Ammon was a Semitic-speaking kingdom from the Bronze Age period occupying
the east of the Jordan River, between the torrent valleys of Arnon and Jabbok, in
present-day Jordan. The chief city of the ...
Their capital city was Rabbah, (also called Rabbath Ammon, and afterwards ....
the chief city of the Ammonites, among the eastern hills, some 20 miles .
However, biblically, “Ammonite” was the usual name of the descendants of
Ammon, the ... 10:6-14), and took their chief city, Rabbah, with much spoil (2 Sam
Ammon, the kingdom of the Ammonites, was hardly more than a city-state,
consisting of the capital city itself, Rabbah or Rabbath-Ammon (“chief city,” or “
"Rabbath of the children of Ammon," the chief city of the Ammonites, among the
eastern hills, some 20 miles east of the Jordan, on the southern of the two ...
They urged him to hasten his departure from the doomed city, but Lot
nevertheless ... nation, the chief characteristics of which were wealth and moral
Ammonites definition, the coiled, chambered fossil shell of an ammonoid. See
more. ... 10:6-14), and took their chief city, Rabbah, with much spoil (2 Sam. 10:
In regard to other cities than Rabba, see Judges, xi. 33; II Sam. xii. 31. Of their
gods the name of only the chief deity, ...
Ammishaddai People of the Almighty the father of Ahiezer, who was chief of ...
Ammonite The usual name of the descendants of Ammon, the son of Lot (Gen 19:
38). ... and took their chief city, Rabbah, with much spoil (Sa2 10:14; Sa2 12:26).
Rabbah definition, the ancient Biblical capital of the Ammonite kingdom east of
the ... "Rabbath of the children of Ammon," the chief city of the Ammonites, among