Alexandria

Alexandria. In the Heb. No, which was the ancient name of that city,a populous city of Egypt, destroyed by the Chaldeans, which was afterwards rebuilt by Alexander the Great, and from his name called Alexandria. Others suppose No-Amon to be the same as Diospolis. Ch. --- Alexandria. In the Heb. No; which was the ancient name of the city, to which Alexander gave afterwards the name of Alexandria; (Ch.) or this city was built near Rachotes, the harbour. "Ammon of No" was rather Diospolis, (Ezec. xxx. 14. Sept.) in the Delta, north of Busiris. Ammon was the chief god adored at No. Nah. iii. 8. Sept. Alex. "I will revenge myself on Ammon, her son, on Egypt, or Pharao, and on them." H.

Acts 27:6 • And there the centurion finding a ship of Alexandria sailing into Italy, removed us into it.

Nah 3:8 • Art thou better than the populous Alexandria, that dwelleth among the rivers? waters are round about it: the sea is its riches, the waters are its walls.

Acts 28:11 • And after three months, we sailed in a ship of Alexandria, that had wintered in the island, whose sign was the Castors.

Ezek 30:14 • And I will destroy the land of Phatures, and will make a fire in Taphnis, and will execute judgments in Alexandria.

Ezek 30:15 • And I will pour out my indignation upon Pelusium the strength of Egypt, and will cut off the multitude of Alexandria.

Ezek 30:16 • And I will make a fire in Egypt: Pelusium shall be in pain like a woman in labour, and Alexandria shall be laid waste, and in Memphis there shall be daily distresses.

Acts 18:24 • Now a certain Jew, named Apollo, born at Alexandria, an eloquent man, came to Ephesus, one mighty in the scriptures.

Jer 46:25 • The Lord of hosts the God of Israel hath said: Behold I will visit upon the tumult of Alexandria, and upon Pharao, and upon Egypt, and upon her gods, and upon her kings, and upon Pharao, upon them that trust in him.