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Frequently mentioned in the Old Testament, the Amorites were a Semitic people who flourished 2000-1600 BC.經常提到在舊約的亞摩利人是猶太人的人誰公元前2000年至1600年蓬勃發展。 Their rule extended from ancient Canaan as far as Egypt.他們的統治擴展到古代迦南盡可能埃及。


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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.亞摩利人是一個古老的部落居住的迦南誰該國東北部的約旦河盡可能赫爾蒙山。 In the 13th century BC, the Amorites defeated the Moabites, crossed the Jordan, conquered the Hittites, and overran Canaan to the sea. Their power was broken (see Joshua 9-10) by the Hebrews, under their leader Joshua, at Gibeon.在公元前13世紀,在亞摩利擊敗莫亞比特人,越過了約旦,征服了赫梯,並佔領迦南的出海口。他們的權力被打破(見約書亞9-10 )由希伯來人,根據他們的領袖約書亞,在基遍。 The Amorite ancestry of the Hebrews is mentioned in Ezekiel 16:3.在亞摩利人的祖先希伯來人中提到的基爾十六點03分。

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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.在亞摩利人已經確定的Amurru ,一個人入侵巴比倫誰在21世紀和公元前2世紀後成立的第一巴比倫王朝。


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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.亞摩利人,高原,或hillmen ,是考慮到名稱的後裔之一的兒子迦南(創14時07分) ,所謂Amurra或阿穆里在亞述和埃及的題詞。 On the early Babylonian monuments all Syria, including Palestine, is known as "the land of the Amorites."早期巴比倫古蹟所有敘利亞,包括巴勒斯坦,被稱為“土地的亞摩利人。 ” The southern slopes of the mountains of Judea are called the "mount of the Amorites" (Deut. 1:7, 19, 20).南部斜坡的朱迪亞山區被稱為“裝載的亞摩利人” (申命記1點07分, 19日, 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).他們似乎已被佔領的最初的土地,從高地西部的死海(創十四點07 ) ,以希伯倫( 13 。構件。 13點08分; Deut 。 3時08分; 4:46-48 ) ,擁抱“所有基列和所有巴山“ (申命記3:10 ) ,與約旦谷地東部的河流( 4點49分) ,土地”兩個國王的亞摩利人, “ Sihon和146/03 (申命記31 : 4 ;喬希。 2點10分; 9:10 ) 。

The five kings of the Amorites were defeated with great slaughter by Joshua (10:10).這五個國王的亞摩利人被打敗懷著極大的屠宰由約書亞( 10:10 ) 。 They were again defeated at the waters of Merom by Joshua, who smote them till there were none remaining (Josh. 11:8).他們再次打敗水域的Merom的喬舒亞,誰smote直到他們有沒有剩餘( Josh. 11時08 ) 。 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).這是作為一個令人吃驚的情況,在兩天的塞繆爾是他們之間的和平和以色列人( 1薩姆。 7時14分) 。 The discrepancy supposed to exist between Deut.假定的差異之間存在Deut 。 1:44 and Num. 1時44分和數量。 14:45 is explained by the circumstance that the terms "Amorites" and "Amalekites" are used synonymously for the "Canaanites." 14:45解釋的情況下,即“亞摩利人”和“亞瑪力”的同義詞使用的“迦南” 。 In the same way we explain the fact that the "Hivites" of Gen.同樣,我們解釋一個事實,即“ Hivites ”的將軍 34:2 are the "Amorites" of 48:22. 34:2是“亞摩利人”的48:22 。 Comp.比較。 Josh.喬希。 10:6; 11:19 with 2 Sam. 10時06分; 11:19 2薩姆。 21:2; also Num. 21時02分;還數。 14:45 with Deut. 14:45與Deut 。 1:44. 1時44分。 The Amorites were warlike mountaineers.在亞摩利人好戰的登山者。 They are represented on the Egyptian monuments with fair skins, light hair, blue eyes, aquiline noses, and pointed beards.他們是代表埃及古蹟與公平的皮膚,輕的頭髮,藍眼睛,鷹鼻子,並指出鬍鬚。 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).他們假定已經非常男人的地位,他們的國王, 146/03 ,描述摩西作為最後的“殘餘的巨人” (申命記3點11 ) 。 Both Sihon and Og were independent kings.這Sihon和產品是獨立的國王。 Only one word of the Amorite language survives, "Shenir," the name they gave to Mount Hermon (Deut. 3:9).只有一個字的亞摩利人的語言生存, “ Shenir , ”他們的名字給赫爾蒙山(申命記3時09分) 。

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