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  1. Jehoahaz was made king, at the age of 23, in the summer of 609 B.C.E., after Josiah his father had been killed in the battle against Pharaoh *Necoh at Megiddo. It has been suggested that he was the nominee of the circles which favored the alliance with the ascending Neo-Babylonian Kingdom – bitter enemies of Assyria – who were hostile to ...

  2. Apr 26, 2021 · Jehoahaz (Ahaziah) son of Jehoram, king of Judah (841 BC). This Jehoahaz was the youngest son of Jehoram. He is called “Azariah” in the NIV, CEV, and NLT; but he is called “Jehoahaz” in the ESV, KJV, NKJV, and NASB.

  3. Jehoahaz, like his father, maintained the calf-worship in Bethel and Dan, and revived also the cult of the Asherah, a form of Canaanitish idolatry introduced by Ahab (1 Kings 16:33). It centered round a sacred tree or pole, and was probably connected with phallic worship (compare 1 K 15:13, where Maacah, mother of Asa, is said to have "made an ...

  4. Jehoahaz ben Josiah ,also known as Shallum, a son of Josiah king of Judah, chosen to succeed his father in the summer of 609 b.c., but deposed by Pharaoh Necho three months later ( 2 Kings 23:30-34; 2 Chron 36:1-4 ). For the date see Josiah. Shallum was a shortened form of Shelemiah, cf. Shelomo (Solomon). Albright considers it a personal name ...

  5. Jehoahaz III of Judah ( Hebrew: יְהוֹאָחָז ‎, Yəhō’aḥaz, " Yahweh has held"; Greek: Ιωαχαζ Iōakhaz; Latin: Joachaz) was the seventeenth king of Judah (3 months in 609 BC) and the fourth son of king Josiah whom he succeeded. His mother was Hamautal, daughter of Jeremiah of Libnah.

  6. Jehoahaz's elder brother Eliakim, under his new name "Jehoiakim," was enthroned under Egyptian suzerainty; and the land was laid under tribute to Egypt's coffers. The captive king, Jehoahaz, was carried prisoner to Egypt (Ezek. xix. 4), and he here disappearsfrom history, mourned as having gone never to return to his native land (Jer. xxii. 10-12).

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