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Assuming ahaziah is required, the following results were found.

  • The Tel Dan Stela and the Kings of Aram and Israel

    Parts of the names of two kings are preserved in Fragment B: Joram, son of Ahab, king of Israel from 852 to 841 BC, and Ahaziah, son of Jehoram, king of Judah (the House of David) in 841 BC. With this new information it is possible to assign the stela...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/2233-the-tel-dan-stela-and-the-kings-of-aram-and-israel
  • Ahaziah

    https://biblearchaeology.org/component/tags/ahaziah?Itemid=245
  • Israelite Kings in Assyrian Inscriptions

    back to Samaria, where he was buried and 'slept with his fathers.' Jehu Son of Omri Following the death of Ahab, his son Ahaziah took the throne. He ruled for two years and died from injuries received in a fall in the palace at Samaria (2 Kgs 1). Since...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/divided-kingdom/3993-israelite-kings-in-assyrian-inscriptions
  • Omri, King of Israel

    dynasty of the Northern Kingdom, 45 years. Following Omri, his son Ahab ruled 22 years, 874-853 (Wood 1996a), his grandson Ahaziah two years, 853-852, and a second grandson Joram 12 years, 852-841. Because of Ahab's sin in the matter of Naboth's...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/divided-kingdom/3774-omri-king-of-israel
  • Mesha, King of Moab

    texts. Adding the years of Omri (12, 1 Kgs 16:23), the years of his son Ahab (22, 1 Kgs 16:29), the years of Ahab's son Ahaziah (2, 1 Kgs 22:52) and half the years of Joram, brother of Ahaziah, (6, 2 Kgs 3:1), we obtain a span of 42 years. Some of the...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/divided-kingdom/3437-mesha-king-of-moab
  • A Critical Analysis of the Evidence from Ralph Hawkins for a Late-Date Exodus-Conquest

    of 967, not 966 as accepted by Hawkins. The correction resolved problems that Thiele had with the reigns of Jehoshaphat, Ahaziah, and Athaliah. It is additionally important in showing the exactness of the data for the Jubilee and Sabbatical years. The...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/conquest-of-canaan/3103-a-critical-analysis-of-the-evidence-from-ralph-hawkins-for-a-latedate-exodusconquest
  • The Old Testament and the Ancient Near East: Profits and Losses

    the reigns of Joram (852–841 BC) and Jehu (841–814 BC) of Israel and of Jehoshaphat (873-849 BC), Jehoram (849–842 BC), Ahaziah (842 BC), and possibly the inter-regnum of the wicked queen-mother Athaliah (842–836 BC), rulers of Judah (1 Kgs 19:15; 2 Kgs...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/ancient-near-eastern-studies/2368-the-old-testament-and-the-ancient-near-east-profits-and-losses
  • Evidence for Inerrancy from a Second Unexpected Source: The Jubilee and Sabbatical Cycles

    Reign lengths measured from the start of a coregency are assumed to be non-accession lengths, as are those for Jehoram, Ahaziah, Athaliah, and Joash during the time of rapporochement when Judah adopted Israel's non-accession system. The chronology of...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/2662-evidence-for-inerrancy-from-a-second-unexpected-source-the-jubilee-and-sabbatical-cycles
  • Evidence for Inerrancy from an Unexpected Source: OT Chronology

    the use of Decision Tables was a resolution of some discrepancies in Thiele’s figures for the regnal years of Jehoshaphat, Ahaziah, and Athaliah (Young 2003: 598–99; Young 2004b: 578–79). The second contribution dealt with the end of the monarchic...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/divided-kingdom/3295-evidence-for-inerrancy-from-an-unexpected-source-ot-chronology

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