Magdala

Magdala (Aramaic: מגדלא / Magdala, meaning `elegant`, `great`, or `tower` (viz. `great place`); Hebrew: מגדל / Migdal, meaning `tower`; Arabic: قرية المجدل / Qariyat al-Majdal) is the name of at least two places in ancient Israel mentioned in the Jewish Talmud and one place that may be mentioned in the Christian New Te...
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Magdala

• (a.) Designating an orange-red dyestuff obtained from naphthylamine, and called magdala red, naphthalene red, etc.
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Magdala

[ensemble] Magdala is an English early music group founded by David Skinner (musicologist). ==Discography== ...
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Magdala

[woreda] Magdala is one of the woredas in the Amhara Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Debub Wollo Zone, Magdala is bordered on the southwest by the Walo Shabatala River which separates it from Sayint, on the west by Semien Gondar Zone, on the north by the Bashilo River which separates it from the Semien Wollo Zone, and on the east by Tenta. ...
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Magdala

Mag'da·la adjective Designating an orange-red dyestuff obtained from naphthylamine, and called magdala red , naphthalene red , etc.
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Magdala

Magdala (măg'dulu) , in the New Testament, home of Mary Magdalene. It is identified with Magdal, a hamlet on the west shore of the Sea of Galilee. Mary, healed by Jesus, appears several times in the Gospels.
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Magdala

Magdala (mäg'dälä, măg'dulu) , former name of Amba Mariam (äm'bu mär'ēum) , village, Amhara region, central Ethiopia. Emperor Tewodros II (Theodore II) in the mid-19th cent. used Magdala as the base of operations for his conquest of the surroundin...
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