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Zerubbabel

(zērŭb`əbəl) [Heb.,=seed of Babylon], in the Bible, a grandson of King Jehoiachin (exiled in 597 B.C.) and governor of Jerusalem. He led a company returning from exile in c.520 B.C. under patronage of the Persian King Darius. Zerubbabel was a contemporary of Haggai and Zechariah, under whose stimulating encouragement he finished the rebuilding of the Temple. He is also known as Zorobabel.
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Under Herod, Jerusalem was rebuilt and the second temple (known as the Temple of Zerubabel) elaborated (from 17 BCE to 29 CE).
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this is the word of the Lord unto Zerubabel, saying, not by might, nor by power, but by my spirit, saith the Lord of hosts."
The mutual hatred of Jews and Samaritans intensified in the postexilic period when Zerubabel refused to allow the Samaritans to help rebuild the Temple (Ezra 4).
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Then we will ascend the path to the el-Aksa Mosque and Dome of the Rock, called by many the Holy Mount, where the temples of Solomon, Zerubabel, and Herod stood.