Palæstine

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Palæstine

  1. Archaic spelling of Palestine.
    • May, 1802 CE, “A General Account of the Nature of the Talmud”, in The Orthodox Churchman’s Magazine, Volume II, J. Spragg (publisher), page #250:
      AFTER the capture of Jeruſalem and the deſtruction of the Temple, the Jews, though in exile, maintained many celebrated Academies both in Palæſtine and in Babylonia.
    • 1829 CE, Algernon Herbert, Nimrod, page #24:
      As we have seen that Hadrian was the mystic Nabuchodonosor, it seems to follow that the persecutions of Sennacherib were the ravages committed in Palæstine by Vespasian.

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Palæstine f

  1. Obsolete form of Palestine.
    • 1784, Jacques Amyot, Œuvres de Plutarque, page #169:
      Entre austres choses , on y porta devant des escripteaux , où estoyent contenus les noms des nations dont il triumphoit , qui estoyent celles qui s’ensuivent , le royaulme de Pont, l’armenie , la Cappadoice , la Paphlagone , la Medie , la Colchide , les Hiberiens , les Albaniens , la Syrie , la Cilcie , la Mesopotamie , la Phœnicie , la Palæstine , la Judée , l’Arabie , les Coursaires et Escumeurs de mer deffaicts par tous les quartiers du monde , tant par mer que par terre : []