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  Arameans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Arameans or Aramaeans were a Semitic, nomadic people mentioned six times in the Hebrew Bible, who dwelt in Aram-Naharaim or "Aram of the two rivers," also known as Mesopotamia, and the adjoining region including parts of modern Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Iran.
"Aramean" was a term used by the Israelites to distinguish their more distant cousins to the east known as Aram from the closely related Arpachshadite so-called "Children of Eber" tribes.
However, Arameans have never had a unified nation-state; rather they are defined by their use of the Aramaic language, that was first written with the Phoenician alphabet.
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 Encyclopedia: List of people by nationality   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Lists of people by occupation: There are a variety of articles listing people of a particular occupation.
See also: adjectival forms of place names, list of countries, list of reference tables The following is a partial list of adjectival forms of place names in English and their demonymic equivalents, which denote the people or the inhabitants of the places.
This is a list of reference tables, similar to the collection of reference tables found at the back of almanacs, dictionaries and encyclopedias (or an index of them, if theyre scattered throughout the work).
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 ANE History: Israel and the Arameans
While Aramean power in Syria was steadily increasing during this period, it was not yet strong enough to take advantage of Israel's weakness.
According to the available documents Ahab was the last ruler to be listed in the Assyrian records as a foe of Shalmaneser.
Although there is no concrete evidence of any extensive conquests of his in the north, his reign brought his country to the position of the chief power in all Syria and embraced the period of its greatest territorial control.
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 List of Hebrew names -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
This list includes any (Click link for more info and facts about Hebrew name) Hebrew name that is known to be used as a personal name in any cultural or religious tradition.
Standard Hebrew is important because it is the modern internationally-standardized form of the language, as well as one of the (Click link for more info and facts about official languages) official languages of the (Jewish republic in southwestern Asia at eastern end of Mediterranean; formerly part of Palestine) State of Israel.
If a name does not exist in this list and you do not know all the details of the name, you can add it in an incomplete form, and other editors can review the name and expand and/or correct the name with the details they know.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/L/Li/List_of_Hebrew_names.htm   (5395 words)

 List of people by nationality - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
There are a variety of articles listing people of a particular nationality.
People on these lists should be notable in some way and should ideally have articles of their own.
This page also includes several related lists, such as lists of people by ethnicity, citizenship, language, or location.
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 Encyclopedia: List of ethnic groups   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
This is list of names of ethnic groups.
A map showing countries commonly considered to be part of the Middle East The Middle East is a region comprising the lands around the southern and eastern parts of the Mediterranean Sea, a territory that extends from the eastern Mediterranean Sea to the Persian Gulf.
The Arameans or Aramaeans (also called Syriacs) were a Semitic, nomadic people who dwelt in Aram-Naharaim or Aram of the two rivers, also known as Mesopotamia a region including modern Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Iran that is mentioned six times in the Hebrew Bible.
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 ANE History: Israel and the Assyrias
Although Aramean power suffered in southern Syria, the prestige of Benhadad II displayed remarkable vitality in the north, as shown by the important stele of Zakir, king of Hamath, discovered in 1903 at modern Afis southwest of Aleppo in northern Syria.
The Assyrian achieved the overthrow of the city and the Aramean state of which it was the capital, a feat his predicessors had vainly tried to accomplish for more than a half century.
The death of this the last of the Aramean kings who ruled for almost two centuries at Damascus was reported on a tablet of Tiglathpileser found and read by one of the early pioneers in Assyriology, Sir Henry Rawlinson.
www.theology.edu /lec20.htm   (3490 words)

He understands that the Arameans of the first-millennium BCE are such an example, the Late Bronze Age Urban civilizations collapsed and rural araeas with their tribal networks came to the fore.
I suspect that the Arameans are the descendants of the so-called "Amorite" tribes appearing in the 18th century BCE Mari annals.
Kinship of Arameans and Arameans is possible, but the attempt by Noth (1961) to prove the Arameans originated from the Amorites was disproved by D. Edzard (1964).
prophetess.lstc.edu /~rklein/Documents/AramaeanIsrael.htm   (7218 words)

