ancient name of .
it is situated just to the north of the mountain on the left bank of the araxes.
armenian legends and festivals louis a. boettiger
the river araxes was recognized as the frontier of both states.
a history of the nineteenth century, year by year edwin emerson
agriculture was neglected, and they subsisted entirely upon their cattle and the fish supplied by the araxes.
female warriors, vol. i (of 2) ellen c. clayton
on the confusion of the araxes and jaxartes in herodotus, see vol.
the history of antiquity, vol. iii (of vi) max duncker
the latter city was at the junction of the araxes and medus.
the anabasis of alexander arrian of nicomedia
he need not put himself to the expense and trouble of building a bridge across the araxes.
cyrus the great jacob abbott
it is watered by the great river araxes, and by a mult-tude of rivers beside.
ruins of ancient cities (vol. ii of ii) charles bucke
the p-ssage suggested retreat; and heraclius, retracing his steps, recrossed the araxes, and wintered in albania.
the seven great monarchies of the ancient eastern world, vol 7. (of 7): the s-ssanian or new persian empire george rawlinson
during the early part of his reign he conducted military expeditions to the north beyond the river araxes.
myths of babylonia and -ssyria donald a. mackenzie
cereals and hardy fruits grow on the higher ground, whilst rice is cultivated in the hot, well-watered valley of the araxes.
encyclopaedia britannica, 11th edition, volume 2, slice 5 various
the ancient name for the aras
an arbitrager. contemporary examples franz also said that the arb did not shield officials from questioning or blame. congress: hillary’s benghazi investigation let top officials escape blame josh rogin september 14, 2013 he was interviewed by the arb, but not identified as having done anything wrong. exclusive: hillary’s benghazi ‘scapegoat’ speaks out josh rogin may […]
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a rectangular piece of cloth with fringes at the four corners and a hole in the center for the head, worn under the clothes by orthodox jewish males.
a powerful medieval crossbow with a steel bow, used to shoot stones, metal b-lls, arrows, etc. historical examples the cross-bow, or arbalist, was a popular weapon with the etolians, and was introduced into england in the thirteenth century. every boy’s book: a complete encyclopdia of sports and amus-m-nts various an arbalist or cross-bow man; also […]
arbathite a name given to abi-albon, or, as elsewhere called, abiel, one of david’s warriors (2 sam. 23:31; 1 chr. 11:32), probably as being an inhabitant of arabah (josh. 15:61), a town in the wilderness of judah.
an ancient city of -ssyria, e of the tigris, on the site of modern erbil: headquarters of darius iii before his defeat by alexander the great at gaugamela 331 b.c. historical examples ashurbanabal proceeds to arbela for the purpose of worshipping her during this sacred period. the religion of babylonia and -ssyria morris jastrow temples […]