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A Sermon Delivered at Southborough, July 17, 1827 : The Day Which Completed a Century From

By: Jeroboam Parker
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The Historical Bible : Volume 3

By: Kent, Charles Foster, 1867-1925

...'s Fatal Policy.—III. The Underlying Causes of the Division.—IV. Events of Jeroboam's Reign. —V. Jeroboam's Religious Policy.—VI. Character of Jeroboa... ...ssion by the Arameans.—VII. The Revival of Northern Israel under Joash and Jeroboam. § LXVI. Amos's Arraignment of Northern Israel. . . 53 Am. 13-8- U... ...-16 (gt Q T in. §§ 2. 3). I. Political Conditions in Northern Israel under Jeroboam II.—II. Society and Religion in Israel. —Ill, Date of Amos's Appea... ...OF NORTHERN ISRAEL § LXI. THE DIVISION OF THE HEBREW EMPIRE Now as soon as Jeroboam the son of Nebat heard [that i.jero- Solomon was dead]—for he was ... ...ehovah to confirm his word, which Jehovah spoke by Ahijah the Shilonite to Jeroboam the son of Nebat. 6. Re- And when all Israel saw that the king gav... ...of David to the present day. 7. Eiec- And as soon as all Israel heard that Jeroboam had re- j^ro-°^ turned, they sent and called him to the assembly o... ...mained (20. 25) loyal to the house of David except the tribe of Judah. And Jeroboam fortified Shechem in the hill country of Ephraim, and dwelt there.... ... there. Afterwards he went out from there and fortified Penuel. 8.Es- Then Jeroboam said to himself, Now the sovereignty will ment revert to the house... ...p- from among all the people, who were not of the sons of gfeSt' Levi. And Jeroboam ordained a feast in the eighth month, of.^^^ on the fifteenth day ...

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Jeroboam

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... Illustration of Jeroboam setting up two golden calves, Bible Historiale, 1372. ... ... Jeroboam I · Nadab Baasha&... ... Jehu · Jehoahaz · Joash/Jehoash · Jeroboam II · Zechariah Sh... ... Jeroboam (Hebrew: יָרָבְעָם yarobh`am; Greek: Ἱεροβοάμ Hieroboam) was the ... ...ainst Rehoboam that put an end to the United Monarchy. Jeroboam reigned for 22 years. William F. Albright has dated his reign from... ... Etymology The name Jeroboam יָרָבְעָם is commonly held to have been derived from riyb רִיב and... ...Hieroboam (Ἱεροβοάμ).[2] Background Jeroboam was the son of Nebat (Douay-Rheims: Nabat), a member of the Tribe ... ... the tribes withdrew their allegiance to the house of David and proclaimed Jeroboam their king, only the tribes of Judah and Benjamin remaining faithf... ...ngs of Israel. According to 1 Kings 13:1–6, while Jeroboam was engaged in offering incense at Bethel, a "man of God" warned h...

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A Sermon Delivered at Southborough, July 17, 1827 : The Day Which Completed a Century from the Incorporation of the Town

By: Parker, Jeroboam

...HE DAV -WHICH COMPZ.ETZ!D A CEMrTURir FROM THE INCORPORATION OF THE TOWN. By JEROBOAM PARKER, MINISTER OF SOUTHBOROUGH. [printed by REQUEST.] The fash...

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Some Religious Origins of the Hebrews

By: Meek, Theophile James, B. 1881

...-e Patriarchs. p. 22). In Dcut. 33 :S-11, written piobably in the reign of Jeroboam II when the Levites had all but won religious ascendency in both n... ...ces into disrepute, the story was brought into conjunction with the act of Jeroboam I (I Kings 12:28-33) in re-estabhshing the bull cult after its par... ...he death of Solomon and the secession of the north under the leadership of Jeroboam I^ all the long and tedious work of Le- vites, prophets, and kings... ...mpted conversion of the north to Yahwism seemed undone by a single stroke. Jeroboam broke with the south religiously as well as politically,^ and re-e... ... the new (Amos 7: 14 f.). With the revival of bull worship in the north by Jeroboam I, Yahwism was dealt a serious but not a fatal blow. Not all the p...

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Jeroboam II

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... Jeroboam I · Nadab Baasha&... ... Jehu · Jehoahaz · Joash/Jehoash · Jeroboam II · Zechariah Sh... ... Jeroboam II from "Promptuarii Iconum Insigniorum " J... ... Jeroboam II (Hebrew: ירבעם השני or יָרָבְעָם‎; Greek: Ιεροβοάμ; Latin: Jeroboam) was the son and successor of Jehoash, (alternatively spelled Joas... ...vating the royal palace at Samaria, which were later dated to the reign of Jeroboam II and mention regnal years extending from the ninth to the 17th o... ...e internal fruits of these external triumphs.[2] Under Jeroboam II, HaShem was worshiped at Dan and Beth-el and at other old Israe... ...grading, contributed still further to arousing of the prophetic spirit.[2] Jeroboam's reign was the period of the prophets Hosea, Joel, Jonah and Amos... ...d] sing idle songs..." The book of Kings, written a century later condemns Jeroboam for doing "evil in the eyes of the Lord", meaning both the oppress... ...e had occurred in Israel c. 760 BC, which may have been during the time of Jeroboam II, towards the end of his rule. This earthquake is mentioned in t...

