The growth of an independent kingdom with Damascus as centre must date from very early in the aramaean occupation.
Then he had himself proclaimed the ruler of the aramaean State of Damascus.
He had evidently been left in peace by Assyria, and the monument he erected to his god is of aramaean workmanship and design.
The elaborate system of nail-writing of the ancient Sumerians was too involved for the aramaean business man.
The aramaean tribes never let slip an opportunity of encroaching on the southern frontier.
Such monuments surely illustrate the adaptability of the Semitic craftsman among men of Phoenician and aramaean strain.
There a covenant is made between the aramaean and the Hebrew, and a cairn of stones is piled up to commemorate the fact.
A number of aramaean kingdoms had come into existence in Mesopotamia and throughout Syria.
Other political narratives may underlie the stories of the aramaean wars; with vi.
The inhabitants were transported, and "Suti" aramaean peoples settled in their homes.
northern branch of Semitic language group, 1834, from biblical land of Aram, roughly corresponding to modern Syria; probably related to Hebrew and Aramaic rum "to be high," thus originally "highland."