Re: Tut's horse rash!
In Response To: Tut's Wagon Attack ()

It may seem like a minor point but the following 1876 Harvard Bible uses the word Horse 43 times and the word donkey 0 times.

Diane’s Hyksos were horse riders. They most likely came from Cappadocia or Katpatuka meaning "the land of beautiful horses". Please excuse the pun but donkeys were more related to a hoses’s –ass than the riders behind.

67. Agrippas ag-rip'-pas apparently from 66 and 2462; wild-horse tamer; Agrippas, one of the Herods:--Agrippa.

751. Archippos ar'-khip-pos from 746 and 2462; horse-ruler; Archippus, a Christian:--Archippus.

2461. hippikon hip-pee-kon' neuter of a derivative of 2462; the cavalry force:--horse(-men).

2462. hippos hip'-pos of uncertain affinity; a horse:--horse.

5433. phruasso froo-as'-so akin to 1032, 1031; to snort (as a spirited horse), i.e. (figuratively) to make a tumult:--rage.

3688. onos on'-os apparently a primary word; a donkey:--an ass.

5268. hupozugion hoop-od-zoog'-ee-on neuter of a compound of 5259 and 2218; an animal under the yoke (draught-beast), i.e. (specially), a donkey:--ass.

2544 Chamowr kham-ore' the same as 2543; donkey; Chamor, a Canaanite:--Hamor.

5483 cuwc soos or cuc {soos}; from an unused root meaning to skip (properly, for joy); a horse (as leaping); also a swallow (from its rapid flight):--crane, horse((-back, -hoof)).

7392 rakab raw-kab' a primitive root; to ride (on an animal or in a vehicle); causatively, to place upon (for riding or generally), to despatch:--bring (on (horse-)back), carry, get (oneself) up, on (horse-)back, put, (cause to, make to) ride (in a chariot, on, -r), set.

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