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It was the crowning buffet, the final victory of Philistia over art, beauty, and immaterial things.
Assyrian control of Philistia's trade was a critical goal of this campaign, and the attack on Philistia was meant to prevent Philistine control of "the lucrative Levantine trade routes and ports along the Mediterranean coast.
They call it Philistia, from which the name Palestine is derived.
A more appropriate comment on Alex Salmond was written by Idris Davies, about Saunders Lewis, almost 80 years ago, who "Roused his land, by word and deed, Against Philistia and her more".
One of the five chief towns of Philistia and probably the oldest, Gaza is situated near the coast in lat.
7]Your extended majesty // [14]The peoples have heard You have overthrown those who rise up against You // They tremble You sent forth Your wrath // Anguish seizes It consumed them like stubble // The inhabitants of Philistia.
Their topics include the microscopic record, the impact of urbanization on Middle Bronze Age households in the southern Levant, household gleanings from Iron 1 Tel Dan, early Iron Age domestic material cultural in Philistia and an eastern Mediterranean koine, household economies in the kingdoms of Israel and Judah, and cult corners in the Aegean and the Levant.
He added that the discovery could indicate that the story of Samson reflects a type of temple that was in use in Philistia at the time.
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The Old Testament names imply that the transients, who are allegorically aligned with the Israelites, have the right to settle in the cities of Philistia.
51) Although Wilde served Alfred Douglas a poisonous dish in his letter to posterity from Reading Gaol, De Profundis is in reality Wilde's quarrel with himself for having fallen in love with a prince of Philistia.
Driven to this area by the population wars in ancient Greece, the 'Sea-Peoples' also populated Carthage, Byblos, and Tyre along with Philistia (from whence Palestine).