Aradus a Biblical novel by Carol Dixon

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Published by Word Aflame Press in Hazelwood, MO .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Jesus Christ -- Crucifixion -- Fiction.,
  • Bible. N.T. -- History of Biblical events -- Fiction.,
  • Centurion at the Crucifixion (Biblical figure) -- Fiction.

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Statementby Carol Dixon.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3554.I868 A89 1994
The Physical Object
Pagination171 p. ;
Number of Pages171
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1437097M
ISBN 101567220193
LC Control Number93049597
OCLC/WorldCa29702404

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ARATUS ăr’ ə təs (̓́Αρατος, prayed for).A Gr. poet. Born toward the end of the 4th cent. b.c. at Soli (or possibly Tarsus) in Cilicia, Aratus studied at Athens and was a friend of Zeno, the founder of Stoicism. Of his many poems, the only one extant is the Phaenomena, a treatise on astronomy, which was still popular in NT at Athens quoted from its fifth line a phrase.

Aradus by Carol Dixon and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Arwad, the classical Aradus (Arabic: أرواد ‎), is a town in Syria on an eponymous island in the Mediterranean is the administrative center of the Arwad Subdistrict (nahiyah), of which it is the only locality.

It is the only inhabited island in Syria. It is located 3 km ( mi) from Tartus (the ancient Tortosa), Syria's second-largest port. Aridus Industries is committed to designing and manufacturing high quality, useful shotgun accessories.

The Quick-Detach Carrier offers the best onboard shell carriage on the market. ARADUS. ar'-a-dus (Arados, 1 Maccabees ): Greek name of the Old Testament ARVAD (which see), a city on the coast of Phoenicia. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Aratus books online.

Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Herodotus. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format.

The main characters of this classics, non fiction story are. The. Aradus appears in Hebrew under the form Arvad. It is evident from Ezek. xxvii. 8, 11, that its inhabitants were skilful sailors and brave warriors. They sent out colonies to Aradus south of Carmel, the island of Aradus near Crete, and the islands in the Persian gulf.

The present name of this island is Ruad. Worthy Aradus book Books» Aradus book Josephus» Antiquities of the Jews» Book 1, Chapter 6 although the Macedonians named it Epiphania, from one of his posterity: Arudeus possessed the island Aradus: Arucas Aradus book Arce, which is in Libanus.

But for the seven others, [Eueus,] Chetteus, Jebuseus, Amorreus, Gergesus, Eudeus, Sineus. This is a Facsimile PDF. It has pages and was Aradus book in Description. This is Volume 2 of 4 Volumes.

For anyone with even the slightest interest in ancient history, Herodotus's History is compulsory reading — an authentic voice from the past that takes us back into the 5th and 6th centuries BCE, to let us witness the epoch-making confrontation between the Greeks and the all.

ARADUS. ar'-a-dus (Arados, 1 Macc ): Greek name of the Old Testament ARVAD (which see), a city on the coast of Phoenicia. Aradus and Axis stood on the "Cursed Hill" of the realm of Kayford. "It is not cursed" Axis said.

"See, we are not being destroyed by Lunic's evil magic. It's all lies." "I'm not so sure" said Aradus. "Maybe it is a trap." The friends climbed down the hill, bound for the city.

The good wizard, Unic (Lunic's brother) was waiting for them. Aradus species Aradus aterrimus Fieber, species Aradus betulae (Linnaeus, ) species Aradus cinnamomeus Panzer, species Aradus corticalis (Linnaeus, ) species Aradus depressus (Fabricius, ).

ARADUS ăr’ ə dəs (̓Άραδος) The Gr. name of the OT city of Arvad on the coast of Phoenicia (1 Macc ). International Standard Bible Encyclopedia () Greek name of the Old Testament ARVAD (which see), a city on the coast of Phoenicia. A list of greek coin hoards.

Each list contains the date that the hoard was discovered, the year that the hoard was buried, a breakdown of the contents within the hoard andthe disposition of the hoard. Contents: an introduction written by the editors, an explanation of all the abbreviations that appear in the inventory, several maps, over hoards inventoried and numerous indexes.5/5(1).

Book 9 Footnotes [11] This ancient city Hamath, which is joined with Arpad, or Aradus, and with Damascus, 2 Kings ; Isaiah ; Jeremiahcities of Syria and. Arudeus (Arvadite): "the island Aradus".

Arucas (Arkite): "Arce, which is in Libanus". "But for the seven others [sons of Canaan], Chetteus, Jebuseus, Amorreus, Gergesus, Eudeus, Sineus, Samareus, we have nothing in the sacred books but their names, for the Hebrews overthrew their cities".

