Definition of Ambaris
1. ambari [n] - See also: ambari
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ambaris
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Literary usage of Ambaris
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Encyclopaedia Biblica: A Critical Dictionary of the Literary Political and by Thomas Kelly Cheyne, John Sutherland Black (1907)
"When his son ambaris succeeded, Sargon sent him presents and gave him his daughter ... But ambaris was a traitor, and was involved in the plots of Mita of ..."
2. Transactions of the Society of Biblical Archæology by Walter L. Nash (1882)
"... 854, of Kih'kia ambaris or Amris, 712, of Kilikia and Tubal £andu-arri, 678, of Kilikia (?) Sanda-sarvi, 660, of Kilikia (cf. ..."
3. Western Asia in the Days of Sargon of Assyria, 722-705 B.C.: A Study in by Albert Ten Eyck Olmstead (1908)
"... of Glag in V. Langlois, Historiens de I'Armenie, 188o, I. 333, shows that Glag is not Armenian at all. 81 The name occurs as ambaris, Amris, ..."
4. An Archaic Dictionary: Biographical, Historical, and Mythological, from the by William Ricketts Cooper (1876)
"Enraged at such conduct, Sargon attacked ambaris after a delay of some years, and sent him into slavery. ..."