 IBSS - Biblical Archaeology - Evidence of the Exodus from Egypt
This text is a list of the quantities of wine from the areas it was produced.
In the topographical list of Ramses III the city of Jacob-El is listed as well as the city of Levi-El (ANET 1969, 242-3).
The exodus is to be identified with the expulsion of the Hyksos from Egypt by Ahmose (1570 BC).
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 List of Arameans - TheBestLinks.com - Abgar, Nebuchadnezzar, TheBestLinks.com:Find or fix a stub, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
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 Mail-Jewish Volume 18 Number 49
Finley Shapiro suggested (in a private message to me) that Lavan may have been an Aramean who migrated to Naharayim, from wherever the Arameans were living at the time, although Naharayim was only conquered by the Arameans centuries later.
The earliest references to the Arameans in archeological sites, I think, occur around 1300 BCE, not long before Matan Torah (which seems to be in the mid-1200s BCE, based on the reference to Rameses II in Shemot, and on the earliest Egyptian inscription mentioning Israel, from 1220 BCE).
The story of how the Arameans rapidly rose from obscurity to conquer almost the entire Fertile Crescent is an interesting one, told by Bulliet.
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 [imc-us-process] antisemitism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
This is a process list- we are supposed to be critical, constructively critical.
I agreee, the question to me is what list - antisemitism or anti-racism > I find it very troublesome that someone mentioned a desire to talk about discrimination against a particular minority group, and was met with nothing but criticism and demands to show proof.
I never asked for proof or criticized the need for a list, I just questioned what type of list this will be.
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 History of Assyrians
The Aramean problem persisted during the reign of Tiglath-Pileser's successor and son, Ashur-bel-kala 1074-1057), who tells us that the Arameans were penetrating deep into Assyrian territory, including Tur Abdin, Harran and Khabur.
He defeated the paramount Aramean chief at Nisibin and, marching up and down the Khabur, he obtained formal submissions from a series of Aramean controlled cities.
And the list goes on, including the first postal system, the first use of iron, the first magnifying glasses, the first libraries, the first plumbing and flush toilets, the first electric batteries, the first guitars, the first aqueducts, the first arch, and on and on.
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 THE BALAAM TEXT FROM DEIR 'ALLA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The fact, that the Rabbeans were later called Arameans and closely associated with the Bene Jamina (like the Rubenites – the senior tribe in the early Israelite confederation) brings to mind the words of the Hebrew confession “our father was a wandering Aramean”, Deut.
Both the bible as the Sumerian kings list gloss the word, with “who divided the earth” or “for in his days the earth was divided”.
Bactrian camel) at the head of the list (like the one in the tribute list of Sua of Gilzanu) might stir doubts about an Egyptian location of this Muşri instead of Arabia since the camel was generally not employed in ancient Egypt.
www.abara2.de /chronologie/fringe.php   (19451 words)

 Suryoyo.com Forum: For the people who can read: here a article about the Syrians/Arameans, Aramean Communist at ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
During his reign Assyria came into close contact with the Hebrews as is shown by his own inscriptions, as well as by the Old Testament records, where he is rnentioned under the name of Phul (PuI).
In the Assyrian inscriptions his name occurs only as that of Tiglath-pileser, but in the "List of Babylonian Kings" he is also called Pul, which settles his identity with the Phul, or Pul.
Nevertheless, the "Babylonian Chronicle" (which gives a list of the principal events occurring in Babylonia and Assyria between 744 and 688 B.C.) has the following statement: on the 25th of Thebet [December-January] Shalmaneser [in D.V. Salmanasar] ascended the throne of Assyria, and the city of Shamara'in [Samaria was destroyed.
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 Integrative Spirituality :: God, Buddha, open source spirituality & spirit-based free online dating service spiritual ...
10:8 And the children of Ammon came out, and put the battle in array at the entrance of the gate; and the Arameans of Zobah, and of Rehob, and the men of Tob and Maacah, were by themselves in the field.
10:16 And Hadadezer sent, and brought out the Arameans that were beyond the River; and they came to Helam, with Shobach the captain of the host of Hadadezer at their head.
10:18 And the Arameans fled before Israel; and David slew of the Arameans seven hundred drivers of chariots, and forty thousand horsemen, and smote Shobach the captain of their host, so that he died there.
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 Wissenimweb:Cleanup/September - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - TESTVERSION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
List of schools in Canada A list of lists, of which only the "A"s seem to have been listed.
List of diseases by ages affected user contribs for Vogon 77 (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/wiki.phtml?title=Special:Contributionsandamp;target=Vogon77) in general need a coherent plan for reorganization.
List of controversial new religious movements - serious grammar and spelling problems, especially in the "Primerica" section.
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Cohn noted that Baal-Hadad the storm god was the chief god of the Arameans, and it worth noting that Israel claimed her ancestors were Arameans, and that Yahweh is likened to possessing the epithets and achievements of Baal-Hadad, he appearing at Mount Sinai in the form of a Storm Cloud.
This list cuts a wide swath linquistically and geographically, and it evidences a great antiquity for the word as a personal name, and as a divine name in particular.
The list precisely corresponds to the borders of the kingdom of Judah during the reign of Josiah.
www.bibleorigins.net /YahwehYawUgarit.html   (10169 words)

