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Definition of Magdala

Magdala
Magdala Mag"da*la, a. Designating an orange-red dyestuff obtained from naphthylamine, and called magdala red, naphthalene red, etc.

Meaning of Magdala from wikipedia

- Magdala (Aramaic: מגדלא, Magdala, meaning "tower"; Hebrew: מגדל, Migdal; Arabic: المجدل, al-Majdal) was an ancient city on the s**** of the Sea of Galilee...
- scholars, Mary's epithet Magdalene may mean that she came from the town of Magdala, a fishing town on the western s**** of the Sea of Galilee. The Gospel...
- The Magdala, also known as Magdala Tavern or colloquially as simply The Magy, was a public house on South Hill Park in Hampstead and was named after the...
- Battle of Magdala was the conclusion of the British Expedition to Abyssinia fought in April 1868 between British and Abyssinian forces at Magdala, 390 miles...
- The Magdala stone is a carved stone block unearthed by archaeologists in a Galilean synagogue in Israel, dating to before the destruction of the Second...
- Magdala was an ancient city on the s**** of the Sea of Galilee believed to be the birthplace of Mary Magdalene. Magdala may also refer to: Al-Majdal,...
- Magdala is a town in the Weimarer Land district, in Thuringia, Germany. It is situated 10 kilometres (6 miles) west of Jena, and 12 kilometres (7 miles)...
- rebellions in other provinces. He ultimately committed suicide at the Battle of Magdala, during the British Expedition to Abyssinia. In the first six years of...
- except for a small area stretching from Lake Tana east to his fortress at Magdala. He was engaged in constant military campaigns against a wide array of...
- as the path to eternal life; it exposes the erroneous view that Mary of Magdala was a prostitute for what it is—a piece of theological fiction; it presents...
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