Biblical Geography and History

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INDEX OF NAMES AND PLACES
Abana, 55
Abarim, Mountains of the, 60
Abel-beth-Maacah, 161, 180
Abel-meholah, 175
Abner, 154
Aboda, 76
Absalom, 160, 161
Abu Shittim, 122
Accho or Acre, later Ptolamais, 28, 79, 81, 100, 208, 277
Achor, Valley of, 125, 144
Acra or Akra, 66-68, 210
Acre, Plain of, 23, 78
Actium, 232
Adam, 124, 125
Adasa, 219
Adonijah, 162
Adoraim, 42
Adullam, 41, 149, 150, 155
Ægean Sea, 9, 272
Ahab, 170-174
Ai, 125, 128, 129, 144, 205
'Ain el-Farah, 137
'Ain es-Sultan, 125
Ajalon, city of, 100, 205
Ajalon, Valley of, 25, 26, 40, 41, 80, 88, 129, 140,182
Akaba, Gulf of, 14, 53
Akrabattine, 214
Alexander Janneus, 227
Alexander the Great, 207-209
Alexandra, 22
Alexandria. 82-84, 208
Alexandrium, 229, 230, 236
Altaku, see Eltekeh
Amalekites, 118, 145
Amanus Mountains, 82
Amathus, 230
Amenhotep IV, 88, 102, 130
Ammonites, 134, 136, 145, 158, 159 186, 198, 215
Amorites, 91, 92
Amos, 18, 177, 178
Amurru, 92, 93
Anathoth, 189
Antioch in Galatia, 269-271
Antioch in Syria, 82, 209, 266, 267, 272
Antiochus Epiphanes, 210, 211, 213, 267
Antiochus the Great, 209
Anti-Lebanons, 13, 29, 55, 80, 90
Antipater, 228, 229
Apennines, 10
Aphek, east of the Sea of Galilee, 170, 171
Aphek, in Western Palestine, 140
Appian Way, 276
Ar, 121
Arabah, 53, 76, 78, 116, 120, 124
Arabia, 3, 7, 19, 164
Arabia, desert, 13, 15, 16, 81; in
fluence in Palestine, 17, 18, 123
Arad, 118, 183
Arameans, 158, 159, 169-171, 173-176, 183
Arbela, in Gilead, now Irbid, 175, 179, 238
Archelais, 236
Archelaus, 236
Aretas, 228
Aristobulus I, 226
Aristobulus II, 229, 230
Arnon, the river, 52, 61, 62, 121, 122, 133
Arvad, 100
Ashdod, 26, 100, 184, 185, 208, 214, 217, 223, 264
Asherites, 130, 131
Ashkelon, 25, 26, 100, 102, 208
Ashteroth-Karnaim, 216
Asia Minor, 8, 9, 78, 82, 207; roads, 8283; Paul's work in, 269-272
Asochis, 30, 81
Asshur, 134
Assyria, 78, 93, 176, 177
Assyrians, in Galilee, 180; capture of Samaria, 181; Sennacherib's campaigns, 185-188

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