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Veshanu

 

Pronunciation:  veh-SHAN-oo

Occurrences:  5

First Reference:  Beginnings 26:24 (see: 26:21)

 

That perchance the gods of Babel might have pity and put forth their hand to rebuke the evil spirit, and restore to Nimrod the queen Veshanu.

 

 

See:  Babel, Nimrod                                    Refer to: Beginnings 26:21-49

 

Summary:  Veshanu was the queen and wife of King Nimrod, who ruled in the city of Babel. When Veshanu fell ill and couldn’t be healed, Nimrod ordered the sacrifice of innocent people to the gods of Babel in hopes of restoring his wife. That night, Nimrod had a dream wherein the voice of God chastised him for his intent to sacrifice the innocent, and informed him of a man who could heal his wife. The man was Abram, who had previously been imprisoned by Nimrod and sentenced to death for rebuking the gods of Babel (B:26:21-32).

 

Nimrod released Abram who, after inquiring about the queen’s ailment, promised that Veshanu would be healed after three days time (B:26:32-39). After tending to the queen for three days, Veshanu was healed of her sickness. Nimrod reversed his sentence against Abram and rewarded him with great wealth (B:26:40-49).

 

 

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Vangeleia
Vespasian IV