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Nevmutat6

Abdr Nahan, 433, 435, 441, 443, 447


Abda, 195
Abdimilkurre, 349
Abdon, 86, 90, 94
Abdu-Heba,64
Abel-bet-maaka, 316
AbeJ-mehola, 196
Abi: Lisd Abija
Abia: lasd Abija
Abiezer,93
Abigail, 159
Abihu (Awn Ea), 109, 110
Abija (Awn Ea), 109,221
Abija Ueroboam fia), 109,209,221
Abija (Samuel fia), 90
Abijam (Abija), 207, 208, 226, 228, 234, 236
Ab.melek, 63, 86, 90, 91,104, Ill, 131, 177,
232
Abinadab, 109, 139, 140
Abinadab (Saul tia), 140
Abisag, 191
Abisaj, 140, 168
Abisar, 170
Abjhar, 109, 110, 157, 164, 165, 167, 168, 177,
178,181,190,191,192,195
Abner, 136, 139, 140, 141, 144, 161, 178, 190
Abraham, 54, 55, 58, 59, 60, 62,63,69,74,83,
105
Absalom, 143, 144, 148, 150, 161, 166, 167,
168,169,181,191,209,228
Acor, 343
Adadnirari 1Il, 273, 277, 279, 282, 285, 287,
303
Adam, 48

Adarezer: ldsd Hadadezer


Ad6ni-bezeq, 100
Ad6ni-Cedeq, 100
AdonijJ, 143, 145, 150, 181, 182, 184, 190, 191
Adoniram,195
Adoram, 177, 178,219,220
Adullam, 143, 155, 156, 157
Adunu-balu, 256
Afeg, 81, 95,121,122,124,126,127,139,156,
160,286,287
Afrika, 34, 37
Afrodite, 367
Agag, 118
Ahab, 35, 208, 212, 214, 224, 237, 238, 239,
241,242,243,247,249,250,251,253,254,
256,257,258,260,261,264,265,266,268,
270, 285, 292, 314
Ahaz: Jasd J6ahaz auda)
Ahazja (lzeael), 208, 237, 242, 251, 257, 261,
263,265,266,267,268,270,272,288,289
Ahazja Ouda), 208, 237, 242, 270, 272, 288,
298
Ahija (Baasa tia), 215
Ahija (Eli fra), 165
Ahija (Silo), 188, 198,206,219,220,221,224,
230, 231
Ahija (Sisak Ea), 195
Ahigam, 385, 386, 402, 404
Ahilud, 177
Ahimaac, 196
Ahimc1ek, 109, 110, 143, 155, 164, 165, 177
Ahimiti, 336
Ahinidab,l96
Ahinoam, 159

m
470

Ahisar,195
AhitOfel, 167, 168, 178
Ahitub, 109, 110, 164, 165, 177
Ahlab,95
ahlamu,80
Ahura-l\hzda, 439
Ahzaj,441
Aj, 57, 70, 93
Ajah, 166
Ajja16n (varos), 94, 327
Ajjalun (volgy), 45,133,234

Akbbr,386
Akis, 143, 156, 159, 160
Akhorisz,444
Akkad (Jkkadok), 213, 215, 419
Akko, 31, 41, 44, 95, 206, 342, 428, 431
AkzJb, 95, 342,440
Aleppo, 279, 371
Alexandria, 36
Amacja, 208, 217, 222, 275, 276, 281, 282, 284,
288,290,291,292,294,295,296,331
Amalek (amalekitak), 118, 144
Amarja, 264
Amarna (el~Amarna), 64, 80
AmJsza, 167, 168, 169, 178, 190
Amaszisz, 408, 409, 425, 428, 429, 435
Amcl-}'hrduk, 409, 412
Amenhotep IL, 80
Arnenhotep IlL, 64
Amenhotep IV" 67, 78
Amittaj,293
Amman, 32, 175

Ammon (amm6niak), 32, 72, 86, 118, 131,


135,144,161,168,173,175,176,205,210,
243,296,305,317,342,389,390,394,405,
406,451
Amnan, 143, 167
Amon, 245, 359, 429
Amon Uuda kir:llya), 131,209, 302, 325, 326,
345,359,373,375
amoritak: Iasd amurru
Amosz, 213, 293, 294, 297, 311, 318
Amrafel,63
Amram, 40, 69, 109
amurnJ, 39, 67, 183
Amurtaiosz,444
Anat, 87, 416
Anatot, 191, 195,395
Anat61ia, 35, 37, 44, 304, 342, 354, 444

.Nivmutatil

Anat61iai fennsik, 32
Ansan, 421, 430
Anti1ibanon-hegyscg, 37, 41
apiru: Lisd habiru
Appuasu (Pirindu), 409,
Apricsz (Hoira), 375, 394, 406, 408, 429
Aqabai abal, 37, 48, 201, 205, 265, 291
Araba, 47, 49,100,266,291,327
Acabia (arabok), 37, 40, 75, 201, 202, 243, 409,
410,419
Arab-sivatag, 34, 37, 41, 75
Arad, 70, 100, 103, 110, 381, 397, 398
Aradi Jevelek, 399
Aram (aramiak), 39, 40, 135, 174, 175, 249,
284, 308, 389, 423, 424
Aram-naharaim, 86, 102
Argob, 196
arkitak,90
Armenia, 418, 434
Arnon (folyo), 48, 49, 57, 99, 171, 173,243,
254, 268
Awn (aroni papsag), 109, 110, 111, 128,230
Arpad, 277, 303, 335
Arsza, 349
Arszamesz, 443, 444, 452
Arszesz, 431, 453
Artaxerxesz I., 431, 443, 444, 447, 448
Artaxerxesz II., 431, 444, 447, 448, 451
Artaxerxesz III., 431, 441, 444, 453
Artemiszi csata, 443
Arubbot, 196
Arvad, 342, 367
Asambetel,416
Asdod, 40, 81, 296, 323, 336, 337, 342, 346,
366,449,451
Asdudimmu, 337
Aser, 94, 95,133,196
Asira, 104, 106,380
Asqelon, 40, 44, 67, 314, 317, 341, 342, 346,
351,367,386,387,440
Assur (varos), 133, 369, 375, 427
Assur (isten), 354, 356
Assur-ah-iddina, 302, 323, 326, 348, 349, 351,
354,355, 357, 358, 365, 368, 377, 420, 421,
427
Assur-ban-apJi, 237, 306, 323, 352, 353, 354,
357,359,364,365,366,368,370,375,420,
421,427
Assur-dan, 282

Nevmutato

Assur-etil-iL\ni, 364, 365, 370, 375


Assur-naszir-apii, 252, 254, 256, 303, 326, 351
Assur-nirari IV., 282, 303
Assur-uballit, 369, 370, 375
Aster6t-karnajim, 293
Ast6rct, 380
Asuli, 349
Assziria (asszirok), 34, 40, 213, 293, 298, 299,
302,303,304,305,306,307,308,309,310,
314,316,319,325,329,334,335,336,337,
341,343,345,348,349,352,353,356,360,
364,365,366,367,369,370,371,373,383,
407
Asza, 208, 212, 215, 217, 226, 228, 229, 231,
233,234,236,237,239,242,249,250
AszaeJ, 140, 141
Asszuan, 412
Aszttiagesz, 418, 430
Atdlja, 208, 237, 254, 264, 266, 275, 276, 281,
282,283,288,289,314,327
Atar6t, 99, 268
Atarus,99
Athin,430,431,443
Avva, 323
Azarja (prOfeta), 229
Azarja (Natan fia), 195
Azarja (Cadoq lia), 195
Azarja (Uzzija), 196,208,217,282,292,293,
295, 296, 298, 318
Azeka, 395, 425
Azrikam, 313
Azuri,336
Azsia, 34, 37, 365, 443
Baal (Baal,vallas), 104, 105, 106, 107, 108,218,
225,238,239,240,257,289,290
Baal (Turosz kiralya), 349, 357
Bail-Berit, 232
Baal-Ricar,45
Baal tv'felgart, 279
Baal-peracim, 162
Baala, 198, 200
Baal", 198, 200
Baalisz, 405
Baana (Ahilud lia), 196
Baana (Husaj fia), 196
Bam (Ahija flJ), 215, 229, 231, 232, 234, 236,
237,249,250,251,270

471
Babilon (BabiI6nia), 34, 63, 149, 207, 213,
215,299,318,323,334,342,348,354,357,
360,364,368,371,372,385,388,390,391,
406,407,412,414,417,418,419,421,426,
427, 430, 433, 435, 443
Babiloni Kronika, 320, 351, 362, 363, 367,
369,370,388,389,391,393
Bagoasz, 444, 453
Baktria, 423
Bali-rasi,274
Banai-Barga, 343
Badq, 86, 90, 95
Bard,ja, 429, 432, 433
Barhadad: Usd Ben-Hadad
Kuka,423
Baruk,386
BJ.rzillaj, 168, 181
Basa, 208, 226, 256
Basan, 48, 49, 93,196,197,293
B,ltseba, 144, 145, 150, 173, 191
Bealat, 196
Beirot, 133, 136, 137
Beer-seba, 45, 46, 50, 55, 90, 105, 115, 116,
123, 128, 129, 171, 173,280,297,332,374,
380, 382, 383
Behisztuni-felirat, 431, 432, 433
Beisan, 31
Bcitin,83
Bci 'Uur ct-Tahta, 198
Beba (folyo, volgy), 41, 277, 293
Bel-sar-uszur, 409
Bdsacd: Lisd BeJ-sar-uszur
Ben-abioadab, 196
Benaja, Ill, 177, 178, 181, 195, 196
Ben-deker, 196
Ben-geber, 196
Ben,Hadad (Barhadad), 226, 229, 231, 234,
236,237,239,240,241,242,247,249,250,
261,268,275,279,282,283,284,285,286,
287,291
Ben-heszed, 196
Ben-hur,l96
Beni Haszan, 35
Benjamin (benjaminiak), 45, 89, 91, 93, 94,
99,102,114,116,124,126,128,130,131,
133,138,176,179,196,220,374,397,404
Beroszosz, 371
Berotaj, 175, 176

at
472
Betah, 175, 176
Bet-Allat, 95
Bet-Arbel, 283
Bct-eur, 45, 425, 441
Bet-Dagon, 343

Bitil, 45, 83, 91, 93, 105, 110, 116, 128,230,


231,234,236,258,297,323,383,416,425
Bet-hakkerem, 441
Bet-Horoll, 45, 46, 198,200

Betlehem, 45, 47,104,108,118,142,143,145,


152, 152, 153, 163
Bet-millo, 86
Bit-Scan, 31, 45, 48, SO, 81, 93, 139, 171, 196,
233
Bet-semes, 81, 95,115,121,171,196,296,327
Bidbr, 241
Biz,lIlC,37
Bocra,49
Bohall, 99
Borszipp,1,410

Bubasztisl, 206, 233


Biiblasz, 40, 256,312,342
Cadoq (cadoqiak), 109, 110, 145, 164, 165,
167,168,177,181,195,437
Cacs;nca, 44
Cefanja, 407
Cefanja (Sallum fia, Jeremias), 385

Cila, 133
Ceredil,220
Ceruja, 140, 177

Ciba, 144, 146, 197


Cidqija, 209, 342, 345, 360, 361, 375, 390, 391,
393,395,396,402,404,412
Cif, 143, 155, 158,338
Cij/m-begy, 198

Cij('JI1-tco16gia, 193. 194, 211:L 223. 22.t, 229 390


ClkIag, 143, 150, 159
Ciptus, 304,336, 349, 394,409,418,428,433,
435,441,443,444

Nfvmutato

Dan (varos), 47,104,110,115,171,230,231,

236,258,293,297,332
Dim (daniak), 97, 409
dan una (Denjeo), 79, 97
Dareiosz L, 417, 427, 428, 430, 431, 432, 437,

439,441,443,446,452

Nivmutat6
Efraim (efraimiak), 44, 89, 91, 93, 94, 95, 97,

99,102,114,115,128,130,131,133,153,
163,166,168,207,220,312,318,328,341,
374
Efraimi-dombsag, 44, 45, 89, 91, 94, 131, 196,

