From: Simon Montagu (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jun 07 2007 - 05:09:03 CDT
Andreas Prilop wrote:
> Jonathan Rosenne wrote:
>> The first is normally either space or Maqaf. Most compounds
>> which use Maqaf in the Bible are written today with space.
> Which book of the Bible mentions Tel Aviv?
A place called Tel Aviv (without Maqaf) is mentioned in Ezekiel 3:15.
The modern city is named after Nahum Sokolov's Hebrew translation of
Herzl's 'Altneuland' (http://benyehuda.org/sokolov/tel_aviv.html), which
took the name from that verse.
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