Most people we spoke with may have labeled Elam the “leader,” but Hembling is the one they talk about most.
Loved or despised by seemingly everyone, Elam is the closest thing the movement has to a rock star.
As Elam, a former slave, Common, the rapper and nemesis of Fox News, is a real find.
"Then they will be sure to sell them to you, if they sell them to anybody; but I don't want you to buy them," said Elam.
The people who have come and gone through this country of Elam!
This would have been a task beyond him had he not seen the way Elam went the day before.
Nothing but a story that in Elam has been told too often to have any novelty!
From this time out (we were all of two weeks on the trail) Elam was moody.
This opinion is confirmed by the fact that the name Elam is in reality the name of Persia.
A revolution in Elam speedily afforded Assyria an opportunity for revenge.
highland, the son of Shem (Gen. 10:22), and the name of the country inhabited by his descendants (14:1, 9; Isa. 11:11; 21:2, etc.) lying to the east of Babylonia, and extending to the shore of the Mediterranean, a distance in a direct line of about 1,000 miles. The name Elam is an Assyrian word meaning "high." "The inhabitants of Elam, or 'the Highlands,' to the east of Babylon, were called Elamites. They were divided into several branches, speaking different dialects of the same agglutinative language. The race to which they belonged was brachycephalic, or short-headed, like the pre-Semitic Sumerians of Babylonia. "The earliest Elamite kingdom seems to have been that of Anzan, the exact site of which is uncertain; but in the time of Abraham, Shushan or Susa appears to have already become the capital of the country. Babylonia was frequently invaded by the Elamite kings, who at times asserted their supremacy over it (as in the case of Chedorlaomer, the Kudur-Lagamar, or 'servant of the goddess Lagamar,' of the cuneiform texts). "The later Assyrian monarchs made several campaigns against Elam, and finally Assur-bani-pal (about B.C. 650) succeeded in conquering the country, which was ravaged with fire and sword. On the fall of the Assyrian Empire, Elam passed into the hands of the Persians" (A.H. Sayce). This country was called by the Greeks Cissia or Susiana.