its history except that it suffered another destruction around 2000.
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 Syria Gate - Ebla by: Carol Miller
Ebla, one of the most interesting and far-reaching among them all, has yielded invaluable archaeological material, including palaces, library, temples, a strongly fortified city-wall, and subterranean tombs analogous to those found slightly later in Ugarit, all of which indicate the city's ascendance, collapse and revival as an important urban center.
Ebla was again sacked by the advance of the Hittite armies, under Murshili I or Hattusili I, c.
Ebla's importance, however, and its impact on the archaeological assessment of a long period of cultural history over a wide geographical area, can never be overestimated.
www.syriagate.com /Syria/about/cities/Idlib/ebla-cm.htm   (1367 words)

 Ebla: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The king ibbit-lim (ca 2000 b.c.) of ebla in syria is represented in a fragmentary basalt bust found in 1968 now at the museum in aleppo, where most...
Ebla's first apogee was between 2400 24th century BC quick summary:
Alalakh is the name of an ancient city and its associated city-state of the amuq river valley, located in the hatay region of southern turkey near the city...
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/e/eb/ebla.htm   (2730 words)

 Saudi Aramco World : Ebla to Damascus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ebla to Damascus follows the thread of this movement, focusing attention on urban cultures from the third millennium B.C. through the first millennium A.D. Objects represent each major cultural epoch from the origins of agriculture to the rise of Islam.
The excavation of Ebla yielded a vast archive of clay tablets that preserved a detailed record of the life of the city, revealing a previously unknown kingdom with a civilization as complex, sophisticated and well-organized as any in south Mesopotamia, and demolishing the notion that Early Dynastic civilization existed only in that area and Egypt.
Ebla to Damascus describes, through artifacts, the beginnings of writing, trade practices, and cross-cultural ties, spanning the 10,000 years between the first instance of settled life in 9,000 B.C. to the Islamic era.
www.saudiaramcoworld.com /issue/198701/ebla.to.damascus.htm   (1833 words)

 Sumeria and Ebla   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Part of Ebla's prosperity stemmed from its agricultural hinterland, in the rich plain of northern Syria, where barley, wheat, olives, figs, grapes, pomegranates, and flax were grown and cattle, sheep, goats, and pigs were raised.
The religion of Ebla was polytheistic and primarily Canaanite.
Although Sargon of Akkad’ s claim to have conquered Ebla was cast in doubt by the discoveries in the excavations, the fire that destroyed the city was probably the result of an attack by Sargon's grandson Naram-Sin (c.
ragz-international.com /ebla.htm   (780 words)

 Ebla - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Ebla, ancient city of northern Syria, discovered in 1968 by the Italian archaeologist Paolo Matthiae at Tell Mardīkh, a 56-hectare (140-acre) mound...
One of the most exciting finds of recent years was the discovery in August 1973 of the sunken hull of the Civil War ship U.S.S. Monitor, the ironclad vessel built by Union forces and used in a great sea battle in March 1862 against the Confederate ironclad ship, the Merrimack.
Archaeologists have announced the details of an extraordinary event-the discovery of a previously unknown ancient Near Eastern civilization, which may prove to be of great significance to biblical studies.
ca.encarta.msn.com /Ebla.html   (153 words)

 Syria Gate - About Syria - Idlib - Ebla
Ebla the ancient city found at Tell Mardikh is one of the most important archaeological discoveries in Syria.
Ebla has been mentioned as one of the cities conquered in 2250 BC by the Akkadians from Mesopotamia under Naram Sin.
Ebla flourished greatly between 2400 and 2250 BC, as a trading city with a sophisticated economic and social system.
www.syriagate.com /Syria/about/cities/Idlib/ebla.htm   (455 words)

