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|King of Ammon|
|Reign||c. 590s–582 BCE|
|Predecessor||Possibly Amminadab II|
|Born||c. late 7th BCE|
|Father||Amminadab II (uncertain)|
Baalis (Hebrew: בַּעֲלִיס, Ba‘ălīs; Ammonite: 𐤁𐤏𐤋𐤉𐤔𐤏, B‘LYŠ‘) is the name given in the Book of Jeremiah for the king of Ammon. He instigated the murder of Gedaliah, the Babylonian-appointed Jewish governor of Jerusalem.