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ˈʃi bəshe·ba

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Wiktionary

  1. Shebanoun

    An ancient kingdom in Arabia or possibly in Africa.

  2. Shebanoun

    A male given name from Hebrew.

  3. Shebanoun

    The 34th sura of the Qur'an.

  4. Etymology: From Hebrew שְׁבָא (sh'vá).

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  1. SHEBA

    The Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (SHEBA) study was a National Science Foundation-funded research project designed to quantify the heat transfer processes that occur between the ocean and the atmosphere over the course of a year in the Arctic Ocean, where the sun is above the horizon from spring through summer and below the horizon the rest of the time. The study was designed to provide data for use in global climate models, which scientists use to study global climate change.

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  1. Sheba

    Sheba was a kingdom mentioned in the Hebrew scriptures and the Qur'an. Sheba features in Ethiopian, Hebrew and Qur'anic traditions. Among other things it was the home of the biblical "Queen of Sheba". Modern archaeological studies support the view that the biblical kingdom of Sheba was the ancient Semitic civilization of Saba in Southern Arabia, in Yemen, between 1200 BC until 275 AD with its capital Marib. The Kingdom fell after a long but sporadic civil war between several Yemenite dynasties claiming kingship, resulting in the rise of the late Himyarite Kingdom. Similar description in the Hebrew Bible is found in Strabo's writings and Assyrian annals about the Sabaeans Their civilization stretched as far as Aqaba with small colonies to protect the trade routes, these colonies included Yathrib and the central Arabian kingdom of Kindah and northern Ethiopia where archaeologists found an ancient temple dedicated to the Sabaean chief god El-Maqah The study of the history and culture of this kingdom is still patchy. Especially the chronology of historical events and famous kings due to the instability in Yemen

The Nuttall Encyclopedia

  1. Sheba

    believed to be a region in South Arabia, along the shore of the Red Sea.

Editors Contribution

  1. Sheba

    Saba bin Yashgab bin Yarub bin Qahtan bin Hood, the grandfather of the Sabaeans, a great king of Yemen BC Sheba denounced a king over Sanaa, and its surroundings, and built the city of Marib, and then took it as his capital, after the first construction of the famous Ma'rib Dam, and because he was so fond of building, he built great palaces in separate places. Described with courage, he fought the remote tribes, in order to subdue them, and raided the city of Babylon, and he conquered it at the time of its king (Al-Nimrud bin Sas


    Submitted by Ralfareh on March 31, 2020  

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Sheba in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Sheba in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

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  1. Marc Siegel:

    There is no reason whatsoever to believe that the messenger-RNA vaccines, which do not contain any part of the virus itself, will cause any harm, they appear to be very well tolerated in all groups. PFIZER CA N'T SELL COVID-19 VACCINES DIRECTLY TO NY Dr. Gili Regev-Yochay, head of Sheba Medical Center’s Infectious Disease Epidemiology Unit in Israel, said she is encouraging pregnant women to get vaccinated the country sees more and more ICU admissions.

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