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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 27 Tyre 19475731911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 27 — Tyre TYRE (Phoen. and Hebr. is, -nx =" rock," Assyr
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  • Photius, bp. of Tyre 181741Dictionary of Christian Biography and Literature to the End of the Sixth Century — Photius, bp. of TyreHenry Wace and William
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  • Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 15 Tyre by Siméon Vailhé 107475Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 15 TyreSiméon Vailhé (TYRUS.) Melchite archdiocese
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  • The Worship of Hercules in Tyre.—The Tyrians Refuse to Admit Alexander. The reason of this demand was, that in Tyre there existed a temple of Heracles
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  • David it fell under the rule of Tyre; but when Shalmaneser, king of Assyria, invaded Phoenicia, it revolted from Tyre and submitted to the invader. It
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  • King Hiram II. of Tyre is called in an inscription cjixi^a, 'King of the Sidonians', and on coins of the time of Antiochus IV. Tyre is called ens ctt>
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  • Sidonians fled to Tyre, one of their colonies, which then became the leading city. Sidon, called the mother of the Phoenician cities, for Tyre, Carthage, Hippo
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  • writers, from Herodotus downwards. He had a magnificent temple in insular Tyre, founded by Hiram, to which gifts streamed from all countries, especially
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  • roughly speaking it consisted of the rest of Palestine as far as Tyre; (3) Damascus, a district which included Baalbeck, Tripoli, Beirut, and the Hauran; (4)
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  • matters in Greece, for us to pursue Darius, leaving in our rear the city of Tyre itself in doubtful allegiance, and Egypt and Cyprus in the occupation of
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  • district stretching eastwards from the latter range. (3) Syria II., or Syria Salutaris, with Apamea as capital. (4) Phoenice Maritima; capital, Tyre.
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  • non-residential or titular Latin bishops, for example: "John Doe, Bishop of Tyre in partibus infidelium. Formerly, when bishops were forced to flee before
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  • extremity of the Bay of Acre, 80 m. N.N.W. from Jerusalem, and 25 m. S. of Tyre. The population is about 11,000; 8000 being Moslems, the remainder Christians
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  • fact that the city formed three districts separated from each other by walls, inhabited by colonists from Aradus, Tyre, and Sidon, and governed by a common
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  • an Arabian city, from which various kinds of merchandise were brought to Tyre. Some suppose it to have been the city of Aden in Arabia. (See MAHANEH-DAN)
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  • of Accho, on the very borders of Galilee. (2.) A district in the north-west of Galilee, near to Tyre, containing twenty cities given to Hiram by Solomon
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  • History/Book I — Chapter 28Philip Schaff et al. Chapter XXVIII.—The Council of Tyre. Arsenius was a bishop of the Meletian faction. The men of his party put
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  • Edom, Moab, Ammon and the Aramaean states, friendly relations with Hiram of Tyre, and the recognition of his sovereignty by the king of Hamath on the Orontes
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  • Cæsareia; Mazabanes in Ælia, the successor of the deceased Alexander; Marinus in Tyre; Heliodorus in Laodicea, the successor of the deceased Thelymidres; Helenus
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  • place where they can pray. After remaining two days at Acre, we set out for Tyre, on Thursday, the twelfth of Djomada second [September 20]. We went by land
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