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A sermon delivered at Southborough, July 17, 1827 : the day which completed a century from the incorporation of the town

By: Parker, Jeroboam
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The Baptists in Error : A Dialogue between a Clergyman and a Parishioner on the Subject of Infant Baptism : Talbot Collection of British Pamphlets

By: Lee, T. J. (Thomas Jones), 1822-1875

...e visible Church, and of creating other chm'ches, and other ministries, as Jeroboam actually did to the hurt of himself and his subjects ;§ * Ps. xsi.... ...Who can read these verses without being struck with the similarity between Jeroboam's priests and those whom, in our day, Protestant Dissent often sen... ...n the lowest place, " is it not as true of Protestant Dissent as it was of Jeroboam, that it makes " of the lowest of the people priests of the high p...

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Nadab of Israel

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The World English Bible : Amos

...ng Israel in the days of Uzziah king of Judah, and in the days of Jeroboam the son of Joash king of Israel, two years before the ear... ...f Israel will be laid waste; and I will rise against the house of Jeroboam with the sword." 007:010 Then Amaziah the priest of Bethel sent t... ...roboam with the sword." 007:010 Then Amaziah the priest of Bethel sent to Jeroboam king of Israel, saying, "Amos has conspired against you i... ... land is not able to bear all his words. 007:011 For Amos says, 'Jeroboam will die by the sword, and Israel shall surely be led awa...

...1:001. The words of Amos, who was among the herdsmen of Tekoa, which he saw concerning Israel in the days of Uzziah king of Judah, and in the days of Jeroboam the son of Joash king of Israel, two years before the earthquake. 001:002 He said: ?Yahweh will roar from Zion, and utter his voice from Jerusalem; and the pastures of the shepherds will mourn....

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Bible History : Geography of the Bible : Archaeology of the Bible

By: Green, William Henry, 1825-1900

...ion of the kingdom. Ten tribes rebelled against the house of David and chose Jeroboam king, so that from this time for- ward there were the two rival,... ... 721. Twenty persons in all sat upon the throne, or were aspirants to it. 1. Jeroboam I., the son of Nebat, who reigned twenty- tv/o years ; 2. his so... ..., Jehoahaz, seventeen years; 13. his son, Joash, sixteen years; 14. his son, Jeroboam II., forty-one years; 15. his son, Zachariah, six months ; 16. c... ...ars. There seems also to have been an interregnum or period of anarchy after Jeroboam II., and another after Pekah. Eight kings reached the throne by ... ... X. 30. All these kings were wicked, follow- ing as they did in the track of Jeroboam, the son of Nebat, who made Israel to sin by establishing the wo... ...nd Gilgal. The prophets Hosea, Amos and Jonah were raised up in the reign of Jeroboam II., under whom the ten tribes reached their highest prosperity ... ...Josh. xxi. This partition among the tribes was, at the time of the Bchism of Jeroboam, superseded by another, or rather a GEOGRAPHY OF THE BIBLE. 165... ...f the golden calves was set up here and at Dan, in the north of the land, by Jeroboam (1 Kings xii. 28, 29) ; the idolatry of Bethel was finally aboli... ...xi. 21. Here Joshua delivered his last address to the people. Josh. xxiv. 1. Jeroboam made it his residence after the schism. 1 Kings xii. 25. In John...

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Pekahiah

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...ISBN 0-8254-3825-X, 9780825438257. p 217 Pekahiah continued the practices of Jeroboam, which are called the sins of Jeroboam. After a reign of two...

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THE BOOKOF AMOS

By: Various

...concerning Israel in the days of Uzziah king of Judah, and in the days of Jeroboam the son of Joash king of Israel, two years before the earthquake.... ...aries of Israel shall be laid waste; and I will rise against the house of Jeroboam with the sword. 10 Then Amaziah the priest of Bethel sent to Jerob... ...rael: the land is not able to bear all his words. 11 For thus Amos saith, Jeroboam shall die by the sword, and Israel shall surely be led away capti...

...pter 1. The words of Amos, who was among the herdmen of Tekoa, which he saw concerning Israel in the days of Uzziah king of Judah, and in the days of Jeroboam the son of Joash king of Israel, two years before the earthquake -- 2. And he said, The LORD will roar from Zion, and utter his voice from Jerusalem; and the habitations of the shepherds shall mourn, and the top of C...

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The Pulpit Commentary

By: Spence Jones, Henry Donald Maurice, 1836-1917

... that led to the overthrow were plain and open to his clear insight. Under Jeroboam II. Israel had been prosperous and successful, as she had never be... ... in their train. Impiety, luxury,profligacy, everywhere abounded; and when Jeroboam died, and the strong hand which had checked the open turbulence an... ...o hare askedfrom the Lord. To these consequences the schism inangnrated by Jeroboam the son of Nebat had inevitably led. And, though this separation w... ...k, the first part (ch. i.—iii.) plainly was written during the lifetime of Jeroboam, and the rest of the book falls into the lateryears of-anarchyand ... ... of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Jndah, and in the days of Jeroboam, the son of Joash, King of Israel." The statement seems to be plai... ...med in the title. A limitation is added by the introduction of the name of Jeroboam II., who reigned from B.C. 790 to B.O. 749 ; so that we may conclu... ...his office during some part of Usziah's reign wliioh was contemporary with Jeroboam, or about B.a 755,which was THE BOOK OP HOSEA. om« rix yean befor... ...encement of his prophetical office. He could not have prophesied longunder Jeroboam. The long and prosperous reign of that king, when the fortunes of ... ...ions seem rather to belong to an interregnum that followed on the death of Jeroboam, or to the time of his successors in the kingdom. The first portio...

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Kings of Israel and Judah family tree

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... Jeroboam I ... ... Jehoash Jeroboam II ...

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Bible (ASV) 30: Amos

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...he first biblical prophet whose words were recorded in a book, an older contemporary of Hoseah and Isaiah. He was active c 750 BC during the reign of Jeroboam II. He lived and prophesied in the southern kingdom of Judah. His major themes of social justice, God's omnipotence, and divine judgment became staples of prophecy....

