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The Romans nicknamed it Arabia Felix, fortunate Arabia. Nowadays, it's called Yemen. What is it called in the King James Bible?




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Answer: Sheba

The Arabs called it Saba and the Greeks (and Romans) called it Sabaea.

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God i love this game. Is there a link to a map on where this piece of land lies today?

[Mootguy: Go to Google maps and type in Yemen.]
acenyc28 at hotmail.com
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I was there when it was called Aden. The Brits owned it then.
jestrom at cox.net
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When you type Sheba on Google you get a list of sites related to cat's food. Xhere is the queen of Sheba gone ? On a cat's plate
nanon.gardin at wanadoo.fr
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