All forms of the word MULEK in the Text of the Book of Mormon, sorted by relevance.
And now, when the Lamanites saw this they were affrighted; and they abandoned their design in marching into the land northward, and retreated with all their army into the city of aMulek
, and sought protection in their fortifications.
And it came to pass that Teancum had received orders to make an attack upon the city of Mulek, and retake it if it were possible.
And it came to pass that Teancum made preparations to make an attack upon the city of Mulek, and march forth with his army against the Lamanites; but he saw that it was impossible that he could overpower them while they were in their fortifications; therefore he abandoned his designs and returned again to the city Bountiful, to wait for the coming of Moroni, that he might receive strength to his army.
And in the
commencement of the twenty and eighth year, Moroni and Teancum and many of the chief acaptains
held a council of war—what they should do to cause the Lamanites to come out against them to battle; or that they might by some means flatter them out of their strongholds, that they might gain advantage over them and take again the city of Mulek
And it came to pass they sent embassies to the army of the Lamanites, which protected the city of Mulek
, to their leader, whose name was Jacob, desiring him that he would come out with his armies to meet them upon the plains between the two cities. But behold, Jacob, who was a aZoramite
, would not come out with his army to meet them upon the plains.
Therefore he caused that Teancum should take a small number of men and march down near the seashore; and Moroni and his army, by night, marched in the wilderness, on the west of the city aMulek
; and thus, on the morrow, when the guards of the Lamanites had discovered Teancum, they ran and told it unto Jacob, their leader.
And thus Moroni had obtained possession of the city Mulek with a part of his army, while he marched with the remainder to meet the Lamanites when they should return from the pursuit of Teancum.
And now behold, when the chief captains of the Lamanites had beheld Lehi with his army coming against them, they fled in much confusion, lest perhaps they should not obtain the city Mulek before Lehi should overtake them; for they were wearied because of their march, and the men of Lehi were fresh.
Moroni being in their course of march, therefore Jacob was determined to slay them and cut his way through to the city of Mulek. But behold, Moroni and his men were more powerful; therefore they did not give way before the Lamanites.
went to the city of Mulek
with Lehi, and took command of the city and gave it unto Lehi. Now behold, this Lehi was a man who had been with Moroni in the more part of all his battles; and he was a man like unto Moroni, and they rejoiced in each other’s safety; yea, they were beloved by each other, and also beloved by all the people of Nephi.
And it came to pass that Moroni had thus gained a victory over one of the greatest of the armies of the Lamanites, and had obtained possession of the city of aMulek
, which was one of the strongest holds of the Lamanites in the land of Nephi; and thus he had also built a stronghold to retain his prisoners.
Now the land south was called aLehi
, and the land north was called bMulek
, which was after the cson
of Zedekiah; for the Lord did bring Mulek
into the land north, and Lehi into the land south.
Now there were not so many of the children of Nephi, or so many of those who were descendants of Nephi, as there were of the apeople
of Zarahemla, who was a descendant of bMulek
, and those who came with him into the wilderness.
And thus he went on, taking possession of amany
cities, the city of bNephihah
, and the city of cLehi
, and the city of dMorianton
, and the city of Omner, and the city of eGid
, and the city of fMulek
, all of which were on the east borders by the seashore.
And from thenceforth to the city of Gid; and from the city of Gid to the city of Mulek;
And now will you dispute that aJerusalem
was destroyed? Will ye say that the bsons
of Zedekiah were not slain, all except it were cMulek
? Yea, and do ye not behold that the seed of Zedekiah are with us, and they were driven out of the land of Jerusalem? But behold, this is not all—