Baal

[n] - any of numerous local fertility and nature deities worshipped by ancient Semitic peoples
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Baal

Divine title given to their chief male gods by the Phoenicians, or Canaanites, of the eastern Mediterranean coast about 1200-332 BC. Their worship as fertility gods, often orgiastic and of a...
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BAAL

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Baal

Ba'al (bā' a l) noun ; Hebrew plural Baalim (-ĭm). [ Hebrew ba'al lord.] 1. (Myth.) The supreme male divinity of the Phoenician and Canaanitish nations. » The name of this god occurs in the Old Testament and elsewhere with qualifying epithets subjo
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Baal

noun any of numerous local fertility and nature deities worshipped by ancient Semitic peoples; the Hebrews considered Baal a false god
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Baal

• (n.) The whole class of divinities to whom the name Baal was applied. • (n.) The supreme male divinity of the Phoenician and Canaanitish nations.
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Baal

(from the article `Schlöndorff, Volker`) After a short period of rather poorly received efforts, Schlöndorff formed his own film company, the first production of which Baal (1970), starring ... Until 1924 Brecht lived in Bavaria, where he was born, studied medicine (Munich, 1917–21), and served in an army hospital (1918)....
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Baal

god worshiped in many ancient Middle Eastern communities, especially among the Canaanites, who apparently considered him a fertility deity and one of ... [22 related articles]
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Baal

[comics] Baal is a fictional character from a comic book by Marvel Comics. He was the leader of the Sandstormers who found Apocalypse as a baby and raised him. ==Fictional character biography== Baal is the leader of the Sandstormers, raiders and scavengers in ancient Egypt who lived by the dogma of survival of the fittest. When Kang the Con
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Baal

[video game] Baal is one of Psygnosis`s less-popular titles, which featured the player as a "Time Warrior" sent into the recesses of hell to recover pieces of "The War Machine" which has been stolen by the evil minion, Baal. Unlike most other Psygnosis titles such as Shadow of the Beast and Brataccas, this game didn`t break any new ground,
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Baal

[EP] Baal is an EP by David Bowie, comprising recordings of songs written for Bertolt Brecht’s play Baal. It is sometimes referred to as David Bowie in Bertolt Brecht’s Baal, as credited on the sleeve. In August 1981, Bowie had begun rehearsals to appear in the BBC version of Baal. The lyrics to the songs were all translated by Ralph Ma
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Baal

[play] Baal was the first full-length play written by the German modernist playwright Bertolt Brecht. It concerns a wastrel youth who becomes involved in several sexual affairs and at least one murder. It was written in 1918, when Brecht was a 20-year-old student at Munich University, in response to the expressionist drama The Loner (Der Ei
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Baal

[disambiguation] Ba`al is a Hebrew word meaning "lord" or "master". Baal may also refer to: ==Places== ==In fiction== ==People== ==Music== ==In games== ...
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Baal

[demon] Baal (l {respell|bayl|`}; sometimes spelled Bael, Baël (French), Baell) is one of the seven princes of Hell. He is mentioned widely in the Old Testament as the primary pagan idol of the Phoenicians, often associated with the pagan goddess Ashtaroth. ==Archaeology and scripture== Baʿal is a title meaning "lord" that was applied to
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Baal

Baal (bā'ul) , plural Baalim (bā'ulim) [Semitic,=master, lord], name used throughout the Bible for the chief deity or for deities of Canaan. The term was originally an epithet applied to the storm god Hadad. Technically, Baal was subordinate to El. Baal is attested in the Ebla te...
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Baal

In Canaanite mythology, Baal was the god of fertility. He was the son of El. In Phoenician mythology, Baal was the god of fertility, the storm, and winter rains, whose annual struggle with Mot, the god of harvesting crops, symbolized for Phoenicians the renewal of the earth's vegetation each spring....
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Baal

Divine title given to their chief male gods by the Phoenicians, or Canaanites, of the eastern Mediterranean coast about 1200–332 BC. Their worship as fertility gods, often orgiastic and of a phallic character, was strongly denounced by the Hebrew prophets
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Baal

[band] Baal is a Danish rock band starting out in 1994 in Copenhagen. Besides their studio records, Baal has also created music for three musicals. Baal started out as a David Bowie cover band under a different name, and later changed name to Baal and started writing their own music. ==Discography== ===Studio albums=== ===Musical albums===
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