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  1. Amman Philadelphia Under Ptolemy II Philadelphos (285–247 BC), Amman was rebuilt and renamed Philadelphia. In 63 BC, Philadelphia became part of the Decapolis set up by Pompey. In AD 106, Philadelphia was included in the Roman province of Arabia by the Emperor Trajan. He built a new road from Elath to Damascus which ran through Philadelphia.

  2. Ben-Ammi commonly known as Ammon was the son of an incestuous union of Lot with his younger daughter. He was the brother of Moab, who was also a child of Lot’s incestuous relationship with his eldest daughter. Both were conceived after the destruction of Sodom. Ammon became the ancestor of the Ammonites.

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  4. Jan 31, 2019 · Because of this association, the Greeks likely took the name of this city and adapted it to create their word for book. Many familiar words such as bibliography, bibliophile, library, and even bibliophobia (fear of books) are based on the same Greek root word. How Did the Bible Get That Name?

  5. By this enormous amount of references to Scripture as the Word of God, we know that all Scripture is God-breathed (2 Tim3:16) and its source is from the Spirit of God (2 Pet 1:21 ). The English word “Bible” is from the Greek word “Byblos” and the Latin “biblia” and both mean “books.”. These “books” are a collection of ...

  6. Answer (1 of 3): It’s an old Indiginous People’s name. The meaning is unknown. I submit the definition as “ Have fun, but be careful, They don’t call it the Magic City for Nothing”.

  7. Sep 16, 2022 · Ostby says the first 13 Polish families moved into Gilman in 1864 and she says after that a man by the name of Charles A. Gilman moved into the area and built a sawmill and hence the town was ...

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