Hadadezer

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Hadadezer

(hădədē`zər), in the Bible, king of Zobah, who led a Syrian coalition against David. The allies were eventually defeated and became tributaries. An alternate form is Hadarezer.
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King Ahab (874-853 BCE) had to contend with a formidable adversary, King Ben-hadad II of Aram.