316

Dareiosz 11.,423,429,431,432,433,435,444,
452
Dareiosz HL, 431

Efrata, 152, 153


Efron, 234
Egei-tenger,64

David, 63, 85, 99, 108, Ill, 115, 118, 119,


120,123,124,127,128,129,131,133,136,
137,138,139,140,141,142,143,144,145,
146,147,148,149,150,151,152,153,154,
155,156,157,158,159,160,161,162,163,
164,165,166,167,168,169,170,171,172,
173,174,175,176,177,178,179,180,181,
182,183,184,185,187,188,189,190,191,
192,193,194,195,197,202,205,207,209,
210,218,219,220,221,226,228,229,230,
236,238,254,328, 333, 338, 374, 387, 405,
407
Debi', 45, 57,100, 103, 132
Deb6ca, 85, 86, 90, 91, 93, 95, 108, 128

Egl6n, 57,100,132
Egyiptom, 29,30,31,32,34,35,37,39,55,57,
59,60,61,64,66,67,69,78,80,82,85,180,
181,202,206,221,233,298,306,316,319,
329,334,343,351,352,353,360,366,367,
370,371,372,373,385,406,407,408,41l,
415,417,423,431,433,434,435,439,443,
444,446,448
Ehud,85, 86,91,93

Deutero-Jesaja, 411, 415, 421, 424, 426


Deir el-Azar, 124
deloszi szovetseg, 430
demotikus kronika, 431

Di',369
Deuteronomium, 107, 120, 376, 377, 379,

382,416,450
Dhiban, 99, 243
Dibon, 49, 213, 243, 254, 268
Diduma,423
Doeg, 136, 157

D6" 44, 93, 309, 314, 316, 317


Dotan, 45, 222, 253
Duna, 439, 443
Dzseba,234
Dzsebel Aszur, 45
Dzsczcr: List! Tell Dzsczl'r

Damaszkusz, 40, 44,175,176,200,201,205,


222,224,236,245,275,279,286,291,292,
294,296,302,303,307,308,309,312,316,
323,329,330, 335, 374,429

Ed6m (ed6miak), 49, 57, 69, 70,103,118,135,


144,173,210,256,265,266,268,276,305,
342, 345, 390, 405

Ecjon-geber, 183,201,203,205,261,265

Et-Tell, 70
Etbaal (Ittobaal), 254, 342
Eti6pia (eti6pok), 336, 343, 392, 393, 429
Eufratesz falyo, 32, 34, 40, SO, 78, 80, 186,

302,303,357,367,369,370,383,384,392,
441

Ezikiel, 411, 414, 425


Em, 406, 417, 424, 427, 431, 437, 438, 441,
446,447,448,451,452

EI-Medejjine, 254

Ezsau, 55, 103

Ela, 208, 226, 229, 232, 237, 251, 311


Elam, 323, 335, 348, 350, 357, 364, 368, 391,
429,432,433
Elasza, 385, 404
Elat, 49, 291,309,310
el-Dzsib, 70, 124, 186
Eleale,99
Eleazh (Awn tla), 109, 112, 126, 126
Eleazar (Abinadab fia), 109

Elephantine, 353, 371, 412, 413, 414, 415, 416,


432,445
Elhanan, 145, 153
Eli (Eli-tlak), 85,109,110,115,119,120,121,
126,127,128,129,163,164,165,192,206,
230, 231
Elih6"f,195
Elisa, 400

Dadanu, 410

Esbaal: l<isd Is-baset


Eszagila, 427
Eszak-Afrika, 34

EI, 105,215
EI-beeit, 218
EI-Bitil, 105

Eliezer (Dodajahu fia), 109


Ebed-melek, 395

Eqmn, 40, 317, 337, 341, 345, 346, 367

EurGmedon, 443
Euszebiosz, 366
Evagaras, 444
Evil-merodak: Iasd AmtJ-marduk

Cirusz, 438

Ebenew, 83,115,119,121,122,123,129
Ebla,29

.16n, 86, 90, 94


Elon-bet-hanan, 196
Elteqe, 349
Emmausz, 425
Endor, 137
En~gedi, 48
eponGmosz-lista, 277, 279, 303, 314, 316

Ekbatana (Perzsia), 423


Ekbatana (Sziria), 429
Ekhnaton: Lisd Amenhotep, IV.

C6ba (c6baiak), 118, 135, 144, 174, 175, 176


CUf, 116, 120, 122, 128

Ebal, 45, III

473

Elisama, 405

Eljada, 176
Eljakim, 384, 412
E1jasib, 398, 448, 450
Elkina, 313
Elna"n, 386, 394, 441

Fekete abeliszk, 271, 272, 274


filiszteusok, 40, 46, 69, 82, 85, 86, 97, 100,

102,109,115,116,117,118, 1l9, 121, 122,


135,144,148,155,157,158,159,160,162,
170,236,243,287,296,305
Filisztia, 40, 44, 124,210,279, 302, 303, 309,
314,317,319,329,336,342,391
Foldkozi-tengee, 29, 31, 32, 34, 35, 37, 39, 40,
41,46,49,64,97,210,222,253,254,257,
274,277,299,300,301,302,304,309,312,
314,316,348,364,366,367,372,389,419,
432,435
Foldkozi-tenger ke1eti partvideke, 37, 39
Fonicia (foniciaiak), 35, 37, 40, 44,162,171,

176, 183, 193,202,203,205,210,222,247,


253,254,260,265,283,305,309,319,351,
394,408,428,431,433,441
Fcigia, 350, 423
fcigylada, 109, 1l3, 114, 115, 121, 124, 126,
127,131,144,146,150,163,165,183,219,
231,386
Fiilop 11" 431

.u
474
Gad (gadiak), 97, 99, 157,254,268
Gad (prOfeta), 178, 187
Galilea, 41, 44, 47, 78, 81,93,95, 170, 171,
175, 176,219,222,293,301, 308, 309, 316
Galilea-t6, 46, 47
Gat (gatiak), 40,143,144,159,168,178,283,
290,296,337, 341
Gat-hefer, 293
Gaumata,432
Giza, 40, 44, 50,100,132,205,314,317,335,
341, 346, 388
Geba, 162, 234, 374,380, 383
gebalitak, 277
Geber, 197
Gedilja, 402, 403,404, 405,406,411, 425
Gederot, 327
Gemarja, 385, 404
Gerizim, 45, 111
Gersom, 104, 109, 110
Gerson, 109
Gesem, az arab, 449
Gesur, 133, 144, 161, 166, 167
Getiim, 137
Gezer, 29, 67, 81, 97,132,162,171,180,198,
200,201,205,233,280,314
Ghor, 47
Gibbet6n, 232,236, 251,252,337
Gibe~45,91,93, 116, 117, 11~ 121, 122, 124,
130, 133, 140, 155, 165, 192
Gibeat-Elohim, 116, 119, 122, 124
Gibeon (gibe6niak), 45, 57, 59, 83, 100, 124,
132,133,138,140,162,163,166,185,192
Gideon, 85, 86, 91, 93, 94,103,104,106,108,
Ill, 186
Gihon, 16~ 214, 338
Gilboa, 118, 122, 126, 138, 139, 143, 149, 150,
159, 160
Gilead (gileadiak), 48, 49, 89, 91, 93, 94, 99,
102,114, Il7, 131, 133, 140, 196, 197,231,
293,316,317
Gilgal, 93, 116, 117, 119, 122, 128, 133, 169,
297, 323
Gimzo,327
Gindibu, 255
gittitak: lisd Gat
Gobrliasz (Ugbaru), 435
Goliit, 108, 143, 145, 153
Gomorra,59
Cardium, 365

llrf-vmutat6

G6sen, 55, 100, 132


G6zan, 323
Gorogorszig, 3D, 431, 443
gorogok, 30, 35, 37, 41, 418, 430
goriig szovegek, 58, 250
Guti (gutiak), 419
Gligesz, 353, 365
Habakuk, 388
habiru (hapiru, apiru), 80
HJbur.323
Hic6r, 29, 47, 57, 70, 81, 86, 164, 180, 198,
200,201,214,247,257,259,280,316
Hadad, 180, 183, 186
Hadadezer, 174, 175, 176,237,245, 249, 256,
270,274
Hadara,308
HaggJi, 417, 426, 427,428,430, 436,437
Haifa, 41, 95
Halah,323
Hallisz foly6, 365,407
HJm,54
HamJt, 40, 44, 175, 200, 201, 279, 293, 294,
317,323,335,371,385,409
Hamat-eoba, 200
Hammurabi, 63,420
Hanani, 229, 232, 252
Hananja, 391
Hanno,314
Hanun,173
hapiru: !asci habiru
Harambetel,416
Haram es-Sadf, 198
Haroset-ha-gojim, 95
Harran, 4~ 54, 55, 36~ 369, 37~ 371, 409
Hisabia, 163
Hatrikka, 312
Hatti, 40, 215, 349,389, 393
Haurin, 316, 317,440
HazaeJ, 237, 249, 250, 274, 275, 276, 279, 283,
284,285,287,290,309
hrb~r(ek), 55.57, li6
Hebron (hebr6niak), 45, 47, 50, 61, 100, 102,
103, lOS, 110, Ill, 132, 136, 140,141,143,
148,150,160,161,164,165,170,218,338
Hefer, 196
H~Lim, 174
Helba,95
hellenek, 30

Nivmutat6

Heret (erda), 157


Hermon-hegy, 47, 49, 51, 97, 171
Herodes, 44,48
Herodotosz, 34, 183, 301, 334, 342, 352, 353,
366,388,392,394,408,409,418,423,428,
429,431,432,433,443
Hesb6n, 49, 70, 99,268
hettita (hettitik), 40, 183, 198,202
Hibra,410
hiksz6sz, 69
Hllakku, 341
Hilqlja, 379, 385
Hiram, 144, 182, 183, 186, 188,200,203,205,
307,310,314
Hirbet Szela, 133
Hltbet Qila, 157
hivvi, 99, 133, 198
Hizqija, 209, 214,215,281,298,302,325,326,
331,332, 333, 334, 335, 336, 337, 338, 339,
340,341,342,343,345,346,347,353,354,
35~ 376, 382, 386, 398, 410
Hobab,I03
Hofni, 109, 115, 121, 126
Hofra: !asd Apriesz
Holt-tenger, 46,47,48,49,50,51,55,99, 158,
173,222,243,268,441
Holt-tengeri tekercsek, 48, 151
Horemheb,78
Horma,I00
H6sea, 209,213,216,294,298,300,302,307,
311,316,318,319,320,321,334
Hulda, 374, 379, 385
Hume, 409
Hurri,67
Husilj, 168, 178
husvet, peszah, 332, 374, 383, 416
Ibcan, 86,90,94
Idibilu,314
lion, 316
lkibod,I09
llu-Ver,279
Inarosz, 431
Indiai-6cein, 39
indoeur6pai nep, 30, 417
Indus, 34
Ira, 177
Iran, 307
Irak, 243

475
Irhuleni, 256, 270
Irqanata, 256
Is-boset, 133, 137, 139, 140, 141, 143,144,161
Is,zabr, 94, 95, 196.252
Isztrosz, 434
Istar, 356
Itamar, 109
lttai, 168
Izbet Szarti, 83
Izebel Oezabel), 239, 240, 242, 254, 258, 260
lzsik, 55, 61, 62, 63, 69, 83
Jaazanja, 403
Jabboq foly6, 48,49, 173
Jibes, 117, 131
Jabes-Gilead, 113, 114, 121, 126, 131, 143, 161
Jabin, 85, 86
Jaddui,448
Jadihu,410
Jad, 103
JMet,54
jafetitak, 90
Jahic, 254, 268
Jiir, 86,90,93,94, 177, 196
Jikin es Boiz, 193
Jakob, 55, 59, 60, 62, 63, 69, 74, 83, 87, 94, 97,
109
Jamani, 336
Janoah, 316
Jaone,296
Jarmuk, 48, 49
Jasib,312
Jatribu, 410
Jebusz (jebuszi), 99, 162, 198
Je&a, 86, 87, 90,94,102,131,173
Jefunne, 103
Jehid,179
JehOisjJ6is (Izrael), 208
JehOisjJ6is Ouda), 281, 282
Jeh6cadiqJJ6cidaq, 436, 437
Jeh6jada (Benaja apja vagy fia), 288, 290
Jeh6iada (fOpap), 290
Jeh6jakin, 394
Jeh6rim (lzrael kirilya), 237, 241, 245, 249,
250,251,254,257,266,268,288,289
Jeh6ram (lzrael es Juda kidlya), 266, 267, 268
Jeh6rim Ouda kidlya), 211, 212, 237, 239,
242,268,276,283,325
Jeh6ram (pap), 264

I.
476
Jeh6"fat (kiraly), 212, 229, 238, 242, 243, 251,
254,261,263,264,265, 266,267,268, 270
Jeh6saHt (Ahilud tia), 177
Jeh6saf.it (Paruah fiJ), 196
Jeh6seba, 288, 289
Jihu, 208, 210, 211, 214, 217, 224, 237, 238,
239,241,242,245,247,250,258,261,263,
266,267,270,272,274,275,276,277,280,
281,282,283,287,292,294,295,296,298,
300,311,318
Jehu (profeta), 232, 252
)eno:lffi,63
Jcrahmed (jerahmeeliek), 103
Jeremras, 128, 213, 385, 386, 386, 387, 388,
389,390,391,392,395,396,404,406,411,
415
Jenk6, 45, 50, 51, 57, 59, 70, 91, 99
Jerobeam I., 109, 110, 164, 180, 183, 186, 187,
188,198,206,208,209,220,221,223,224,
225,226,228,229,230,231,232,234,252,
258,286
Jeroheam II., 209, 242, 275, 276, 277, 281, 282,
292,293,294,295,296,298,300,310,311

Jerublxl<i.1, 104
]eruzsalcm (jeruzsilemiek), 31, 44, 45, 47, 49,
50,51,78,121,124,127,128,133,142,144,
145,147,148,149,162,163,165,169,171,
173,176,181,182,184,185,191,192,193,
198,200,205,207,209,211,213,218,219,
220,222,223,224,231,233,234,236,257,
265,266,267,276,292,292,295,300,313,
328,329,334,335,341,343,346,347,374,
375,382,384,393,394,397,402,407,410,
427,431,437,441,447,449,450,451
Jesaja, 207, 213, 277, 300, 319, 327, 328, 329,
330,331,332,333,341,342,343,346
]csana,234
]CSUd, 426, 435, 448, 453
Jetr6, 103

Jezabel: lasd Izebe!


