Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
|Overview - Ezekiel 27|
| 1 ||The riches and commerce of Tyrus. |
|26 ||The great and irrecoverable fall thereof. |
Ezekiel 27:18 (King James Version)
Damascus was thy merchant in the multitude of the wares of thy making, for the multitude of all riches; in the wine of Helbon, and white wool.
- Genesis 15:2 ; 1 Kings 11:24 1 Kings 11:25 ; Isaiah 7:8 ; Acts 9:2
- The Chalybon of the Greeks and Romans, now called by the natives Haleb, and by us Aleppo, said to have been so celebrated for its wine, that the Persian kings would drink no other. It was a celebrated city of Syria, situated about 90 miles from the Mediterranean by way of Antioch, and 100 from the Euphrates, in lat
- 36 ; degrees 11' 25" north, long. 37 ; degrees 9' east; and previous to its destruction by an earthquake in 1822, ; occupied, including its suburbs, eight small hills, with the intermediate valleys, comprehending a circuit of about seven miles; and its inhabitants were variously estimated at from Ezekiel 27:100 Ezekiel 27:000 ; to Ezekiel 27:258 Ezekiel 27:000 ; souls.