Which word is used as a general name
for all the inhabitants of Canaan: Amorites or
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According to the OED, the word Amorite
denotes "A member of any of a group of Semitic tribes who dwelt in Mesopotamia,
Palestine, and Syria in the second and third millennium B.C., and who are
described in Biblical texts as inhabiting the land of Canaan before the arrival
of the Israelites."
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