Tibni


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Tibni

(tĭb`nī), in the Bible, unsuccessful contender with OmriOmri
. 1 King of Israel. He was a general in the army of Elah, and on the king's death at the hands of Zimri (1,) Omri proclaimed himself king. Soon after this Zimri killed himself.
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 (1) for the throne of Israel after the death of Zimri.
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