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The Prince of the children of Gad is Eliasaph. The tribe of Gad was one of the tribes of Israel who settled on the eastern side of the Jordan River after the Exodus from Egypt. Gad was one of 12 tribes others included Rueben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Dan, Naphtali, Asher, Issachar, Zebulun, Joseph,...Read More

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Jacobo Arbenz Guzman was the 25th president of Guatemala. Guzman was a military officer that revolted and won control of Guatemala. He saw a need for a change and a social reform in the nation. Guzman lived from 1913 to 1971 and was nicknamed the big blonde or sometimes the Swiss for his Swiss...Read More

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Persepolis' paternal uncle. Anosh was Marjane’s uncle in the famous work of literature, Persepolis. Marjane’s uncle was thought as a hero by her, Anosh and his uncle Fereydoon rebelled against the shah until at some point his uncle Fereydoon was caught and captured by the...Read More

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The head of the munafiqoon who led the slander against Aisha and took away a third of the men in the battle of Uhud. Abdullah ibn Ubay, additionally referred to as ibn Salul in relevance his mother, was a chief of the Arab tribe Banu Khazraj and one amongst the leading men of Medina. He was a...Read More

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In the Odyssey Teiresias is the person that warns Odysseus of the situation at home. Odysseus and his crew sail to the region of the men of winter and make a ritual sacrifice to Tiresias. When Tiresias does appear he tells Odyssues the Poseidon is looking for revenge for the blinding of his son...Read More

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Bobby Rocco. Bobby belongs to the fictional work, Penny from Heaven. This book was written by Jennifer Holm who is a widely acclaimed children’s book writer. Penny From heaven follows a tale of an eleven year old girl whose name is Barbara Falucci, also called Penny. Penny is her nickname...Read More

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Penelope told him to make the sacrifice. Penelope is the spouse of the major character, Odysseus. She solely has one son, Telemachus. Penelope is acclaimed for her fidelity to mythical beings whereas he was absent, despite having several suitors. Her name has historically been related to...Read More

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In Homer’s Odyssey Lampetia tells Hyperion, the sun-god that Odysseus’ men killed his cattle. Lampetia whose name means shining was the daughter of Helios and Neaera. She is the personification of light and has been tasked along with her sister by their mother to guard the sheep and...Read More

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In the 2nd book of Samuel Araunah offers to give king David oxen for burnt sacrifice and wood. Araunah was a Jebusite who owned the threshing floor on the summit of Mount Moriah. David purchased this site and used it as a site for assembling an alter to God. Later on in the first book of...Read More

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Albert Camus is the author of Fallen Phrase Two. Camus was a French philosopher, author, and journalist. His views actually contributed to the rise of the philosophy known as absurdism. This is a philosophy in which one is intentionally ridiculous or bizarre. Furthermore the absurdist believes...Read More

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