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  • Agada

    . the nonlegal or narrative material, as parables, maxims, or anecdotes, in the Talmud and other rabbinical literature, serving either to illustrate the meaning or purpose of the law, custom, or Biblical passage being discussed or to introduce a different, unrelated topic. Historical Examples So Agada implied much miscellaneous material and included everything not strictly […]

  • Agade

    (def 2). Historical Examples Later traditions cherished the name of a king, Enmeduranki, whom they called a king of Sippar or Agade. Archology and the Bible George A. Barton E-an-dadia, name of zikkurat at Agade, 639;meaning of name, 639. The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria Morris Jastrow Besides the kings of Agade, the rulers of […]

  • Agadir

    a seaport in SW Morocco: destroyed by earthquake in 1960; new town rebuilt S of original site. Historical Examples The memory of Agadir still rankled in the proud Germanic soul. World’s War Events, Vol. I Various This was the famous “Agadir incident,” of which we have all heard. The Myth of a Guilty Nation Albert […]

  • Agag

    an Amalekite king who was captured and spared by Saul but later killed by Samuel. I Sam. 15. Historical Examples Surely, says Agag, imploringly, the bitterness of death is past. The Expositor’s Bible: The First Book of Samuel W. G. Blaikie He thought he could locate the place where Samuel took Agag and hewed him […]

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