Succoth-benoth or Succoth Benoth Booths of Daughters" was a Babylonian deity,
one of the deities brought to the former kingdom of Samaria (Israel) by "the ...
In Hebrew, Succoth-benoth means "booths of daughters," and has been
explained as the chambers wherein the Babylonians placed women for
The precise meaning of Succoth benoth is not known. Its literal signification is, “
booths of the daughters”; and it is supposed to be, not the name of a god, but of ...
Succoth-benoth. Meaning: tents of daughters. supposed to be the name of a
Babylonian deity, the goddess Zir-banit, the wife of Merodach, worshipped by the
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The men of Babylon made Succoth-benoth - This, literally, signifies the
tabernacles of the daughters or young women, and most evidently refers to those
Hebrew. Strongs #05524: twnb twko Cukkowth b@nowth. Succoth-benoth = "the
daughter's booth" 1) Assyrian or Babylonian deity worshipped by the ...
The name Succoth-benoth has very frequently been supposed to be a plural
word, and to refer to booths or tabernacles used in Babylon for infamous
Les gens de Babylone firent Succoth-Benoth, les gens de Cuth firent Nergal, les
gens de Hamath firent Aschima, Martin Bible Car les gens de Babel firent ...
SUCCOTH-BENOTH. (Sucʹcoth-beʹnoth) [Booths of Benoth]. A deity worshiped
by the Babylonians whom the king of Assyria brought into the cities of Samaria ...