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Athaliah

Athaliah (ăthˌəlīˈə). 1 The only queen to occupy the throne of Judah, daughter of Ahab of Israel, wife of Jehoram 2 of Judah, and mother of Ahaziah (2) of Judah, whom she succeeded. She had the males of the royal family murdered, but her stepdaughter Jehosheba hid away a baby son of Ahaziah. Some years later, Jehosheba and her husband Jehoiada (1) effected a coup in favor of this baby, Jehoash (2.) Athaliah they killed. These events are the subject of Racine's Athalie. 2 Benjamite. 3 Father of one who returned with Ezra.
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Athaliah

steals throne by killing all royal line. [O.T.: II Kings 11:1]
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