Jm,,!, 41, 44, 45,93,95, 133, 159,242,252,
267,270,287,294
Jmeel-v61gy, 48, 78, 93, 94, 95, 103, 118, 126,
138, 170, 200, 201, 222, 253, 318, 371

Jibleam,272
Jisaj, 118, 142, 152, 158, 160,219
Jismiil, 55, 404, 405, 406
Jisvi, 140

Nevmutat6

Nevmutat6

J6ib, 140, 141, 167, 168, 170, 173, 177, 181,


184,191,196
)6J.hiz (a judai ]ehod.ffi fia), 209
J6ahaz (lzrael), 208, 250, 283, 284, 285, 286,
287,291,302
Joihiz Gilda), 209, 275, 299, 300, 384
Joas (Abiezer), 104,208,217,222,273,275,
276,281,283,284,285,286,288,289,290,
291,292,296
J6d.daq, 346
Joel (Samuel tla), 90
J6ezer, 441

bid, kaldeus. 323, 371, 389, 394, 395,404


Ki1eb, 57, 61, 102, 103
Kalliasz, 431
Kambiiszesz 1., 411, 418, 426, 427, 431, 432,
433,437,439
Kambiiszesz 11., 417, 428, 429, 430
Kanaan (kanaaniak), 39, 54, 55, 57, 61, 62, 63,
66,67,69,70,75,76,83,99, 102, 103,427
Kappad6kia, 418
Kar-Assur-ah-iddina, 349

]6hanan, 448, 453

Karme1 (varos), 155, 158

J6jida, Ill, 177, 178, 195,288,448


j6jikim, 209, 375
Jojakim, 361, 385, 386, 387, 388, 389, 404, 448
J6jakin, 389, 390, 391, 412, 413
Jonas, 293
Jonatan, 117, 118, 121, 124, 126, 130, 143, 395
J6natan (David), 155
J6nad.n (Gersom Ea), 104
Jonitan (Saul fio), 119, 136, 139, 143, 147,
153,154,160,166,178,281,448
Joppa, 44, 372
Joqneam, 196
Jordin folyo, 31, 39, 41, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 57,
93,94,99,102,130,131,168,169,171,200,
234,236,253,287,425
]6safat, 177,208,237,239
Josephus, 44, 48, 301, 371, 389, 390, 405, 406,
408,418,421,428,441,453
Josi;a, 209, 211, 215, 326, 333, 359, 360, 361,
362,363,367,370,372,373,374,376,379,
380,381, 382, 383, 384, 386, 398, 402
Jotim, 209, 217, 277, 281, 295, 296, 300, 302,
308, 313, 326
Jozsef, 55, 59, 62, 94, 206, 221
Jozsue,57,59,61,62,63,65, 70, 74, 91,93,97,
99,100,110,120,128,147,438,439
Juda, 210, 211, 254, 256, 257, 260, 290, 297,
305,308,372,388,390,393,397,398,401,
410,423,425,439,451
Judai-sivatag, 46, 99,131,136,161,200

Karmel-hegy, 35, 41, 44, 50, 201, 206, 222, 274


Karnajim (Aster6t-karn:ijim), 293
Karnak, 82, 213
Karthag6, 35, 429
Kaszitia, 414
Kausmalaku, 316
Kebar,413
Kedes, 316
Ketlra, 133
Kem6s, 183,243,268,380
Kenaz (kenizzi), 102, 103
Kerak,268
kerkid.k, 178
Khnum-hotep 111., 35
Khorszabad, 337
Kileib,167
Kilikia, 350, 418
kimmerek, 360, 365
Kimuhhu, 385
Kinneret, 47, 48, SO, 99,133
Kir-hareset, 49, 268
Kirjit-jeirim, 102, 116, 121, 124, 133, 144,
192, 200, 386
Kis, 116, 117
Kis-Azsia, 202, 304, 365, 366, 407, 409, 418,
431,443
Kiszlev,388
kittim, 372
Kohat, 109
K6ze1-Ke1et, 27
kretaiak, 170
Kroiszosz, 408, 418, 425, 430
Kundi,349
Kuntillet Adzsrud, 106, 108
Kurk,243
Kusan-risJt<iim, 86,102

Kabill,206
Kadutisz, 388
Kain, 60, 103
Kalah, 245, 254, 300

Kareah, 405
Karkemis, 40, 350, 367, 371, 375, 385

477
Kutha,323
Kuaxaresz, 366, 369, 370
Kurenaib, 430
Kurosz, 405, 412, 417, 418, 419, 420, 421, 423,
424,425,426,427,428,430,432,433,435,
439,443,444,446
Kurosz agyaghenger-felirata, 421, 422, 424
Laban, 335
Laban (yaros), 74
Labasi-marduk,409
Lahav,84
Lais, 97, 102
Likis, 57, 70, 100,214,215,280,292, 331, 394,
395,398,410
Lakisi osztrakon, 394, 399
Lamek,58
LarszJ., 410
Lebona, 113
Levi (livitik), 60, 62, 69, 74, 86,100,104,109,
110, 163, 171,236, 276, 288, 418, 431, 443,
450,451
Libanon-hegysig, 37, 40, 41, 234, 293, 294
Libia, 206
Libna, 57,100,110,132,268,331,384
libniek, 110
Lisin,48
La-debar, 166,293
Luat, 279
Lukianoszi reeenzi6, 217
Luli,341,342
Ludia, 350, 353, 365,407,408,417,418,430,
434
Liigdamisz, 365
Lukia (ltikiaiak), 365, 418
Maika (Absalom), 228
Maika (Absalom anyja), 166,209
Maika, 161,228
Maaszeja GMhh fia, )uda), 313
Maaszeja (Sallum fia), 385
maddattu, 312
Madiiesz, 366, 369
Magdolus, 388
Mahalalil, 58
Mahaniim, 140, 143, 144, 160, 168, 196,293
mahlik, 110
Makae, 196
Maked6nio (makedonak), 30, 299, 430, 431

L
478

Miki Lo-debarb61, 168


Mahr, 93, 94, 168

Makkabeusok, 404
Malkija, 395
Malkisua, 139, 140
Mamre, 105
Mandant\ 418
Macn, 155, 158
Manszuate, 277, 317

Mara, 110
Marasu, 412, 413
Marathon, 35
M"duk, 409, 419, 421, 424
Mares a, 236, 442
Margiana, 433
mari,69
Maszada,48
maszoreta heber szoveg, 58
h.1atiilu, 304
Matinuba\u,256
Mattanja, 390
Matuzsa\em, 54
Mecad Hasavjahu, 372
~ledeba, 49,236, 243,254,268
Medeibeh,257
Media (medek), 314, 323, 360, 365, 366, 370,
407,417,430,432,433
"t'vledina,410
Mediterraneum, 35, 37, 40, 304, 325, 349, 366,
370,371,385,407,444
~vfetlb6set, 144, 148, 166, 167, 168

Megabtizosz, 431, 443

Megiddo, 41, 44, 45, 80, 81, 93,164,171,180,


193,196,198,200,201,214,218,222,233,
247,256,257,272,280,281,316,317,367,
374, 383
Melkicedeq, 165
Melqart-felirat, 249, 279
Memphisz, 302, 351, 411, 428
Menahem, 209, 216, 300, 302, 307, 308, 309,
310,311,312,313,314,318,328
1.1enandrosz, 254, 319
Menase, 45, 57, 91, 93, 94, 99, 138,302,312,
325,326,333,335,341,346,347,348,349,
352,353,354,356,357,359,360,361,374,
411

Menase (Juda kira.1ya), 209, 375


Mentor, 444
Mirab, 166

Nivmutat6

Merari, 166
Meribaal, 166
Mernepta, 63, 66, 67, 68, 73, 78, 81, 94
Merodak-Baladan, 332, 334, 335, 341, 342
Mesa, 213, 238, 251, 254, 261, 262, 265, 268
Mesa-felirat, 99, 213, 243, 247, 262, 269, 279,
304
Metegamma, 170
Mezopotamia, 29, 34, 37, 39, 60, 67, 69, 181,
193,369,371,409,411
meunitak,296
Micpa, 45, 93,116,117,119,121,128,131,
234,323,403,404,405,407,425,437,441
Midjan (midjaniak), 86, 107
Migdal, 388, 411
Mika,213
Mika (efroimi), 104, 106, 108, 115
Mika (ptofeta), 328, 386
Mikdja (UrielJanya), 228
Mikaja (Gemarja tla), 404
Mikaja (Imlah fia), 241
Mika1, 143, 144, 153, 154, 155, 166
Mikmas, 45,117,119,121,130
MiH:tosz, 423
Milkam, 183,380
Millo, 183, 198,221,338
Mirjam, 109
Mitinti,314
mmst, 338

Moab (moabiak), 39, 49, 69, 70, 72, 86, 118,


135, 152, 155, 173, 183, 205, 210, 213, 236,
241,243,247,252,254,256,257,261,266,
268,305,317,336,342,345,389, 390,405,
406,451
Moahi k6: Usd Mesa-felirat
.t\.Johamed, 56
Malak, 380
Monolit-fe!irat, 243, 248, 256
More tolgye, 111,218
}'16rija, 111
Mozes, 55, 57, 58, 61, 62, 63, 69, 70, 74, 83,
103,104,107,109,110,120,128,147,187,
230, 340, 374, 376
Murasu, 412, 413
musiak, 110
Muszr, 304
Muszri,256
Mukale-hegy, 430, 443

Nivmutat6

Naama, 218, 225


Nahal, 136, 158, 159
Nabat, 209
nabateusok, 40
Nabl usz, 231
Naoot, 239, 241, 242, 257, 260, 270
Nabu-apla-uszur, 368, 369, 371, 375
Nabu-kudurri-uszur 11., 215, 362, 367, 370,
371,375,385,386,387,388,389,390,391,
392,393,394,395,396,397,398,400,401,
402,404,405,406,407,408,409,410,425,
433,436
Nahu-kudurri-uszur IIL, 435
Nahu-kudurri-uszur IV., 433, 435
Nabunaid, 407, 409, 410, 418, 419, 420, 435
Nadab, 109, 110,208,226,230,231,237
Nadab (lzrae! kiralya), 229
Nafat-D6r,196
Nafdli, 89, 94, 95,108,196,316,374
Nagy Sandor, 27, 28, 30, 34, 35, 37, 40, 431,
446,453
Nahalol,95
Nahas, 131, 148, 161, 168, 173
Nahor, 55, 58
Naj6t, 155
Narh 1 Ke!b sztele, 351
Natan, 144, 145, 147, 178, 181, 187, 191, 193,
194,195,196
Naukratisz, 408
Neapolisz,31
Neba,268
Negev, 44, 45, 46, 49, 50, 57, 99,103,106,135,
143,159,171,207,233,327,338
Nehemja, 207, 404, 417, 426, 427, 431, 436,
437,438,441,446
Nehustan, 340
NekoI., 351, 352, 353, 366, 372, 375
Neko II., 375, 383, 384, 385, 388, 392, 435
Nergal-sar-uszur, 409
Nilus, 30, 34, 50,59,66,233,371,415,435,
441,447,448,450,451
Nimrud, 245, 300
Nimrud-prizma, 336
Ninive, 299, 332, 349, 361, 369, 370, 375, 410
Nippur, 410, 412
No-Amon, 352
N6b, Ill, 154, 155, 157, 176, 190
Nobah, 93, 94
Noe, 31

