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Adora of Abel-Beth-Haran

 

Pronunciation:  uh-DOR-uh [of] AY-bl + beth + hah-RAHN

Occurrences:  7

First Reference:  Beginnings 9:7

 

And she called unto her Hypatia, the daughter of Geshur, and she called also unto her Adora of Abel-Beth-Haran. And they did come forth from among the people to stand beside Bashia.

 

 

See:  Bashia, Hypatia, Zion

 

Summary:  Adora was a counselor to Bashia, the High Priestess of Zion, and played a leading role in the Matriarchy during Yasher-Baal's first and second siege against the holy city.

 

 

Azrael’s Commentary - Adora of Abel-Beth-Haran

 

The name denotes a woman named Adora who was from the house of Abel in the city of Haran. Haran was one of the twelve cities of the Sethian Empire. Adora was one of the priestesses of Haran and was herself a master weaver. With the collapse of the Empire, Adora fled to the city of Gabatha and eventually took refuge in Zion.

 

 

Notes/References:  

 

Beginnings 9:12,34

Beginnings 17:26

Beginnings 18:1,39,42

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