The "Eponym List" which covers the entire period from the reign of Ramman-nirari II (911-890 B.C.) down to that of Asshurbanipal (669-625 B.C.).
Further valuable help may be obtained from the so-called "Synchronous History" of Babylonia and Assyria, which consists of a brief summary of the relations between the two countries from the earliest times in regard to their respective boundary lines.
The usefulness of this document consists mainly in the fact that it gives the list of many Babylonian and Assyrian kings who ruled over their respective countries contemporaneously.
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 Topica Email List Directory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
So the Arameans were afraid to help the Ammonites anymore.
Ammonites saw that the Arameans were fleeing, they too fled
before his
Email lists are great for debating issues or publishing your views.
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 godtouches - Bible Story Therapy
The list which follows is intended to help you fill your mind with Bible stories, instead of narratives from novels or TV shows.
However, the best way to use the list is probably to just look it over more or less at random and try to remember the stories.
Each entry in the list is a summary of a biblical incident that has a strong narrative flavor.
www.godtouches.org /bible-stories.html   (1059 words)

Assyrian lists of booty taken from Aramean towns include grain, cattle, and sheep and from about 700 BC the area about Harran was occupied by small farmers raising livestock, grain, and vines, according to the "Harran Census" (Fales 1973)." (p.
Aramean tribesmen assimilated much of the material culture of their predecessors and the continuing traditions of the Hittites.
If I am correct that Arameans from Northern Syria and Mesopotamia are the "Village builders" of Iron IA Hill Country Canaan and Transjordan, it follows then, that the Hebrew language is itself an amalgum of Canaanite and Aramaic.
www.bibleorigins.net /AramaeanIsrael.html   (11187 words)

 CSBC.cc : Bible   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
They arose at twilight to go to the camp of the Arameans; when they came to the outskirts of the camp of the Arameans, behold, there was no one there.
Therefore they arose and fled in the twilight, and left their tents and their horses and their donkeys, even the camp just as it was, and fled for their life.
They went after them to the Jordan, and behold, all the way was full of clothes and equipment which the Arameans had thrown away in their haste.
www.csbc.cc /bible/read.php?b=12&c=7   (771 words)

 Iraq Museum International Open Encyclopedia: Mitanni   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The names of these kings are known from the Assyrian list of kings.
There is no trace of that in the Assyrian king lists; therefore it is probable that Asshur never had a governor from Hanilgabat, but was ruled by a native Assyrian dynasty owing allegiance to the house of Shaushtatar.
While a a vassal of Mitanni, the temple of Sin and Shamash was built in Asshur.
www.baghdadmuseum.org /ref/index.php?title=Mitanni   (4713 words)

 Parthians (250 BC - 225 AD) - DBA II/37
The Parthian's enemies list is extensive and includes the Saka (I/43b), Classical Indians (II/3), Seleucids (II/19cd), Arabo-Arameans (II/22abcdf), Pre-Islamic Nomadic Arabs (23a), Sarmatians (II/24 & 26), Armenians and Gordyene (II/28abd), Graeco-Bactrians (II/36a), themselves (II/37), Commagene (II/44), Kushan (II/46ab), Mithridatic (II/48), Romans (II/49, II/56, II/64b), Judeans (II/51), Alans (II/58), and Sassanians (II/69).
Missing from the DBA list are the cataphract camels used by Parthians after 216 AD and the Indian levies and elephants found in the armies of the Suren Indo-Parthian.
This variant list represents the breakaway kingdom of the Suren family with its Indian subject troops.
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 Dan Wyman
Even this 1974 edition remains scarce; OCLC lists only 10 libraries worldwide with it in their collections, no copies of any edition in any language appear to be offered for sale anywhere on the net.
This volume apparently complete as a listing of the over 2500 Dutch citizens who were murdered by the Nazis at Neuengamme Concentration Camp or associated camps and prisons in the Hamburg region (Kdo Dalum, Kdo Ladelund, etc.) Alphabetical listings by name, with date and place of birth and date and place of death.
Detailed typed list of names of liberated, returning Hungarian Jewish prisoners of German concentration camps in the region of Homberg, with their place of origin and date of birth stated.
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 Wikipedia:Cleanup/Leftovers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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