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Elizaphan , Elzaphan (ĕl´zəfăn, ĕlzā´–), the same as Elizaphan. Elizaphan (ēlĬz´əfăn, ĕlĬzā´–). In the Bible, Aaron's cousin. An alternate spelling is Elzaphan. Eliphelet , Eliphal (ĕl´īfăl, ēlī´fəl), the same as Eliphelet4. Eliphalet (ēlĬf´əlĕt), in the Bible, name of two sons of David. Alternate forms are Eliphelet and… Polyglot Bible , Polyglot Bible edited in 1653–7 by Brian Walton (?1600–61), bishop of Chester, with the help of many scholars. It contains various oriental texts of… Bible Societies , BIBLE SOCIETIES , associations intended to propagate the Christian Bible, i.e., the Old and New Testaments. The first association of this kind was fo… Mazarin Bible , Gutenberg, Johann Gutenberg, Johann (1400–68) German goldsmith and printer, credited with the invention of printing from movable metallic type. He ex… Alvah , Aliah (ālī´ə): see Alvah. Alvah (ăl´və), in the Bible, duke of Edom. It also appears as Aliah.
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