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Dictionaries :: Rabmag

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Below are articles from the following 3 dictionaries:
Easton's Bible Dictionary

Rabmag:

Assyrian Rab-mugi, "chief physician," "who was attached to the king (Jer 39:3,13), the title of one of Sennacherib's officers sent with messages to Hezekiah and the people of Jerusalem (2Ki 18:17-19:13; Isa 36:12-37:13) demanding the surrender of the city. He was accompanied by a "great army;" but his mission was unsuccessful.

Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary

Rabmag:

who overthrows or destroys a multitude

Smith's Bible Dictionary

Rabmag:

(Jeremiah 39:3; 39:13) a title borne by Nergal‐sharezer, probably identical with the king called by the Greeks Neriglissar. (It probably means chief of the magi; at all events it was "an office of great power and dignity at the Babylonian court, and probably gave its possessor special facilities for gaining the throne.") SEE [NERGALSHAREZER].

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