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(1.00)Jos 13:25

Their territory included Jazer, all the cities of Gilead, and half of Ammonite territory 1  as far as Aroer near 2  Rabbah.

(1.00)Jos 15:60

Kiriath Baal (that is, Kiriath Jearim) and Rabbah – a total of two cities and their towns.

(1.00)2Sa 12:26

1 So Joab fought against Rabbah of the Ammonites and captured the royal city.

(1.00)2Sa 12:29

So David assembled all the army and went to Rabbah and fought against it and captured it.

(0.95)Eze 21:20

Mark out the routes for the sword to take: “Rabbah of the Ammonites” and “Judah with Jerusalem in it.” 1 

(0.84)Amo 1:14

So I will set fire to Rabbah’s 1  city wall; 2  fire 3  will consume her fortresses. War cries will be heard on the day of battle; 4  a strong gale will blow on the day of the windstorm. 5 

(0.83)1Ch 20:1

In the spring, at the time when kings normally conduct wars, 1  Joab led the army into battle and devastated the land of the Ammonites. He went and besieged Rabbah, while David stayed in Jerusalem. Joab defeated Rabbah and tore it down.

(0.80)2Sa 12:27

Joab then sent messengers to David, saying, “I have fought against Rabbah and have captured the water supply of the city. 1 

(0.80)2Sa 17:27

When David came to Mahanaim, Shobi the son of Nahash from Rabbah of the Ammonites, Makir the son of Ammiel from Lo Debar, and Barzillai the Gileadite from Rogelim

(0.80)Eze 25:5

I will make Rabbah a pasture for camels and Ammon 1  a resting place for sheep. Then you will know that I am the Lord.

(0.70)2Sa 11:1

In the spring of the year, at the time when kings 1  normally conduct wars, 2  David sent out Joab with his officers 3  and the entire Israelite army. 4  They defeated the Ammonites and besieged Rabbah. But David stayed behind in Jerusalem. 5 

(0.63)Deu 3:11

Only King Og of Bashan was left of the remaining Rephaites. (It is noteworthy 1  that his sarcophagus 2  was made of iron. 3  Does it not, indeed, still remain in Rabbath 4  of the Ammonites? It is thirteen and a half feet 5  long and six feet 6  wide according to standard measure.) 7 

(0.60)Jer 49:2

Because you did that, I, the Lord, affirm that 1  a time is coming when I will make Rabbah, the capital city of Ammon, hear the sound of the battle cry. It will become a mound covered with ruins. 2  Its villages will be burned to the ground. 3  Then Israel will take back its land from those who took their land from them. I, the Lord, affirm it! 4 

(0.60)Jer 49:3

Wail, you people in Heshbon, because Ai in Ammon is destroyed. Cry out in anguish, you people in the villages surrounding 1  Rabbah. Put on sackcloth and cry out in mourning. Run about covered with gashes. 2  For your god Milcom will go into exile along with his priests and officials. 3 

(0.30)1Ch 20:2

David took the crown from the head of their king 1  and wore it 2  (its weight was a talent 3  of gold and it was set with precious stones). He took a large amount of plunder from the city.

(0.21)1Ch 20:3

He removed the city’s residents and made them do hard labor with saws, iron picks, and axes. 1  This was his policy 2  with all the Ammonite cities. Then David and all the army returned to Jerusalem.

(0.21)Eze 21:21

For the king of Babylon stands at the fork 1  in the road at the head of the two routes. He looks for omens: 2  He shakes arrows, he consults idols, 3  he examines 4  animal livers. 5 

(0.21)Amo 6:2

They say to the people: 1  “Journey over to Calneh and look at it! Then go from there to Hamath-Rabbah! 2  Then go down to Gath of the Philistines! Are they superior to our two 3  kingdoms? Is their territory larger than yours?” 4 

(0.18)2Sa 12:31

He removed 1  the people who were in it and made them do hard labor with saws, iron picks, and iron axes, putting them to work at the brick kiln. This was his policy 2  with all the Ammonite cities. Then David and all the army returned to Jerusalem. 3 



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