Category:Ammon

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Ammon 
ancient Semitic-speaking peoples
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Instance of
Subclass of
  • Ancient Semitic-speaking peoples
Named after
  • Ben-Ammi
Capital
Dissolved, abolished or demolished date
  • 332 BC (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584)
Religion or worldview
Different from
Authority control
Wikidata Q473433
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Ammon was a kingdom adjacent to Moab and Israel, in Biblical times.

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