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The remains of an ancient Hebrew city. The ruins of King Solomon's Tadmor. 

Tadmor is mentioned in the Bible Old Testament; in the second Book of Chronicles 8:4, as a desert city built by the King Solomon as part of his extensive trade network. It was the high tax burden Solomon put on the Hebrews to fund his building program that led to the revolt, which resulted in the division of Israel into two Kingdoms.

The site is currently known as Palmyra, but it is still known by its original name Tadmor in Arabic.

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  • Comment Link Mawuli Thursday, 04 April 2013 11:14 posted by Mawuli

    Think about what you are saying. How can a word be modern Hebrew and Paleo Hebrew at the same time? It has to be one or the other. It cannot be both as you claim. I am sorry but you are WRONG on that count. If you wish to know every Hebrew you see on this site is K'tav ivri and nothing else.

  • Comment Link Olukayode Thursday, 04 April 2013 10:36 posted by Olukayode

    What you write as God's name is in Paleo and Modern Hebrew. See it here

  • Comment Link Mawuli Wednesday, 03 April 2013 15:00 posted by Mawuli

    Tell me olukayode. Where exactly did you see or read any modern Hebrew on this website? Can you cite just one example please?

  • Comment Link olukayode sojobi Wednesday, 03 April 2013 14:22 posted by olukayode sojobi

    You need to differentiate Modern Hebrew from the Ancient

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