Amorites亚摩利人 中文 - Zhong Wen

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Frequently mentioned in the Old Testament, the Amorites were a Semitic people who flourished 2000-1600 BC.经常在旧约中提到,亚摩利人是一个谁兴盛二○○○年至1600年BC闪人。Their rule extended from ancient Canaan as far as Egypt.他们的统治扩展从古代迦南据埃及。


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Amorites were an ancient tribe of Canaanites who inhabited the country northeast of the Jordan River as far as Mount Hermon.亚摩利人是迦南人的一个古老的部落谁居住的约旦河国东北部尽量赫尔蒙山。 In the 13th century BC, the Amorites defeated the Moabites, crossed the Jordan, conquered the Hittites, and overran Canaan to the sea.在公元前13世纪,亚摩利人击败了摩押人,越过约旦,征服了赫梯人,并占领迦南大海。Their power was broken (see Joshua 9-10) by the Hebrews, under their leader Joshua, at Gibeon.他们的力量被打破(见约书亚9-10)由希伯来人,他们的领导下约书亚在基遍。The Amorite ancestry of the Hebrews is mentioned in Ezekiel 16:3.希伯来人的亚摩利人的祖先是在以西结书16:3提到。

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The Amorites have been identified with the Amurru, a people who invaded Babylonia in the 21st century BC and two centuries later founded the first dynasty of Babylon.亚摩利人已与Amurru发现,一个人谁入侵公元前21世纪巴比伦和两个世纪以后建立了巴比伦第一王朝。


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Amorites, highlanders, or hillmen, was the name given to the descendants of one of the sons of Canaan (Gen. 14:7), called Amurra or Amurri in the Assyrian and Egyptian inscriptions.亚摩利人,高地,或hillmen,被赋予了迦南的儿子(创14点07分)一个后代,叫亚述和埃及铭文Amurra或Amurri的名称。 On the early Babylonian monuments all Syria, including Palestine, is known as "the land of the Amorites."在早期的巴比伦古迹所有叙利亚,包括巴勒斯坦,被称为“亚摩利人的土地。”The southern slopes of the mountains of Judea are called the "mount of the Amorites" (Deut. 1:7, 19, 20).在朱迪亚山区南部斜坡称为“亚摩利人坐骑”(申命记1:7,19,20)。They seem to have originally occupied the land stretching from the heights west of the Dead Sea (Gen. 14:7) to Hebron (13. Comp. 13:8; Deut. 3:8; 4:46-48), embracing "all Gilead and all Bashan" (Deut. 3:10), with the Jordan valley on the east of the river (4:49), the land of the "two kings of the Amorites," Sihon and Og (Deut. 31:4; Josh. 2:10; 9:10).他们似乎有原先占用的土地伸入死海的高西(创十四点07)到希布伦(13比赛13时08;。申命记3:8;。4:46-48),拥抱“所有的基列和所有巴山“(申命记3:10),与上河以东约旦河谷(4点49分),土地”两个亚摩利王,“西宏和噩(申命记31: 4;乔希2点10分; 9:10)。

The five kings of the Amorites were defeated with great slaughter by Joshua (10:10).在亚摩利人的五王被击败了由约书亚(10:10)大屠杀。They were again defeated at the waters of Merom by Joshua, who smote them till there were none remaining (Josh. 11:8).他们又击败了Merom的水域由约书亚,谁击杀他们,直到有没有剩余(约书亚记11:8)。It is mentioned as a surprising circumstance that in the days of Samuel there was peace between them and the Israelites (1 Sam. 7:14).它提到一个令人惊讶的情况下,在塞缪尔的日子有他们和以色列人之间(1山姆。7:14)和平。The discrepancy supposed to exist between Deut.这种差异应该之间存在着申。1:44 and Num.1:44和数量。 14:45 is explained by the circumstance that the terms "Amorites" and "Amalekites" are used synonymously for the "Canaanites."14:45的解释是,该条款“亚摩利人”和“亚玛力人”是同义的情况下用于“迦南人”。In the same way we explain the fact that the "Hivites" of Gen. 34:2 are the "Amorites" of 48:22.用同样的方法我们解释一个事实,即“希未人”创世纪34:2是“亚摩利人”的48:22。Comp.比赛。Josh.乔希。10:6; 11:19 with 2 Sam. 10时06分,2山姆11点19。21:2; also Num. 21时02分,还数。14:45 with Deut.14:45与申。1:44.1:44。The Amorites were warlike mountaineers.亚摩利人是好战的登山者。They are represented on the Egyptian monuments with fair skins, light hair, blue eyes, aquiline noses, and pointed beards.他们是代表与公平的皮肤埃及古迹,光头发,蓝眼睛,鹰钩鼻子,并指出胡须。They are supposed to have been men of great stature; their king, Og, is described by Moses as the last "of the remnant of the giants" (Deut. 3:11).他们应该有男人了很大的地位,他们的国王,噩,是由摩西形容为“残的巨人”(申命记3:11)最后。Both Sihon and Og were independent kings.西宏和噩均是独立的国王。Only one word of the Amorite language survives, "Shenir," the name they gave to Mount Hermon (Deut. 3:9).只有一个字生存的亚摩利人的语言,“Shenir”的名字,他们送给赫尔蒙山(申命记3:9)。

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