A delicate flower to be pressed between walls of stone.



Lilia was a Hebrew slave who served as a “water girl.” A firstborn,[1] she was later forced to become the concubine of Dathan, a former chief Hebrew overseer and the newly appointed Governor of Goshen, after after the death of Baka.[2] She later married Joshua, the successor of Moses.

Behind the scenesEdit

Lilia was portrayed by actress Debra Paget in Cecil B. DeMille's The Ten Commandments (1956).


  1. The Ten Commandments: "Lamb's Blood" (Chapter 37)
  2. The Ten Commandments: "Dathan's Bribe" (Chapter 20)