Meshullam

Meshullam

(mĕshŭl`əm), in the Bible. 1 Ancestor of Shaphan. 2 Son of Zerubbabel. 3 See MeshelemiahMeshelemiah
, in the Bible, gatekeeper. Alternate forms are Shallum, Shelemiah. amd Meshullam.
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. 4 See ShallumShallum
, in the Bible. 1 King of Israel for a month. He killed King Zachariah for the throne and was himself killed by Menahem. 2 King of Judah: see Jehoahaz (2.) 3 In 1 Kings, husband of Huldah.
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 (4) and (7.) 5 Father-in-law of JohananJohanan
[short form of Jehohanan], in the Bible. 1 Captain who led in the rescue of the captives of Ishmael. 2 Descendant of David. 3, 4 Two of David's men. 5 Chief priest. He also appears as Jonathan in the Book of Nehemiah.
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 (10.) 6 Repairer of the wall. 7 Assistant of Ezra. 8 Father of the Benjamite Sallu. 9 Ancestor of AdaiahAdaiah
, in the Bible. 1 Josiah's mother's father. 2 Father of Maaseiah. 3 Ancestor of Asaiah.
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 (4.) 10 Gadite chief. 11 Chief man of the Exile. 12, 13 Sealers of the covenant. 14 Grandfather of AzariahAzariah
, common name in ancient Israel, especially among the priests. The following occurrences of the name in the Bible do not necessarily all refer to different persons. 1 Chief officer under Solomon. 2 Chief officer under Solomon.
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 (24.) 15, 16 Priests in the time of Jehoiakim. 17 Prince of Judah. 18 One present at the reading of the Law. 19 A porter.
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Meshullam of Volterra, an Italian Jewish jeweler, travels through Gaza.
Meshullam, a wealthy Jewish convert, had founded the colony around 1850 as part of his goal to reconcile Jews and Christians.
Avigad, dating to just before the Babylonian destruction of Jerusalem and inscribed with the name Meshullam, a name interchangeable with Shallum;
that was sent by Rabbi Meshullam, or Meshullam ben Moses, the teacher of Nehemiah the Makhirite, to Nehemiah, who lived in Worms for a while.
The first project at Atras, south of Bethlehem, was in partnership with John Meshullam, a Jewish convert to Christianity.