The Cabiros was riding the waves like a dolphin; the Melkarth, now no longer in tow, and the Dagon were crowded with sail.
Ravallo has a lot of audiovisuals we made during the Dagon Operation.
Almost immediately there was a splash of oars, and the Dagon came alongside of us.
Would they contribute their money to build temples for Isis and Dagon?
He drew from his girdle a knife, cut the ribbon into three parts, and gave two of these with the amulets to Dagon and Rabsun.
Is there not reason to believe that the trick played by Dagon came from their hands?'
Next morning we started early for the spot where the Dagon and the Ashtoreth had been moored.
Is supposed to represent Oannes, Dagon, or some other fish god.
She suggests that Jonah simply went into the cell within the body of Dagon, the fish-god.
But Jonathan burned the temple of Dagon and those who fled into it.
god of the Philistines, from Hebrew Dagon, from dag "fish."
little fish; diminutive from dag = a fish, the fish-god; the national god of the Philistines (Judg. 16:23). This idol had the body of a fish with the head and hands of a man. It was an Assyrio-Babylonian deity, the worship of which was introduced among the Philistines through Chaldea. The most famous of the temples of Dagon were at Gaza (Judg. 16:23-30) and Ashdod (1 Sam. 5:1-7). (See FISH.)