The Early History of Syria and Palestine

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INDEX
AAHMES, king, 71-74
Aahmes, conquest of Palestine, 73
Aahmes, admiral,71, 72, 75
Aahmes, wife of Tahutimes I., 75
Aahotep, 75
Aahotep, wife of Seqenenra, 71
Abd-Ashirta, 101, 115-119
Abd-khiba, 99, 111, 112, 119
Abd-milkot, 262, 263
Abel-beth-maacah, 239
'Abi in proper names, 25
Abibaal, 186
Abiezer, 162
Abijah, 194-196
Abil-Ishtar, 18
Abimelech, 164-165
Abi-milki,100
Abiram, 25
Abi-ramu, 25
Abishai, 28, 182
Abishua, 25, 27, 62
Abiyate, 269
Abner, 180, 181
Abraham, 39-42, 44, 123, 139
Abram, name found in Babylonia, 25; in Gen. Xiv., 31f.; defeats Chedorlaomer, 32; date of, 35; brother of lot, 38; as a warrior, 39; earlier than Aramæan migration, 39; identified with Abraham, 39, 40, 41; etymology, 40, local hero of Hebron, 41; migrates from Ur, 42; distinct from Abraham, 44; an Amorite, 45; history, 46
Achæans, 133
Achish, 145
Acre, 98
Adad, 209
Adon-Baal, 209
Adoni-Bezek, 151
Adoniram, 191
Adoni-Zedek, 151
Adoraim, 81
Adoration of the Pharaoh, 85, 94
'Aduma, 135
Afrin, 200
Agade, dynasty of, 15, 17, 18
Agriculture, 13, 90, 226
Agumkakrime, 64
Ahab, 204, 207-210
Ahaz, 222, 238, 239, 242, 247
Ahaziad of Israel, 210-212
Ahaziah of Judah, 215, 217, 218
Ahiel, 204
Ahijah, 190
Ai, 153
Aiyalun, 193
Ajalon, 193
Akhenaten, 103
Akhimiti, 249
Akhlamai, 112, 114, 179
Akhuni, 200, 206
Akizzi, 101, 104
Akka, 98
Akkad, 267
Akko, 254, 268, 270
Alashia, 171
Aleppo, 92, 128, 208
Alexander, 264
Altar, set up by Ahaz, 242
Aluna, 79, 193
Amalekites, 37, 143
Amanum, 19, 20
Amanus, 14, 20, 201, 224
Amarna letters, 26, 38, 39, 49, 53, 57, 64, 67, 69, 82-88, 94, 96-102, 104, 111-120, 170
Amasis, 278
Amaziah, 222, 223
Ambassador, 130, 168-171, 182
Ambi, 116
Amen, 81, 85, 87, 95, 103, 123, 169, 170, 171
Amanemhat I., 56
Amenemheb, 77, 77, 91, 93
Amenhotep I., 74
Amenhotep II., 94
AmenhotepIII., 76, 95-102
Amenhotep IV., 83, 84, 96, 103

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