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Raphana, in present-day north of Jordan, was a city of the Decapolis. It is thought to lie north of Umm Qais in the Abilene plain.
- part of Jordan
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The central road ran from Gadara, NE by E to Raphana (prob. the same as ...
The Dictionary Of The Bible (1995)
by John L. Mckenzie
Pliny lists the ten as Damascus, Philadelphia, Raphana, Scythopolis*, Gadara*, Hippos, Dion, Pella, Gerasa*, and Canatha. All the Palestinian cities except Scythopolis lay on the ...
by Chad Brand, Archie England, Charles W. Draper
Canatha, Scythopolis, Pella, Hippos, Gadara, Dion, Raphana, and Gerasa (modern Jerash). Ptolemy, another secondcentury writer, ...
by Matthew George Easton
Gerasa, Dion, Canatha, Raphana, ...
by Elizabeth Knowles
Decapolis in biblical times, a league of 10 ancient Greek cities formed in Palestine after the Roman conquest of 63 BC; the cities were Scythopolis, Hippos, Gadara, Raphana ...
The Union Bible Dictionary. Prepared for the American Sunday-School Union [by W. A. Packard], and Revised by the Committee of Publication ... Second Edition (1838)
Philadelphia an Raphana, (or Raphanae,) were seven of the remaining nine, and the other two were either Kanatha and Capitolias, or Damascus and Otopos. These cities were inhabited chiefly by foreigners (Greeks) in the days of our ...
Catholic Bible Dictionary (2009)
by Scott Hahn
as Damascus, Hippo, (iadara, Pella, Scythopolis, Raphana, Canatha, Philadelphia.
A Basic Bible Dictionary (2004)
Raphana*. TETRARCHY OF PHILIP ANITIS MJANEA Bethsaida Canatha . L. pALILEE (L TIBERIAS) AURANITK THE SEVEN CHURCHES Of THE REVELATION H-++ TURKEY 25 miles.
prepared for the American S.S. Union and adapted to general use by Archibald Alexander, American Sunday-School Union
The ten cities of Decapolis, according to Josephus, were, Damascus, Otopos, Philadelphia, Raphana, Gadara, Hippos,Deos, Palla, Gerasa, and Scythopolis. DECEASE, to die a natural death, Matth. xxii. 25. Death, Luke ix. 31. DECEIT, fraud ...
by Hastings, James
The original tencities, as enumerated by Pliny, were Scythopolis, Pella,Dion, Gerasa, Philadelphia, Gadara, Raphana, Kanatha, Hippos, andDamascus. Other cities joinedthe league from timetotime. Theregionof Decapolis (Mat. 4:25, Mar. 5: 20 ...
by Daniel J. Harrington
Though there are some variations in the ancient lists, they included Damascus, Philadelphia, Raphana, Scythopolis, Gadara ...
by Katherine Harris
These were built by the followers of Alexander the Great and consisted of Scythopolis, Damascus, Hippos, Philadelphia, Gadara, Pella, Dion, Gerasa, Kanatha, Raphana.
by Johnnie Godwin, Phyllis Godwin, Karen Dockrey
One list of the original ten cities is: Damascus, Raphana,
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