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The Works of Flavius Josephus : Comprising the Antiquities of the Jews, A History of the Jewish Wars, And, Life of Flavius Josephus, Written by Himself

By: Josephus, Flavius; Whiston, William, 1667-1752

...75 270 Chap. VIII. Kehoboam ascends the throne—Ten Tribes revolt, and make Jeroboam king. B. C. 973 2G3 Chap. IX. False prophets. B. 0. 976 2U3 Chop. ... ... Rehoboam. B.C. 971-058 206 Chap. XI. Defeat ofJeroboam by Abijam—Death of Jeroboam, and extirpation ofhis whole race 268 Chap. XII. Destruction of th... ...s war against Joash—ia defeated and slain—Uzziah succeeds htm 296 Chap. X. Jeroboam II. reigns over Israel—Death of Jerol-ioam—his sou siicccds him—Uz... ...Solomon increases in wealth—becomes addicted » women—rebellion of Ader and Jeroboam- death of Solomon. B. C. 984^975. About the same time there were b... ...ere was also one of Solomon's own nation that made an attempt against him, Jeroboam, the son of Nebat, who had an expectation of rising, from a prophe... ...erson present, he rent the trarment he had on into twelve pieces, and bade Jeroboam take ton of them ; and told him beforehand, that "this is the will... ..., namely, to be as greatly exalted as thou knowest David to have been." So Jeroboam was elevated by these words of the prophet; and being a young man,... ...d his inten- tion and treachery, he sought to catch him and kill him ; but Jeroboam was informed of it beforehand, and fled to Shishak, the king of Eg... ... 24. CHAPTER VIII. Rehoboam ascends the throne—Ten Trile.i revolt and make Jeroboam king. B. C. 976. Now when Solomon was dead, and hie son Rehoboam (...

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Iddo (prophet)

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... rather prolific in his day, with his prophecies concerning the rival King Jeroboam I of Israel recorded in a lost book of visions (see 2 Chronic... ..."man of God" from I Kings 13:1. Iddo, on account of his prophecies against Jeroboam, has been identified by Josephus ("Ant." viii. 8, § 5) and Jerome ... ... Hebraicæ," to 2 Chron. 12:15) with the prophet who denounced the altar of Jeroboam and who was afterward killed by a lion (I Kings xiii). Jerome iden...

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The Bible, Douay-Rheims, Book 17 : Tobias the Challoner Revision

...thing in his work. 1:5. Moreover when all went to the golden calves which Jeroboam king of Israel had made, he alone fled the company of all, 1...

...en he was younger than any of the tribe of Nephtali, yet did he no childish thing in his work. 1:5. Moreover when all went to the golden calves which Jeroboam king of Israel had made, he alone fled the company of all....

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The Chief Recensions of the Book of Tobit

By: Simpson, David Capell, 1883

...on of David. Somewhat similarly national pride led to the sup- pression of Jeroboam's name and ofhis acts ofsacrilegious idolatry, since otherwise the...

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900s BC (decade)

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...comes King of the Zhou Dynasty of China. 909 BC — Jeroboam, the first king of the northern Hebrew kingdom of Israel, dies and... ...Zhou xiao wang, King of the Zhou Dynasty of China Jeroboam, the first king of the northern Hebrew kingdom of Israel ...

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THE BOOKOF HOSEA

By: Various

... of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah, and in the days of Jeroboam the son of Joash, king of Israel. 2 The beginning of the word of t...

...1. The word of the LORD that came unto Hosea, the son of Beeri, in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah, and in the days of Jeroboam the son of Joash, king of Israel -- 2. The beginning of the word of the LORD by Hosea. And the LORD said to Hosea, Go, take unto thee a wife of whoredoms and children of whoredoms: for the land hath committed great w...

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Popular History of the Jews : Volume 2

By: Graetz, Heinrich, 1817-1891; Rhine, Abraham Benedict, 1876, Translator; Raisin, Max, 1881-1957; Harkavy, Alexander, 1863-1939, Editor

...udah, in the sense in which the term is here employed, after the schism of Jeroboam I. And indeed there was no real " brotherhood " in the reigns of J... ... schism of Israel and Judah in the THE PROPHECIES OF ZECHAKIAH 25 days of Jeroboam, to the captivity of Israel in 722 B. C, or to a later rupture whi... ...to explain Zech. 9, with Hitzig-Steiner (p. 370), in terms of the reign of Jeroboam 11. (c/. 2 Kgs. 14:28). THE PROPHECIES OF ZECHAKIAH 33 (c) Zech. ...

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List of state leaders in 910s BC

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... ! Type ! Name ! Title ! Royal house ! From ! To ! Refs Sovereign Jeroboam King Jeroboam 931 BC or 922 BC 911 BC or 910 BC or 909 ... ... 911 BC or 910 BC or 909 BC or 901 BC Sovereign Nadab King Jeroboam 911 BC or 910 BC or 909 BC or 901 BC 910 BC or 909 BC or 908 B...

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Dying Saved in Infancy Are Any Dying Babies Lost?

