Places Study on City of Destruction

Places Study on City of Destruction

Isaiah 19: In that day shall five cities in the land of Egypt speak the language of Canaan, and swear to the LORD of hosts; one shall be called, The city of destruction.

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Holman Bible Dictionary - City of Destruction
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Heres - The same name occurs in the margin of Isaiah 19:18 as the name of the 'City of Destruction,' or 'city of the sun' in Egypt
Irha-Heres - , meaning "City of Destruction
ir-ha-Heres - "The City of Destruction" (Isaiah 19:18). Leontopolis is perhaps "the City of Destruction," so-called in disparagement, because here Onias, who had failed to get the high priesthood at Jerusalem, built a temple in rivalry of that at Jerusalem which was the only lawful one. Onion, a Jewish city in Egypt, is supposed in Smith's Bible Dictionary to be "the City of Destruction"; its destruction by Titus being thus foretold
On - The "City of Destruction" Isaiah speaks of (19:18, marg. , "city of the sun") may be the name given to On, the prophecy being that the time will come when that city which was known as the "city of the sun-god" shall become the "City of Destruction" of the sun-god, i
Elimelech - The certain man, there spoken of, going down from Bethlehem-judah, the land of bread, to sojourn in Moab, the City of Destruction, becomes no unapt representation of our first father, who, like the Samaritan our Lord describes, going down from Jerusalem, the holy city, to Jericho, the cursed city, fell among thieves
on (2) - In Isaiah 19:18, "five cities in Egypt shall speak the language of Canaan, and swear to the Lord of hosts; one shall be called the 'City of Destruction' " (Ηa-Ηeres ). "City of Destruction," if referring to this temple, will mean censure of it, as violating God's law that sanctioned only the one temple at Jerusalem
On - Some suppose it to be referred to as the "City of Destruction" in Isaiah 19:18-19
ir-ha-Heres - ] ‘one shall be called, The City of Destruction. ] ), and then further, by the Jews of Palestine, as a counter-blow, into ‘City of Destruction’ (Heb