Arkite



arkite

(Gen. 10:17; 1 Chr. 1:15), a designation of certain descendants from the Phoenicians or Sidonians, the inhabitants of Arka, 12 miles north of Tripoli, opposite the northern extremity of Lebanon.

Historical Examples

Taurione, is remarkable, for “Taurus was an emblem of the Ark, and by Taurione was signified the arkite dove.”
Tradition John Francis Arundell

We thus, from different starting-places, arrive at the same goal, the arkite solution of Bryant.
Old Friends Andrew Lang

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