The "sheba" part of Bathsheba's name may be related to the sibatti, or The Seven Demons. These guys are bad news. One site I looked up had this to say about them:
Raging storms, evil gods are they, ruthless demons, who in heaven's vault were created, are they, workers of evil are they, they lift up the head to evil, every day to evil destruction to work.Of these sevenThe first is the South wind...The second is a dragon, whose mouth is opened... That none can measure.The third is a grim leopard, which carries off the young ...The fourth is a terrible Shibbu ...The fifth is a furious Wolf, who knoweth not to flee,The sixth is a rampant ... which marches against god and king.The seventh is a storm, an evil wind, which takes vengeance
A shibbu, I believe, is a weapon of some sort.
You can see these raging demons if you so desire. Just go outside (if you live in the northern hemisphere) and find Orion. He's usually pretty easy to spot with his three star belt. To the right of Orion you will see a patch of sky with no stars but in the middle a fuzzy patch of 6 to 7 stars visible, all clumped together. That is known to us as the Pleiades. To the Babylonians, however, it is The Seven Demons. See if you can see all seven.