Places Study on Field of Blood

Places Study on Field of Blood

Matthew 27: Wherefore that field was called, The field of blood, unto this day.
Acts 1: And it was known unto all the dwellers at Jerusalem; insomuch as that field is called in their proper tongue, Aceldama, that is to say, The field of blood.

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Aceldama - Field of Blood
Acel'Dama - (the Field of Blood ) ( Akeldama in the Revised Version), the name given by the Jews of Jerusalem to a field near Jerusalem purchased by Judas with the money which he received for the betrayal of Christ, and so called from his violent death therein. ( Acts 1:19 ) The "Field of Blood" is now shown on the steep southern face of the valley or ravine of Hinnom, "southwest of the supposed pool of Siloam
Aceldama - ) The potter's field, said to have lain south of Jerusalem, purchased with the bribe which Judas took for betraying his Master, and therefore called the Field of Blood. : A Field of Bloodshed
Haceldama - (Aramaic, hagal dema, Field of Blood) ... Name given to the potter's field, purchased with the price of the treason of Judas to be a burial-place for strangers (Matthew 27; Acts 1)
Potters Field - It was called the "Field of Blood" (Matthew 27:7-10 )
Aceldama - ... A field said to have laid south of Jerusalem, the same as the potters field, purchased with the bribe which Judas took for betraying his master, and therefore called the Field of Blood
Aceldama - Aceldama (a-sĕl'da-mah), Field of Blood. The "Field of Blood" is now shown on the steep southern face of the valley or ravine of Hinnom
Aceldama - The name is Aramaic and means “Field of Blood
Aceldama - The word means "Field of Blood
Aceldama - But it having been afterward bought with the money by which the high priest and ruler of the Jews purchased the blood of Jesus, it was called Aceldama, or the Field of Blood
Aceldama - Field of Blood, a small field south of Jerusalem, which the priest purchased with the thirty pieces of silver that Judas had received as the price of our Savior's blood, Matthew 27:8 ; Acts 1:19
Aceldama - The word Ἀκελδαμα, 'Field of Blood,' is Aramaic expressed in Greek letters, the word being differently spelt in different MSS
Akeldama - It is still known as Hakk ed-Dumm (‘Field of Blood’)
Potter - Matthew 27:8 states that this spot came in consequence to be known as ‘the Field of Blood—that is, the field bought with the price of blood; but a different reason for that name is given in Acts 1:18-19, where Judas himself purchases the field, and commits suicide in it. The ‘Field of Blood,’ or Akeldama (חֲקֵל דְּמָא), is generally identified with a spot in which there are numerous tombs, and where also clay is found, lying to the south of Jerusalem, in the valley of Hinnom, not far from the point where it joins the valley of the Kidron (Baedeker, p
Potter - Matthew 27:8 states that this spot came in consequence to be known as ‘the Field of Blood—that is, the field bought with the price of blood; but a different reason for that name is given in Acts 1:18-19, where Judas himself purchases the field, and commits suicide in it. The ‘Field of Blood,’ or Akeldama (חֲקֵל דְּמָא), is generally identified with a spot in which there are numerous tombs, and where also clay is found, lying to the south of Jerusalem, in the valley of Hinnom, not far from the point where it joins the valley of the Kidron (Baedeker, p
Aceldama - "the Field of Blood. ... The Field of Blood is now shown on the steep S
Akeldama - gives a transliteration of this Aramaic name; he says it was ἁκελδαμάχ, that is, he understands it as equivalent to חֲקִל דְּמֲא, ‘Field of Blood. This conjecture is confirmed by the fact, which has been pointed out above, that the significance of the name ‘Field of Blood’ was differently understood by Mt. Within half a century the name became corrupted to חֲקִל דָּמָא ‘the Field of Blood,’ the allusion being variously interpreted of the blood of Christ and the blood of Judas
Akeldama - gives a transliteration of this Aramaic name; he says it was ἁκελδαμάχ, that is, he understands it as equivalent to חֲקִל דְּמֲא, ‘Field of Blood. This conjecture is confirmed by the fact, which has been pointed out above, that the significance of the name ‘Field of Blood’ was differently understood by Mt. Within half a century the name became corrupted to חֲקִל דָּמָא ‘the Field of Blood,’ the allusion being variously interpreted of the blood of Christ and the blood of Judas
Sion - From the top of the hill you see, to the south, the valley of Ben Hinnom; beyond this, the Field of Blood, purchased with the thirty pieces of silver given to Judas; the hill of Evil Counsel, the tombs of the judges, and the whole desert toward Hebron and Bethlehem
Judas - Originally known as Potter’s Field, the place was renamed Field of Blood and used as a cemetery for Gentiles (Matthew 27:6-10; Acts 1:18-19)
Gehenna (2) - At the lower extremity are found numerous rock-tombs, for here seems to have been the potter’s field for the burial of pilgrims, which was purchased with the ‘30 pieces of silver,’ and known as Akeldama, or Field of Blood (Matthew 27:3-8, Acts 1:18-19)
Aceldama - The Field of Blood
Judas Iscariot - Luke to speak of the ‘Field of Blood’ being acquired by the traitor himself with the price of his iniquity (qui facit per alium, facit per se), which St
Field - Matthew uses ἀγρός of ‘the Field of Blood’ (Matthew 27:8), St
Zechariah, the Book of - ... Zechariah repeats this threat as about to be fulfilled again by Rome for their rejection of Messiah Matthew, by mentioning Jeremiah, implies that the Field of Blood now bought by "the reward of iniquity" in the valley of Hinnom was long ago a scene of doom symbolically predicted, that the purchase of it with the traitor's price renewed the prophecy and revived the curse
Esau - They are beginning to seek for a Field of Blood, and some Sabbath night, unless God himself prevent them, they will go out like Judas
Jerusalem - ... (f) The tree (with the bridge) where Judas hanged himself, and Akeldama, the Field of Blood (Acts 1:19), are shown, but there are rival sites for the latter, and the former has often changed (Conder, The City of Jerusalem, p