Later, King Solomon arranges to have her rescued from prison in Geshur
and brought back to Israel where she marries the son of Abinadab and changes her name to Taphath, a sweet smelling incense.
The first is the king of Geshur
and maternal grandfather of Absalom, to whom the latter initially flees after murdering his brother, Amnon (2 Sam.
Although the discussion will concentrate on the territories of the former kingdom of Israel, we will also refer to sites that probably belonged to adjacent polities, such as Geshur (Bethsaida, near the Sea of Galilee) and Phoenicia/Tyre (probably Kabri and additional sites on the northern coastal plain), if they were located within the geographical regions discussed here.
Bethsaida the capital of the kingdom of Geshur was no more" (see also Arav 2004: 15).
Other mixed marriages reported without censure from the tribe of Judah include Judah himself with Bath-shua, a Canaanite (1 Chr 2:3); Jether the Ishmaelite with Abigail the sister of David (1 Chr 2:17); David with Maacah the daughter of Talmai king of Geshur
(1 Chr 3:2); a Judahite Mered with Bithiah the daughter of Pharaoh (1 Chr 4:18); (8) and some of the descendants of Judah's son Shelah with Moabites (1 Chr 4:22).
The first Golan Heights vineyards were planted in 1976 at Geshur
and Yonatan on the Golan Heights and Ramot Naftali in Upper Galilee.
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A secular, well-educated, idealistic community, the Geshur founding members came 20 years ago with the understanding that the homes they were about to build might only be temporary in the event of a peace agreement with Syria.
Thirteen years ago, in the wake of the troubled Israeli withdrawal from the Sinai, the members of Geshur boldly issued a declaration that their settlement would never be an obstacle to peace, nor would they resist withdrawal from the Golan in the event of a peace agreement with Syria.
Absalom lives with the king of Geshur
for three years (II Sam.
The book is arranged in chronological order, covering the period of the books of the Prophets and Writings, beginning with Jericho (Joshua 2 and 6) and ending in Jerusalem (Ezra 8-10, Nehemiah 2 and 4), with an emphasis on places not normally visited on organized tours, such as Geshur
(2 Samuel 13) and Shunem (2 Kings 4).
According to that talmudic passage, Tamar was the daughter of Maacah, daughter of Talmai King of Geshur