By: Dr. Francis Nigel Lee

...ess to God s love Rev. Prof. Dr. Delitzsch & Rev. J. Kok on the miscarried Jeroboam s son Abijah and children saved by Elijah & Elisha Jonah s little ... ...erian Doctrine of Children in the Covenant Rev. Dr. D.J. De Groot: ungodly Jeroboam' s dying child was saved Rev. Professor Dr. J. Oliver Buswell Jr. ... ...kites. We shall next note the "good thing" in Abijah the son of the wicked Jeroboam; the children © saved© by Elijah and Elisha; the little Ninevites ... ...estlessness increases, the older he gets.... Job 3:11-17 & Job 10:18-19f." Jeroboam© s son Abijah - and the children saved by Elijah and Elisha Perhap... ...ting of all is the very important case of Abijah, the child of wicked King Jeroboam. He only of Jeroboam© s household enjoyed a decent burial - "becau... ...ere is found some good thing toward the Lord God of Israel in the house of Jeroboam." Clearly, this child of an ungodly parent - in order to be the re... ...walked in the ways of David his [fore-]father." 89 As in the prior case of Jeroboam, this yet again shows how ungodly parents -- may nevertheless fath... ... also cases of very godly children being born even to ungodly parents like Jeroboam and Manasseh - and also to apostates in the time of Ezekiel (16:20...

...stes 4:2 to 11:5 Professor Franz Delitzsch's Biblical Psychology: fetal access to God's love Rev. Prof. Dr. Delitzsch & Rev. J. Kok on the miscarried Jeroboam's son Abijah and children saved by Elijah & Elisha Jonah's little Ninevites and Isaiah's prophecies re babies The innocents in the prophecies of Jeremiah Ezekiel on God's tiny children born to ungodly parents Does th...

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Faith and Thought : Journal of the Victoria Institute

By: Victoria Institute (Great Britain)

... if that is the case, if the Pentateuch 88 a whole existed in th~ time of Jeroboam, the consequences are very far-reaching. Three hundred years befo... ...AT.UCH. 201 reason why the Samaritan text should not have come down from Jeroboam's days, except that he does not believe there was any Pentateuch ... ...thing "'as true of the Ten Tribes and the Two. No time can be nauled from Jeroboam's days when the Law has not been in the l{eeping of hostile natio... ...lIARITAN PBNTATBUCH. all over Canaan; others would come into the hands of Jeroboam's priests and be the Israelitish recension of our (Jewish) Pentat... ...ls to those of E~ypt, the first Pharaoh we meet with is Shishak; to whom Jeroboam fled in the time of Solomon, 1 Kings xi, 40, and who came up agai... ... , B.c. I Judah. Israel. Egypt. .Assyria. i 978 ShiRbak. 961 Rehoboam Jeroboam dies 957. 946 Abijah. 944 Asa Zerah : cotem. 902 Abab. 885 Sha... ...Reign. B.c. B.c. I Reign. Israel Temple 37 999 Rehoboam 17 962 962 22 Jeroboam. Abijah 3 945 18 AM 41 942 i.c. 2 940 2 Nadab. 3 938 24.c. Baa... ...860 7 23 838 17 Jehoahaz. t37 821 i6 Joash. Amaziah 29 820 2 15 805 41 Jeroboam. Azariah [32] 791 t27 t38 764 0,6 Zechariah. t52 763 20 Pekah. ... ...o Israel all the days of Solomon; his son J abrimon was contemporary with Jeroboam, and his son Bellha.dad with Baasha. Then comes a King of unknown...

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List of state leaders in 900s BC

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... ! Type ! Name ! Title ! Royal house ! From ! To ! Refs Sovereign Jeroboam King Jeroboam 931 BC or 922 BC 911 BC or 910 BC or 909 ... ... 911 BC or 910 BC or 909 BC or 901 BC Sovereign Nadab King Jeroboam 911 BC or 910 BC or 909 BC or 901 BC 910 BC or 909 BC or 908 B...

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The Bible, King James Version, Book 30 : Amos

...g Israel in the days of Uzziah king of Judah, and in the days of Jeroboam the son of Joash king of Israel, two years before th... ...Israel shall be laid waste; and I will rise against the house of Jeroboam with the sword. 30:007:010 Then Amaziah the priest of Bethel ... ...boam with the sword. 30:007:010 Then Amaziah the priest of Bethel sent to Jeroboam king of Israel, saying, Amos hath conspired against ... ...t able to bear all his words. 30:007:011 For thus Amos saith, Jeroboam shall die by the sword, and Israel shall surely be l...

...01:001. The words of Amos, who was among the herdmen of Tekoa, which he saw concerning Israel in the days of Uzziah king of Judah, and in the days of Jeroboam the son of Joash king of Israel, two years before the earthquake. 30:001:002 and he said, The LORD will roar from Zion, and utter his voice from Jerusalem; and the habitations of the shepherds shall mourn, and the to...

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The Book of Jonah : Is It Fact or Fiction

By: Chambers, Talbot Wilson, 1819-1896

...be- cause it indicated the divine hand in the l^rosperous reign of the great Jeroboam II., and he omitted to mention the prophet's expedition to Ninev...

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Zechariah of Israel

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...ord"; ) was a king of the northern Israelite Kingdom of Israel, and son of Jeroboam II . Zechariah became king of Israel in Samaria in the thir... ...rd. Example: "In the fifteenth year of Amaziah the son of Joash king of Judah, Jeroboam the son of Joash king of Israel BEGAN to reign in Samaria". 2 ...

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The World English Bible : Hosea

...h, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah, and in the days of Jeroboam the son of Joash, king of Israel. 001:002 When Yahweh sp...

...01:001. The word of Yahweh that came to Hosea the son of Beeri, in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah, and in the days of Jeroboam the son of Joash, king of Israel. 001:002 When Yahweh spoke at the first by Hosea, Yahweh said to Hosea, ?Go, take for yourself a wife of prostitution and children of unfaithfulness; for the land commits great adulte...