 Ebla Tablets   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ebla (Tell Mardikh) is one of the most important excavations in Syria.
Written in the cuneiform characters originated by the Sumerians of Mesopotamia, adapted to the language of Ebla's Semitic inhabitants, the tablets show the city to have been an important commercial center ruled by a merchant aristocracy with an elected king.
The Ebla tablets are important because they includes the name of cities and people that appear in the Old Testament, and therefore provide evidence for the historical accuracy of the Bible.
www.digonsite.com /drdig/neareast/8.html   (309 words)

 farahaid   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ebla - 18 years old - has been promised in marriage to Giumaleh - 48 years old - by her grandfather in exchange for camels.
18 Ebla and Awill are married by the Sheikh.
Ebla feels guilty; she feels her marriage to Tiffo was her one mistake.
web.udl.es /usuaris/m0163949/farahaid.htm   (722 words)

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 Saudi Aramco World : Ebla: City of the White Stones   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Because the name "Ebla" was mentioned twice in the inscription, Professor Pettinato postulated that Tell Mardikh, was identical to the ancient Ebla - a place mentioned obscurely in Akkadian and Assyrian records.
From those tablets the archeologists concluded that Ebla was a flourishing kingdom in the third millennium B.C. that was apparently a commercial and political rival to the powerful states of Mesopotamia.
Ebla also seems to have traded with civilizations in Anatolia, Palestina and western Iran, made treaties with its neighbors, and conquered the powerful city-state of Mari in Mesopotamia.
www.saudiaramcoworld.com /issue/197802/ebla-city.of.the.white.stones.htm   (2622 words)

 Ibbit-Lim - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The king Ibbit-Lim (ca 2000 B.C.) of Ebla in Syria is represented in a fragmentary basalt bust found in 1968 now at the Museum in Aleppo, where most of the findings from Ebla are kept.
The votive statue bears a cuneiform inscription to Ishtar inscription of Ibbit Lim, an Amorite prince of Ebla, on its shoulder was the first evidence permitting the identification of the Tell with the ancient city of Ebla, whose location had been lost.
A reasonable suggestion is that he ruled in Ebla as king of Mari at a time of Amorite domination of Ebla, thus placing the city under Mari's control.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ibbit-Lim   (215 words)

 History of Olive Oil :: Zirtoon - Extra Virgin Cold Pressed Olive Oil - Syria
The kingdom of Ebla is located on the outskirts of the Syrian city Aleppo.
The interesting thing about Ebla, is that there was a library of clay tablets that had been perfectly preserved by having been baked in the fire that destroyed the palace.
Ebla, the first civilization proven to have known olive oil, offered the golden liquid to their gods.
www.oliveoilsyria.com /history.htm   (925 words)

 Ebla on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
EBLA [Ebla], an ancient city located in N Syria 34 mi (55 km) S of Aleppo.
One of Ebla's earliest dynasties ruled from about 2400 BC to 2250 BC and was probably destroyed by Naram-Sin of Akkad.
Ebla flourished again (2000-1800 BC), but was unable to regain its former power.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/E/Ebla.asp   (482 words)

The most important feature of the Ebla tablets, discovered by archaeologists in 1975 and which have been the subject of much research and debate ever since, is that they contain the names of three prophets referred to in holy scriptures.
Historians analyzed the Ebla tablets from this perspective, and this major discovery regarding the Prophet Abraham and his mission became the subject of research with regard to the history of religions.
The history of Ebla and the Ebla tablets which came to light after some 4,500 years actually point to one major truth: God sent messengers to Ebla, as He did to every community, and these called their peoples to the true religion.
www.designanduniverse.com /articles/ebla_tablets.php   (1014 words)

 Ebla - TheBestLinks.com - Akkad, Egypt, Enki, Lebanon, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ebla, Akkad, Egypt, Enki, Lebanon, Mesopotamia, Semitic languages, Syria, 1964...
During the next three centuries, Ebla reached again a relevant economic position, possibly with the nearby city of Urshu, as is documented by economic texts from Nippur/Drehem (a suburb of Nippur, and from findings in Kultepe/Kanesh.
Ebla - Tell Mardikh (http://digilander.libero.it/jimdigriz/jor_syr/ebla.html) with photos and plans of the digs (in Italian).
www.thebestlinks.com /Ebla.html   (828 words)

 de Ebla Ebla was an ancient city located in...
Ebla's first apogee was between 2400 2400 and 2240 BC 2240 BC; its name is mentioned in texts from Akkad Akkad around 2300 BC 2300 BC.
Ebla in the second millennium BC Several centuries after its destruction by the Akkadians, Ebla managed to recover some of its importance, and had a second apogee lasting from about 1850 1850 to 1600 BC 1600 BC.
Ebla is mentioned in texts from Alalakh Alalakh around 1750 BC 1750 BC.
www.biodatabase.de /Ebla   (887 words)

