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A delicate flower to be pressed between walls of stone.

Baka

Lilia

Lilia was a Hebrew slave who served as a “water girl.” A firstborn,[1] she was later forced to become the concubine of Dathan, a former chief Hebrew overseer and the newly appointed Governor of Goshen, after after the death of Baka.[2] She later married Joshua, the successor of Moses.

Behind the scenesEdit

Lilia was portrayed by actress Debra Paget in Cecil B. DeMille's The Ten Commandments (1956).

ReferencesEdit

  1. The Ten Commandments: "Lamb's Blood" (Chapter 37)
  2. The Ten Commandments: "Dathan's Bribe" (Chapter 20)