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Abagtha is a Persian name having common roots with Bigtha (Esther 1:10), Bigthan (Esther 2:21), and Bigthana (Esther 6:2). The exact name is mentioned only in Esther 1:10. Abagtha was one of the seven chamberlains (probably eunuchs) who were commanded to bring Queen Vashti before King Ahasuerus (historically known as Xerxes) in 483BC [Reese]. These chamberlains acted as guardians of the royal harem and ministered before the king.

David Reagan

Daily Proverb

Proverbs 2:15

Whose ways are crooked, and they froward in their paths: