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You get something 'lion' on the tracks.

Its the end of the lion.

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How many times is the word train used in the Bible?

In the Authorized King James Version, the word train is used four times. The scriptures are Genesis 14:14, Proverbs 22:6. Isaiah 6:1, and I Kings 10:02.

What is something with no symmetry called?

'Asymmetric'. NB When an 'a' or 'an' is placed in front of a word, it means 'no/not'. The king of the UK , King charles(III) is 'apolitical'. That is he is not of any political opinion. Simple living cells, can be described 'Asexual'.

What was the importance to the train of a king's robe in Old Testament Times?

In the Old Testament, after a king would send his men into battle and they had defeated their enemy, he would walk through the battle ground and take for his men the spoils. A piece of the defeated king's robe would be cut off and sewn to the end of the winning king's robe as a sign of victory. The different fabrics and colors would indicate the king's victories over each of the defeated kings. The more sewn on pieces, the longer the robe; thus the indication of a victorious king.

Why does the Romans use griffins as simbols?

The Romans used griffins as symbols because the adopted the mythology of the griffin from the Greek mythology.Some ancient writers said that the Griffin was a creature from India. The myth probably originated from the Achaemenid Persian Empire where it was a protector from evil and witchcraft. The griffin had the body and back legs of a lion and the head and wings of an eagle. The front legs were the claws of an eagle. Since the lion was the king of beasts and the eagle was the king of birds, the griffin was the king of creatures. It was powerful and majestic, a heroic symbol. It had speed, strength and courage of a lion and the sharp sight of an eagle. It was a symbol of divine power and a guardian of the divine. It found gold on mountains and built a nest on it. It was a fierce guardian of its nest and devoured men and their horses. Griffins often guarded treasures. In Assyria both the griffin and the dragons were symbols of wisdom. There have been Egyptians and Scythian archaeological finds.In Roman art, griffins are often pulling the chariot of Nemesis (goddess of justice and revenge).

How many times is the word 'slave' used in Bible?

In the King James version, surprisingly,the word - slave - appears onceJer 2:14 Is Israel a servant? Is he a homeborn slave? Why is he spoiled?the word - slaves - appears onceRev 18:13 And cinnamon, and odours, and ointments, and frankincense, and wine, and oil, and fine flour, and wheat, and beasts, and sheep, and horses, and chariots, and slaves, and souls of men.