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Bithiah

(bĭthī`ə), in the Bible, a Pharaoh's daughter, wife of a Judahite.
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In an investigation into the deaths of three students of Queens' College-Vivian Osuinyi, Bithia Itulua and Praise Sodipo - between February and March - a history of rot, negligence, corruption and regulation was unearthed about the management of the school.
This information leads Moses to a confrontation with Ramses; his adoptive mother, Bithia (Hiam Abbass); and Miriam (Tara Fitzgerald) that leads Moses back to Nun, who explains more.
Rich tributes were paid to women from Abrahamic traditions such as Lady Mary from Christianity and Bithia from Jewish traditions.
We also made it to beaches to the west of our base and found our favourite was Cala Cipolla, half a mile from the old town of Chia, where you can see the ruins of Bithia - an important city in around 900BC.
The French painter Nicolas Poussin (1594-1665) completed at least 19 different works on the subject of the including three of the Jewish lawgiver's discovery as a baby by the pharaoh's daughter, Bithia.
(31) Yael Feldman characterizes Eshkhar as "a sort of a socially demoted double, almost a parody of Moses himself: he was saved at birth by a five-year-old Hebrew girl, Baita--obviously the author's pun on Bithia, the midrashic name for the Egyptian princess who saved Moses--a fact that naturally determines the different course his life would take.
(32) As Pharaoh's daughter Bithia adopted Moses, so Baita in the novella adopted Eshkhar.
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