Eliashib

Eliashib

(ĭlī`əshĭb), in the Bible. 1 High priest. 2 Priest under David. 3 Descendant of David.
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Eliashib, the quartermaster of the remote desert fortress, received inked requests on ostracons for provisions like wine, flour, and oil to be sent to forces in the ancient kingdom of Judah.
Particularly pointed is an extended passage near the end where Eliashib, the priest, utters curses 'against those who pervert justice' (p.
He correctly says that a jubilee is about two generations, but he leaves rather a large gap between Eliashib, dated 448, and Jaddua, dated 332.
The second is commonly taken to be Eliashib, meaning |God will return [it]', (see Y.