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Isaiah (Biblical prophet)

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Personal name headingIsaiah (Biblical prophet)
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Variant(s)Ashʻayā (Biblical prophet)
Ēsaia (Biblical prophet)
Ēsaias (Biblical prophet)
Isaiah, the Prophet
Isaīi︠a︡ (Biblical prophet)
Ishaʻayā (Biblical prophet)
Ishaʻyā (Biblical prophet)
Jesaja (Biblical prophet)
Yeshaʻyahu (Biblical prophet)
ʼΗσαΐας (Biblical prophet)
ישעיהו (Biblical prophet)
إشعيا (Biblical prophet)
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
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Found inEncyc. Brit., 15th ed. (Isaiah, Hebrew Yeshaʻyahu, fl. 8th cent. B.C., prophet after whom biblical book of Isaiah is named)
Encyc. Am. (Isaiah (Hebrew prophet))
Collier's encyc. (Isaiah (prophet))
Apostasia kai katastrophē tēs gēs, kata ton Prophētēn Ēsaia, 1988.
Brokgaus. Ėnt︠s︡ikl. slovarʹ: v. 13, p. 362 (Isaīi︠a︡; biblical prophet)
Wikipedia, Apr. 29, 2008 (Isaiah (Hebrew: ישעיהו = Yeshaʻyahu; Greek: ʼΗσαΐας = Ēsaias; "Salvation of/is YHWH") is the main figure in the Biblical Book of Isaiah, and is traditionally considered to be its author. He was an 8th-century BC Judean prophet)
OCLC, June 1, 2009 (romanized form found in records varies: إشعيا = Ishaʻyā; إشعيا = Ishaʻayā; أشعيا = Ashʻayā)