โปรดทรงปกปักรักษาชาวดามัสกัสให้พ้นภัยด้วยเทอญ Damascus, Syria in the Bible

โปรดทรงปกปักรักษาชาวดามัสกัสให้พ้นภัยด้วยเทอญ Damascus, Syria in the Bible

‘Look, Damascus will disappear! It will become a heap of ruins. The cities of Aroer will be deserted. ….. The fortified cities of Israel will also be destroyed, and the power of Damascus will end.’ Isaiah 17:1-3
ดูเถิด ดามัสกัสจะหยุดไม่เป็นเมือง และจะกลายเป็นกองสิ่งสลักหักพัง เมืองต่างๆของอาโรเออร์จะเริศร้างเป็นนิตย์….ราชอาณาจักรจะสูญหายไปจากดามัสกัสและคนที่เหลืออยู่ของซีเรีย

Wiki: The exact etymology of the name “Palmyra” is unknown, although some scholars believe it was related to the palm trees in the area. Others, however, believe it may have come from an incorrect translation of the name “Tadmor” (cf. Colledge, Seyrig, Starcky, and others). The city was first mentioned in the archives of Mari in the second millennium BC. It was a trading city in the extensive trade network that linked Mesopotamia and northern Syria. Tadmor is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible (Second Book of Chronicles 8:4) as a desert city built (or fortified) by King Solomon of Judea:

There had been a temple at Palmyra for 2000 years before the Romans ever saw it. Its form, a large stone-walled chamber with columns outside, is much closer to the sort of thing attributed to Solomon than to anything Roman. It is mentioned in the Bible as part of Solomon’s Kingdom. In fact, it says he built it.

—Terry Jones and Alan Ereira, Terry Jones’ Barbarians, p. 183
http://www.thairath.co.th/content/oversea/410290
http://www.thairath.co.th/content/oversea/390018
http://planet-ting.blogspot.com/2008_05_01_archive.html
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