egypt, syria, assyria, babylonia, hebrews, israel, palestine, sumerian, damascus, hammurabi, judah
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Ancient Palestine served as a bridge over which passed traders and armies from Egypt on the one hand and from Babylonia and Assyria on the other; and thus the Hebrews repeatedly came in contact with the peoples of the Nile and of the Tigris-Euphrates. These contacts were chiefly of a political, commercial, social, and religious nature. In the present paper it is not our aim to offer a comprehensive treatment of all of them; we shall rather turn aside from all the other phases and focus our attention on the political relations of God's chosen race with the people of Assyria and Babylonia.
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2 Kings 8:7; 2 Kings 15:19; 2 Kings 15:29; 2 Chronicles 28:20; 2 Kings 17:3-6; 2 Kings 18:9-11;
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"Political Contacts or the Hebrews with Assyria and Babylonia,"
Concordia Theological Monthly: Vol. 7, Article 48.
Available at: https://scholar.csl.edu/ctm/vol7/iss1/48