 AllRefer.com - Ebla (Ancient History, Middle East) - Encyclopedia
A vocabulary list matching words from the two languages was found among the tablets, which has allowed scholars to translate the previously unknown language of Eblaite.
The tablets relate mostly to economic matters, showing that Ebla was a major commercial center trading mostly in textiles, wood, and finished metals.
The documents have been taken to imply that Ebla had as many as 200,000 inhabitants and a government that was administered by 12,000 officials.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/E/Ebla.html   (366 words)

 Biblical Reliability in Archaeology - ChristianAnswers.Net
Although it is not possible to verify every incident in the Bible, the discoveries of archaeology since the mid 1800s have demonstrated the reliability and plausibility of the Bible narrative.
The discovery of the Ebla archive in northern Syria in the 1970s has shown the Biblical writings concerning the Patriarchs to be viable.
The name "Canaan" was in use in Ebla, a name critics once said was not used at that time and was used incorrectly in the early chapters of the Bible.
www.christiananswers.net /q-abr/abr-a008.html   (624 words)

 Ebla, Syria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Excavations in the Tel (hill in Arabic) have revealed a very old civilization considered to be the oldest in Syria, that of Ebla, which flourished in the 3rd and 2nd millenniums BC.
Clay tablets found in the palace have led archaeologists to conclude that Ebla was destroyed about 2250 BC.
In the palace of this great kingdom; Ebla's real treasure; a library of the Royal Archives containing more than 17,000 clay tablets was uncovered.
www.atlastours.net /syria/ebla.html   (173 words)

 Ether and Ebla - Ancient Mormon Doctrine Scholar Dr. Einar C. Erickson
The "Ebla script on these tablets is described as precise and ‘sophisticated,' an indication of the mature and well-established culture of the ancient Syrian capital." (Pettinato 1, p.
Ebla was a kingdom in Syria around 2400 BC, or right after the Great Flood, though the site may also have had a pre-flood history as well.
Ebla, at its peak, probably had a population of 260,000.
www.einarerickson.com /content/view/64/39   (2666 words)

 InfoHub Forums - Reply to Topic
Ebla was probably founded by people of Amorite descent, and reached the peak of its prosperity in the period 2400-2250 BC, bringing under its control most of the western part of northern Syria.
The last historical mention of Ebla is from 1450 BC when the Egyptian Pharaoh, Thutmose III recorded on a monument at Karnak that the Egyptian army marched through Ebla on its way to the Euphrates.
Ebla or Tall Mardikh is one of the most important Bronze Age sites discovered since the Second World War but it yields few of its secrets to the naked eye.
www.infohub.com /forums/newreply.php?do=newreply&p=9626   (429 words)

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 Theology of Daniel:
Location: Ebla is in the north of modern Syria, south of Aleppo.
Ebla proper: The city itself had a population of 260,000.
While some argue that Ebla was only a preeminent city-state in a federation (reacting to possible geographical exaggeration by Pettinato), it is generally considered to be a true empire.
www.homestead.com /danwagner/files/Ebla.htm   (1400 words)

 ABC Radio National: The Ark 22 August  2004  - Lost City at Ebla
The city of Ebla was known from Mesopotamian sources in Sumerian and in Akkadian, the Semitic language of Mesopotamia.
What we do get at Ebla, and this is where my own particular work is involved, is something very exciting, and that is, as I mentioned, the earliest attested Semitic language always gives us new information about grammatical forms and words, and tracing the history of words and so on.
But as far as we can see, goddesses are mentioned, but they seem to play only a secondary role as the consort to the main gods, or they’re mentioned in lists where their sacrifices were performed to such-and-such a goddess.
www.abc.net.au /rn/relig/ark/stories/s1177799.htm   (2264 words)

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