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Aids to Scripture Study

By: Gardiner, Frederic, 1822-1889

... part of Solomon's reign Pharaoh not only gave asylum to his ene- mies, as Jeroboam (1 Kings xi. 40) and Hadad (ih. 18), but even contracted a close a... ... which, according to the partition of the king- dom, should have fallen to Jeroboam. " An ex- amination, however, of these names shows that the cities... ...al towns acknowledging his sovereignty, and maintaining themselves against Jeroboam, who probably called in Shishak mainly to assist him in compelling... ...ns of Megiddo and Beth-shan were taken, probably by the combined forces of Jeroboam and Shi- shak, and were added to the dominions of the former. Shis... ...oam, 197 ; first king of the twenty-first dynasty, 198 ; his alliance with Jeroboam, 198. Slavery, under old dispensation, 45. Sodom, the destruction ...

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Alcohol measurements

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...5 L 2 Double Magnum 101.6 3 L 4 Bordeaux region Jeroboam 101.6 3 L 4 Champagne region Jeroboam 152.4 ...

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Prophets and Kings

By: Ellen G. White

...SE 10 SOLOMON, WHOSE WISDOM DID NOT KEEP HIM FROM TRANSGRESSION; JEROBOAM, THE SELF-SERVING MAN OF POLICY, AND THE EVIL RESULTS WHICH FOLLOW... ...Rending of the Kingdom ..................................... 87 7. Jeroboam ....................................................... 99 ... ... . captain over a band," who "abhorred Israel, and reigned over Syria. And Jeroboam, . . . Solomon's servant," "a mighty man of valor," "even he lifte... ... Israel come to make him king." 2 Chronicles 10:1. Among those present was Jeroboam the son of Nebat --the same Jeroboam who during Solomon's reign ha... ...." I Kings 11:28, 31. The Lord through His messenger had spoken plainly to Jeroboam regarding the necessity of dividing the kingdom. This division mus... ...e eyes, and to keep My statutes and My judgments, as did David." Verse 33. Jeroboam had been further instructed that the kingdom was not to be divided... ...er or not it was the purpose of Solomon's son to lessen these burdens. "So Jeroboam and all Israel came and spake to Rehoboam, saying, Thy father made... ...er men his advisers. Thus it came to pass that on the day appointed, when "Jeroboam and all the people came to Rehoboam" for a statement concerning th... ...and maintained a separate government, known as the kingdom of Israel, with Jeroboam as their ruler. Thus was fulfilled the prediction of the prophet c...

...cation, 35 -- 3. Pride of Prosperity, 51 -- 4. Results of Transgression, 61 -- 5. Solomon's Repentance, 75 -- 6. The Rending of the Kingdom, 87 -- 7. Jeroboam, 99 -- 8. National Apostasy, 109 -- Section II -- Prophets of the Northern Kingdom -- 9. Elijah the Tishbite, 119 -- 10. The Voice of Stern Rebuke, 129 -- 11. Carmel, 143 -- 12. From Jezreel to Horeb, 155 -- 13. What...

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Hebrew Review and Magazine of Rabbinical Literature = Gal'Ed : Vol. 3

By: Raphall, Morris Jacob, 1798-1868

... exces- sive taxation caused by Solo- mon's luxury. Attempted re- bellion of Jeroboam, suppressed. 975. .Discontent of the nation. Solomon dies. The w... ...The writings of Solomon. Pro- verbs, vt^D; Ecclesiastes, and Solomon's Song, Jeroboam returns from exile. Ge- neral assembly of the nation at Shechem.... ...y Samaria, JT")J^, which, in after ages, was called Sebaste by He- rod I. I. Jeroboam I., DJ/3T* of the tribe of Ephraim, reigns twenty- two years. Id... ...e Shilonite, a r het of whom no writings remain. 954. II. Nadab, ^H a son of Jeroboam, succeeds his father, and reigns not quite two years j addicted ... ... 953. III. Baasha reigns twenty- four years ; second dynasty j the family of Jeroboam is extermi- nated ; the royal residence re- moved to Tirzah. Aft... ... success- ful in his war with the king of Judah, who attacks him. 825. XIII. Jeroboam II. succeeds his father Jehoash, and reigns prosperously 41 year... ...- tends to its original boundaries ; idolatry continues ; after the death of Jeroboam, civil commotions and interregnum of twelve years; Jonah, i"J3V,... ...ed in the canon of the Old Testament. 772. XIV. Zachariah, iT"DT, the son of Jeroboam II. ascends the throne, and reigns six months ; at the expiratio... ...ceptacle of life. As soon as the kingdom of Israel was separated from Judah, Jeroboam, the king of the new state, feared the tendency which the above-...

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Baasha of Israel

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...power by murdering the previous king, Nadab, followed by the entire House of Jeroboam (Nadab's father and predecessor). Baasha had previously been ...

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The First Blast of the Trumpet

By: John Knox

...t. For Israel did universally decline from God by embracing idolatry under Jeroboam— in which they did continue even unto the destruction of their com...

... contrary examples of the ancient prophets move me to doubt of this our fact. For Israel did universally decline from God by embracing idolatry under Jeroboam— in which they did continue even unto the destruction of their commonwealth (1 Kings 12:25-33). And Judah, with Jerusalem, did follow the vile superstition and open iniquity of Samaria (Ezek. 16). But yet the prophet...

