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  Musa - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Musa, one of three genera in the family Musaceae that includes bananas and plantains.
A Musa connector is a type of coaxial connector used in the telecommunications and video industries.
Jebel Musa, Morocco, a mountain known as one of the pillars of Hercules.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Musa   (191 words)

 YourArt.com >> Encyclopedia >> Musa   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Musa (Musaceae), one of three genera in the family Musaceae that includes bananas and plantains.
Musa of Darfur, a 17th century ruler of Darfur.
MUSA, the Mathematics Undergraduate Student Association at the University of California, Berkeley.
www.yourart.com /research/encyclopedia.cgi?subject=/Musa   (255 words)

 Jebel Musa - Mt. Sinai (BiblePlaces.com)
The monastery at the base of Jebel Musa preserves the tradition from the Byzantine period of identifying this as Mount Sinai.
Jebel Musa is Arabic for "the mountain of Moses." The mountain is ascended by 3700 steps carved by a monk (known as the "steps of repentance").
At the summit of Jebel Musa is the chapel to the Holy Trinity.
www.bibleplaces.com /jebelmusa.htm   (601 words)

 Mt. Sinai: ISBE 1 Reference
Northeast of this is Jebel Musa (7,370 ft.), which, though less high, is more conspicuous because of the open plain called er Rachah ("the wide") to its Northwest.
During Justinian's reign (527-565) the association of Sinai with Jebel Musa, the "mountain of Moses," became firmly established.
Southwest of Jebel Musa is the elevation known as Jebel Katerin, "Mt. of St. Catherine," which rises another 300 m.
www.ldolphin.org /sinaiisbe1.html   (2977 words)

 Jebel Musa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jebel Musa, also spelled Jabal Musa or Gebel Musa, means "Mountain of Moses".
Mount Sinai, also known as Jebel Musa, a mountain in the Sinai Desert which may be the Biblical Mount Sinai
This article consisting of geographical locations is a disambiguation page, a list of pages that otherwise might share the same title.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Jebel_Musa   (109 words)

 Mt. Sinai, Egypt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Sinai, also called Mt. Horeb and Jebel Musa (the 'Mountain of Moses') is the center of a greatly venerated pilgrimage destination that includes the Monastery of St. Catherine and the Burning Bush, Elijah's Plateau, and Plain of ar-Raaha.
The association of Jebel Musa with the Biblical Mt. Sinai seems to have first developed in the 3rd century AD when hermits living in caves on the mountain began to identify their mountain with the ancient holy peak.
The assumed identification of Jebel Musa with the Biblical Mt. Sinai was a powerful attraction to hermits and pilgrims of the early Christian era.
www.sacredsites.com /africa/egypt/mount_sinai.html   (1501 words)

 Mount Sinai, Archaeology in Israel
Robinson, travelling in the footsteps of Moses from the Nile Delta to the Holy Land in the year 1838, was accompanied to the Jebel Musa (Mount Sinai) by monks from the nearby St. Catherine Monastery and Bedouin guides.
The southern peak of this mountain is called Jebel Musa, or Mount Moses.
Jebel Musa is most generally identified as the place where Moses received the stone tablets, containing the Ten Commandments, from God.
www.jewishmag.com /33MAG/jebelmusa/jebelmusa.htm   (1456 words)

 Chapter 13
His flight maps showed this mountain to be in an almost semi-circular range, with a vast desert area around it as well as more than enough room for the encampment of perhaps a couple of million people along with their flocks and herds.
This peak was in a mountain range with numerous wide wadis, or canyons, within it which would have provided enough acreage for a tremendous number of people, along with their flocks and herds, to camp "within" the area and have the protection of the mountains all around them.
Jebel el Lawz had been declared a protected archaeological site soon after the 1985 trip, and it was now fenced in and carefully guarded.
www.pilgrimpromo.com /WAR/discovered/html/chapter13.htm   (11327 words)

