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Dagos the Timmerite

 

Pronunciation:  DAY-gahs

Occurrences:  3

First Reference:  Beginnings 8:14

 

Now Yasher-Baal took all the hosts of Sumer and divided them into three armies: and over one he set Penuel, the son of Jabesh; and over another he set Dagos the Timmerite. But unto himself did Yasher-Baal take all the sons of Cain, for there were many and they stood head and shoulders above all the sons of men.



See:  Enoshahim, Sumer, Yasher-Baal

 

Azrael’s Commentary - Dagos the Timmerite
 

[Dagos] served as a general under the command of Yasher-Baal. Dagos was one of the Enoshahim who had gained great favor because of his willingness to serve Yasher-Baal regardless of personal cost. As a general, Dagos was given command of all the Enoshahim who served in Yasher-Baal’s army.

 

A small man of great cunning, Dagos was present at the first campaign against Zion, and was responsible for watching and patrolling the gates and walls of the city so that the inhabitants couldn’t escape. It was to Dagos that Bashia first put forth her demand to speak to Yasher-Baal. Several years after the first campaign against Zion ended in failure, Dagos was mauled by a bear on a hunting trip. He later died of his wounds.



Notes/References:
 

Now on the morrow there came against Zion the armies of Penuel, Dagos and Yasher-Baal; and they camped round about the city.

Beginnings 9:1

 

And when it was night, there came from Heaven great and mighty whirlwinds and they did fall upon the camps of Yasher-Baal, Penuel, and Dagos, and there was great destruction. And the children of Zion heard great lamentation and weeping, insomuch that the armies of Sumer did flee in terror.

Beginnings 9:36
 

Dagon-Erat
Dahmiel