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Abibaal (Phoenician: 饜饜饜饜饜饜,, romanized: 示ab墨yaba士al; Hebrew: 讗讘讬讘注诇, Modern: 示aviba士al, Tiberian: 示蓴bij'ba士al; both meaning "My father is Baal") was a king of Tyre in the 10th century BC, father of the famous Hiram I. The only information known about him is derived from two passages in Josephus's Against Apion, i.17 and i.18. All that is said in these passages is that he preceded his son Hiram on the throne of Tyre. Neither his length of reign nor his immediate predecessors are known. The dating of Abibaal is therefore dependent on the dates assigned to his son, and here it is only the date of Abibaal's death that can be determined, based on the information preserved in Josephus regarding the length of time between the founding of Carthage (or from Dido's flight from Tyre) until the

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  • Abibaal (Phoenician: 饜饜饜饜饜饜,, romanized: 示ab墨yaba士al; Hebrew: 讗讘讬讘注诇, Modern: 示aviba士al, Tiberian: 示蓴bij'ba士al; both meaning "My father is Baal") was a king of Tyre in the 10th century BC, father of the famous Hiram I. The only information known about him is derived from two passages in Josephus's Against Apion, i.17 and i.18. All that is said in these passages is that he preceded his son Hiram on the throne of Tyre. Neither his length of reign nor his immediate predecessors are known. The dating of Abibaal is therefore dependent on the dates assigned to his son, and here it is only the date of Abibaal's death that can be determined, based on the information preserved in Josephus regarding the length of time between the founding of Carthage (or from Dido's flight from Tyre) until the
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  • Abibaal (Phoenician: 饜饜饜饜饜饜,, romanized: 示ab墨yaba士al; Hebrew: 讗讘讬讘注诇, Modern: 示aviba士al, Tiberian: 示蓴bij'ba士al; both meaning "My father is Baal") was a king of Tyre in the 10th century BC, father of the famous Hiram I. The only information known about him is derived from two passages in Josephus's Against Apion, i.17 and i.18. All that is said in these passages is that he preceded his son Hiram on the throne of Tyre. Neither his length of reign nor his immediate predecessors are known. The dating of Abibaal is therefore dependent on the dates assigned to his son, and here it is only the date of Abibaal's death that can be determined, based on the information preserved in Josephus regarding the length of time between the founding of Carthage (or from Dido's flight from Tyre) until the first year of Hiram. See the Hiram I article for details on the determination of this date.
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