 The Real Mt. Sinai and Exodus Highlights
The Mt. Sinai she and others have identified is Jebel Musa (Mountain of Moses), 7497 ft high.
Nearby to the southwest is Jebel Katherina, 8652 ft high, where the bodily remains of St. Catherine, a martyr from Alexandria AD 307 are believed to be interred.
Jebel Musa is a precipitous mountain too (Moses had to climb near the top of Mt. Sinai.
www.biblediscoveries.com /holyplaces1.html   (4482 words)

 Heidi Donat Photography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Sunrise and Moonset from Jebel Musa, Sinai Peninsula, Egypt
Jebel Musa (“Mountain of Moses” in Arabic) is actually a ridge, the highest point of which is 7498 ft. (2286 m) above sea level.
In the 4th century CE Helena, the mother of Emperor Constantine, identified this as the peak where Moses received from God the Ten Commandments, some three thousand years ago.
members.cox.net /hdonat/ME02Musa.html   (119 words)

 EGAD: Mount Sinai IV: Santa Katarina
Yesterday I went on at some length about my uncertainty over the relative arrangement of Jebel Katarina and Jebel Musa, and which one we were actually on.
The upshot is that I am now fairly certain that we were never on Jebel Katarina at all, and that the entire trail we used, and all the photos I've been displaying, are on Jebel Musa.
After having some breakfast and poking around for a bit on the summit of Jebel Musa, it was time to be moseying on down.
blog.lib.umn.edu /mill1974/EGAD/022642.html   (1208 words)

 Jebel Musa, Jordan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Jebel Musa, also called Mount Nebo, lies to the northwest of Madaba, Jordan and is the alleged site of the tomb of Moses.
A Portuguese Franciscan monk visited the site in 1564 but by then the buildings on the peak were ruined and abandoned, though a small church at Ayun Musa (Moses' Springs) in a valley to the north, was still in use.
Beginning in 1933, the Franciscan Biblical Institute of Jerusalem has conduced extensive excavations upon the summit of Jebel Musa, revealing the church and monastery described by the early pilgrims.
www.sacredsites.com /middle_east/jordan/jebel_musa.htm   (593 words)

 Ceuta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ceuta is dominated by a hill called Monte Hacho, on which there is a fort occupied by the Spanish army.
Monte Hacho is one of the possible locations for the southern Pillars of Hercules of Greek Legend, the other possibility being Jebel Musa.
Ceuta's strategic location has made it the crucial waypoint of many cultures' trade and military ventures — beginning with the Carthaginians in the 5th century BC (They called the city Abyla).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ceuta   (915 words)

 Bible Picture Library of PhotoArt
Mount Horeb 3) Sinai Ascent of the lower range of Sinai 4) Sinai Tending the sheep of his father-in-law, Jethro, Moses brought them into the desert pastures and in due course to Mount Horeb, or Sinai.
This has been identified with Jebel Musa (Mount of Moses).
(The Chapels) 6) Jebel Musa Jebel Musa wrapped in the mist of a violent storm recalls Exodus xix, 16 & 18: '..
www.cc-art.com /sampler/Photoart/html/sinaip2.HTM   (1035 words)

 Is Mt. Sinai in Saudi Arabia, by Gordon Franz
His candidate for Mt. Sinai was Jebel al-Lawz because it was the highest peak in the entire NW Saudi Arabian region (Noorbergen 1982: 157-174).
Jebel el-Lawz is the highest of the mountain in Midian ­ 8,465 feet ­ higher than any mountain in the Sinai Peninsula; but biblical Mt. Sinai need not be the highest mountain.
In the case of Jebel al-Lawz they might be concerned about sheep and goats knocking down the walls of the "v-shaped altar".
www.ldolphin.org /franz-sinai.html   (8994 words)

 Where is Mt. Sinai?
For over a thousand years, pilgrims have traveled to St. Catherine's Monastery at the foot of Jebel Musa, a 7,500-foot mountain on the Sinai Peninsula, and hiked to the top of the peak where they believe God revealed Himself to Moses.
The tradition associating Jebel Musa with the biblical Mt. Sinai only goes back to the fourth century, a considerable distance to be sure, but still 600 to 800 years later than when the Sinai tradition first emerged.
The open space at the base of the mountain, unlike Jebel Musa, could have supported the encampment of thousands of Israelites.
www.navpress.com /EPubs/DisplayArticle/3/3.9.75.html   (456 words)

