Apame
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APAME

a-pa'-me, ap'-a-me (Apame): A concubine of Darius and a daughter of Bartacus the Illustrious, whose behavior to the king is referred to in a speech of Zerubbabel before the king to prove to him the great power of women (1 Esdras 4:29).

See BARTACUS; ILLUSTRIOUS.

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How after the Death of Cambyses and the Slaughter of the Magi but ...
... Nay, I once saw the king, who is lord of so many people, smitten on the face by
Apame, the daughter of Rabsases Themasius, his concubine, and his diadem taken ...
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Apame
... Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia APAME. a-pa'-me, ap'-a-me (Apame): A concubine
of Darius and a daughter of Bartacus the Illustrious ...
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Bartacus
... BARTACUS. bar'-ta-kus (Bartakos; Josephus Rhabezdkes; Vulgate (Jerome's Latin Bible,
390-405 AD) Bezazes (1 Esdras 4:29)): The father of Apame. ...
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Illustrious (1 Occurrence)
... i-lus'-tri-us (thaumastos): A title of rank and merit attached to the name of Bartacus,
the father of Apame (1 Esdras 4:29, the King James Version "the ...
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Apace (5 Occurrences)

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Apart (228 Occurrences)

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