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Hebrew Review and Magazine of Rabbinical Literature = Gal'Ed : Vol. 3

By: Raphall, Morris Jacob, 1798-1868

... by exces sive taxation caused by Solo mon s luxury. Attempted re bellion of Jeroboam, suppressed. 975. .Discontent of the nation. Solomon dies. The w... ...The writings of Solomon. Pro verbs, *vtW3i Ecclesiastes, and Solomon s Song, Jeroboam returns from exile. Ge neral assembly of the nation at Shechem. ... ...maria, |T")J^, which, in after ages, was called Sebaste by He rod I. I. Jeroboam I., Di/^T, of the tribe of Ephraim, reigns twenty- two years. Id... ...n rPH^ a prophet of whom no writings remain. 5-1 . II. Nadab, 3*T2, a son of Jeroboam, succeeds his father, and reigns not quite two years j addicted ... ... 953. III. Baasha reigns twenty- four years ; second dynasty j the family of Jeroboam is extermi nated ; the royal residence re moved to Tirzah. After... ...y success ful in his war with the king of Judah, who attacks him. 825. XIII. Jeroboam II. succeeds his father Jehoash, and reigns prosperously 41 year... ...x tends to its original boundaries ; idolatry continues ; after the death of Jeroboam, civil commotions and interregnum of twelve years; Jonah, ,121\ ... ... the canon of the Old Testament. 772. XIV. Zachariah, iT"DT, the son of Jeroboam II. ascends the throne, and reigns six months j at the expiratio... ...ceptacle of life. As soon as the kingdom of Israel was separated from Judah, Jeroboam, the king of the new state, feared the tendency which the above-...

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Jehoahaz of Israel

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...l to Yahweh, but his people followed the religious practices of the house of Jeroboam, which included the worship of a cultic pole of Asherah in ...

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The First Blast of the Trumpet

By: John Knox

...act. For Israel did universally decline from God by embracing idolatry under Jeroboam in which they did continue even unto the destruction of their c...

... contrary examples of the ancient prophets move me to doubt of this our fact. For Israel did universally decline from God by embracing idolatry under Jeroboam in which they did continue even unto the destruction of their commonwealth (1 Kings 12:25?33). And Judah, with Jerusalem, did follow the vile superstition and open iniquity of Samaria (Ezek. 16). But yet the prophets...

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A Grammar of the Samaritan Language, With Extracts and Vocabulary

By: Nicholl, George Frederick, 1834-1913

...that the ten tribes of Israel who had revolted from Solomon's son, elected Jeroboam as their king, who fixed his capital at Shechem, in mount Ephraim.... ... they might offer the usual sacrifices. We pass over the remaining acts of Jeroboam and his successors, until we come to Omri, the sixth king of Israe...

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List of Jewish monarchs

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...ah, and finally Samaria, and ruled by a series of dynasties beginning with Jeroboam; and the southern kingdom of Judah with its capital still at Jerus... ...ash ruled in Israel. Amaziah - under whose reign, Jeroboam II ruled in Israel. Uzziah - under whose ... ...ah, and finally Samaria, and ruled by a series of dynasties beginning with Jeroboam; and the southern kingdom of Judah with its capital still at Jerus... ...ash ruled in Israel. Amaziah - under whose reign, Jeroboam II ruled in Israel. Uzziah - under whose ...

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The Bible, King James Version, Book 28 : Hosea

..., Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah, and in the days of Jeroboam the son of Joash, king of Israel. 28:001:002 The ...

...1. The word of the LORD that came unto Hosea, the son of Beeri, in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah, and in the days of Jeroboam the son of Joash, king of Israel. 28:001:002 The beginning of the word of the LORD by Hosea. And the LORD said to Hosea, Go, take unto thee a wife of whoredoms and children of whoredoms: for the land hath committed g...

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Journal of Biblical Literature : Issue 6-May

By: Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis; Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis. Journal

...though it seems to confuse him with Ahijah the Selonite, who prophesied to Jeroboam respecting the rending of Solomon's kingdom ; but in the other rec... ...ament held at Shechem, the majority of the tribes, under the leadership of Jeroboam, an Ephraimite, revolted, and set up a new kingdom. We should expe... ...teresting to note that Abijah the prophet, who was in a sense the cause of Jeroboam's revolt, came from Shiloh, and that Jeroboam " built " Shechem as... ...to refer to the revolt against Judaean supremacy successfully conducted by Jeroboam. Jeroboam is, then, in thought the subject of XD^* With ^ It is wo... ... and also to the oppression of Ephraim under Solomon, which finally led to Jeroboam's revolt. The last verse claims the hegemony for Ephraim as over a... ...poet of the northern kingdom at some time, probably, between the reigns of Jeroboam and Ahab. The Blessing of Moses belongs to a later period, when am...

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920s BC

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...her, and the northern part secedes to become the kingdom of Israel, making Jeroboam its king. Rehoboam was left to rule the kingdom of Judah. ...

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Dying Saved in Infancy

By: Rev. Dr. Francis Nigel Lee

...stes 4:2 to 11:5 Professor Franz Delitzsch's Biblical Psychology: fetal access to God's love Rev. Prof. Dr. Delitzsch & Rev. J. Kok on the miscarried Jeroboam's son Abijah and children saved by Elijah & Elisha Jonah's little Ninevites and Isaiah's prophecies re babies The innocents in the prophecies of Jeremiah Ezekiel on God's tiny children born to ungodly parents Does th...

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All Hands; May 1981: Volume 60, Issue 706

By: Navy Department; Bureau of Navigation

...nst the British. He sent his beloved Abigail to take his place. With a jeroboam (almost a gallon) full of Jerusalem Ginger Gin, she anointed the...

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Jehu

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... Jeroboam I · Nadab Baasha&... ... Jehu · Jehoahaz · Joash/Jehoash · Jeroboam II · Zechariah Sh... ..., meaning "Jehovah is He"; Latin: Hieu) was the tenth king of Israel since Jeroboam I, noted for exterminating the house of Ahab at the instruction of... ... Jeroboam I ... ...Jehoash Jeroboam II ...

