Ammon

[geometer] Ammon (Greek Ἄμμων) was a geometrician who made a measurement of the walls of Rome, around the time of the first invasion of the Goths, that is, the 3rd century, and found them to be 21 miles in circumference. ...
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Ammon

Type: Term Pronunciation: ah′mŏn Definitions: 1. Greek name of Egyptian god Amun. See: Ammon's horn
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Ammon

Type: Term Pronunciation: ah′mŏn Definitions: 1. Friedrich A. von, German ophthalmologist and pathologist, 1799-1861. See: Ammon fissure, Ammon prominence
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Ammon

[Book of Mormon explorer] Ammon(n) was the leader of a Nephite expedition from Zarahemla, sent to discover the fate of Zeniff and his people who had not been heard from for 75 years, according to the Book of Mormon. Zeniff and his followers left Zarahemla and travelled to Nephi, their ancestral home, which was then in possession of the Lama...
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Ammon

In Egyptian mythology, king of the gods; the equivalent of the Greek Zeus (Roman Jupiter). The Egyptian pharaohs identified themselves with his supremacy, adopting his name as in Tutankhamen. In art...
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Ammon

Greek name of Egyptian god, Amun. ... See: Ammon's horn. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Ammon

Ammon is a Egyptian boy name. The meaning of the name is `Hidden` Where is it used? The name Ammon is mainly used In Egyptian Mythology (Hellenized) .How do they say it elsewhere? Amon ( In Egyptian Mythology) Ammon doesn`t appear In 2007`s top-1000 name list.The last time Ammon appeared In the top-1000 was 108 years ago, In 1900. It ranked #7...
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Ammon

Ammon, Egyptian god: see Amon.
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Ammon

Ammon (ăm'un) , in the Bible, people living E of the Dead Sea. Their capital was Rabbath-Ammon, the present-day Amman (Jordan). Their god was Milcom, to whom Solomon built an altar. A Semitic people, they flourished from the 13th cent. B.C. to the 8th cent. B.C. and were then absorbed by t...
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Ammon

Ammon was an ancient Egyptian god. He was depicted as a human with a ram's head or simply with the horns of a ram. He was one of the chief gods, and was adopted by the Greeks as Zeus and the Roman's as Jupiter.There was a celebrated temple of Ammon in the Oasis of Siwah in the Libyan desert.
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Ammon

In Egyptian mythology, king of the gods; the equivalent of the Greek Zeus (Roman Jupiter). The Egyptian pharaohs identified themselves with his supremacy, adopting his name as in Tutankhamen. In art he is represented as a ram or goose, as a man with a ram's head, or as a ma...
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Ammon

[Book of Mormon missionary] This article is about the prominent Book of Mormon missionary. For the Book of Mormon explorer, see Ammon (Book of Mormon explorer) According to the Book of Mormon, Ammon was a prominent Nephite missionary, and son of King Mosiah. He was originally opposed to the church but, along with his brothers and Alma the Y...
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Ammon

Ammon ({Hebrew Name|עַמּוֹן|Ammon|ʻAmmôn|`People`}; t=ʻAmmūn; Ammonioi), also referred to as the Ammonites and children of Ammon, was an ancient nation best known from the Old Testament, which describes Ammon as located east of the Jordan River, Gilead, and the Dead Sea, in present-day Jordan. The chief city of the country was Rabbah .....
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