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PostSubject: Scholar Confirms: These 53 Biblical Figures Really Existed and History Proves It    Mon Aug 07, 2017 9:35 am




     

Scholar Confirms: These 53 Biblical Figures Really Existed and History Proves It 

        

A recently published academic study which proves the historical existence of at least 53 Biblical figures may represent a recent trend in the academic and archaeological ...

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PostSubject: Re: Scholar Confirms: These 53 Biblical Figures Really Existed and History Proves It    Mon Aug 07, 2017 12:23 pm

We have room for them, don't we?  It seems very timely to me (no pun intended).

Egypt
1. Shishak: (= Sheshonq I) pharaoh, 945–924 BCE, 1 Kings 11:40.
2. So: (= Osorkon IV) pharaoh, 730–715 2 BCE, Kings 17:4
3. Tirhakah: (= Taharqa) pharaoh 690–664 BCE, 2 Kings 19:9, etc.
4. Necho II: (= Neco II) pharaoh 610–595 BCE, 2 Chronicles 35:20, etc.
5. Hophra: (= Apries) pharaoh 589–570 BCE, Jeremiah 44:30
Moab

6. Mesha: king early to mid-­ninth century BCE, 2 Kings 3:4–27
Aram-Damascus
7. Hadadezer: king early ninth century BCE to 844/842, 1 Kings 11:23, etc.
8. Ben­hadad: son of Hadadezer king 844/842 BCE, 2 Kings 6:24, etc.
9. Hazael: king 844/842–c. 800 BCE, 1 Kings 19:15, etc.
10. Ben­hadad: son of Hazael king early eighth century BCE, 2 Kings 13:3, etc.
11. Rezin: king mid-­eighth century to 732 BCE, 2 Kings 15:37, etc.
Northern Kingdom of Israel

12. Omri: king 884–873 BCE, 1 Kings 16:16, etc.
13. Ahab: king 873–852 BCE, 1 Kings 16:28, etc.
14. Jehu: king 842/841–815/814 BCE, 1 Kings 19:16, etc.
15. Joash: (= Jehoash) king 805–790 BCE, 2 Kings 13:9, etc.
16. Jeroboam II: king 790–750/749 BCE, 2 Kings 13:13, etc.
17. Menahem: king 749–738 BCE, 2 Kings 15:14, etc.
18. Pekah: king 750(?)–732/731 BCE, 2 Kings 15:25, etc.
19. Hoshea: king 732/731–722 BCE, 2 Kings 15:30, etc.
20. Sanballat “I”: governor of Samaria under Persian rule c. mid-­fifth century BCE, Nehemiah 2:10, etc.
Southern Kingdom of Judah

21. David: king c. 1010–970 BCE, 1 Samuel 16:13, etc.
22. Uzziah: (= Azariah) king 788/787–736/735 BCE, 2 Kings 14:21, etc.
23. Ahaz: (= Jehoahaz) king 742/741–726 BCE, 2 Kings 15:38, etc.
24. Hezekiah: king 726–697/696 BCE, 2 Kings 16:20, etc.
25. Manasseh: king 697/696–642/641 BCE, 2 Kings 20:21, etc.
26. Hilkiah: high priest during Josiah’s reign within 640/639–609 BCE, 2 Kings 22:4, etc.
27. Shaphan: scribe during Josiah’s reign within 640/639–609 BCE, 2 Kings 22:3, etc.
28. Azariah: high priest during Josiah’s reign within 640/639–609 BCE, 1 Chronicles 5:39, etc.
29. Gemariah: official during Jehoiakim’s reign within 609–598 BCE, Jeremiah 36:10, etc.
30. Jehoiachin: (= Jeconiah = Coniah) king 598–597 BCE, 2 Kings 24:6, etc.
31. Shelemiah: father of Jehucal the royal official late seventh century BCE, Jeremiah 37:3, etc.
32. Jehucal: (= Jucal) official during Zedekiah’s reign within 597–586 BCE, Jeremiah 37:3, etc.
33. Pashhur: father of Gedaliah the royal official late seventh century BCE, Jeremiah 38:1
34. Gedaliah: official during Zedekiah’s reign within 597–586 BCE, Jeremiah 38:1
Assyria
35. Tiglath­pileser III: (= Pul) king 744–727 BCE,2 Kings 15:19, etc.
36. Shalmaneser V: king 726–722 BCE, 2 Kings 17:3, etc.
37. Sargon II: king 721–705 BCE, Isaiah 20:1
38. Sennacherib: king 704–681 BCE, 2 Kings 18:13, etc.
39. Adrammelech: (= Ardamullissu = Arad­mullissu) son and assassin of Sennacherib early seventh century BCE, 2 Kings 19:37, etc.
40. Esarhaddon: king 680–669 BCE, 2 Kings 19:37, etc.
Babylonia

41. Merodach­baladan II: king 721–710 BCE and 703 BCE, 2 Kings 20:12, etc.
42. Nebuchadnezzar II: king 604–562 BCE, 2 Kings 24:1, etc.
43. Nebo­sarsekim: official of Nebuchadnezzar II early sixth century BCE, Jeremiah 39:3
44. Nergal­sharezer: officer of Nebuchadnezzar II early sixth century BCE, Jeremiah 39:3
45. Nebuzaradan: a chief officer of Nebuchadnezzar II early sixth century BCE, 2 Kings 25:8, etc. & Jeremiah 39:9, etc.
46. Evil­merodach: (= Awel Marduk = Amel Marduk) king 561–560 BCE, 2 Kings 25:27, etc.
47. Belshazzar: son and co­regent of Nabonidus c. 543?–540BCE, Daniel 5:1, etc.
Persia

48. Cyrus II: (= Cyrus the Great) king 559–530 BCE, 2 Chronicles 36:22, etc.
49. Darius I: (= Darius the Great) king 520–486 BCE, Ezra 4:5, etc.
50. Tattenai: provincial governor of Trans­Euphrates late sixth to early fifth century BCE, Ezra 5:3, etc.
51. Xerxes I: (= Ahasuerus) king 486–465BCE, Esther 1:1, etc.
52. Artaxerxes I: Longimanus king 465­425/424 BCE, Ezra 4:7, etc
53. Darius II: Nothus king 425/424­405/404 BCE, Nehemiah 12:22


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