The object of the law is to keep men away from the erroneous views of the sabeans, which were prevalent in those days.
These poor sabeans did even what he does,—in their own fashion.
And the sabeans rushed in, and took all away, and slew the servants with the sword; and I alone have escaped to tell thee.
He began by attacking Job's property, which the sabeans carry off.
She belonged to that southern branch of the family known as the sabeans.
Some think that the sabeans from Arabia worked these about 3,000 years ago.
Abraham grew up among the sabeans, who were star worshippers and believers in the eternity of the world.
The sabeans believed that the worship of the stars helps in the cultivation of the ground to make it fruitful.
The sabeans had taken away the oxen and the asses, and slain the servants with the edge of the sword.
Cannot we understand how these men worshipped Canopus; became what we call sabeans, worshipping the stars?
inhabitant of the region of Arabia now known as Yemen, from Latin Sabaeus, from Greek Sabaios "the people of Saba," the region's capital city, from Arabic Saba'. In ancient times it was an important transit point for spices, perfumes, precious stones, etc., imported to Europe from India.
descendants of Seba (Gen. 10:7); Africans (Isa. 43:3). They were "men of stature," and engaged in merchandise (Isa. 45:14). Their conversion to the Lord was predicted (Ps. 72:10). This word, in Ezek. 23:42, should be read, as in the margin of the Authorized Version, and in the Revised Version, "drunkards." Another tribe, apparently given to war, is mentioned in Job 1:15.