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Belzebub

 

Pronunciation:  BEHL-zuh-bub

Occurrences:  1

First Reference:  Beginnings 11:35

 

Now after these things were accomplished, Yasher-Baal set his hand against the great cities between the two rivers. And unto the law of Sumer did he add Shinar, Uruk, Babel, and Calneh.

And over each did he place the sons of his loins. Thus Remlah was made king of Shinar, and upon the throne of Uruk sat Marduk, and Melech was made king of Calneh, and upon the throne of Babel did Belzebub rule.

Beginnings 11:34-35

 

 

See:  Babel, Sumer, Sumerian Empire, Yasher-Baal

 

Summary:  Belzebub was appointed by his father, Yasher-Baal, to be king of the city of Babel, one of several cities comprising the first Sumerian Empire (c. 8,800 BCE) (B:11:34-35).

 

 

 

Notes/References:

Beloved
Benevolence (Azurgai)