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Un único Dios : El porqué de la creación del pueblo judío

By: Alberto Canen; Mercedes Carreira, Editor

...pide un Rey ....235 Samuel habla al pueblo ....238 El rey David ....242 Y ahora… Goliat ....246 Muerte de David y consagración de Salomón ...276 Jeroboam y la muerte de Salomón ....283 18 ELÍAS Y ELISEO. ¿QUIZÁS ÁNGELES?.....291 Dios envía al profeta Elías .....291 Más obras de Eliseo ...313 19 LA DEPORTACIÓN. EXTRANJEROS EN TIERRA EXTRAÑA...327 20 EL REGRESO A...

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The North American Review : Volume 22

...operly say, they succeeded. In the year 975 before Christ, ten tribes, under Jeroboam, revolted from the dominion of Rehoboam, the son of Solomon, and... ...nd to the cities of the Medes, 2 Kings xvii. 6, The succession of kings from Jeroboam down wards, may be exhibited to view in a short compass. A. C. A... ...eroboam down wards, may be exhibited to view in a short compass. A. C. A. C. Jeroboam 975 Jeroboam II 825 Nadab 954 (Interregnum) . . . 784 Baasha 952... ...at least to moscholatry, that is, the worship of the golden calves set up by Jeroboam at Dan and Bethel, towns near the two extremi ties of his kingdo... ...no doubt, like the worship that was practised in Egypt of the god Apis ; for Jeroboam had lived in Egypt, previously to his becoming a king, 1 Kings x... ... becoming a king, 1 Kings xii. 2. It would seem, however, that the design of Jeroboam was rather to worship Jehovah, under the symbol of the calves, t... ...cussion, that some delay is proper, in order to establish it. In the time of Jeroboam, the first king of Israel, we find the prophet Ahijah exercising... ...he dominions that had been lost, under Jehu and Jehoahaz. Under the reign of Jeroboam the second. Hosea and Amos, prophets whose works a,re a part of ... ... about mount Gerizim arose years after the return from the Babylonish exile. Jeroboam, indeed, established the worship of the golden calves at Dan and...

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Rehoboam

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...rder cities. Damascus under Rezon secured its independence of Solomon; and Jeroboam, a superintendent of works, his ambition stirred by the words of t... ... The United Kingdom of Solomon breaks up, with Jeroboam ruling over the Northern Kingdom of Israel (in green on the map). ... ... We leave to Rehoboam the Temple his father built."[3] Jeroboam and the people rebelled, with the ten northern tribes breaking awa... ... House of David Contemporary King of Israel: Jeroboam I Regna... ... Jeroboam I ... ...Jehoash Jeroboam II ...

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The Old, Old, Very Old Man ; Or, The Age and Long Life of Thomas Par, The Son of John Parr of Winnington

By: Taylor, John, 1580-1653

..., the poor mans bread) For which the Wearers are fear'd, and abhorr'd Like Jeroboams golden Calves ador'd. This double, treble aged man, I wot, Knows ... ... ancient Counsel, was undone Almost ; for ten of the twelve tribes fell To Jeroboam King of Israel. And all wise Princes, and great Potentates Select ...

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The North American review; Volume: 22: no. 50/51

...ore properly say, they succeeded. In the year 975 before Christ, ten tribes, under Jeroboam, revolted from the dominion of Rehoboam, the son of Solomo... ...zan, and to the cities of the Medes, 2 Kings xvii. 6. The succession of kings from Jeroboam down- wards, may be exhibited to view in a short compass. ... ...from Jeroboam down- wards, may be exhibited to view in a short compass. A. C A. C. Jeroboam 975 Jeroboam II 825 Nadab 954 (Interregnum) . . . 784 Baas... ...y, or at least to moscholatry, that is, the worship of the golden calves set up by Jeroboam at Dan and Bethel, towns near the two extremi- ties of his... ... was, no doubt, like the worship that was practised in Egypt of the god Apis ; for Jeroboam had lived in Egypt, previously to his becoming a king, 1 K... ...to his becoming a king, 1 Kings xii. 2. It would seem, however, that the design of Jeroboam was rather to worship Jehovah, under the symbol of the cal... ...nt discussion, that some delay is proper, in order to establish it. In the time of Jeroboam, the first king of Israel, we find the prophet Ahijali exe... ...over the dominions that had been lost, under Jehu and Jehoahaz. Under the reign of Jeroboam the second, Hosea and Amos, prophets whose works are a par... ...estion about mount Gerizim arose years after the return from the Babylonish exile. Jeroboam, indeed, established the worship of the golden calves at D...

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Shishak

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...Judah, as recorded in the Hebrew Bible (;). Shishak had provided refuge to Jeroboam during the later years of Solomon 's reign, and upon Solomon... ...roboam during the later years of Solomon 's reign, and upon Solomon's death, Jeroboam became king of the tribes in the north, which became the King...

