Kiryat Arba

ancient city and modern town near Hebron (Israel)

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • Kiryat Arba — Localidad de Israel Plaza de Kiryat Arba …   Wikipedia Español

  • Kiryat Arba —    A Jewish settlement established at Hebron after the Six Day War (1967). The name Kiryat Arba (Kiryat Haarbah) is mentioned in the Bible: Kiryat Arba, that is Hebron (Joshua 15:54); Hebron, formally called Kiryat Arba (Judges 1:10); Kiryat Arba …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • Kiryat Arba — 31°31′44″N 35°07′09″E / 31.52889, 35.11917 Kiryat Arba (קִרְיַת־אַרְבַּע en hébreu) est un …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Kiryat Arba — On the way through the Negev, they (Joshua and Caleb) came to Hebron where [they saw] Ahiman, Sheshai and Talmi, descendants of the Giant ( ha anak )... [ BOOK=4 CHAPTER=13] which is… …   Wikipedia

  • Kiryat Arba — Dieser Artikel behandelt unter anderem die israelische Siedlung Schilo, Silo. Für andere Bedeutungen von Silo, Schilo, Schiloh, Shiloh, Shilo siehe Silo (Begriffsklärung). Diese Liste israelischer Siedlungen führt alle größeren israelischen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Arba — (ארבע) (meaning four ) was an Anakite mentioned in as the greatest man among the Anakites and the father of Anak. The Bible also mentions that the city of Hebron used to be called Kirjath arba (city of Arba) after Arba, although a modern day… …   Wikipedia

  • Kirjat Arba — Basisdaten Staat: Israel …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Qiryat-Arba — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Qiryat Arba Hebreo קִרְיַת אַרְבַּע Significado ‘Ciudad de los Cuatro [Gigantes]’ País …   Wikipedia Español

  • Israeli-Palestinian conflict in Hebron — The Israeli Palestinian conflict in Hebron is a microcosm of the wider Israeli Palestinian conflict. The conflict in Hebron is being played out in a city of 160,000 Palestinians and a Israeli settler population of 500 800 living in close… …   Wikipedia

  • HEBRON — (Heb. חֶבְרוֹן; Ar. al Khalīl), city in Ereẓ Israel, 19 mi. (32 km.) S. of Jerusalem in the Judean Hills, 3,050 ft. (930 m.) above sea level. The name Hebron is explained as deriving from the root ḥbr (friend), the name Ḫabiru , or the Arabic… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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