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  • Inquire concerning the days of antiquity, which were before you, from the day when God created man upon the earth, from one end of heaven to another, if anything similar has ever occurred, or whether any such thing has ever been known, (Deuteronomy 4, 32)

  • Remember the days of antiquity. Consider each generation. Question your father, and he will declare it to you. Question your elders, and they will tell it to you. (Deuteronomy 32, 7)

  • And turning back, he immediately seized Hazor. And he struck down its king with the sword. For Hazor, from antiquity, held the first position among all these kingdoms. (Joshua 11, 10)

  • And Judah, going forth against the Canaanites who were living at Hebron, (the name of which from antiquity was Kiriath-Arba) struck down Sheshai, and Ahiman, and Talmai. (Judges 1, 10)

  • But have you not heard what I have done from the beginning? From the days of antiquity, I have formed it, and now I have brought it to be. And fortified cities of fighting men will become piles of ruins. (2 Kings 19, 25)

  • so that you may search in the books of the histories of your fathers, and you may find written in the records, and you may know that this city is a rebellious city, and that it is harmful to the kings and the provinces, and that wars were incited within it from the days of antiquity. For which reason also, the city itself was destroyed. (Ezra 4, 15)

  • And it was commanded by me, and they searched and found that this city, from the days of antiquity, has rebelled against the kings, and that seditions and battles have been incited within it. (Ezra 4, 19)

  • We have heard, O God, with our own ears. Our fathers have announced to us the work that you wrought in their days and in the days of antiquity. (Psalms 43, 2)

  • I considered the days of antiquity, and I held the years of eternity in my mind. (Psalms 76, 6)

  • O Lord, where are your mercies of antiquity, just as you swore to David in your truth? (Psalms 88, 50)

  • I called to mind your judgments of antiquity, O Lord, and I was consoled. (Psalms 118, 52)

  • I have called to mind the days of antiquity. I have been meditating on all your works. I have meditated on the workings of your hands. (Psalms 142, 5)

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