Dagon


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god of agriculture and the earth

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The Philistines capture the Ark of the Covenant and place it in their temple of Dagon in Ashdod.
Artists often journeyed long distances outside Yangon to track this official down or visited his "big, giant house with a giant fence" in Dagon township.
In the Biblical account, the Philistines placed the Ark of God beside the statue of Dagon (god of the Philistines) in their temple.
The meeting opened with the HH Shaikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum UAE Breeders Society Challenge, the only Purebred Arabian race on the card, which was won by the Richard Mullen-ridden Dig Dagon.
7 -- Bawarchi, a renowned and award winning chain of Indian restaurant in Thailand's capital city, Bangkok has announced a grandeur opening of its new outlet at Dagon Township, Yangon, Myanmar.
About to be sacrificed, Samson leans against a pillar of the Temple of Dagon, and the building crashes down killing his enemies.
8226; Other upcoming developments include residential towers, luxury shopping mall and hotel in Golden City and office buildings, hotel, apartments and clubhouses in Dagon City 1.
Chief among these is the Esoteric Order of Dagon (EOD), which takes its name directly from the cult that plays a central role in Lovecraft's "The Shadow Over Innsmouth" (Prevost).
The bodies of Aung San and his friends who died with him were taken to Rangoon's Jubilee Hall on the road leading to the famed Shwe Dagon 'Golden' Pagoda - the scene of many of the General's political victories.
Philo's explanation of Demarous-Baal's dual parenthood differs from the Hurrian account, being predictably more rationalistic: Elos (= Kronos) fights Ouranos and, having defeated him, gives Ouranos' concubine to Dagon when she is pregnant with Ouranos' son Demarous (Praep.
Tierney (1936-) chose to call them Lovecraft Mythos taking into account the fact that the author of Dagon never used the name Cthulhu Mythos (Tudor & Tudor 2012: 409).
What is imperative is that he leads the likes of Confident Rankin, Newlawn Tock and Dagon Shield around the bend.
In it, Professor Carey took issue with Stanley Fish's interpretation of Samson's suicidal destruction of the temple of Dagon in How Milton Works.
First, risen Weirds such as Dagon and Cthulhu or Joseph Payne Brennan's slime, from the story of that name, retain every scrap of their enormity and power above the waves.