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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And from Tibhat and from Chun, cities of Hadadezer, David took very much bronze; with it Solomon made the bronze tank and the pillars and the vessels of bronze (I Chron.
Copper was mentioned to have been brought by the order of King David from Tibhat and Chun, cities in Hadadezer (probably Syria).
g) Rezon, son of Eliada, was an officer in the army of Hadadezer, king of Zobah, who became the leader of a band ([g.
He [Irhuleni] brought to help him 1,200 chariots, 1,200 cavalrymen, 20,000 foot soldiers of Hadadezer of Damascus; 700 chariots, 700 cavalrymen, 10,000 foot soldiers of Irhuleni from Hamat; 2,000 chariots, 10,000 foot soldiers of Ahab the Israelite; 500 soldiers from Gua, (2) 1,000 soldiers from Musri, (3) 10 chariots, 10,000 soldiers from Irqanata; 200 soldiers of Mattin-baal from Arvad; 200 soldiers from Usunata; 10 chariots, 1(?