wandering, (Ezek. 27:8), a small island and city on the coast of Syria, mentioned as furnishing mariners and soldiers for Tyre. The inhabitants were called Arvadites. The name is written Aruada or Arada in the Tell-el-Amarna tablets.
Shortly after, he wrote one of his most candid letters to arvad, whom he nicknamed Binga.
The inhabitants of Zidon and arvad were the sailors and her wise men pilots.
He was a native of arvad, and consequently an old acquaintance of Hannibal's.
The most important city of Phoenicia towards the north was arvad, or Aradus.
The arvad ruler, however, was displaced, and his son set on his throne.
On the march home the Egyptian army took possession of arvad, and seized its rich stores of wheat and wine.
In the north Aradus (arvad), in the south Sidon, proceed to exercise a sort of hegemony over several neighbouring states.
One of the cemeteries at arvad contains a splendid specimen of this imported design.
The rowers were from Zidon and arvad, while Tyre itself furnished their pilots or steersmen.
arvad was situated, like Tyre, on a small island off the Syrian coast, and lay in Lat.