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Land of Canaan is a horror movie about murder and hauntings in the Nevada town of Goldfield. It has been stated that it will be released sometime in 2007. It will star.... Julianne Michelle as Natalie Tara Reid and Amy Juliet Landau and Elizabeth Mike McCartney (II) as Vince and Alexz Johnson. Image File history File links Broom_icon. ...


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Canaan Details, Meaning Canaan Article and Explanation Guide (2048 words)
Canaan or Kná'an (כנען'\, Standard Hebrew Kənáʿan, Tiberian Hebrew Kənáʿan / Kənāʿan; Septuagint Greek Χανααν, Khanaan') is an ancient term for a region roughly corresponding to present-day Israel (including the West Bank), western Jordan, southern Syria and southern Lebanon.
Thus the land of the Canaanites (specifically the Amorites, Hivites, Hethites, Girgashites and Jebusites) was deemed suitable for conquest by the Israelites on moral grounds.
Canaan (also Canaanites) are geographical and ethnic terms that have a shifting reference, which doubtless arises out of the migrations of the tribes to which the term "Canaanites" belongs.
The Hebrews between Assyria and Egypt (3713 words)
Genesis describes Abraham as the son Terah and the brother of Nahor and Haran, a family that dwelled at Ur, in the land of the Chaldeans.
Canaan during the time of the Hebrews was a thinly populated land with relatively prosperous agricultural communities.
But by the time of pharaoh Ramses XI, who ruled from around 1100 to 1085, the Egyptian domination of Canaan had again ended, and along the southern coast of Canaan, in such towns as Ashkelon, Ashdod, Gath and Gaza, were the sea peoples who had been driven from Egypt.
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