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Marisa

 

Pronunciation:  meh-RIHS-uh

Occurrences:  8

First Reference:  Beginnings 8:29

 

And she spoke to him, saying: “My lord, think not ill of my father, for you are a stranger in the land. Behold, I am Marisa, the daughter of Adami and Bashia, the high priestess of God. Here in all the lands round about there is no cause to fear, for the God of Enoch does watch over us as a Father.

 

 

See:  Adami, Azotus, Bashia, Zion

 

Summary:  Marisa was the daughter of Adami and Bashia, the high priestess of the ancient city of Zion (B:8:29). One day, when retrieving water from a well outside the city walls, Marisa met a Sumerian slave-scout named Azotus, sent by Yasher-Baal to spy out the land before the arrival of Sumer’s armies. Azotus was smitten by the grace and beauty of Marisa, and proceeded to warn her of Yasher-Baal’s plan to attack Zion, for he feared Marisa would be taken captive to Sumer. Marisa took Azotus by the hand and together returned to Zion (B:8:21-39).

 

Marisa and Azotus were eventually married (B:9:41) and had several children. For thirty years, Marisa and Azotus lived happily in Zion (B:12:1). However, in a tragic course of events, Azotus was re-captured by Yasher-Baal’s men and taken to Sumer where he was tried for treason and sentenced to die on the stake (B:12:2-60).

 

 

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Marius
Markus Tobias