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

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    No. IV

    “To the king my lord speak thus: I, Ebed-tob, thy servant, at the feet of the king my lord seven times seven prostrate myself.EB 114.6

    “The king knows the deed which they have done, even Malchiel and Su-ardatum, against the country of the king my lord, marshaling the forces of the city of Gezer, the forces of the city of Gath, and the forces of the city of Keilah. They have occupied the country of the city of Rabbah. The country of the king has gone over to the Confederates. And now at this moment the city of the mountain of Jerusalem, the city of the temple of the god Uras, whose name there is ‘Salim,’ 70[Page 114] Genesis 14:18; Hebrews 7:2. the city of the king, is separated from the locality of the men of the city of Keilah.EB 114.7

    “May the king listen to Ebed-tob, thy servant, and may he despatch troops, and may he restore the country of the king to the king. But if no troops arrive, the country of the king is gone over to the men, even the Confederates. This deed is the deed of Su-ardatum and Malchiel. And may the king send help to his country.”EB 114.8

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