 Sinai - International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
Evidently in his time Sinai was supposed to be one of the peaks of the great granitic block called et Tur--a term applying to any lofty mountain.
The highest tops in the Tih desert to the North are not much over 4,000 ft. Those in Midian, East of Elath, rise only to 4,200 ft. Even Jebel Serbal, 20 miles West of Sinai--a ridge with many crags, running 3 miles in length--is at its highest only 6,730 ft. above the sea.
Horeb is not recorded to have been visited by any of the Hebrews after Moses, except by Elijah (1 Kings 19:8) in a time of storm.
www.studylight.org /enc/isb/view.cgi?number=T8192   (1242 words)

 Mount Sinai Featured on PAX Television
New information seems to indicate that the real Mount Sinai is in Saudi Arabia, and interestingly enough, the Saudi Arabian Government has erected a chain link fence and closed down all geological and archaeological excavations on this mountain in the ancient land of Midian.
The traditional site called Jebel Musa, and located near Saint Catherine's Monastery, fails all of the historical, geographical and archaeological tests.
William Fry: Unknown to most people, the Jebel Musa site was selected solely on the opinion of one man, or perhaps we should say one man's mother.
www.arkdiscovery.com /MtSinaiPAX.htm   (2763 words)

 10. Mt. Sinai   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
He saw that there was desert area around Jebel el Lawz, between Al-Bad and the highest peak in this mountain range—and that there were valleys in the mountain range which Moses could have led his flocks through, taking him to the "backside of the desert".
The Saudis were all convinced as to the authenticity of Jebel el Lawz—it was the true holy mountain of God.
Any hopes of closer inspection of Jebel el Lawz now rested in the hope that the Saudis wouldn't hold a grudge—as soon as he could financially afford it, Ron planned to notify them that he wanted to do the excavation.
www.biblerevelations.org /ronwyatt/mtsinai.htm   (13667 words)

 Egypt Travel - Jebel Abbas Pasha, A walking Trail Guide in the Sinai
It must be stressed that the walk is considerably longer and harder than that of Mount Sinai (Jebel Musa) and can take up to four hours to the summit however it is a very worthwhile walk incorporating history, wildlife and spectacular views from one of the highest mountains in Egypt.
The panoramic view from the top of Jebel Abbas Pasha is one of the finest in the high mountain area.
To your left, on the west, rises Jebel Sumera, from the top of which were cut some of the red granite building blocks for the palace.
www.touregypt.net /walkingtours/jebelAbbasPasha.htm   (2557 words)

 Is Jebel Musa the Correct Mt. Sinai?
And there was NO EXCEPTION TO THIS when Constantine selected Jebel Musa in the Sinai peninsula as the "true" site of the Mountain of YEHOVAH God.
We have shown that the tradition in favour of Jebel Musa is earlier and more constant than has generally been recognized.
Jebel el Lauz appears to be the REAL mountain of the lawgiving; and we wait with eager anticipation for further evidence to emerge from this site in Saudi Arabia and from the pen of Ronald Wyatt who made the startling disclosures we have just read about.
www.hope-of-israel.org /jebelmus.htm   (8103 words)

 Thoughts on Jebel al-Lawz and the Location of Mt. Sinai   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The straight-line distance from Jebel al-Lawz to Kadesh Barnea is approximately 150 miles.
The distance from Jebel Musa to Kadesh Barnea is about 160 map miles, again much too far for the Israelites to trek in 11 days.
Utilizing the travel time of the Israelites as an estimate of the distance traveled, the location of Mt. Sinai should be sought in the northern area of the Sinai Peninsula, roughly 60 miles from Kadesh Barnea.
www.bibleprobe.com /Lawz.htm   (811 words)

 Biblical Mount Sinai or Mount Horeb (Jebel Musa or Gebel Musa) [Mount Har Karkom]
Biblical Mount Sinai or Mount Horeb (Jebel Musa or Gebel Musa) [Mount Har Karkom]
Located in the Sinai Peninsula it was the scene of one of the greatest events in the Israelite people's Wilderness Journey and of all Bible History.....
Traditionally it has been assumed that Jebel Musa, a mighty red granite mountain in the Sinai Desert, is the actual Mount Sinai of the Bible.
ancientneareast.tripod.com /Mount_Har_Karkom.html   (465 words)