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Die Kleinen Propheten

By: Schegg, Peter, 1815-1885

...ung der Könige Ozias, Joathan, Aehaz 1 und Ezechias von Juda und des Königes Jeroboam von Israel. 5 i Die spätere Ueberlieferung macht ihn zu einem Be... ...ste seine prophetische Laufbahn eine sehr lange Zeit; denn zwischen dem Tode Jeroboam's (783 nach der gewöhnlichen Berechnung) und dem Regierungs-Antr... ...en prophetischen Schildenmgen gerade ein Hauptzug im Zeitalter der Regierung Jeroboams. Das trübe Verhältniss in der Ehe unsers Propheten stand gewiss... ...ergehe, zumal eine solche lang andauernde Unter- brechung der Regierung nach Jeroboam, der seine Dynastie so fest gegründet und so glorreich regiert h... ...ämpfen denkbar wäre ? Wenn wir den Bericht der Geschichtsbücher (XV, 29: und Jeroboam legte sich zu seinen Einleitung. 13 Vätern . . . und Sacharja, ... ...usalem;" ferner (ebend. 23): „Im fünfzehnten Jahre Amasias' . . . ward König Jeroboam ... in Samaria ein und vierzig Jahre;" endlich (ebend. XV,- 7): ... ...u (d. i. Ussias, Ozias) ward Saeharjahu (Zacharias) König über Israel." Wenn Jeroboam im 37. Jahre der Regierung des Ozias starb, und 14 Jahre mit Ama... ...n des Ozias, Joathan, Achaz, Ezechias, der Könige von Juda, und in den Tagen Jeroboam's, des Soh- nes Joas', des Königes von Israel. 2. Beginn der Eed... ...„könig- lichen Hause" sprechen können. Die friedlichen Regierungsjahre eines Jeroboam in üppiger Sicherheit machten eine solche Predigt des Propheten ...

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An Apology for the Doctrine of Apostolical Succession : With an Appendix on the English Orders

By: Perceval, Arthur Philip, 1799-1853

...hown to be either condemnatory of it, or irrelevant—Micah— Dathan and Abiram—Jeroboam—The sons of Sceva—Apollos — The man casting out devils^—Matt, xv... ...en, dared to murmur on account of it. § 3. We have in- deed also the case of Jeroboam ; who may be considered as representing in his own person the bo... ...ple to be followed ; for he adds, *' this thing became sin unto the house of Jeroboam, even to cut it off, and to destroy it from off the face of the ...

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List of state leaders in 930s BC

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... ! Type ! Name ! Title ! Royal house ! From ! To ! Refs Sovereign Jeroboam King Jeroboam 931 BC or 922 BC 911 BC or 910 BC or 909 ...

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Notes on the Hebrew text of the Books of kings : with an introduction and appendix

By: Burney, C. F. (Charles Fox), 1868-1925;

... in the sight of Yahwe; b. More special mention of his following the sins of Jeroboam l . The conclusion of the account of a reign takes the following... ...horam), 10. 31, cf.z>. 29 (Jehu), 13. 2 (Jehoahaz), v. 11 (Jehoash), 14. 24 (Jeroboam II), 15. 9 (Zechariah), v. 18 (Menahem), v. 24 (Pekahiah), v. 28... ...mission of rws ton tol ; without further details five times, viz. I. 14. 19 (Jeroboam), 16. 20 (Zimri), II. 14. 18 (Amaziah), 15. 11 (Zechariah), 15. ... ..., 22. 46 (Jehoshaphat). 3. D3TI in place ofm Nbn five times, viz. I. 14. 19 (Jeroboam), II. 15. 11, 15, 26, 31 (Zechariah Shallum, Pekahiah, Pekah). ... ...duction Introduction. Kings of Israel. Conclusion. 1. 13. 33/, 14. 20* +3 b2 Jeroboam I2«3 1. 14. 19,20 15. 25, 26 1 2303 Nadab 1 15.31 15.33,34 1 2 $... ...io,ii 1 2 sab Jehoash 120(3)2 bi2ab'i ) 13. 12/., 14. 15/. 14.23,24 1 2 3« b Jeroboam II 1 203 14.28,29 15.8,9 1 2 ^ab Zechariah 1 15.ii 15.13 1 2 Sha... ...ion the double inconsistency, if we make R D assign 51 years to the reign of Jeroboam II in place of the 41 years of II. 14. 23. The 1 2th year of Aha... ...2 note. '31 non KI^D] The whole kingdom from extreme north to extreme south. Jeroboam II is said to have restored the kingdom of Israel nmyn & ^y nron... ...ov *Aj3m vlbv avrov, a statement which occurs in the midst of the account of Jeroboam. Winckler considers the question whether this passage (obviously...

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A Manual of Ancient History

By: Thalheimer, Mary Elsie

... first at She^chem, then at Tir^zah, then at Sama^ria. 97. Its first king, Jeroboam, in order to break the strongest tie which bound the people to the... ...ngdom was frequently distracted by wars with Judah, Damascus, and Assyria. Jeroboam was aided in his w^ar with Judah by his friend and patron in days ... ... friend and patron in days of exile, Shishak, king of Egypt. Nadab, son of Jeroboam, was murdered by Baasha, who made himself king. This monarch began... ...dad, son of Hazael, and won back part of the conquered territory. His son, Jeroboam II, had the longest and most prosperous reign in the annals of the... ...n, and then Men^ahem of Tirzah made a vain attempt to renew the glories of Jeroboam II by an expedition to the Euphrates. He captured Thapsacus, but d... ...ing country to take the places of the former inhabitants. Kings of Israel. Jeroboam, B. C. 975-954. Nadab, " 954-953. Baasha, " 953-930. Elah, '' 930-... ...ehoram, " 896-884. Jehu, " 884-856. Jehoahaz, " 856-839. Joash, " 839-823. Jeroboam II, " 823-772. Zechariah, reigned 6 months, " 772. Shallum, murder... ...are with the revolted tribes. Abijam, his son, gained a great victory over Jeroboam, by which he recovered the ancient sanctuary of Bethel and many ot... ...tribes revolted, only Judah and Benjamin remaining to the hou.se of David. Jeroboam fixed his capital at Shechem, and the shrines of his false gods at...

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List of state leaders in 920s BC

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... ! Type ! Name ! Title ! Royal house ! From ! To ! Refs Sovereign Jeroboam King Jeroboam 931 BC or 922 BC 911 BC or 910 BC or 909 ...

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