Baal-berith

(from the article `Abraham`) ...of which has been perceived more clearly as a result of recent archaeological excavations. From the mid-13th to the mid-11th century , Shechem was ... ...Baalot (Ladies), or Asherah (singular), usually known by the personal plural name Ashtoret. The god of the city of Shechem, which city the ... [2 rel...
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Baal-berith

Baal-berith (bā'ul-bē'rith) [Heb.,=Lord of the covenant], local god of Shechem mentioned in the Book of Judges. It has been suggested that the Israelites and local inhabitants of Shechem ratified a covenant there in the temple of Baal.
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Baal-berith

Baal-Berith was the god of the Canaanite city, who later came to be viewed as the demon Baalberith by Christian demonology. According to the Book of Judges, his temple was destroyed when Abimelech quelled the rising of his subjects. The name denotes a form of Ba`al-worship prevailing in Israel, according to the Book of Judges, and particularly in....
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