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beneiの例文

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  • Benei Binyamin, Petah Tikva, Hanotea, Netanya.
  • The ancestors of the Karaites were a group called " Benei bedeq " during the Second Temple period.
  • The congregation was founded in 1907 as " Benei Yehuda ", which can be translated as Children ( Sons ) of Judah.
  • In the 1931 census of Palestine, the population of " Benei Beraq " was 956, all Jewish, in 255 houses.
  • In the 11th century, the " benei elohim " who cohabit with the daughters of man ( Genesis 6 : 1 4 ).
  • In 1813, a Hebrew-Christian congregation called " Benei Abraham " ( Children of Abraham ) started meeting at the chapel in Palestine Place.
  • In the last 5 to 10 years a growing number " of [ Sephardic ] Benei Anusim have been established in Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, Judaizers.
  • The Tomb of Benei Hezir also bears an epithet in Hebrew that states : " This is the tomb and the stele / memorial ( " nephesh " ) of Eleazar . . . ".
  • These include the Tomb of Benei Hezir, the Tomb of Zechariah and the Tombs of the Kings which, ironically, is the tomb not of kings, but of a queen, Queen Helena of Adiabene.
  • Founded in 1907, it was originally known as " Benei Yehuda " and was located at East Pender Street at Heatley Street in the Strathcona neighbourhood, then the focus of the city's Jewish community.
  • In the last 5 to 10 years, " organized groups of Benei Anusim in Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, and in death by burning.
  • To the east with the Kiwai ( Zebus ) speaking tribes, to the west with Suki ( Kamakaram ) and Bine speaking tribes ( Benei ) who called themselves " Headhunters " and to the south with Gidra and Abom speaking tribes.
  • This work ( also known as " Megillat Benei $ ashmonai ", " Megillat Hanukkah " or " Megillat Yevanit " ) is extant in both the Arabic in the 9th century, ascribed it to the elders of the School of Shammai and the School of Hillel.
  • In the last five to ten years, " organized groups of [ Sephardic ] Benei Anusim have been established in Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, and in Sefarad [ the Iberian Peninsula ] itself " . have also now been established.
  • The name Baramu covers three tribes : the eastern tribe Odag or Odai ( Yahud ) composed of Madame, Wederehiamo, Tirio ( Madir ) villages, the middle tribe ( Levi ) composed of Baramu and Tapila villages and the western tribe ( Benei ) composed of Lewada, Suame and Bitur villages ( Gomoga 2007 ).
  • The eight ( 8 ) clans are divided according to the tribes, the Umaidi and Pidimo clans belong to the Odag or Odei tribe ( Yahud ), Idudmo, Bugumo and Ebaimo clans belong to the middle tribe ( Levi ) and Binamon, Banarom and Tapamo clans belong to the western tribe ( Benei ) ( Gomoga 2007 ).
  • It has been proposed that the " Tomb of Zechariah " is actually the " nefesh " ( a Jewish funerary monument similar to the Greek " stele " ) for the Tomb of Benei Hezir, which is accessed from a rock-cut passage adjacent to the monument, and which states that it has an adjacent " magnificent structure ", an item not otherwise identified.
  • The style of the construction, which includes Ionic columns, is similar to that of the Tomb of Benei Hezir, and several writers think that they are near-contemporary with one another; scholars specialising in funerary practices and monuments have ascribed a first-century CE date to the " Tomb of Zechariah ", making it impossible to be the tomb of the 7th / 8th / 9th century BCE Zechariah ben Jehoiada.