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Zidonian woman braves the vengeance of Jehovah, -- the Scotch woman dares the Powers of Darkness; the one is incited by the oracles of Baal, -- the other by the predictions of witches.
(2 Kings 23: 13; Vulg., "mount of offence"), the name given to a part of the Mount of Olives, so called because idol temples were there erected in the time of Solomon, temples to the Zidonian
The place was very secluded -- the soil rich in the abundance and variety of its produce, and the inhabitants, following the peaceful pursuits of agriculture, lived in their fertile and sequestered valley, according to the Zidonian style of ease and security, happy among themselves, and maintaining little or no communication with the rest of the world.
The notorious Jezebel was a daughter of the Zidonian king.
In 918, Omri left his crown to his son Ahab, who allied himself with the rich Phoenicians, and took the Zidonian princess
Jezebel, a Zidonian and a zealous idolater, being married to the King of Israel (Ahab) contrary to the
Melcarth, or claimed kindred with the Zidonian Jah. "[