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  • Gederoth, Beth-dagon, Naamah, Makkedah, altogether sixteen towns with their villages. (Joshua 15, 41)

  • on the other side it went eastward to Beth-dagon, touching Zebulun and the Valley of Iphtahel on the way north to Beth-emek and Neiel. It continued north to Cabul, (Joshua 19, 27)

  • The Philistine chiefs assembled to offer a great sacrifice to their god Dagon and had a great feast, saying, "Our god has given Samson, our enemy, into our hands!" (Judges 16, 23)

  • There they brought it into the temple of Dagon and set it up beside him. (1 Samuel 5, 2)

  • Rising up early the following day, the people saw that Dagon had fallen face downward on the ground before the ark of Yahweh. So they picked up Dagon and put him back in his place. (1 Samuel 5, 3)

  • But when they rose the following morning, the people saw Dagon on the ground again, face downward before the ark of Yahweh. His head and hands were broken off and lay at the threshold. Only the trunk of Dagon was left where he fell. (1 Samuel 5, 4)

  • This is why the priests of Dagon and his worshipers do not tread on the threshold of his temple in Ashdod up to this day. (1 Samuel 5, 5)

  • Seeing this, the people of Ashdod said, "Let the ark of the God of Israel not remain with us. His hand is heavy on us and on Dagon, our god." (1 Samuel 5, 7)

  • They placed his armor in the temple of their god, but his head they hung in the temple of Dagon. (1 Chronicles 10, 10)

  • The cavalry scattered over the plain and those who fled went to Azotus, where they entered the temple of Dagon, their idol, to save their lives. (1 Maccabees 10, 83)

  • But Jonathan set fire to Azotus and the surrounding towns, and plundered them. He also burned down the temple of Dagon with all who had taken refuge in it. (1 Maccabees 10, 84)

  • When he reached Azotus, he was shown the burnt temple of Dagon, Azotus and its surroundings in ruins, the scattered corpses that had been abandoned, and the charred remains of those whom Jonathan burned to death in the battle, piled in heaps along the king's way. (1 Maccabees 11, 4)

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