Baal I was the king of Tyre (680 - 660 BC). His name is the same as that of the Phoenician deity, Baal. He was tributary to the Assyrians, who had conquered the rest of Phoenicia, and sent his son Yehawmelek to Ashurbanipal (r. 668-627 BC) with heavy tribute. He also may have assisted the Assyrians...
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Baal-Eser I (Beleazarus I, Ba‘l-mazzer I) was a king of Tyre. His father, Hiram I, was a contemporary of David and Solomon, kings of Israel. The only information available about Baal-Eser I comes from the following citation of the Phoenician author Menander of Ephesus, in Josephus’s Against Api...
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Baal-Eser II (846–841 BC), also known as Balbazer II and Ba‘l-mazzer I, was a king of Tyre, the son of Ithobaal I. The primary information related to Baal-Eser II comes from Josephus’s citation of the Phoenician author Menander of Ephesus, in Against Apion i.18. Here it is said that “Ithoba...
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[character] Exercise physiology is "the identification of physiological mechanisms underlying physical activity, the comprehensive delivery of treatment services concerned with the analysis, improvement, and maintenance of health and fitness, rehabilitation of heart disease and other chronic...
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[title] Baali (aɪ) is a former title used by the Israelites for God. The title, which means "my lord," is derived from the possessive form of the honorific Baal. The Judeo-Christian prophet Hosea (Book of Hosea 2:16) reproached Jews for applying the title to Jehovah. Instead, he said, they ...
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Baali can refer to: Earring of Ears Baali is famous and indicates the earring in Asian Countries. This would be famous in women sector. Also define Baali, a person who interact with males. ...
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[World of Darkness] The Baali are a bloodline of vampires from White Wolf Game Studio`s Vampire: The Masquerade books and role-playing games. The Baali were a bloodline of vampires associated with demon worship. Much of the Baali in-game symbolism is inspired by real-world Mesopotamian and P...
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Baali (bā'ulī) , in the Bible, title of God that is to be used no longer by Israel.
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