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Amon (Place)
Amon • No • No Amon
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Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Amon (Place)
Amon (Place). Part of the Hebrew name for Thebes, the capital of upper Egypt (Jer 46:25).See Thebes.
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Amon (Place)
AMON (Place) Part of the Hebrew name for Thebes, the capital of upper Egypt (Jer 46:25). See Thebes.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Amon
AMON1. Governor of the city of Samaria under Ahab, keeper of the prophet Micaiah, while Ahab with Jehoshaphat fought Syria (1 Kgs 22:2, 10, 26; 2 Chr 18:25).2. King of Judah, son of Manasseh, who succeeded his father at age 22 and reigned two years (2 Kgs 21:19–21). He was distinguished by his evil
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
No, No Amon
NO, NO AMON [noe, NO a mahn] — the royal city of southern Egypt at modern Luxor, about 565 kilometers (350 miles) south of Cairo. Some modern versions translate Thebes (NASB, NIV, NRSV).Thebes (or No) was of major importance from the time of Abraham about 2000 b.c. until it was sacked by the Assyrians
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