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HEBREW: 307 atmxa '[email protected]' (Aramaic)
NAVE: Ecbatana
EBD: Ecbatana
SMITH: ECBATANA
ISBE: ECBATANA
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Ecbatana

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Ecbatana: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
a town; capital of the Babylonian province of Media
Google Maps: Ecbatana (34° 47´, 48° 30´)

Hebrew

Strongs #0307: atmxa '[email protected]' (Aramaic)

Achmetha = "Ecbatana"

1) capital of Media, captured by Cyrus in 550 BC and then summer
residence of Persian kings

307 'Achmtha' akh-me-thaw'

of Persian derivation; Achmetha (i.e. Ecbatana), the summer
capital of Persia:-Achmetha.

Ecbatana [EBD]

(Ezra 6:2 marg.). (See ACHMETHA.)

Ecbatana [NAVE]

ECBATANA
See: Achmetha.

ECBATANA [SMITH]

Ezra 6:2 margin. In the apocryphal books Ecbatana is frequently mentioned. Two cities named Ecbatana seem to have existed in ancient times, one the capital of northern Media --the Media Atropatene of Strabo --the other the metropolis of the larger and more important province known as Media Magna. The site of the former appears to be marked by the very curious ruins at Takht-i-Suleiman.

ECBATANA [ISBE]

ECBATANA - ek-bat'-a-na (Ezr 6:2 margin).

See ACHMETHA.




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