Hilkiah


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Hilkiah

(hĭlkī`ə), in the Bible. 1 High priest under King Josiah and a leader in his revival of religion. 2 Father of Jeremiah. 3 Father of EliakimEliakim
. 1 King of Judah: see Jehoiakim. 2 Important officer of state under King Hezekiah. 3 Priest at the dedication of the new wall at Jerusalem. 4, 5 Names appearing in the Gospel genealogies.
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 (2.) 4 Merarite Levites. 5 Father of GemariahGemariah
, in the Bible. 1 Jewish noble favorable to Jeremiah and Baruch. 2 Envoy to Nebuchadnezzar.
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 (2.) 6 Companion of Ezra. 7 Levite who returned with Zerubbabel.
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The text, or key parts of it, seems to be the "scroll" discovered by the high priest Hilkiah in the Temple during the reign of Josiah (622 BCE).
And the king commanded Hilkiah the high priest, and the priests of the second order, and the keepers of the door, to bring forth out of the temple of the Lord all the vessels that were made for Baal, and for the Asherah, and for all the host of heaven; and he burned them without Jerusalem in the fields [shadmot] of Kidron, and carried the ashes of them unto Beth-el (II Kgs.
She describes an Indian raid in which the families at Bridgman's Fort were: Caleb Howe, Hilkiah Grout, and Benjamin Garfield.
Attorneys who subscribed were Thomas Collin; Michael Laws and Robert Shafto, as did the Rev Dr Gray, rector of Bishopwearmouth and Hilkiah Hall, who owned a glass works.
The supervisors and craftsmen, who worked under the direction of Hilkiah, the high priest, were paid from donations.
Guest preacher was Bishop Hilkiah who praised the work of the links between Wakefield and Mara.
The emergence of the book of Deuteronomy, the "scroll of the law" that Hilkiah the High Priest found in the Temple, parallels the emergence of critical mass of literate people.
Asinyetogha Hilkiah Igoni, Rivers State University of Science and Technology
In 1619 Dr Hilkiah Crooke, a Cambridge graduate and physician to James I, was appointed Master.
When Susannah, the daughter of the priest Hilkiah (Sus.
This culture wide struggle over charity partially explains why, in 1618, when James took an unprecedented personal interest in one of London's longstanding charitable institutions by replacing the city appointed keeper of Bethlem, Thomas Jenner, with court physician Hilkiah Crooke, a king widely perceived to be pro-Catholic met with resistance and skepticism from staunchly Protestant city officials.
It seems that an old scroll (now thought to be probably the original form of Deuteronomy) was found in the temple by the priest Hilkiah, who asked a scribe to read it to the king.