479

Nubia (nubiaiak): Usd Eti6pia


nuzi,69
Obed-Edam, 144
Ofel, 162, 198,296,338
Ofir, 201, 202, 203
Ofra, 93, 104
Og, 57, 196, 197
Omri (Omri-dinasztia), 181, 208, 210, 211,
213,214,217,224,225,232,236,237,238,
239,241,242,245,247,249,250,251,252,
253,254,255,256,257,258,260,261,265,
268,272,280,283,292,294, 309, 311, 331
Opisz, 419
Orontesz foly6, 243, 245, 256
Osznapper, 323
Oszorkon IV., 320, 335
OtnieI (otnieliek), 85, 86, 102, 103
Padakku,410
Padi, 341, 345
pai6niaiak, 423
palastu: l<isd filiszteus
Palajahu, 387
Palesztin" 29, 31, 34, 37, 39, 41, 44, 46, 47,49,
50,51,52,55,59,62,63,65,66,67,69,72,
73,75,76,77,78,80,88,97, 100, 102, 106,
107,108,117,135,136,152,170,202,213,
214,232,233,310,366,392,410,412,417,
431,432,433,439,441
Palmiira, 200
Papyrus Anastasi L, 80
Paran~hegy, 107
Parszumas, 365
Parthia, 33, 434
Paruah, 196
Pashur, 394
Pathrosz, 411
Pedaja,436
Pediesz, 392
Pekah, 209, 216, 217, 300, 302, 307, 308, 312,
313,314,316,318,327,328,329,357
Pekahja, 209, 216, 217, 300, 307, 308, 312,
313
Pella, 48
peloponneszi haboru, 431
Penuel, 231, 232, 236, 258
perizzik, 162, 198
Perzsa-6b61, 32, 39, 423

$
480

Nivmutat6

Perzsia (perzsak), 34, 35, 37, 41,149,299,413,

Ramot-Gilead, 196, 197, 239, 242, 247, 270,

417,418,419,424,425,426,430,431,432,
433,437,439,441,443,444,448

286,287
Rasz Samra, 106
Rebekka, 55, 61
Recin, 300, 302, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 312,
314,316,318,326,327,328,329,357
Refaim, v61gy, 162
Rehob,95
Rehobo'm, 195,206,207,217,218,219,220,
222,225,226,227,228,232,236
Rikab (,ikabitik), 389
Remalja, 318
Retenu, 39, 80
Reu,321
Reuben, 57, 97, 99
Reuil, 103
Rez6n, 176, 180, 183, 186, 188,236,249,250
Ribla, 367, 371, 384, 397, 407
Riepa, 166
Rima-sztele, 273, 277, 279, 285
Roma (,6maiak), 35, 37, 41, 299
Rukibtu, 314, 342
Rusza I., 337
Rut, 152, 153
Rylands papirusz, 392

Petra, 40, 49

Philadelphia, 32
Phraortesz, 366, 369
Pinhasz (Eleazar fia), 109, 110, 127
Pinh"z (Eli fi,), 109, 110, 115, 121, 124, 126,
127
Piraton,94
Piru, 336
Pitom,66
Plataia, 430, 443
Pohikratesz, 408
Posidium,443

P,z,mmetik I., 352, 353, 366, 367, 372, 375,


411
Pszammetik 11., 375, 392, 393, 443
Pszammetik III., 428
ptolemaida, 34
Ptolemaisz, 31
Pill: lasd Tukultu-apil-esarra
pun haboruk, 35
Qabceil, 111
Qadis, 57, 102, 110
Qadi' (Naft,li), 95
Qadi,-Barnia, 100, 110, 132, 133
Oitrnajim, 316, 317, 440
Qa'qa" 243, 248, 251, 256, 320
Qeila, 143, 157, 158,441
Qeni (qinik), 99,100,103,107,159,160
Qjd,6n, 339, 380
Qis6n, [olyo, 95
Qitr6n,95

O9"h (qo"hiak), 103


Que, 202, 256
Qumran, 359
Raameszesz (b Pitom), 66

Raameszesz II., 66, 70, 78


Raameszesz III. 78, 82, 97
Rabba (amm6niak) (Rabbat-amm6n), 31, 32,
49,173,174,176
Rab'aki, 331, 343, 413
Rama, 44, 91, 116, 119, 128, 129, 155,215,
234,236
Ramat Rahel, 257
Ramataim-eofim: lasd Raffia

Saalbim, 196
Saba, 185,201
Sabaa-fe1irat, 277, 279
Sabaka,336
Sabataka, 343
saran, 270, 385, 386, 402, 404, 425
Salamon, 35, 58, 63, 69, 85, 120, 123, 124, 144,
145,147,148,149,150,171,175,176,177,
180,181,182,183,184,185,186,187,188,
189,190,191,192,193,194,195,196,197,
198,200,201,202,203,205,206,207,208,
211,214, 217, 218, 219, 220, 221, 228, 229,
230,236,238,245,249,250,254,256,258,
260,265,281,361,407
Salamoni szemily, 182, 183, 184, 185, 187,
188,192,193,211
Salem, 165
Sallum, 209,300,301,311,312,379,384,385
Sallum (Hulda firje), 379
Sallum Oeremias), 386
Sallum GMhh II.), 384
Salman, 283
Samas-sum-ukin, 357, 364, 375

Nivmulat6

Samgar, 86, 87
Samerina, 323, 335, 337
Samshi-Adad V., 282
Samsi (Arabia kiralyn6je), 310, 316, 323
Samson, 85, 86, 87, 91
Samuel, 85, 90, 93,115,116,117,118,119,
120,121,122,123,128,129,137,142,143,
146,147,154,155,160,187,219,230,404
Sara, 55, 61
Sa,6n, 44, 200, 222
5muhn II., 300, 302, 304, 319, 320, 321, 322,
323,325,326,335,336,337,341,342,365,
410
Sarruludari, 342
Saul, 85, 93, 97,115,116,117,118,119,120,
121,122,123,124,126,127,129,130,131,
132,133,134,135,136,137,138,139,140,
142,143,144,145,147,148,149,150,152,
153,154,155,156,157,158,159,160,161,
1~,1~165,16~1~1~1~173,1~,

176,181,190,192,197,206,219,220,224,
231, 287
Savsa, 177
SealtieI, 436
Seba, 148, 150, 166, 169, 170
Sefila (Pani siksag), 41, 46, 51, 84, 99, 100,
155,159,170,292,327,338,441
Sekem (sekemiek), 31, 45, 47, 60, 74, 78, 86,
91,93,103,104,105,111,113,131,164,
218,219,225,231,232,236,253,260,280,
406
5im, 31, 54, 58
Serna, 280
Semaja, 221, 233
Semer,253
Semi negyszog, 39
semitik, semi nepek, 31, 35, 40
Septuaginta: Iasd gorog szovegek
Si,bacca,,418,425, 426, 427,430, 435
Sesonk: Iasd Sisak
Seva, 177
Sian, 256
Sil6 (sil6iak), 45, 103, 104, 108, 109, 111, 113,
114, 120, 121, 124, 126, 127, 128, 165,206,
221,386,406
Siloan-esatorna, 213, 214, 338, 339
Simeon (simeoniak), 60, 74, 99, 100, 164, 374
Simi, 167, 181, 184, 191
Simi 06natan apja, David), 178

481

Simi (Ela fia), 196


Sind.r,54
Sisa, 196
Si,ak (5esonk), 206, 213, 221, 225, 226, 232,
233,234
Sisera, 91, 95
5koposz-hegy, 155, 191
Sobak,174
Sobi, 148, 168
Somron: lasd Szamaria
S6rek, volgy, 162
S6-volgy, 173
Sparta, 444
Sulmanu-asaredu 111.,238,243,248,249,250,
251,256,268,270,274,277,279,282,287,
303,304,309,318,320,346,368,369
Sulmanu-asaredu N., 282
Sulmanu-asaredu v., 283, 300, 320, 323, 325,
334
Sunem, 139, 181
Sur, 133
Szaisz, 320, 351, 435
Szalamanu,316
Szalamisz, 35
Szam"ia, 31, 44, 45, 94, 193, 194, 208, 209,
214,216,225,232,238,239,240,245,247,
252,253,257,260,267,268,272,275,280,
284,285,286,287,291,292,296,299,302,
307,308,313,317,318,320,321,322,323,
328,329,331,343,406,414,431
szamariai osztrakonok, 280, 283
szamaritanus sz6veg, 58
Szamosz, 351, 408
Szanballat, a horoni, 449, 451
Szandaksatru, 365
Szanduarri, 349
Szanipu, 316
Szardeisz, 365, 418
Szarduri III. (Urartu kiralya), 365
Szarira, 221
Szaszu,80
Szati,416
Szattagudia, 433
Szebasztije, 253, 280
Szebasztosz,31
Szefarvajim, 323
Szefirei feliratok, 304
Szeir, 243

482
Szela, 291

szentely (masodik), 423, 427, 435, 439


Szentfold, 31
Szerija, 177,407,436,437,451

Szethi, 78
Szibriam, 323

Szid6n (szidoniak), 40, 95,171,254,256,279,


303,317
Szihon, 57, 196
Szilkanni, 335
Szillibe1, 341
5zimirra, 321
Szin, 409, 410, 419, 420
Szin~ahhe-eriba, 215, 281,325,326,331,332,
333, 334, 335, 338, 342, 343, 344, 347, 348,
3S4, 410, 420
Szinaj,296
Szindzsar, 277
Szinai-sivatag, 32, 34, 37, 55
Szinai-hegy, 61, 62, 76, 108
Szin-sar-iskun, 368, 369, 375
Szin-sum-lisir, 364, 375
Szinuhe,50
Sziria (sziriaiak); Lisd meg Aram (arimiak),
29,40,80,300,309,313,328,329,433,444
Sziriai-sivatag, 32
Sziriai-efraimi hiiboru, 308
Sziria-Palesztina, 34, 40, 41, 67, 81, 105, 106,
300,301,302,303,304,306,307,309,310,
314,317,318,319,320,341,342,349,366,
370,406,408,426,444,448
Szkiithia (szkitak), 360, 36S, 366, 367, 369
Szkuthopolisz,31
Szmerdisz, 429
Sao, 320
Szodoma,59

Szogdianosz, 444
Sz6k6, 196,327,338,340
Sztrat6n, 44
Szudan,34
Szukk6t, 48, 287
Szuza, 323, 364,423, 448
Taanak, 4S, 171, 196
Taba!, 341, 365
Tabee1, 314, 328
Tabor-hegy, 108, 116
Tabrimmon, 226, 250

Tadmor,200

Nevmulato
TaJat, 196
Tafile,291
Tahpanhesz (Daphnae), 411
Tainat: Lisd Tell Tainat
Takh6sz, 444
Takrit, 369
Talmai,161
Tamar, 144, 166, 168,200
tamarfU, 312
Tanutamon, 352
Tappuah,31!,312
Tarsis, 263
Tatnaj,439
Taurus~hegyseg, 37
Tefnakht, 320
Tel-Aviv, 40, 413
Tel-Harsa, 413
Tel-Melah,412
Tell Abu Havam, 80
Tell Arad, 72, 80
Tell Balata, 113, 231, 280
Tell Beit Mirszim, 81
Tell Dzsezer, 198, 280
Tell ed-Duveir, 280, 397, 398, 404
Tell el-Fara, 253, 280
Tell el-Fu!, 89
Tell el-Muteszellim, 198,280
Tell el-Qedah, 198,280
Tell en-Naszbeh, 234, 403
Tell er-Remit, 247
Tell esz-Szeba, 280
Tell esz-Szultan, 70, 93
Tell Hisban, 70
Tell Ibrahaim, 323
Tell Dzsemme, 354
Tell Main, 158
Tell Sejk Madkm, 155, 157
Tell Tainat, 193
Tell Zif, 158
Tema, 419
tengeri nepek, 77
Tennesz, 431, 444, 453
Termekeny filhold, 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 37, 69,
305, 407, 417
Teq6a, 297
Theba, 82,213,233, 302, 352
Thera, 64
Thermopiile, 443
Thotmesz III" 78

