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Bezalel was the chief artisan of the Tabernacle, as described in the Book of Exodus.
Bezalel may also refer to:
- Bezalel Ashkenazi (ca. 1520 – ca. 1592), rabbi and talmudist in 16th century Ottoman Palestine
- Bezalel Narkiss (1926–2008), Israeli art historian
- Bezalel Rakow (1927 – 2003), Orthodox rabbi in Gateshead, England
- Bezalel ben Joel Ronsburg (1760 – 1820), Bohemian Talmudist and rabbi, dayan and head of the yeshiva in Prague
- Hezi Bezalel (born 1951), Israeli businessman
- Judah Loew ben Bezalel (1520 – 1609), rabbi also known as the Maharal of Prague
- Bezalel Smotrich (b. 1980), Israeli politician
- Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, an academic college of design and art located in Jerusalem, Israel
- Bezalel school, an art movement in Palestine in the late Ottoman and British Mandate periods
- Bezaliel, an angel mentioned in the Book of Enoch
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