Aroer


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Aroer

(ăr`ōər), border town, on the north side of the Arnon River and E of the Dead Sea, the modern Arair (Jordan). Aroer, which changed hands frequently, is mentioned in the Moabite stone.
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Next CHEMOS, th' obscene dread of MOABS Sons, From AROER to NEBO, and the wild Of Southmost ABARIM; in HESEBON And HERONAIM, SEONS Realm, beyond The flowry Dale of SIBMA clad with Vines, And ELEALE to th' ASPHALTICK Pool.
Khirbet Arair, identificado con la biblica Aroer (6), es un pequeno yacimiento fortificado -c.
Mas tarde, el rey Mesa, de Moab, del que tambien se habla en las cronicas biblicas, reconstruyo la ciudad de Aroer con una magnificencia de muros cuyos restos asombran hoy al visitante.
Next Chemos, th' obscene dread of Moab's sons, From Aroer to Nebo and the wild Of southmost Abarim, in Hesebon And Horonaim, Seon's realm, beyond The flow'ry dale of Sibma clad with vines, And Eleale to th' Asphaltic Pool.
Additionally, Rashi (to TB Hullin 60b) cites another scriptural basis for the notion that Sihon had conquered land from Ammon, And their [the Tribe of Gad's] border was Jazer, and all the cities of Gilead, and half the land of the children of Ammon, unto Aroer that is before Rabbah (Josh.
Other god names appear in only nine names and are distributed as follows: hdd, Dan, eighth century; hr (Horus), Arad and Aroer (Negev), eighth century; yrh, Rabbath-Ammon, eighth or seventh century; kms, Karak, ninth century; mwt, Arad, eighth century; qws, Aroer (Negev), seventh century, Tel el-Kheleifeh, one from the seventh century and one from unknown century (Table 1).
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I built Aroer and I made the highway in the Arnon :) I built Beth-Bamot, because it was in ruins.
Wheeler provides a convenient gloss showing that "Aroar" is an Old Testament allusion to an ancient city in Deuteronomy ii.36; Moses and the Israelites defeated a great king and his people in the city of Aroer by the river Arnon (Gebir 17).
The cities of Aroer will be deserted' and left to flocks, which will lie down, with no one to make them afraid.
texts (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Abu Hawam, x Tell Abu Salima, x x Tell Acco, Tel x 'Amal, Tel x Amman (Jordan) x x x x 'Arad, Tel x x Aroer (in x Judah) Ashdod, Tel x x x x Ashkelon x Ayyelet x ha-Shahar Balatah, Tell x x x Balu' (Jordan) x Batash, Tel x Beersheba (Tel x x x Sheba) Beit Mirsim.
If so, these forts (Horvat [Uza.sup.[subset]], Tel Maihata, Horvat Radum, and Tel Aroer) would have comprised an outer defensive ring against the incursion of Edomites into southern Judah.