Nevmutato
Thrakia, 423, 430, 443
Tibhat, 176
Tibni, 217, 251, 252
Tifea, 319
Tifszah, 205
Tigris, folyo, 32, 34, 50, 299
Til-Garimmu, 343
Timna,327
Tirea, 45, 215, 218, 232, 251, 252, 253, 280,
311,312
Tirhaka, 331, 343, 349, 351, 352
Tisbi,239
Tobija (amm6ni), 449, 450
T6j (Tou), 175, !76
Tola, 86, 94
tofet, 380
Transzjordania, 41, 44, 47, 50, 70, 75, 78, 81,
94, 133, 135, 144, 148, 166, 168, 170, 171,
173, 174, 175, 176,201,203,222,223,224,
231,236,239,247,265,274,283,287,293,
296,308,309,310,316,396,410,419
trereaiak, 361
Tubai!, 307, 310, 314, 328
Tukultu-apil-esarra 1., 40, 80
Tukultu-apil-esarra III., 216, 217, 281, 293,
296,299,300,301,302,303,304,307,308,
309,310,312,313,314,315,316,317,318,
319,325,326,327,329,330,349,353
Tiirosz (turosziak), 40,144,171,176,180,182,
183, 186, 188,205,256,279, 303, 307, 312,
313,317,328,342,349,351,364,390,394,
406,407,408,444
Udzsahorresznet, 428, 429, 435, 441
Ugarit, 29, 105
umman-manda, 370
Ur,409
Uri, 197
Urartu, 303, 304, 314, 337, 350, 365
UrieI,228
Urija, 330
Urija ben Semaja (prOfeta), 386
Uruk, 368, 410
Uszanata, 256
Uszu,364
Ustani,435
Uzzija: Iasd Azarja
Vadi Beszor; Llsd meg Egyiptom, 314, 335

483
Vadi Brisza, 367
Vadi el-Milh, 173,291
Vtldi es-Saria, 296
Vadi esz-Szuveinit, 130, 234
Vadi et-Temed, 254
Vadi Fara, 48, 253
Vadi Hesza, 48, 49
Vadi Mudzsib, 48, 171
Vadi Qumran, 48
Vadi Zerqa, 48
Vespasianus,48
Via maris (tengeri ut), 44
Voros-tenger, 34, 37, 39, 47, 49, 55, 57, 59,
201,202,203,389,435
Xerxesz 1., 423, 430, 439, 441, 443, 446
Xerxesz 11., 444

Zabibe (Arabia kiralynoje), 312


Zabud, 195
Zakir-felirat, 279, 287
Zebadja, 264
Zebulon, 94, 95, 108
Zekarja (Izrael kiralya), 236, 275, 282, 290,
295,300,302,311,426,427,428,430,436,
437,438
Zekarja 06j<ida fia), 209
Zekarja (profeta), 417
Zelza, 130
Zerah, 229, 231,236
Zered, patak, 48, 254
Zerubbabel, 418, 426, 427, 428, 430, 435, 436,
437,438,439,441
Zikri, 313
Zimri,215,223, 232,237,252,253,270,272, 311
zor, 47
12. dinasztia, 35
19. dinasztia, 66, 78, 233
20. dinasztia, 66, 78, 82, 233
25. dinasztia, 304, 325, 336, 341, 342, 343, 348
21.
24.
22.
26.
23.

dinasztia,
dinasztia,
dinasztia,
dinasztia,
dinasztia,

206
320, 325, 337
206, 221, 320, 335
325, 348, 352, 353, 366, 370
325

Bibliai helyek mutat6ja

Genesis / Teremtes
1-2
1-11
2-6
4:1-16
4:16
4:17
4:17-26
5
6-9
10-11
12
12-22
12-50
12:5-7
12:6
12:6-7
12:8
12:1~20

13:18
14
14:5
14:18-20
15:13
15:16 . . . . . . . .
15:18-21
16:13
17:1
20
20:8-12
21:33
22

22:2

54
83
54
103
107
60
60
60
54
54
74
55
83
39
III
105
105, 230
61
105
63
293
165
69
.
69
39
105
105
61
89
105
111

III

23-24
24
25:1-11
25:13
25:19-35:29
25:20
26:1
26:1-11
26:23-25
28: I ~22
28: 18-22
29-31
29:9-30
29:31-32
29:31-30:24
31:13
32:22-30
32:27-28
33:18-20
33:20
34
35: 1-15
35:4
35:7
35:10
35:11
35:16-20
35:19
35:23-26
36
36:11
37-50
43:14
46:8-11

55
40
55
314
55
89
63
61
105
105
230
74
89
97
74
105
231
94
105
105
60, 74
230
111
105
94
105
74
153
74
55,173
103
55
105
69

48
48:3
48:7
48:22
49:3-4
49:5-7
49:13
49:14-15

94
105
153
74
97, 99
74, 164
95
95

Exodus / KivonuJas
1
1-15
1:1 1
1:15
2
2:18
3
3:1
4:18
6:3
6:16-25
6:18-20
6:23
11:1-2
12:35-36
12:37-39
12:39
12:40
13:18b-19
13-NUffi. 10:10
14:5a
15:1-8
15:20

74
55
70
60
418
103
107
103
103
107
109
69
109
61
61
60
61
69
61
57
61
108
109

...
486
15,22-26
18
183-4
18A . . . . . .
HI4-17
24,7..
.
32
32,1-4
3H..
3428..
.

BiMini be[yek mJ/tat6ja

.. lID
103, 107
109
.
109
52
. .. 61
108,230
230
.. 230
61

Le'o'iticus / Levitak

10
101
101-7

230
110
108

16,1-8
383
IU
.376
18,6-7
382
2B-6
450
23J 9-20 . . .
. .. 450
265
.69
28,1-35.
. ... 376
2836
.. 414
28,36-37 .
. . 376
28,38-68
.. 376
28,64
414
28,68 . . . . . . . . . .
. 411
29-30
376
32,8-9
107
332 . . .
.
107
HI8-19.
.
95

Numeri / SzaIDok

Jozsue

lOJI-14,45
57
10,29 . .
.
103
11-12 . .
. . 108
13-14
102
14,22-24
106
14,24
103
14A5
100
15,36
57
16
108
17-18
110
20,14-21
"
70
21,1-3
100
21-9
340
22
70
26,58 . . .
. . . .. 108
32
97,99
3Ll2 . .
.
103
3B9-42
.93
34,3.....
. ... 173

1-9
91
1-24
57
6
91
6-8 . .
. .. 93
7-8 . .
. .. 91
n6-18
88
8..
..
111
830--35
104
9,3-21
...166
93-27
100
9,17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
10
. . 100, 133
IOJ-5 . . . . .
. . 100, 165
1024
90
10,29-42 . . .
.
100
10,29-43
132
1036 . .
.
61
IOA0-42.
.
61
10AI
100, 132
ILl-6
.
93
13
.. 97,99
.61,91
13-22 .......
13A . . . . . . . . . . .
. . 39
13,29-31 . . .
. 93
14J
..
126
IH-15
103,132
14,14
103
15,1-4
173
15,2-5
100
15'5-11
102

Deuteronomium

1-34 . . . . .
427-28
4A4-1 U2
11,11.....
12
12-26 '"
12,1
12,10

..

57
414
376
50
380
376
416
416

IH
99
15,9-10
200
15J3-19
103
15J6-19
100
1521-62.
.
340
15,26-32
100
15,55-56
159
16
97
16,2-3
90
17,1
93
IN
126
17,8
311
Inl-13
93
17,14-18
94
17,15
162
17J8..
..81
18J ....
..
III
18:11-20
91
18,17
99
18,25-28
133
18,28
130
19
.
97
19-21 ..
III
19J-9
100
19,10--39
95
19A0-48 ..
.
97
19A9-50
91
1951
111,126
21
. . 226
21,1 . . .
. . 109
2U-2
104, III
21,1-42 .
171
22
..... 99
22,12 . ..
.. 104
22,13 . ..
109
2231-32
126
23-24
120
24
91,104,111
24,29-30. .
. .... 91
24,33
109,124,126

Birak
1
1,1-21
1,5-7 ...
1,8 . . . . . .
1,9-10
Uo--I5

61,75,90
100
. . 100
. . 162
61
100, 103

487

Bibliai head mutat6ja

L13 . .. .
U6...
1'16-17.
IB-28
IB-33.
1,28
1,29 . . .
UO....
U0--33
U3
U4....
US
2,11-23
3,7-11 ..
3,7-17,21
H....
3,11
3J2-30
3,15-30..
BO...
BI

103
103
100
93
. .. 171
178
.
97
.
178
95
178
.
97
178
85
.. .. 86
85
103
85
86
. . 91, 93
.
85
86,87
4
95
4-5
86, 90, 93
4,3.
.
85
4,4-5
.. 90
H-IO
.... 128
H....
. .. 91
4,10 .
.. 91
4,11.....
...103
4JI-22. ..
.. .. 103
5
87, 95
5,4-5
107
5,17
99
5,17b.
.95
524-30
.... 103, 107
531 . .
. 85
6-8
.86,91
6-9 . . .
. . 104
6,11 ...
.. .. 104
6J 1-32 .
.
108
6,14
104
6,24 . .
. .. 104
625-32 .
.
104
6,26
104
6,35 ..
.. 94, 95
n
III
U3............
.94
U4-8,3
94
8J4.
.
90
.

8,16
. .... .. .
.. 89
822-28
..... 91
8,28 . .
. .. 85, 86
8,30--35 .
. ..... 218
9
.. 90
9A
90, 104, 232
%
91, 104, 131
9,27 . . .
. .. 52
9,30 . . . .
. . 90
9,37...
. .. III
9A6 . . .
.
104
9A6-49 .
.
232
10,1
253
10,1-2 . . .
. 86, 94
10,1-5
94
1~3..
.
93
10,3-5
S6, 94
10,6-16.
102
1O-ln
... 86
10,9 . .
102
IOJ8...
.
90
II ...
131
IU-IH
.. 99
IU-In ....
.. ... 90
IU
.. 90
11,6 .........
.90
11,8 . . . . . . . . . .
. . 90
IL9..
.
131
ILl-6
94
IH.
.
94
12:5 .. . .
....
. . 153
IL8-10
86
12,8-15
94
12J 1-12
.. 86, 94
ILl3-15 . .
. . 86, 94
12,15
90
13-16
.. 86,91,97,103
13-18 ..
.. .... 97
13J
.. 85
15,9-11
... 102
15,20 . . .
. . 85
1631
.. .. 85
17
.. .... 108
17-18
. 97, 104
17-21
..... 108
IH.
.78
IU..
.. 110
lU-S
108,163
IS
108

18,3 . . .
18,11
18,19
IS,30
18,31
19
19-21
19J
19,10-15
19J2
1921..
20,1-3
20,18 . . .
20B-28
20,28 .. .
21,1-8
21,8-12
21,12
21,16-22 . . .
2U9
21,19-23
21,25 .. .

. . . . . . .. 104
......... 102
104
110,230
.
104
..
163
124,127
108
.83
95
..
III
404
.
102
113
.. . 109
404
131
.
113, 126
.
113
126
52
.78

Rut

],2..
4,2

. .153
89

I Samuel
I
..
1-3
.
1-4
I-IS ......
U

1,1-4,la
U ..
U ..

U9 ..
],24
..
2

..

