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HAMA

Abbreviation for human antimouse antibody.

HAMA

Human anti-mouse antibody, see there.
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One example appears in the annals of Tiglath-Pileser III, who describes the extent of his conquests during his 738 campaign against Hamath by enumerating toponyms with particular reference to the mountains, which served as district borders.
That the passage in Isaiah is a reaction to this campaign is suggested by 10:9b, which mentions Hamath, Arpad, Damascus, and Samaria, all of which were conquered in this campaign.
Dieses Muster ist feststellbar bei Angriffen gegen Sam'al (858), Patin (858), Karkemis (857, 849, 848), Hamath (853, 848), Bit-Agusi (849, 848, 833/32), Que (839, 833/32), und Melid (835).
Die Namen der selten angegriffenen und noch seltener eroberten Reichszentren werden in Salmanassars Inschriften zumeist nur dann erwahnt, wenn, wie im Falle von Karkemis, Sam'al, Melid oder Hamath, die Hauptstadt dem dazugehorigen Reich den Namen gab.
159) n'indique pas necessairement que Hamath etait un nom de ville puisque, It cette epoque, sides de cites et sides de pays pouvaient coexister (cf.
ki]), an agricultural settlement from a frequently listed group of localities which, form the occurrences of several of them in the records of Alalah IV (including uruU-ri-lu), Ugarit, the Neo-Hittite kingdom of Hamath, and in modern toponymy, can be assigned to a district southwest of the city of Ebla.
Further on, there is a reference to 19 nage sa URU Hammatti adi alani sa sihirtisunu sa ahi tamti sa sulmu dsamsi sa ina hitti u gullulti ana Azriyau ekimu ana misir mat Assur utirra, "nineteen districts of Hamath with the towns around them, which are on the coast of the sea of the setting of the sun, which they had taken away for Azriyau, I restored to the territory of Assyria" (Rost 1893: ii, 22, line 131).