Zerubbabel


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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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Jewish Messiahs in a Christian Empire: A History of the Book of Zerubbabel
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The Temple's very name conjures up a variety of institutions, mythological, and real--including the Tabernacle of Mosaic tradition, the legendary Temple of Solomon, the visionary Temple of Ezekiel, the post-exilic Temple of Zerubbabel, and the Herodian Temple of the first century.
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Matthew and Luke agree upon the substance of the genealogies, although the two family trees differ in detail: from Zerubbabel in the late sixth century BC to Joseph all the ancestors of Jesus bear different names in the two lists (unless Matthan and Matthat are taken to be mere spelling variations).