2-3
2,22 ..
2,27-36 .
B ..
3,15 .
4
..
4Jb .
4,Ib-U

...
.......
....
....
... 115,
121,
.........
...
. . 114,
.....
. .....
.. 114,

130
lIS
128
115
153
128
108
114
115
126
119
120
126

.. 192

.... 114, 126


114

114, 119
. . 119
.. 19, 121

488

H...
..114
4:18 . . . . . . . .
. .. 85
5:1-7:2 ...
. .. 116
7.....
. .. 119,404
7:1
109, 192
7:1-2
144
7:1-3
124
7:2
119
7:3-14
119
7:3-17
116
7:3-8:22
122, 128
7:10 . .
.
116
7:12 . . . . . . . . . .
83
7:15-17
93
7:16
230
7:17..
.
115
8..........
...119
8:1-3.
.. ..... 90,116
8:4-9 .. .. .. .. . 116, 174
8:10-18.
. .. 136
8:11-17.
.. .116
8:19-22.
. .116
9-10
119
9:1-2
.
130
9:1-10:16
117,120,
122, 128, 129
9:1-10:8
117
10:1
160
10:2
130
10;5
116,119,135
10:7
404
10:8
122
10:9-16
117
10:17-24
.. 121
10:17-25 .... 117,122,128
10:20-21
88
10:20-24
131
10:26-27
117
10:26-11:15 .. 122,129,130
10:27
130,136
11
117, 161
11:2
131
11:3
89
11:7
120,131
11:12-14..
.
120
12
117,122,128
13-14..
.. ... 119,120
13:1
... 120, 122, 124
13:2....
.. ....... 130

Bib/iai belyek mutat6ja

13:2-4
13:2-14:46

...... 119
121, 122,
124, 129
13:3...........
..117
13:3-14:46
.. 118,130
13:4....
.. .117,122
13:8-9
119
13:8-15
120, 122
13:10
.. . 119
13:13-14
118,137,142
13:17
135
13:19-22
135
14:1
135
14:3. . .... 110,119,120,
127, 164, 165, 192
14:18
.... 119, 120, 127
14:21 ..
.
160
14:31..
. .. 133
14:31-35
137
14:47-48
135, 170
14:47-52
.. 118, 120, 122
14:49. . ..
. . 140
14:50
136,140,159
15
122, 123, 128,
129,132,133
15:3...
.. 118
15:6.
.
107
15:7 . .
.
133
15:9 . .
. . 136
15:10-31 ..
.
154
15:12
158
15:17-30
.. 137
15:23b .. ..
.. .. 118
15:27-28
142
16
123, 128, 129, 142
16-18
150
16-II Sam 5
146
16-II Sam 5:5
123
16-II Sam 7
147
16-1 Kir2 . . . . . 142,148
16:1 . . . . .
.
152
16:1-3
153
16:1-13
142,153,160
16:12
166
16:14-22..
.
151
16:14--23
143,145,153
16:18
"
150
16:21 .. .
.
153
17
146,153

17-18
170
17:1-2
135, 143
17:1-18:2
143
17:12
152
17:25
153
17:45
108
17:54
145
17:55-58
145
18:1-4
153
18:3-30
143
18:4
147
18:5
136, 153
18:6-7
153
18:8-12
154
18:10-11
154
18:17-19
141,154
18:19
166
18:20
153
18:20-26
154
18:20-27
153
18:20-29
146
18:20-30
135
18:22
136
18:30 . ..
.
136,153
154
19:1-6
19:1-21:9
143
19:8
135,153,161
19:8-10.
.
154
19:11-17
155
19:11-23
154
19:11-21:15
155
19:11-21:19
155
19:11-II Sam 1
155
19:18-24
118,119
19:18-20:42
155
20
153,154
89, 136
20:6 . . .. .
20:29
89
21:1-9
154, 155
21:7
136
21:9-27:12
143
21:10-15
155
22
164
22:1
155
22:1-2
157
22:1-23:14
155
22:1b-3
137
22:5
157
22:6
124

489

Biblia; he/yf!k mutat6ja

22:6-23
157
137
22:7
22:9
110, 136
22:20
177,192
23:1-5
157
23:3
165
23:6-14
132
23:8-14
157
147
23:15--18
23:15--26:25
155,158
23:16-18
153
23:19
124
23:19-29
158
24
158
24:1
132
25
136
25:1-42
158
25:7-8
158
25:10
158
25:18
159
159
25:21-22
25:37-38
159
26
147, 158
26:1
132
26:5
136
26:6
140
26:9
147
27
155
27-11 Sam 1
155
27:1-4 . . . .. . .. 118, 159
27:5--7
159
27:7
159
27:8-12
136, 160
27:10
103
28-31
138
28-II Sam 1
143
28:3
137
28:4
118
28:9
137
29:1
118,122,124
159
29:1-2
29:1-10
160
29:11
..
118
30
. . 160
30:1 . . . . . .
. ... 136
.. .. 132
30:1-3 ..
30:14 .. .. ..
178
30:27-31
160
30:29 . . . .
.
103

31
31:1
31:2 .. '"
31:3-6
31:11-13

149
118, 138, 139
140
139
139

II Samuel
1:1-16
1:17-27
1:19-27
1:22-25a
1:25b-27
2:1-3:5
2:1-3
2:1-4
2:4
2:4b-7
2:8
2:8-9
2:9
2:10
2:12
2:12-17
2:12-32
2:18-23
2:18

139
139,160
146
139
139
143
160
140
160, 169
161
136, 140
140
140, 161
140
140
124
140, 161
141
140
~1
161
3:3
161, 166, 167
3:6-5:5
144
3:7
166
3:7-11
141
3:13
141
3:17-19
141,220
141
3:20-30
3:22 . . . . .. .
136
4...
..
192
4:1-4
136,141
137
4:2-3
4:5-7a
141
4:7b-8
141
5
123
5:1 . . . . .
153
5:1-3
218
5:3
161,169
5:4-5
161
5:6-9
162
5:6-10 ..
145
5:6-6:25
144

5:8
5:9
5:9b
5:11
5:16
5:17
5:17-25
5:25
6
6:1-3
6:1-23
6:2-3
6:17
7
7-8
7:8-17
7:11b-13
7:14
8
8:1
8:1-14
8:1-15
8:2
8:3-6
8:3-11
8:3-12
8:4
8:6
8:7-8
8:13-14
8:15-18
8:16-18

162
198
162
171
405
162
148,162,170
162
121,150
124
146
192
163
147
144
193
194
194
148
170
170
146
173
174
174
174
202
176
176
173
176, 177
146,177,
178,195
8:17
110,164,165
9
144,148
9-20
146
9:1-13
166
9:4 . .
.
168
9:4--5
.
293
10:1-2
161
10:2-3
148
10:6....
..
174
10:6-19
174,175
144
10-12 . .
.
10:18-19.
.
174
11
..
173
12
.
140,178
..174
12:26-31 . . . .
12:31
178

490
13-14
H7-14
14,25
14,28-33
15-19

.. 144
89,144
166
167
166
15,1~
.. 167
15,7
108
IH-12
167
15,13-31
167
15,18
.
178
15,18-22 .
.
168
15,20 . . . . . . .
. . 144
15,32-37 . . . . . . . .
167
16,1-4
148
16,5-14.
.
167
16,15-23
168
16,21
191
16,23
178
1],1-14
168
17,15-22
167
17,23
168
1~27
161,293
1],27-29
148, 168
18,1-3
168
185-16
168
18,6
94, 168
18,24-26
94
19,8b-1O
168
19,10
169
19,11-15
169
19,16-17
169
19,16-43
169
In4-30
169
19,31-38
168
19,41-43
"
169
2Sam21,11
153
20-24
148
20,1
169,219
20,6b
169
20,8-13
170
20,14
169
20,14-22
170
20,23-26
176, 177, 178,
195
20,24
148,197,219
21
124
2U-2
138
21,1-4
166
21:1~
133,148, 167

Bib/ini bd)'ek mUlatoja

21:1-14 . .
2U . .
2U......
21,8
2L8-9
nIl

. .... 144
133, 166
.
148
166
. .. 166
140

21,14 .
..
..130
2U5-22
144
21:19..
.. .
. .. 145
2U1
146,178
n29
153
21,l-H7 ..
.
144
22:2-2H
146
23
170
23,1-7
193
H2-4
194
H5
194
23:8-39
178
H20
Ill, 178
24
146,171
24,6-7
171
24,11
157,178

I Kiralyok
1-2
1-11
1:1-2A6a
1:5-8
U
1:11-37
1:38-40
U9
~11

2,17
2:26
2,26-27
2:27
H6b-3,28
3:1
3:1-2
3,2-15
H
3:4-15
3:16-28
4:1~

4:1-19
4:6

142,145,146,
181, 184
184
182
190
165
191
191
161
124, 161
191
165
110
192
182
198
185
184
192
124
181
182, 186, 195
181
219

4,7.. ..
.. . 197
4,7-19 .. 182,186,195,196
4,19.
.. ..... 197
4,21-34.
. .. 182
4,24 . . . . . . . .
205
4,27-28 .
. . 197
5~ ..
..182
5-7 . .
.
184
5:1 . . . . .
.
180
5:27-30 . . .
.
197
6 ........
.
181
6,1
58,69,193
6-7 . . . . . .
.
150
6:37-38
187
7,1 . . . . .
.
187
7:1-8
.
198
7:1-12
182
7:13-50...
..
182
7:13-51
'"
181
7:51
182
8
.
184
8,46-50. .
.
184
8,46-53
193
8,62~4
193
9,1-9
184
9:2-9
193
H-7
...185
9,10-14
180, 188,
204,206
9,10-25
183
9:15
198
9:15-19
180,186,198
9,15-23
197
9,16
171,185
9,19
201
9,20-22
198
924
198
9:26-28
183,186,
202, 203, 204
10:1-10
181
10:1-13
183
10:11-12
183,186,
202,203
10:13
181
10:14-15
201
10:14-25
183
10,22
183, 186, 203
10:28-29
186, 202
10:29
40

491

Bibliai helyek mutatoja

11
181
1U . . . .
.
185
1U-8
198,204,258
1U-13 . . . . .
. .. 183
11'7-8
198
1U4-22
183,204,205
11:14-25 . .
. .... 186
11,14-40 . .
. . 180,204
IU5-16..
.. .... 173
lU3-25
.... 174,175,
183,204,236,249
.......... 205
IUS
... 153,252
11:26 ..
11:26-40 ..... 183, 186,
198,206
220
I U6-1~33
1127
198
lU9-39
219
llAO
204, 206
l1A1
187
1L42
124, 187
12
206,218
12-11 Kir 25
207, 210,
211
lLl-19. . .
..210
12,1-20 .... 180,186,195
123 . . .
.
221
IN...
..
219
12,12
221
]2,14
219
12:16
219
1~17-18
219,220
12,20
221
12,21 .. .
..
220
12,21-24 . . . . . .
220
12,21-33
234
IUS
231, 232
12:26-33
230
12:28,
230
1231
164,230
13J-1O
361
1324-28
323
14J
230
14,1-18...
.
110
14,10-16
232
14,11
..
270
14J7
232
14,19
187
1420 . .. . . . . ..
. .. 230

14,21
218,225
1425-27
213
14,25-28
225, 232
14,29
187
100
233
15,1-8
210, 228
15:2 . . . . . . . . .
. . 228
15:9-10
228
15JI-15
228
15,13 . . . . .
. .. 258
15,14a ....
. ..... 229
15,16-22
.229,234
15,17
232,234
15:18-20
249
15:19...
. . 236
15,20 . .
. . 234, 316
1521
232
15,22 . . . . . . . . .
. .. 234
15,23 . . . . .
. .. 187
15,23b . . . .
. ..... 229
15,25-32
.. 110
15:27
.232,236,252
15:31 . .
. . 187
1533
215
16,1-4 ...
.
232
16,1-14 .
.
232
16A.
.
270
16:7-10......
.. .. 252
16,8 . . . . . . . . .
. . 216
16,8-10
215, 229
16,8-22
311
16,9 . . . . . . .. .
232
16,15
215,229,236
16,15-11 Kir 827
238
16,16-28
211
1621-22
. . . 251, 252
16:21-34 . . . .
. . 238
16,24 ... 238,247,253,256
1631..
..254,314
16,31-33 . . . . . . .
.257
1632 . . . . . .
. .. 256
16,33 . . . .
. . 270
17-19
210,239,257
1],8-16..
.240
1M. ... .
. . 260
18:30-40 . . . . . .
240
18AO
260
19,1-3
260
19,15-18
270, 274

20
20,1-25
20,12
20:13-43
2026-43
20,27
20,34
20,36
21
21:24
2~1-38

2N
22,13-36
22:29-38
22:39
22:39-40
2B9-53
22AI-50

22A7-49
22,47-50

211,239,
247,250,276,287
239
287
241
239
286
286
323
210,232,239
270
211,239,240,
241,242,247,250,
261,263,268,
276,285,287
263
241
286
238,247,256
261
238
239,242,261
265
212,261,263

II Kiralyok
1
1,1
1:2-16
Ll7
1:17-18
2

.
257
238,254,261,268
239, 261
251, 266, 267
238
210,239,240,
247,276,284
251
3
3,1 . . . . . .. .
250
3:1-3
.. 238
3:2 .
.. . 270
B....
. ..... 283
3:4 . . . . .
. .. 247
H-5
... 254, 261
3,4-27
.213,239,240,
241,251,254,
257,266,268
..... 210
3,4-8J5
.. 268
3:5 ....
........ 241
],9-27
...... 330
3,27 .
4:1-7
. .... 250, 296

