Azotus   - in ancient sources @

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  Azotus   - a Philistine city; the Greek name for Ashdod
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1Macc_4   lains of Idumaea, and to Azotus and Jamnia; and three thou
1Macc_5   Judas turned aside to Azotus in the land of the Philist
1Macc_14   ra, which is on the borders of Azotus, where the enemy for
1Macc_16   were in the fields of Azotus, and John burned it with
1Macc_9-11 *   ued them as far as Mount Azotus. 16 When those on the lef
Aristeas_118   Gaza and the district of [118] Ashdod. The country is enci
Joseph:AJ_12.308   plains of Idumaea, and Azotus, and Jamneia; and of these
Joseph:AJ_12.353   They came also to Azotus, and took it, and laid it waste,
Joseph:AJ_13.92   sand footmen and came to Azotus; and removing thence, he
Joseph:AJ_13.93   pursued Apollonius to Azotus; but as soon as Apollonius
Joseph:AJ_13.99   pursued them as far as Azotus, and slew a great many of
Joseph:AJ_13.101   army, he removed from Azotus, and came to Ascalon; and
Joseph:AJ_13.104   conducted him as far as Azotus; where they all made loud
Joseph:AJ_13.395   ollonia, Joppa, Jamneia, Azotus, Gaza, Anthedon, Raphia,
Joseph:AJ_14.75   ia, as also Marissa, and Azotus, and Jamneia, and Arethusa
Joseph:AJ_14.88   were rebuilt Samaria, Azotus, Scythopolis, Anthedon,
Joseph:BJ_1.156   rissa; and besides these Azotus, and Jamneia, and Arethusa
Joseph:BJ_1.166   Adoreus, and Gamala, and Azotus, and many others; while
Plin:HN_5.68   Samaria, the free town Ascalon, Azotus, the two towns named Jamnea,

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