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- Methuselah is a large bottle holding six liters or the equivalent of eight regular bottles.
- Methuselah was followed by Saint Joan (1923), which is generally conceded to be one of his better works.
- Methuselah was alive when the Flood began and when it ended, if the Bible record is true: 1.
- Back to Methuselah (A Metabiological Pentateuch) is a 1921 series of five plays and a preface by George Bernard Shaw.
- Back to Methuselah is one of his later and well-regarded works.
- The same names are used for bottles containing wine and port; however Jeroboam, Rehoboam and Methuselah refer to different bottle volumes.
- Methuselah would speak the Hebrew language that Adam spoke, with whom he shared 243 years of his life.
- From the birth of Methuselah to the death of Noah was (187 plus 182 plus 950 years) 1319 years.
- The majority of LXX manuscripts give 167 as the age of Methuselah at the birth of his son, Lamech (the Hebrew reads 187 - Gen.
- Or 3000? Well, this is the problem examined by Bernard Shaw in his Back to Methuselah.
- This reference is somewhat counterintuitive, as progeria causes rapid aging and death, while Methuselah was known for living to a very great age.
- Back to Methuselah (A Metabiological Pentateuch) is a 1921 series of five plays and a preface by G. Bernard Shaw.
- Methuselah did not die until a year or more after the Flood -- fourteen years after according to the Septuagint.
- Methuselah became a father at the age of 187, lived to be 969 and died the day the Great Flood appeared.
- Methuselah - A bottle, 6 liters in capacity, typically used for sparkling wine.
- METHUSELAH: An extra-large bottle holding 6 liters; the equivalent of eight standard bottles.
- Methuselah A large bottle holding six litres, the equivalent of eight regular wine bottles.
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