492

4:1-8:15
4:8-14
4:13
4:38-41 . .
5
5:2
6:8-23
6:24-25
6:24-31
6:24-7:20
7:6
8:7-15
8:16-18
8J6-24
8:16-29.
&17
8:18
8:20
8:24
8:25-10:27
8:26
8:28--29
9:1-4
9:1-10
9:1-10:27
9:1-10:31
9:14b
9:21-26
9:25-26
9:30--37
10:2-3
10:6
10:26
10:32-33
11:1-12:16
11:4-20
I1J2
11:19
12:2
12:15
12:17-18
12:18-19
12:20--21
12:21
13:1-9
13:3 . "

Bib/fai Ixlytk mutaJiJja

239,240,
247,284
276
284
.
296
240
284
.284
296
296
284
,
40
249,250,274
,
314
268
. . 238
326
254
265, 267
267
270
254, 267, 314
286
274
270
210,242,258,
276,295
238
247
267
239,241
272
272
272
283
279,283,287,
309
276
288
161,288
288
290
290
283,309
290
290
290
284, 285
284

13:3-5
250, 279
13:3-7
285
13:3-25
279
13A-5
..284
13:7
284, 286
13:10--13
284,285
13:14-15
250
13:14-19
240
13:14-21 .,
210, 276
284
13:14-25 .,
13:14-14:14
284
13:17-19
285
13:20--21 . . . . . . . . .. 284
13:22-25
284
285
13:24-25
13:25 . . . . .
. .. 285
14:5.....
. .. 290
14:7
291
14:8--14
222,331
14:9-10
291
14:19-21 ., ..
.
292
291
14:22
14:23-29
293
14:25
250,293,294
328
15:16
15:5
281, 295
15:5-7
217
15:8--10
311
15:8--12
300
15:8--17:41
299
15:13-14
312
15:13-16
300
311
15:14
15:16
311,328
15J7-22
300
15:19
310,312
15:20b
312
15:22
312
15:23
307
300, 312
15:23-26
15:25
313
15:27
307
15:27-32
300
15:29
316,410
15:29-30
313,316
300,316,318
15:30
15:32-33
281
15:35
295
15:37b
300, 308, 309,

313,327
16
326
16:1
307
16:2
326, 334
16:2-20. .
.
327
16:2b-4 . .
.
326, 333
16:3
326,330,334
16:5 . . . .
.329
16:5-9
.. 300, 308, 313
16:6
309,310,327
16:7-8
330
16:7-9
329
16:9
329
16:10 . .
.
330
16:10--20
330
331
16:18
16:21 .
.
..325
17
210,230
17:1 .. . .
318
17:3
318
17:4
318,320
17:5
320
17:6
323, 410
17:7-23
323
323
17:7-41
17:18
238,410
17:24
323
17:24-33
323,414
17:24-34
323
17:34b-40
323
17:41
323
18-20
333
18:1
334
18:1-8
331
18:2
326,334
18:3
333
18:34
324
18:3-5
.
326
18:4
333, 340
18:4-{;
340
333
18:5-7
18:7b
333
18:8
341
18:9-10
320, 334
18:9-12. .
331
18:11
323,410
18: 13
334, 335
18:13-16
331, 333
18:14
345,346

."
493

Bib/iai belytk mllUlJ6ja


18:17
326
18:17-19:9...... 331,333
343
18:19-25
18:20
331, 333
18:22 . . .
. . 305, 340
18:28-35 . . .
343
18:31-32
,
413
18:34
323
19:1-2
333
19:6-7.. ..
. .. 333, 343
19:9
343, 349
343
19:9b--13
19:9b--35
332, 333
19:13
323
19:14 . .
.
333
19:20
333
19:20--34 . . . . . . . . .. . 343
19:21-34
'
333
19:36-37
332, 333, 348
20
.
335
20:1-11
332
20:6 . .
.
335
341
20:12-15
20:12-19
332
20:18
347
214,338,339
20:20
20:20--21
,
332
21
360
21:1-18
347
21:2
326
21:9
326, 333
356
21:16
21:18
389
21:19-26
359
22:2
326
22:3
386
379
22:3-23:3
22:4
385
22:8
385, 386, 404
385
22:11
22:12
386
22:13
379
379,385,386
22:14
22:15-20
379
23:2-5
326
23:3
380
23:4-24
380
2H............... 380
23:5
380

23:6
380
23:7 . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . 380
23:8 . . . . . . .. . .. 380, 383
23:8b . . . .
.
380
23:8-9
380
23:9
383
23:10 .. . . .
380
23:11
380
23:12
380
23:13-14
380
323
23:15
,
23:15-18
361
23:15-20
374, 383
23:21-23
374, 383, 452
383
23:23
23:24
383
23:28-35
372
23:29
374,383
23:29-30
374
161,374,384
23:30
23:30--31
384
23:33-34
384
23:35
385
23:36
384
24:1
388
24:2
,
389
24:6
389
367,372,384,389
24:7
24:8
389
24:8-16
398
24:10--12
362
24:10--17
215
24:12
389,400
24:14
400
24:16
400
24:17
390
24:18--25:1
390
24:18-25:30
398,401
24:20b
393
25:3-7
396
25:7
412
362,397,401
25:8
25:8-27
398
25:9
407
25:9-10
397
401
25:11
25:11-12
397
25:12
405, 438
25:13-17 ........... 397

25:18-21
25:22
25:22-24
25:23 . . .
25:24-25
25:25
25:25-26
25:27
25:27-30

397,407,436
402
405
.
403
404
405
405
390,409,412
404, 413

I Kronikak
1-9
2-5
2:9-20
2:13-16
2:42
2:42-43
3:8
3:15
3:17-24
4:24-33
4:38-43
5:17
5:23-26
5:26
6
6:1-8
6:1-15
6:14
6:14-15
6:54-81
8:33
8:33-40
8:34
9:39
,
9:39-44
10
10--12
11:22
12:1-7
12:19-22
12:22-40
12:27
14:7
15-16
15:2-27
18:1
18:6

149
100
152
140
103
103
405
384
436
164
149,341
293
149
316, 410
226
110
436
436
, . 437
163
140
133, 140
166
140
133
149
149
178
ISO
ISO
150
III
405
150
150
170
177

~,

494

18:8. .
.
176
18:14-17
176
18:15-17
177,178,195
18:17
177
21:1-27
171
22-29 ..
.
178, 179
23-26
..
. .... 150
23:1
150, 188
23:3-2632 ..
.
150
26:30-32
163
27
150
27:23-31 .. .
. .. 197
27:32-34 . . . . . . . . . .. 178
28-29 .. . .
150
150
29:22 . . . .
.
29:22b-24 . . . .
188
29:29
187

II Kronikak
1-6
192
1-9 . . . . .
.
188
3:1.........
.. III
7:1-3
188
8:1-2
188
8:1-4
.. 200
.207
10-36 .. .
10:2-3
.
188
10:36
207
11:5-12 . . .
.
226
11:12b . ... .. ..
. . 226
11:13-17......
. .. 230
11:20-22
228
11:23
226
12:1-12. .. .
.213,232
13
234
13:1-21 .. .. .
.
228
13:2
228
13:3-20 .
. . 228
13:9
230
14-15
229
14:2
228
14:9-15.
. .. 233
15:1-7 ..
.
229
15:9 . . ..
.
164,230
234
15:9-10
15:16 ..
.
228
16:1
..... 215, 216
16:1-6 ..
. .... 234

Bibliai IJdyek mu/aloja

16:1-10
229
16:3 . . . . .
. . 236
16:7-10 . . . .
. . 229
16:11-12 .
.
229
17:1
242
17:2 ....
. 212, 243, 264
17:3 . . . . . . .
.
242
17:5
242, 243
17:7-9
264
17:9
242
17:11
243, 264
17:12-13..
.
264
17:12-13a
242
17:13b-19
243
17:19
243,264
17:20
238
18:1
242
18:1-2
263
18:1-19:3
242,263
.384
18:28-34 . . . . . .
1901-3
. .. 263
19:4-7
243
19:5-11
264
19:8-11
.243
20
212
20:24
243
20:35-37
212,242,263
21:4 . . . . . . . . .. 267, 288
21:6 . . ..
. .. 242
21:16-17
289
21:18-20
267
22:10-27:9 ..
. .. 276
23:26
295
24-25
.290
24:17-22
290
25:11-12..
. .. 291
26-27 .. .
. .. 295
26:5 . . . .
.
295
26:6
296
26:6-15
.296
26:8
296
26:16-21
. .. 296
273-6
296
27:5
........
.296
28
326, 327
28:1-15 .. .
299, 329
28:1-25
327
28:5-15
329
28:5-21.
.
313

28:6
329
28:7
313,328,335
28:8 . . .
.
329
28:16
327
28:16-21
308
28:18
310, 327
329
28:20-21
28:22
331
28:22-25
330
29-31
340
29-32
.331,332,333
29:3
340
332
29:3-31:21
3001
341
30:2-27.
. .. 341
31:1 .. . .. .
. . 332
31:2-21
332
32:1
333
32:1-23
332
323
338
32:5 . .
.
338
32:6 . . . . .
. .. 338
32:6-8
333
333
32:20
32:24-26 . .
. . 332
32:27-31
332
32:28-29
338
32:30
214, 338
32:32-33
332
33:1-9
.. 347
33:9-17
348
33:10-13
357
357
33:12-13 . .. .
33:15-16
357
33:21-25
359
33:22 . . .
. . 357
34:3a
374, 376
34:3a-35:27
374
34:3b
374, 376
383
34:6-7
35-36 . .
. . 418
35:20-23
384
35:24
384
36:6 . .
.
389
36:8
389
36:9 . . .
.
389
36:13
390
401
36:17-21

"

495

Bib/iai hrlyek mutotoja

Ezra / Ezdras

1-6 .... 413,427,437,448


1:1-4
.. 417
1:1-5
424
1:2-4 . .
. .. 423, 424
1:5
426
1:5-11
418
1:7-11
426
1:8
425
1:9-11
428
2
.
418
2:1-2
436
2:2
426, 436
2:3b.
.
436
2:16-25 . . .
.
432
2:36 . . . . . .
.436
2:63
436
2:64-67 . . .
. .. 426
2:65.. .. .. .
.
413
413
2:68-69
3
428,436
3:1-4:5
418
3:2
436
3:3
438
3:7 .
.
436
3:8
436
4
..,
446
4:1
437
4:2 . . . . . . . . .. .
323
4:2-3
436
4:3
438
4:3-5
436
4:4-5
438
4:6
446
4:6-23
446, 447
4:6-24 ,
418
4:7-23 ,
438,447,
448
4:7-24
432
4:9-10
364
4:10
323
5:1-5 ,
428,436
5:2
,
,
436
5:3
435
5:3-6:15
439
5:4-10
426
5:6-17
427
,
423
5:13-15 .. ,

5:13-16 .
5:14
5:14-15.
5:16
6
6:1-5
6:1-18
6:1-22
6:2-5
6:3-5 . . . . .
6:7
6:15
6:19-22
6:21
7
7-8
7-10
7:1.....
7:1-5
7:7
7:7-8
7:11-26
7:12
7:12-20.
7:12-9:15
7:21-24
7:25-26
8:1-14
8:15-20
9:2
103 . . . . .
10:6
10:9-15
10:16-43
10:18
10:44

418
425
.
426
427, 428
424
417, 423
428, 436
.
418
424
. 423, 424
436
439
428, 436
438
.448
526
.
418,447
.
451
448
451
447
441,451
451
.
451
447
451
451
451
,
414
,
452
.
452
448
, , 452
452
109,436
452

1:1-2
1:1-7:73a
1:3
2:1 . ,
2:1-8
2:1-10
2:7-9
,.,
2:10
".,
2:11-20
2:19

448
418,447
449
447,448
444, 449
426
,.449
449
449
449,450

3
3:1
3:5
3:9-12
3:]4
3:15
~16

3017-18. ..
3:20
4...
4:7
4:10
5:1-5
5:6-13
5:14
5:14-15
~15

5:17-18
6:1-9
6:5-9
6:10-14
6:14
6:15
6:17-19
,
7:4-5
7:5b-73a
7:6-7
7:6-73
7:7
7:38-8:12
7:73b-1O:39
8:1
8:1-12
8:7-8
8:9
8:9-10
8:13-18
8:17
9:1-13:3
9:38
11-12
11-13
11:1-2 .,
12:1
12:7
12:10
12:10-11
12:22
12:26

.. 441, 449
448
449
441
441
441
441
.
441
448
..
449
449
449
449
.449
447, 450
450
441
450
449
450
449
449, 450
449
449
450
447
436
418
426
418
418,447
452
452
452
447
452
452
452
447
452
450
418,447
450
,436
436
43<>
448
448
436, 447

496

IB6
IN7
13,4
13,4-5
13,4-9
IH
13,10-13
13,15-22
1),23
13,23-28
13,25
1),28
IBO
1J,31

BiMini he(ytk mu/a/oja

447
436
448
449
450
450
450
451
449
451
451
449
450
451

Zsoltarok
2,7
3
7
18
34
42
44-49
46
48
51
52
54
56-57
59-60
63
72
76
78
78,60-62
78,67-71
84,85
87-88
89
132
132,6
133
142

194
151
151
lSI
151
110
110
194,390
194,390
lSI
lSI
lSI
151
151
151
194
194, 390
127
127
128
110
110
147,193
147,193
153
" .. 193
lSI

Proverbia / PeIdabeszedek
10,1 . . . . . . . .. .
25,1

189
189

26,1
3U0-31

..

