Jehoram


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Jehoram

(jēhō`rəm) or

Joram

(jō`rəm), in the Bible. 1 Son of Ahab, king of Israel (c.852–841 B.C.), brother and successor 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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 (1.) He enlisted the support of Jehoshaphat of Judah to put down a revolt in Moab. Jehoram was wounded in an attack on Ramoth-gilead and retired to Jezreel. JehuJehu
. 1 King of Israel. He was anointed king by Elisha, who led the revolt against the house of Ahab. Jehu murdered King Jehoram of Israel and King Ahaziah of Judah and the rest of the house of Ahab. Jehu's rapid chariot driving has become proverbial.
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, whom Elisha had earlier anointed king of Israel, assassinated Jehoram and usurped the throne, ending the house of Ahab in Israel. 2 King of Judah (c.848–841 B.C.), son and successor of Jehoshaphat. His wife was the notorious AthaliahAthaliah
. 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.
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 (1.) The Bible says that he followed her family in the worship of Baal. He was succeeded by his son 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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That is, her lineage links her to the Omride dynasty and she reigned as the sovereign regent of Judah by virtue of her marriage to Jehoram, a scion of the Davidic line.
In an article published in the Hebrew Union College Annual, I point out that Jehoram, the Israelite king who had to deal with the Moabite revolt, was due to be defeated, since the punishment of Ahab for the episode of the murder of Naboth was deferred, according to the Book of Kings, to Ahab's son (following Ahab's prayer of repentance).
A common, mainstream interpretation has Hazael of Damascus as the author of the inscription, in which he seems to claim credit for killing Jehoram king of Israel and Ahaziah of Judah.
49) as are quotations (the declaration of war, Ahab's or perhaps, see Smelik 1990: 29, Jehoram's, in line 6, nw.