Tubal-cain


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Tubal-cain

(ˈtjuːbəlˌkeɪn)
n
(Bible) Old Testament a son of Lamech, said in Genesis 4:22 to be the first artificer of metals
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There is another possibility, that Dammesek Eliezer is a nickname, or a double-barreled personal name, such as Tubal-Cain (Gen.
The latter name appears only 5 times in the entire Bible: once as a toponym among other towns of Judah in Joshua 15:41, thrice as the name of an Ammonite mother of King Rehoboam in 1 Kings 14:21,31 and 1 Chronicles 12:13 and once in the genealogy of Cain as the name of Tubal-Cain's sister in Genesis 4:22.
the film version, Tubal-Cain (Ray Winstone), a decedent of Adam's
But Tubal-cain (Ray Winstone), a bad apple in his family, stumbles upon the ark and threatens to storm the vessel to escape the Creator's wrath, instigating a fight to the death between the two men.
Tubal-cain (Ray Winstone), a bad apple from the other branch of the family tree, stumbles upon the ark and threatens to storm the vessel to escape the Creator's wrath, instigating a fight to the death between the two men.
Tubal-cain (Ray Winstone), a bad apple from the other branch of the family tree, threatens to storm the ark to escape the Creator's wrath, instigating a fight to the death between the two men.
All those relatives have vanished here, including Lamech (pronounced for some reason Lamech), who is murdered early on by the wicked Tubal-cain. Genesis 4.22 simply reports that Tubal-cain was "an instructor of eveiy artificer in brass and iron"; but Aronofsky makes him the leader of a brutal gang of miners, tearing up the bowels of the earth in their quest for a mysterious goldlike metal called zohar.
When Tubal-cain (Ray Winstone), a bad apple from the other branch of the family tree, stumbles upon the ark, he threatens to storm the vessel to escape the Creator's wrath.
It's big enough to house two of every creature but as the animals snuggle down aboard, Noah is attacked by an army - led by his evil distant cousin, the bloodthirsty Tubal-cain (Winstone).