49
53

Isaja {Izajas
1,1
1,4-9
1,7-9
US
3,5

325
347
346
325, 326
356
~13
410
7-8
300, 308
7,1
313
7,1-8,8
313
7,1-8,15
327
],l
328
],l-17
318
],}-17
329
H
331
H
313,314,328
7,10-16
328
7,13
328
7,17
328, 329
8,1-4
329
8'2
330
8,5-7
328
8,7-8
357
8,11-15
328
8,14
311
9,1-7
341
9,1-12
309
9,11-12
309, 310
9,18-21
"
312
9,21
311
IQ,27b-32
236,329,335
lUI
411
11,12-16
410
13,17..
.
407
1428-32.. . ..
.319
15 . ... ... ... .. .
. . 99
19J9-25
371
20 . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. 336
20,1 .. ...
336
2U
407
22,1-4
.346
22,11
338
23J7
386
2],8
410
28JI-13
357

3U-3
342
3J,19
357
36-39
325,331,333
38
335
385
335
38,9-20 . . . . .
. 332, 333
40-48
421
40-55
All, 415
40,6
415
4U5 . . .
.
421
4428
421
45,1
421
45,1-7
421
45,13
421
46-47
421
52,11-12
426
66:1-3
438

Jeremias
1,1
385
1:1-2
361
12
371
1,13-15
372
1:15
372
2
.370,371
2:16--18
370
2:36--37
370
4:5-6:30
. . 372
7 ."
386
7,12-14
128
7:26 . . . . . . . . .
361
7:31-32 . . . . . .
386
19.. ..... ....
..394
19:1-20:6 ..
.394
21 ..
394
21,1 ....
385
22,10 . . . .
. 384
n11 ........
.. 384
22J3-17
387
22,18-19.......
.387
22,24-30 . .
390
24
. . . . . . . . . . 392
24:2. . . ..
.415
25 '"
386
2B
371
25:9
386
25J 1
386
25,15-26
386

497

Bibliai helyek mutatoja

26 ...
. 386
26,6 . .
. . 386
26,6-9
128
26,16-19
.386
26,20-23
.. 386
26,24
385, 386, 404
27-29
390
2],1..
...390
27:1-7
.. .. 406
272. . . . . . . . .. . .
.391
27:3
391
27:9
391
27:16
391
28-29
411
28,1
390
28:1-4
.. 391
28:10
. 391
28:11 .. . .. .. .. ..
. 391
28:12-14
.391
28,15-17
.. 391
29:1
.. 414
29:3
385, 404
29,4-7
391
29:5 ..
.
413
29:5-7
.413
29:8-9
391
29:20-23
.. 391
29:24-28
.. 391
31:31-34
.. 415
32
395
32:7 . .
. . 385
32:15
395
32:36-41
415
33
395
34
395
34:1-5
395
34:7 . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. 395
34:8-22 . . . . . . . . .
. 395
35
. 389
35:4
385
35:11
389
36 ..
.
386
36:9 . . .
. . 388
36:10
. 386
36:10-12
386
36:11-13
.. 404
36:25
386
36:30
387
37:1-10 . .
.
394

37:3
385
37:5 . .
.
401
37:7-8
395
3],11-15
395
3],16-21
.. 395
38
.
395
38:4
395
38:19
404
39J-7
396
39:3 . . . . . . . . . .
. .. 409
39:10
.. 405, 438
39:11-14
... 405
40-41
.404
40:1-5
.405
40:7
402
40:7-13. .
.405
40:8
..
.404
40:8-10
405
40:10
404
40:10-12
.405
40:11-12
411
40J3-41:3
405
41:1
404,405
41:3
.... 405
4L4-16
405
415
.. 406
4UO
.404
41:11-14
.... 405
4U5
.411
41:17-43:7
.. 405
42:7-11
405
4L7-22.
. . 415
43-44
411,415
44:1
411
44:17
402
41:26-28
416
44:30
406
46
415
46:1-12 . .
. ... 385,386
46: 13-24
... 406
46:14
411, 415
48
99
48:1-49:6
406
49:28-33
401
49,34-38
391
50-51
.411
51,1-58
392
51:11
407
51:59
391

5],60...
. .... 391
51:61--64.. .
. .. 392
52 ....
.. ..... 401
52:1-30 .
. .. 398
52,5-11
396
52:12
362, 397
52:13-14. .. . .. .. . .397
52,17-23 .
. ..... 397
52:24 . . .
. . 385
5U4-27
397,407
52:28
400
5U8-30 . . . . .. 362, 398
52:29 .. .
.401,410
5BO . . .
. .. 401, 405
5Bl
.
409
Ezekiel
1:2..
..
411
1:3 .
..
413
3:15 . .. .
.
413
8......
.. 393
8:1
.. 393, 414
8:17......
.
393
lU4-25..
.
415
11:15 .. ... .. .. 401, 438
11:16......
...414
11:19-20...
. .. 415
14
..
414
14:1
414
14:3 . . .
. . 414
1],12-20.
. ... 390
17:13-21
.. 394
17:15 ....
393,394
1],17....
. .... 395
20:1 ....
.414
20:3
.414
20:29
.414
20:31
.414
21:18-23
.394
26-28 .. .
. 394
29:17.. ........
.411
29:17-20
. 394, 408
3),21 ......
.414
34B-24 . . . .
151
37:24-25. .
. ... 151
40-48 .. ..
.. 415
40:1 ....
.414
45,7-8
.425
47:16 . . . .
. ... 323

...,
498

Bihliai /;t!)'l!k mutatoja

Daniel
5:22
7:1 . . . . . .
8:1 . . .
9

409

. . 409
.

409

427

6:12-14 . .
6:13-14..
6:14....
7:1-9
7:8-9
7:10-17..
7:11.

.
.

297
293
.294
297
294
..311
..294

Hosea
I ..
1-3
1:4-5

.... 277

... 318
. . . . . . . . . 242,294,
298,311,318
4:14...
.
. .... 318
5:5 ....
.. 311
5:13-14. .
.
298
7:11.
..
320
7:11-13.
. .. 298
8:4 . . .
. .. 294
8:8-10
298
9:5-6
298
10:14 . .. . .. . ..
. . 283
11:10-11 .. .
298
12:1 .
.320
14:3.. . . .. . .
. .. 298

Amosz
1:3-5
294, 308, 309
2:6b-7a . .
. .. 297
3:9-11
297
3:14
297
4:4-5
297
4:6-10
297
5:4-7
297
5:10--12.. .
.297
5:11
297
5:22-24 . . . . .
297
6:1-3
297
6:4-5
.. 297
6:5
.. 151
6:8 . . . . . . . . .
. . 297

Mikeas
1:16 ....
6:9-16

.... 410
......... 260

3:8..
4
4:6-10
6:9-14
6:11
6:12-13.
6:13
7:14
8:10
9:13
12:10

.. 436
436
437
437, 439
436
. .. 436
439
397
438
30
439

I Ezra / Ezdnis
Nahum
3:8-10

........ 352

Habakuk
1-2

413
432
413
.413
109

............ 388

Haggai / Aggeus
1:1 . .
1:12
1:14 . .
2:2
2:2-9
2:4 .. ..
2:6-7
2:20--23 .
2:21
2:21:22
2:23. .

1:6-25
2:16-25 . .
2:65
2:68-69.
9:19

. ..... 436
.. 436
.
436
.. 436
..... 436
.436
437
.
436
436,437
437
437

Ecclesiasticus

48: 17

338

I Makkabeusok
3:46
5:26

404

293

II Makkabeusok
1:18-2:15
4:13

427
30

418

Zakarias / Zekarja
1-8 ............ 417,436
3:1
......... 436
3:2
......... 438
3:4
........... 438
3:6-10
.......... 438

Galata

3:17

............. 69

Az 6kori 1)zel-l<e1et tortl?netenek tanulmanyozasaban a XX. sz. masodik fele nemcsak


szenzaci6s szovegleletek megtalalasat hozta, hanem a tudomanyos m6dszerek jelent6s fejlodeset is. A rokon es tarstudomanyokkal egyre termekenyebb kapcsolatba kerulO regeszet es
tortenelemtudomany ujfajta kerdeseket kezdtek feltenni az 6kori tarsadalmakkal, az emberek
eletm6djaval, gondolkodasaval, intezmenyeivd kapcsolatosan. A forrasok gyarapodasa es a
m6dszerek fejlodese igenyli, hogy e terulet kulturair6l rendre uj osszefoglal6k szUlessenek.
Az 6kori Izrael tOrtenetet illeWen jelenleg Miller es Hayes szamit a legujabb standard
fddolgozasnak. Szerzoi az 6kori Izrael aUam (ketteszakadasa utan Izrad es JUda) tortenetet
alHtottak vizsgal6dasaik kozeppontjaba, hogy annak a XX. sz. vegen rendelkezesre aU6 irott es
mas jeUegu forrasok ismereteben ujabb kepet rajzoljak meg.
I<onyvuket az irott forrasanyag gondos es m6dszeres demzese jeUemzi. Az irott forrasoknak nemcsak tartalmat vizsgaljak, hanem azt is, hogy szerzoik milyen szandekkal irhattak
azokat, hogyan mutatjak be altaluk az esemenyeket. A bibliai torteneti hagyomany alapvetoen
teol6giai es etikai szempontu ertekdes egy nep mUltjar6l. Miller es Hayes ehhez a hagyomanyhoz nem teol6guskent, hanem torteneszkent kozelit, bibliai es kUlso forrasok alapjan
bemutatva az aUamot letrehoz6 tarsadalmi, politikai es gazdasagi tenyezoket es elhelyezve ezt
a tOrtenetet az 6kori I<ozd-I<det torteneti tabl6jan.
Fddolgozasuk modern kutatasi m6dszerek alkalmazasaval es a legujabb eredmenyek
ismereteben keszUlt. Elemzik az 6kori Izrael es JUda tortenete szempontjab61 fontos kozd-keleti
allamok szerepet, felvonultatjak az onnan szarmaz6, targyuk szempontjab6l fontos forrasokat.
A kotet kiemdve tartalmazza szamos fontos 6kori keleti 5zoveg forditasat - kozUluk tobb eloszor itt olvashat6 magyarul. I<ulon teret kap nehany fontosabb kronol6giai kerdes megvitatasa.
Az olvas6 a kotet alapjan tajekoz6dhat a terUieten elo ismert nepcsoportokr6l, a torzsi tarsadalom es a kiralysag intezmenyeirol, a nemzetkozi diplomacia szokasair6l, a nagyhatalmak
politikai szandekair61 es m6dszereirol avagy eppen a mindennapi elet szokasair6l. A helyszineket, az 6kori I<det szines vilagat a jeUegzetes targyakr6l, abrazolasokr6l keszUlt abrak es
fenykepek idezik fel. A hdyszinek, hatarok kerdeseiben val6 digazodast szamos terkep segiti.
A j6l tagolt tartalomjegyzek es a tobbfele mutat6 azok tajekoz6dasat segitik, akik valamilyen
kerdeshez kivannak ismereteket gyujteni.

A szerzok:

J. MAXWELL MILLER es JOHN H. HAYES az Emory University (USA) profess7orai.

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