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a god of the Moabites. Original Word: כְּמִישׁ.

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comments on the style of the author of the inscription.' Auffret6
god Kemosh is mainly found in part II, and also in I and V, but not in. III and IV. name of Kemosh, the author emphasizes the view that the land of.
“House of David” Restored in Moabite Inscription
god Kemosh, Mesha is always victorious—and the cities he has built.
A Nation Conceived in Defeat
the first two lines: “I am Mesha, son of Kemosh[-yatti], the king of Moab, the. Dibonite.
pg 35-50 Hist Overview
Israel had oppressed Moab many days, for Kemosh was angry with his land.” The value of the possession of Moab for.

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Interpolated Translation
29 Woe to you, Moab; you are lost, people of your god, Kemosh. Moab has given his sons over as refugees and his daughters into captivity, to Sichon, king of the Amorites. 30 Their sovereignty over Cheshbon is destroyed; it has departed from Divon.

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Chemosh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chemosh was the god of the Moabites (Num. 21:29; Jer. 48:7, 13, 46).
Mesha Stele - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Kemosh elohe Moʼav [microform] : seu, Dissertatio philologica de
Kemosh elohe Moʼav [microform] : seu, Dissertatio philologica de cemoscho Moabitarum idolo .. (1730).
Strong's Hebrew: 3645. כְּמִישׁ (Kemosh or Kemish) -- a god of the
Transliteration: Kemosh or Kemish Or (Jer.

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