Category:Ammon

From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Amonita (es); Ammoniták (hu); Ammon (eu); عمون (azb); Ammon (cy); عمون (fa); 亚扪人 (zh); Ammon (ro); عمون (ur); Amona (fanjakana) (mg); Ammoniter (folkslag) (sv); Ammòn (oc); Ammonilaiset (fi); Amonidoj (eo); Ammón (cs); Ammoniti (it); Ammonites (fr); Ammonlased (et); Amonitas (pt); 암몬인 (ko); アモン人 (ja); Amonitai (tauta) (lt); Ammoniter (de); Waamoni (sw); Ammonici (pl); Амонићани (sr); Amon (bani) (id); Ammon Lâng (nan); Ammon (nb); Ammonieten (nl); Ammonites (descendents d'Ammon) (ca); Аммонітяни (uk); Ammonitler (tr); аммонитяне (ru); Ammon (en); عمونيون (ar); Αμμωνίτες (λαός) (el); עמון (he) Semitic kingdom (en); historischer Staat (de); hen deyrnas (Gwlad Iorddonen heddiw) (cy); volk (nl) Ammon (it); アンモン, アンモン人 (ja); Ammon (peuple) (fr); Bani Amon (id); Ammondar, Ammonita, Ammonen seme-alabak (eu); Ammonittene, Ammonittere (nb); בני עמון, בני-עמון, עמונים, עַמּוֹן (he); Ammonita (poble), Ammonites (descendents d’Ammon) (ca); Αμμανίτες (el); 암몬 (민족) (ko); Amon (nação) (pt); Amonitas, Cultura amonita (es); العمونيين, العمونيون, عمون, جحفية (ar); 亞捫人 (zh); Amonas (regionas), Amonas (valstybė), Amono karalystė (lt)
Ammon 
Semitic kingdom
Brockhaus and Efron Jewish Encyclopedia e2 301-0.jpg
Upload media
Wikipedia-logo-v2.svg  Wikipedia
Instance ofhistorical country
Capital
Dissolved, abolished or demolished
  • 332 BC (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584)
Different from
  • Ammonites
Authority control
Edit infobox data on Wikidata

Ammon was a kingdom adjacent to Moab and Israel, in Biblical times.

Subcategories

This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.

A

Q

Media in category "Ammon"

The following 22 files are in this category, out of 22 total.