Arad

(from the article `Arad`) town, southern Israel, in the northeast Negev, named for the biblical Arad, the ruins of which are visible at Tel `Arad, about 5 12 miles (9 km) ...
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Arad

Arad (ā'răd) , in the Bible, royal town in the Negev, the modern Tell Arad (Israel), S of Hebron. The “king Arad” in the Book of Numbers is a mistranslation for “king of Arad.” It is the only tell (mound) in the Negev and indicates the existence of a fortified...
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Arad

Arad (äräd') , city (1990 pop. 203,198), W Romania, in the Banat, on the Mureşul River, near the Hungarian border. It is an important railroad junction and a leading regional commercial and industrial center. Distilling, sawmilling, and the manufacture of machine tools and locomo...
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ARAD

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Arad

jude (county), western Romania, bounded on the west by Hungary. The Mure and Criul Alb rivers flow westward through the county, while the Western ...
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Arad

town, southern Israel, in the northeast Negev, named for the biblical Arad, the ruins of which are visible at Tel `Arad, about 5 12 miles (9 km) ...
Found on http://www.britannica.com/eb/a-z/a/93
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