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"Is not Calno like Carchemish, Or Hamath like Arpad, Or Samaria like Damascus?

Lexicon

Verse part Definition: Part of speech: Strong's: Hebrew: Transliteration:
"Is not Calno a city conquered by Assyr. Noun H3641 כַּלְנֹ֑ו kal·nov;
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like Carchemish, a city on the Euphrates Noun H3751 כְּכַרְכְּמִ֖ישׁ ke·char·ke·mish
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Or if Conjunction H518 אִם־ im-
Hamath a place N. of Damascus Noun H2574 חֲמָ֔ת cha·mat,
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like Arpad, a city in Aram (Syria) Noun H774 כְאַרְפַּד֙ che·'ar·pad
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Or if Conjunction H518 אִם־ im-
Samaria capital of N. kingdom of Isr. Noun H8111 שֹׁמְרֹֽון׃ sho·me·ro·vn.
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like Damascus? a city in Aram (Syria) Noun H1834 כְדַמֶּ֖שֶׂק che·dam·me·sek
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Locations

Arpad

ARPAD; ARPHADar'-pad; ar'-fad ('arpadh, "support"): A city of Syria, captured frequently by the Assyrians, and finally subjugated by Tiglath-pileser III in 740 B.C., after a siege of two years. It is now the ruin Tell Erfad, 13 miles Northwest of Aleppo. Arpad is one of the conquered cities mentioned by Rabshakeh, the officer of Sennacherib, in his boast bef... View Details

Calno

CALNEH; CALNOkal'-ne, kal'-no (kalneh (Amos 6:2), kalno (Isaiah 10:9)): "Probably the Kulnia (Kullani) associated with Arpad and Hadrach, Syrian cities, in the Assyrian `tribute' list (Western Asiatic Inscriptions, II, 53, number 3); Kullanhu about six miles from Arpad" (HDB, I, 344, and 1-vol HDB, 109).

Carchemish

CARCHEMISHkar'-ke-mish (karkemish; Charmeis, Karchameis): An exceedingly ancient Hittite city on the banks of the Euphrates, identified with Jerablus (Hierapolis) about 23 hours from Aleppo, between Birejik and Membij. The Assyrian form of the name is Kargamis or Gargamis, but its meaning is doubtful, the interpretation "Fort of the god Chemosh" having been... View Details

Damascus

DAMASCUSda-mas'-kus:1. The Name2. Situation and Natural Features3. The City Itself4. Its History(1) The Early Period (to circa 950 B.C.)(2) The Aramean Kingdom (circa 950-732 B.C.)(3) The Middle Period (732 B.C.-650 A.D.)(4) Under Islam1. Name:The English name is the same as the Greek Damaskos. The Hebrew name is Dammeseq, but the Aramaic form Darmeseq, occu... View Details

Hamath

HAMATHha'-math (chamath; Hemath, Haimath; Swete also has Hemath): The word signifies a defense or citadel, and such designation was very suitable for this chief royal city of the Hittites, situated between their northern and southern capitals, Carchemish and Kadesh, on a gigantic mound beside the Orontes. In Amos 6:2 it is named Great Hamath, but not necessa... View Details

Samaria

SAMARIA, CITY OFsa-ma'-ri-a, (shomeron; Samareia, Semeron, and other forms):(1) Shechem was the first capital of the Northern Kingdom (1 Kings 12:25). Jeroboam seems later to have removed the royal residence to Tirzah (1 Kings 14:17). After the brief reigns of Elah and Zimri came that of Omri, who reigned 6 years in Tirzah, then he purchased the hill of Sama... View Details

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New American Standard Bible "Is not Calno like Carchemish, Or Hamath like Arpad, Or Samaria like Damascus?
King James Bible "Is Is not Calno like Carchemish, Or as Carchemish? is not Hamath like Arpad, Or as Arpad? is not Samaria like as Damascus?
Hebrew Greek English "Is not Calno like Carchemish, Or Hamath like Arpad, Or Samaria like Damascus?