Bithiah


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Bithiah

(bĭthī`ə), in the Bible, a Pharaoh's daughter, wife of a Judahite.
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In the subsequent Passover scene, Moses is again referred to as "God's Messenger." Bithiah, Moses' Egyptian foster-mother has come to him seeking refuge, and sits beside Mered at the Seder table:
Bithiah: There is a great light that shines from your face, Moses.
In the Islamic tradition, Bithiah is known by the name Asiyah, and is revered for her faith in the one God (Qur'an 66.11).
It stars Christian Bale (Moses), Aaron Paul (Joshua), Joel Edgerton (Ramesses II), Sigourney Weaver (Tuya), John Turturro (Seti I), Ben Kingsley (Nun), Ben Mendelsohn (Hegep), Maria Valverde (Zipporah), Issac Andrews (Malak), Indira Varma (High Priestess), Anton Alexander (Dathan), Hiam Abbass (Bithiah), Golshifteh Farahani (Nefertari), Kevork Malikyan (Jethro), Dar Salim (Khyan), Andrew Tarbet (Aaron) and Tara Fitzgerald (Miriam).
The final example features Bithiah, a wealthy collector of art and
The store owner then told Bithiah: "Of course, if he does
decide to buy it, I'll give you back your $5000." When Bithiah
"Those who work in the field are well aware of the value of public health, but we don't always do a great job of sharing that message with the public," said Bithiah Lafontant, MPH, APHA's communications specialist.
According to I Chronicles 4:14, "Bithiah the daughter of Pharaoh," believed to be Moses' Egyptian "mother," also became an Israelite.
Other mixed marriages reported without censure from the tribe of Judah include Judah himself with Bath-shua, a Canaanite (1 Chr 2:3); Jether the Ishmaelite with Abigail the sister of David (1 Chr 2:17); David with Maacah the daughter of Talmai king of Geshur (1 Chr 3:2); a Judahite Mered with Bithiah the daughter of Pharaoh (1 Chr 4:18); (8) and some of the descendants of Judah's son Shelah with Moabites (1 Chr 4:22).
* Bithiah Lafontant, MPH, communications specialist;