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Created on January 10th, 2021
JOPPA

JOPPA

From The New Interpreter‘s™ Dictionary of the Bible
Page 375 JOPPA jop´uh [wOpyF yafo, )wOpyF yafo); I)o&pph Ioppe4]. Joppa is possibly the oldest and certainly the most famous seaport on Israel’s Mediterranean coast…
NINEVEH

NINEVEH

From The New Interpreter‘s™ Dictionary of the Bible
Page 270 NINEVEH nin´uh-vuh [hw"n:ynI nineweh; Nineuh/ Nineue4]. A major city in northern Mesopotamia during the Bronze and Iron Ages, and the capital of Assyria at the…
SACKCLOTH

SACKCLOTH

From The New Interpreter‘s™ Dictionary of the Bible
Page 14 SACKCLOTH [q#oa saq; sa/kkoj sakkos]. A rough material made from the hair of a goat or camel, sackcloth has a variety of textile applications, e.g., as the stuff…