Dagon   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Dagon   - a Semitic god, worshipped by the Philistines
Wikipedia entry
1Macc_10 them; and the temple of Dagon, and those who had taken
1Macc_11 showed him the temple of Dagon burned down, and Azotus and
Joseph:AJ_13.99 to fly to the temple of Dagon, which was at Azotus; but
Joseph:AJ_13.100 stain from the temple of Dagon itself, but burnt it also,
Joseph:AJ_13.104 ints about the temple of Dagon, which was burnt, and accus

  Dagon 2   - a fortress north of Jericho, Judaea
Joseph:AJ_13.230 bove Jericho, which was called Dagon. But Hyrcanus having
Joseph:BJ_01.56 bout Jericho, which was called Dagon. Now when Hyrcanus

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