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  1. Jeroboam
  2. 1st deportation to Babylon
  3. Jehoiakim (609-598)
  4. Jezebel
  5. Omri
  1. a exile typically refers to the deportation and exile of the Jews of the ancient Kingdom of Judah to Babylon by Nebuchadnezzar II in 586 BC, in fact the exile started with the first deportation in 597 BC.
  2. b became king at the age of twenty-five,second son of king Josiah by Zebidah the daughter of Pedaiah of Rumah. His birth name was Eliakim.
  3. c reigned 876-869 or c. 884-c. 872 BC), king of Israel, the father of Ahab.
  4. d the son of Nebat "an Ephrathite" (1 Kings 11:26-39), was the first king of the break-away ten tribes or Kingdom of Israel, over whom he reigned twenty-two years.
  5. e is the Phoenician queen of ancient Israel. Her story is told in 1st and 2nd Kings.[1] She is introduced as a Phoenician princess, the daughter of King Ethobaal of Tyre. Her father was the king of the entirety of the Phoenician empire

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. is the second of the three major sections in the Hebrew Bible, the Tanakh. It falls between the Torah (teachings) and Ketuvim (writings
  2. King of Israel (c.869-850 BCE), son of Omri and husband of Jezebel, a Sidonian princess. He defeated the armies of Damascus and came into conflict with Assyria.
  3. taken alive by king saul, but then put to death by samuel at Gilgal
  4. - 587-538
  5. was king of Judah, succeeding his father Solomon. His mother was Naamah "the Ammonitess." Albright has dated his reign to 922 - 915 BC

5 True/False questions

  1. Battle of Carchemish (605)When the Assyrian capital Nineveh was overrun by the Babylonians in 612 BC, the Assyrians moved their capital to Harran. When Harran was captured by the Babylonians in 610 BC, the capital was once again moved, this time to -_________


  2. joabnephew of king david, capitan of davids army, killed abner his brother for revenge


  3. Davidwas twice the daughter-in-law of Judah, as well as the mother of two of his children - the twins Zerah and Pharez was also raped by hr brother


  4. Shechemis a person or agency considered to be a source of wise counsel or prophetic opinion. It may also be a revealed prediction or precognition of the future, from deities, that is spoken through another object or life-form


  5. Samuelviewed by rabbinical literature, is that he was the last of the Hebrew Judges and the first of the Major Prophets who began to prophesy inside the Land of Israel also anointed the first two kings of the Kingdom of Israel: King Saul and King David.