Aramaeans
The Arameans, or Aramaeans, (Aramaic: ܐܪ̈ܡܝܐ‎, ארמיא ; ʼaramáyé) are a Northwest Semitic people who originated in what is now present-day central Syria (Biblical Aram) during the Late Bronz...
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Old Aramaic language
Old Aramaic refers to the earliest stage of the Aramaic language, taken to give way to Middle Aramaic by the 3rd century (a conventional date is the rise of the Sassanid Empire in 224 CE).Emerging as ...
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Aramaic language
Aramaic (Classical Syriac: ܐܪܡܝܐ Aramaya) is a family of languages or dialects, belonging to the Semitic family. More specifically, it is a part of the Northwest Semitic subfamily, which also incl...
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Arameans
The Arameans, or Aramaeans, (Aramaic: ܐܪ̈ܡܝܐ‎, ארמיא ; ʼaramáyé) are a Northwest Semitic people who originated in what is now present-day western and central Syria (Biblical Aram) during th...
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Gaby Jallo
Gaby Jallo (born 1 January 1989 in Al-Qamishli) is an Aramean-Dutch footballer who currently plays as a Left back for Dutch Eerste Divisie side FC Emmen. He previously played for Heracles Almelo and W...
Qarqar (Karkar)
Qarqar is the name of an ancient town in northwestern Syria, known from Neo-Assyrian sources. It was the site of one of the most important battles of the ancient world, the battle of Qarqar, fought i...
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Ruhizzi
Ruhizzi, was a city, or city-state located in northern Canaan or southern Amurru territories, in the foothills of Mount Hermon during the time of the Amarna letters correspondence. During the 15-20 ye...
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Rezin
King Rezin of Aram (/ˈriː.zɪn/) or Rasin of Syria in DRB (Hebrew: רְצִין ,  {{{2}}},  răzin; Latin: Rasin) ruled from Damascus during the 8th century BC. During his reign, he was a tribu...
Sam'al
Sam'al (Hittite: Yadiya) originally founded as a Hittite colony from 1725-1200 BC. It then emerged as post Hittite, Aramaean Principality, following the collapse of the Hittite Empire in 1200 BC. In 9...
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Aramean Democratic Organization
Aramean Democratic Organization (Syriac: ܛܘܟܣܐ ܐܪܡܝܐ ܕܝܡܘܩܪܛܝܐ) (Arabic: التنظيم الآرامي الديمقراطي At-Tanzim al-Arami al-Dimoqraty‎) also known as ArDO, was founded in 1988 and is a Syr...
Aram Rehob
Aram Rehob was an early Aramaean kingdom, of which the chief city was Rehob or Beth-Rehob, associated with Aram-Zobah as hostile to King David. Num. xiii.21 and Judges xviii.28 place a Beth-Rehob in t...
Aram Damascus
Aram-Damascus (/ˈɛrəm/ or /ˈærəm dəˈmæskəs/) was an Aramaean state around Damascus in Syria, from the late 12th century BCE to 732 BCE.Sources for this state come from texts that can be divided into t...
Tabrimmon
Tabrimmon, also as Tabrimon, also as Tabremon in Douay-Rheims, was an Aramaean king, but there is little known about him. According to the Bible, he is the son of Hezion and the father of Ben-Hadad I...
Paddan Aram
Paddan Aram or Padan-aram was an early Aramean kingdom in Mesopotamia. Paddan Aram in Aramaic means the field of Aram.The name may correspond to the Hebrew “sedeh Aram,” or “field of Aram.” (Rashi to ...
Mandaic language
Mandaic is the language of the Mandaean religion and community. Classical Mandaic is used by a section of the Mandaean community in liturgical rites. The modern descendent of Classical Mandaic, known ...
Aram, son of Shem
Aram (Hebrew: אֲרָם‎ ’Ărām) is a son of Shem, according to the Table of Nations in Genesis 10 of the Hebrew Bible, and the father of Uz, Hul, Gether and Mash. The Book of Chronicles confirms Ar...
Arsawuya
Arsawuya was a 'mayor' of Ruhizzi, located east of Qidšu-(Kadesh), and farther east beyond the Anti-Lebanon mountain range, during the 1350-1335 BC Amarna letters correspondence. He is referenced in 5...
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Chushan-Rishathaim
According to biblical sources, Chushan-Rishathaim (כּוּשַׁן רִשְׁעָתַיִם) was king of Aram-Naharaim, or Northwest Mesopotamia, and the first oppressor of Israel. In the book of Judges God delivers the...
Aramaean kings
The Syro-Hittite states of the Early Iron Age were partly ruled by Aramaean kings. Some of these kingdoms persisted into the 9th or 8th century BC before being absorbed into the Neo-Assyrian Empire.S...
Neo-Aramaic languages
Neo-Aramaic, or Modern Aramaic, languages are varieties of Aramaic that are spoken vernaculars in the medieval to modern era, evolving out of Middle Aramaic dialects around AD 1200 (conventional date)...
Ben-Hadad III
Bar-Hadad III (Aram.) or Ben-Hadad III (Heb.) was king of Aram Damascus, the son and successor of Hazael. His succession is mentioned in 2 Kings (13:3, 13:24). He is thought to have ruled from 796 BC...
Aleppo
Aleppo (/əˈlɛpoʊ/; Arabic: ﺣﻠﺐ‎ / ALA-LC: Ḥalab, [ˈħælæb]) is the largest city in Syria and serves as the capital of Aleppo Governorate, the most populous Syrian governorate. With an officia...
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Bit Bahiani
Bit Bahiani was an independent Aramaean city-state kingdom (ca. 1200 - 808 BC) and an Assyrian province (ca. ~810 - 706 BC) with its capital at Guzana (modern day Tell Halaf). Bit Bahiani was ruled by...
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Amrit
Amrit or Amrith (Arabic: عمريت‎), also known as Marathos or Marathus (Ancient Greek: Μάραθος), was an ancient Phoenician city located near Tartus in Syria. Founded in the third millennium BC...
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