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The Empires of the Bible from the Confusion of Tongues to the Babylonian Captivity

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    No. III

    “To the king my lord speak thus: I, Ebed-tob, thy servant, at the feet of my lord seven times seven prostrate myself.EB 114.2

    “Behold Malchiel does not separate himself from the sons of Lab’ai and the sons of Arzai to demand the country of the king for themselves. As for the governor who does this deed, why does not the king question him? Behold Malchiel and Tagi are they who have done this, since they have taken the city of Rubute. 69[Page 114] The Rabbah of Joshua 15:60.EB 114.3

    “There is no royal guard. May the king live eternally! May Puru go down to him! He has departed in front of me; he is in the city of Gaza; and let the kind send unto him the guard to defend the country. All the country of the king is revolted; direct Yikhbil-Khamu to come, and let him consider the country of the king my lord.EB 114.4

    “To the secretary of the king my lord speak thus: I, Ebed-tob, thy servant, fall at thy feet. Let a report of my words be laid before the king. Abundance of life be unto thee, thy servant am I.”EB 114.5

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