Elam: "Elamites, the ancestors of the Persians". Aradus is a genus of true bugs in the family Aradidae, the flat is distributed worldwide, mainly in the Holarctic. There are around or more species in the genus. Most Aradus feed on fungi, often in dead trees. Some species are pyrophilous, associating with burned habitat such as forests after feed on the particular fungi that grow on burnt wood.

Temple d'Amrith dans la pérée d'Aradus. Paris: Librairie orientaliste Paul Geuthner, (OCoLC) Online version: Dunand, Maurice. Temple d'Amrith dans la pérée d'Aradus. Paris: Librairie orientaliste Paul Geuthner, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Maurice Dunand; Nessib Saliby.

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Aradus is in front of a rocky coast without harbours, and situated nearly between its arsenal 44 and Marathus. It is distant from the land 20 stadia. It is a rock, surrounded by the sea, of about seven stadia in circuit, and covered with dwellings.

The population even. Aradus exhibit a number of different forms depending on their role within the colony, but all are extremely dangerous. The most common type of aradus is the soldier. They have elongated and barbed claws to drag prey into their powerful mandibles.

When not hunting or protecting the hive, aradus soldiers labour constantly to expand the tunnels. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

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From about the end of that century onwards Sidon and Aradus (Arvad), the two great seaports of Phoenicia, referred to by the prophet Ezekiel in his lamentation for Tyre. "Cyprus and Aradus were among the isles he still ruled." F1. Not only was Mordecai next to king Ahasuerus, but his mighty deeds were written in the book of the chronicles of the Medo-Persian empire, along with that of their mighty kings.

Incidentally, we have here the most conspicuous evidence that the Medo-Persian Empire was never two empires. Aradus Soldiers are Aradus used as warbeasts by the Skorne Empire. For centuries the skorne on the eastern fringes have utilized the ferocious aradus in warfare. Many slaves perish gathering the precious eggs from the aradus’ tunnels, and the painstaking process of conditioning the creatures begins the moment they hatch.

Once the aradus are mature, the skorne go to great lengths to train. The Aradus Soldier is a heavy melee warbeast that's almost the total package.

Almost immune to incoming fire, it often reaches the target, has a long melee reach for an adequate threat range, hits hard and bites extremely hard (even for a heavy). Lastly it can remove enemies from play - and has the reach to snack on infantry. Aradus aequalis Say, Species: Aradus alaskanus Kormilev and Heiss, Species: Aradus ampliatus Uhler, Species: Aradus antennalis Parshley, Species: Aradus apicalis Van Duzee, Species: Aradus approximatus Parshley, Species: Aradus arizonicus Parshley, Species: Aradus barberi Kormilev, Species: Aradus basalis.

ARADUS. ARADUS, Phoenician city (modern Ruad) on a small island off the Syrian coast, about two miles from was among the many cities to receive a copy of the pact concluded between the Romans and *Simeon hias, the Hasmonean ( b.c.e.).A century later Mark Anthony restored the rights of the Jews in Aradus, as well as in other cities of the area, following the defeat of.

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Sidon in the N. is 20 miles from Tyre in the S.; Zarephath lay between. Phoenice in the larger sense extended from the same southern boundary miles northward to Antaradus and the island Aradus, 20 miles broad.

Berytus, now Beirut (Ezekiel ; 2 Samuel BEROTHAH, Berothai), was 15 geographical miles N. of Sidon. (See ARVAD.). Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties.

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Aradus, Phoenicia, AE Hemichalkous, year ( BC). Bearded head of Poseidon right / Stern or ram of galley. Phoenician script 'n above, date year below.

Rouvier Text: Image: Rouvier Arados, Phoenicia AR Tetradrachm. Year = BC. The book of Ben Sira was written in Hebrew, in Jerusalem, in the first quarter of the second century b.c.e. It was well known in Judaism, and is the only book of the Apocrypha Aradus Sidon Tyre GREECE Tigris R. Eu ph rates R.

Nile R. BACTRIA GEDROSIA PARTHIA Thebes Oxyrhyncus Ecbatana Susa Ctesiphon Nippur Babylon Palmyra Alexandria. Aradus âr´ədəs, islet and town of ancient Phoenicia, the modern Arwad or Arvad, N of Tripoli 2 mi off the Syrian coast.

It was the most northerly of the important Phoenician centers. It was the most northerly of the important Phoenician centers. Aradus Scarab in a nutshell. The Scarab is a missile resistant lesser warbeast.

Unless you have a caster that can mitigate its low threat range it is mostly a 3 point animus bot and transfer target that may make it into the fight in the second wave.Aradus, Phoenicia.

Twelfth Shekel or obol. BC, g. Head of bearded diety right. / Galley right on waves, Phoenician letters (=ma) above. BMC ; Betlyon 13; Sear Greek Text: BMC Phoenica, Aradus AR Stater.

Persic standard, BC.

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