- the commander of Absalom's army and later of David's army. II Sam. 17:25; 19:13.
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"He gave up his house because he couldn't keep it up," said Amasa Harbury.In a Little Town
Nearly 120 years later Amasa Thompson listed his tools and their value.Woodworking Tools 1600-1900
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Do you mean try to find out what the sum is he asked Amasa to pay him?
And he knew that Amasa Culpepper had to be fought with his own weapons.
The same did all the Israelites, at the like persuasion of Amasa.The Antiquities of the Jews