THE HISTORY OF MAN.
habited the land: Lotan, and Shobal, Zibeon, and Anah
who was king, and Dishon, Ezer, and Dishan; these are
the dukes of the Horites, the children of Seir in the land
The children of Lotan were Hori and Heman.
The children of Shabal were Alvan, Manahath, Ebal,
Shepho, and Anam.
Ajah and Anah were the sons of Zibeon.
The children of Anah were Dishon, and Aholibamah,
the wife of Esau.
The children of Dishon were Hemdan, and Eshban,
Ithran and Cheran.
Bilhan, Zaavan and Akan were the children of Dishan.
THE PEOPLE OF ETHIOPL\.
Were not the Ethiopians and Lubims a huge host, [or
a great army,] with very many chariots and'horsemen?
(2 Chron. xvi. 8.)
Come up, ye horses, and rage ye chariots, and let
the mighty men come forth; the Ethiopians and Lybians
that handle the shield, and the Lydians that handle and
bend the bow.— (Jer. x!vi. 9.)
Candace, queen of the Ethiopians of Sheba, came
with a very great company to Jerusalem.—(2 Chron.
ix.: Matt. xii. 42: Acts viii. 27.)
Tirhakah, king of Ethiopia. — (2 Kings, xii. 9: Isa.
Ahasuerus, the king, reigned even unto Ethiopia. —
Esther i. 1.)
Thus saith the Lord, the king of Assyria shall lead
away the Egyptians prisoners, and the Ethiopian cap¬
tives, young and old, naked and barefoot. — (Isa. xx. 4.)
[Even as they are led away at this day, naked and bare¬
foot, by Americans.]
Ethiopia shall soon stretch out her hand unto God.—
(Psalm lxviii. 31.)
Repentance and return of Israel unto God, our Savior,
from beyond the river of Ethiopia. — (Zeph. iii. 9, 10.
Are ye not as the children of the Ethiopians unto me,
O children of Israel, saith the Lord. — (Amos ix. 7.)