Jehoash


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Jehoash

(jēhō`ăsh) or

Joash

(jō`ăsh), in the Bible. 1 King of Israel, son and successor of Jehoahaz. He was generally successful in a war with Damascus, and he conquered Amaziah of Judah. He was succeeded by his son Jeroboam II. 2 King of Judah, son of AhaziahAhaziah
, in the Bible. 1 King of Israel, son of Ahab. He was a worthy successor of his father only in that he followed Ahab's religious views. He was succeeded by his brother Jehoram (1.) 2 King of Judah, son of Jehoram (2) and Athaliah (1.
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 (2.) When his father was murdered and his grandmother Athaliah seized the power and massacred the royal family, Jehoash, a baby, was saved by his aunt and uncle, Jehosheba and Jehoiada (see JehoiadaJehoiada
, in the Bible. 1 High priest. He married Jehosheba, a princess of Judah, and together they saved the infant Jehoash. They led the conspiracy against Athaliah that put Jehoash on the throne (see Jehoash (2)). Jehoiada was buried with the kings of Judah.
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 (1)). He was dominated by his guardians when he became king six years later. He was responsible for religious reforms against Baal worship. After a long reign he was assassinated. 3 Gideon's father. 4 One of Ahab's sons. 5 Judahite. 6 Benjamite. 7 One who joined David at Ziklag. 8 One of David's officers.
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Greenstein, "Methodological Principles in Determining that the So-Called Jehoash Inscription is Inauthentic" (pp.
Yet even during the divided monarchy it was either captured or forced to pay tribute to King Shishak of Egypt and was conquered by King Jehoash of Israel before being destroyed by the Babylonians.
The disappearance of the Ark is generally considered related to the sacking of the Temple, and the primary historical figures responsible for its disappearance would thus include Pharaoh Shishaq, King Jehoash of Israel, and Nebuchadnezzar of Babylonia, although the Bible does not state that any of these figures took the Ark.
Jehoash Hirshberg opens part two with a study of the roles played by composers displaced from Germany during the Third Reich in the development of a new musical culture in the Jewish community in Palestine before the founding of the state of Israel.
Moll, "Texture and Counterpoint in the Four-Voice Mass Settings of Machaut and his Contemporaries"; Margaret Bent, "The 'Harmony' of the Machaut Mass"; Owen Rees, "Machaut's Mass and Sounding Number"; Elizabeth Eva Leach, "Singing More About Singing Less: Machaut's Pour ce que tous (B12)"; Anne Stone, "Music Writing and Poetic Voice in Machaut: Some Remarks on B12 and R14"; Jehoash Hirshberg, "A Portrayal of the Lady Who Guards her Honour (B25)"; Peter M.
On Engel and the Society for Jewish Folk Music, see Menashe Ravina, Yo'el Engel veha-Musikah ha-Yehudit (Tel Aviv, 1947), 61-63; Jehoash Hirshberg, Music in the Jewish Community of Palestine, 1880-1948 (Oxford, 1995), 78-92.
Jehoash Hirshberg, Music in the Jewish Community of Palestine, 1880-1948: A Social History, 1995; Philip Bohlman, The Land Where Two Streams Flow, 1989).
The princess who saved Jehoash later turned him over to the Priest Jehoiada in the Temple where he was not only hidden but tutored by Jehoiada.
Jehoash 40 He saved Jerusalem from King Hazael of Aram by giving him offerings, his own and the Temple's (2 Kings 12:18, 19).
Much later, King Amaziah of Judah wages war against Jehoash of Israel (II Kg.
In addition to utilizing these principles, Galil concludes that the regnal years recorded for two of the kings, Pekah of Israel and Jehoash of Judah, apparently were calculated retroactively.