 Pillars of Hercules - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
They are usually identified with Gibraltar in Europe and with Mt. Acha at Ceuta in Africa.
The Jebel Musa (W of Ceuta) is also considered one of the pillars.
They are also referred to as the Gates of Hercules.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/P/PillarsH.asp   (190 words)

 TIME.com: The Lost Mountain -- Dec. 3, 1956 -- Page 1
Part of the Greek monastery of St. Catherine there dates back to 330 A.D., indicating how old the tradition is. But to get to Jebel Musa, Moses would have had to lead his people through the Egyptian copper and turquoise mines in the area.
In that case, Mount Sinai should be that unimpressive mound known as Jebel Hillel, 30 miles south of El Arish, and rising a mere 2,000 ft. from the alluvial plain.
To get to Jebel Hillel, he points out, the Israelites would have had to cross a marshland sometimes known as the Sea of Reeds, which might well have been that Red Sea whose waters parted to let the Children of Israel through.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,808671,00.html   (728 words)

 -- Beliefnet.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Most scholars, however, opt for the southern route and Jebel Musa is one of the highest mountains in a rugged granite massif in this area.
Besides, Jebel Musa is clearly the most magnificent, awe-inspiring of all the candidates.
Whether or not it is the real Mount Sinai, a trip there will leave you with a better understanding not only of why it may have happened there but the spiritual meaning of what happened.
www.beliefnet.com /story/11/story_1156_2.html   (558 words)

 Associates for Biblical Research: Biblical Archaeology
I would agree with the proponents of the Jebel al-Lawz hypothesis that Jebel Musa, the traditional Mt. Sinai, or any other site in the southern Sinai Peninsula, could not be the real Mt. Sinai.
Alois Musil (1926: 263,264, 269, 296-298) and H. Philby (1957: 222-224) identify Mt. Sinai / Horeb with Jebel al-Manifa, near Wadi al-Hrob, 20 kilometers north of ‘Ajnuna (1926: 269, 297).
The second false assumption is that Mt. Sinai is located in the Land of Midian, which is identified as part of the Saudi Arabian peninsula (Williams 1990:68-74).
abr.christiananswers.net /is_sinai_in_arabia.html   (8329 words)

 HorebArribehMtSinai   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
This concentration around Wadi Sheikh is convieniently close to Gebel Musa (widely accepted as Mount Sinai) and Er Rahah (Plain of the Promulgation of the Law).
The banana-shaped rise would protect the settlement being destroyed by  sudden flood torrents in the wadies descending Ras esh-Safsaf and Gebel Musa during the winter rains.
The Bible has Israel encamped at Mt. Sinai/Horeb for one year, which would mean she would have to contend with possible winter flooding from the wadies emptying on to the er Raha plain.
www.bibleorigins.net /HorebArribehMtSinai.html   (1510 words)

 Publications Dealing With The Musa Dagh Dialect   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Here are some publications, in Armenian and other languages, that deal with the Musa Dagh dialect.
Musa Daghi Babenagan Artzakankner (Paternal Echoes of Musa Dagh), Tovmas Habeshian.
Jebel Mousayi Parpareh (The Dialect of Jebel Musa), Iknadios Mardirossian.
mousaler.com /dialect/data/publications.html   (166 words)

 Centre 4 Sinai
Thus an angel was said to have appeared in a dream to Licinius, and Constantine himself was said to have seen and talked with God in dreams, as part of his LIFELONG RELATIONSHIP WITH THE SUPERNATURAL" (Ibid., p.
And there was NO EXCEPTION TO THIS when Constantine selected Jebel Musa in the Sinai peninsula as the "true" site of the Mountain of God.
The selection of the Sinai peninsula for the site of Mt. Sinai probably occurred at the same time Constantine decided to build a church at the supposed place of Christ's resurrection in Jerusalem.
www.centre4sinai.com.eg /jebel.htm   (8043 words)

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