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  1. Methuselah is a large bottle holding six liters or the equivalent of eight regular bottles. (Web site)
  2. Methuselah was followed by Saint Joan (1923), which is generally conceded to be one of his better works. (Web site)
  3. Methuselah was alive when the Flood began and when it ended, if the Bible record is true: 1.
  4. Back to Methuselah (A Metabiological Pentateuch) is a 1921 series of five plays and a preface by George Bernard Shaw. (Web site)
  5. Back to Methuselah is one of his later and well-regarded works.


  1. The same names are used for bottles containing wine and port; however Jeroboam, Rehoboam and Methuselah refer to different bottle volumes.

Hebrew Language

  1. Methuselah would speak the Hebrew language that Adam spoke, with whom he shared 243 years of his life.


  1. From the birth of Methuselah to the death of Noah was (187 plus 182 plus 950 years) 1319 years.
  2. The majority of LXX manuscripts give 167 as the age of Methuselah at the birth of his son, Lamech (the Hebrew reads 187 - Gen. (Web site)


  1. Or 3000? Well, this is the problem examined by Bernard Shaw in his Back to Methuselah.

Great Age

  1. This reference is somewhat counterintuitive, as progeria causes rapid aging and death, while Methuselah was known for living to a very great age.


  1. Back to Methuselah (A Metabiological Pentateuch) is a 1921 series of five plays and a preface by G. Bernard Shaw.


  1. Methuselah did not die until a year or more after the Flood -- fourteen years after according to the Septuagint.

Great Flood

  1. Methuselah became a father at the age of 187, lived to be 969 and died the day the Great Flood appeared.


  1. Methuselah - A bottle, 6 liters in capacity, typically used for sparkling wine.


  1. METHUSELAH: An extra-large bottle holding 6 liters; the equivalent of eight standard bottles. (Web site)
  2. Methuselah A large bottle holding six litres, the equivalent of eight regular wine bottles. (Web site)


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