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

    six kings associated with the stele: the predecessor of Hazael, (Ben-Hadad II), Hazael, Joram, Jehoram, Ahaziah, and Jehu. Because of the fragmentary nature of the stela, there are gaps in the lines that allow a number of interpretations. The...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/2233-the-tel-dan-stela-and-the-kings-of-aram-and-israel
  • Evidence for Inerrancy from an Unexpected Source: OT Chronology

    which Shalmaneser III of Assyria listed Ahab of Israel as one of his foes (see the further discussion below). The tribute of Jehu of Israel to Shalmaneser in 841 BC. The invasion of Sennacherib in Hezekiah’s 14th year, 701 BC. The death of King Josiah...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/divided-kingdom/3295-evidence-for-inerrancy-from-an-unexpected-source-ot-chronology
  • Israelite Kings in Assyrian Inscriptions

    at Ramoth-Gilead in Transjordan. His body was brought 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...

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

    852-841. Because of Ahab's sin in the matter of Naboth's vineyard, God brought the dynasty to a bloody end by means of Jehu (1 Kgs 21:20-29). Jehu then began the longest dynasty for the Northern Kingdom, spanning five generations and 90 years. Other...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/divided-kingdom/3774-omri-king-of-israel
  • Jehu

    https://biblearchaeology.org/component/tags/jehu?Itemid=245
  • Seal of Jezebel Identified

    Ahab was killed in a battle against the Arameans (1 Kgs 22:29-40). Twelve years later a prophet of the Lord anointed Jehu, a general in the Israelite army, king with the following charge: You are to destroy the house of Ahab your master, and I will...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/divided-kingdom/3935-seal-of-jezebel-identified
  • Historical Synchronisms and the Date of the Exodus

    On one side, the second register from the top depicts a man kneeling before Shalmaneser with the inscription, 'Tribute of Jehu son of Omri.' Jehu ruled ca. 841-814 BC and he probably paid tribute to Shalmaneser in the first year of his reign. Note that...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/3579-historical-synchronisms-and-the-date-of-the-exodus
  • Book Review: From Abraham to Paul: A Biblical Chronology: Part I

    important dates in ancient Near Eastern history. These include the year of Ahab's conflict with Shalmaneser III, the year of Jehu's tribute to that same monarch, the year of the fall of Samaria (to Shalmaneser V in 723 B.C., not to Sargon in 722 or 721;...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/divided-kingdom/3397-book-review-from-abraham-to-paul-a-biblical-chronology-part-i
  • From What Did Moses Compose Genesis?

    Chronicles 12-15. 'Book of Shemaiah the prophet, and of Iddo the Seer Concerning Genealogies' II Chronicles 20:34. 'Book of Jehu, the son of Hanani - mentioned in the Book of the Kings of Israel' Bibliography Brown, F.; Driver, S. R.; Briggs, C. A. 1962...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/founders-corner/3944-from-what-did-moses-compose-genesis
  • The United Monarchy Under David and Solomon

    tenth century BC (the period of David and Solomon) Finkelstein lowers to the ninth century BC (the days of Omri, Ahab and Jehu). The good news is that Finkelstein haspublicly declared that he does not deny the existence of either David or Solomon...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/judges-united-monarchy/3457-the-united-monarchy-under-david-and-solomon
  • Patriarchal Wealth and Early Domestication of the Camel

    m (6.5 ft) tall four-sided black limestone pillar covered with pictures and writing on all sides. In the upper panel, King Jehu of Israel is pictured, the only ancient depiction of any Israelite king. In the lower panel, two bactrian (two-humped) camels...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/3444-patriarchal-wealth-and-early-domestication-of-the-camel
  • The Satellite Bible Atlas: A Must Have Resource

    Ahab: Relations with Aram and Phoenicia 6-4 Mesha Stele: Israel and Judah's Relation with Moab & Edom 6-5 Elisha, J(eh)oram, Jehu: Relations with Aram & Assyria Divided Monarchy II 7-1 Aramean Oppression of Israel and Judah 7-2 Jeroboam II & Uzziah:...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/current-events-list/4003-the-satellite-bible-atlas-a-must-have-resource
  • Ahab the Israelite

    it was buried, and his bloody chariot was washed in a pool there (1 Kgs 22:37-38). The rest of his family was killed when Jehu overthrew Joram, Ahab's son, some 12 years later (2 Kgs 9-10). Ahab and Shalmaneser Ahab is one of a number of Israelite kings...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/divided-kingdom/3584-ahab-the-israelite
  • Tel Ta'yinat

    the ancient city of Kunulua, capital of the kingdom of Patina/Unqi. Incidentally, this was the same Assyrian monarch to whom Jehu, king of Israel (841-814 B.C.) paid tribute as depicted on the Black Obelisk. Two other significant inscriptions correlate...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/divided-kingdom/3615-tel-tayinat
  • Iraq and the Bible

    king of Judah (Ahaz). A prize find was made in the palace of Shalmaneser III - the so-called "Black Obelisk" that depicts Jehu, king of Israel, bowing before Shalmaneser III as he presents tribute. Tell al-Rimah In 1967, a stela of the Assyrian king...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/divided-kingdom/3872-iraq-and-the-bible
  • Signed, Sealed and Delivered: An Archaeological Exposition of Jeremiah 32:1-15

    11:21-23, 29:27, 32:7-9; Hareuveni 1991). It was also a Levitical city (Josh. 21:18). Two of David's mighty men, Abiezar and Jehu, came from this city (2 Sam. 23:27; 1 Chron. 11:28, 12:3, 27:12). A high priest, Abiathar, was exiled to his estate in the...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/divided-kingdom/3676-signed-sealed-and-delivered-an-archaeological-exposition-of-jeremiah-32115
  • Mesha, King of Moab

    (1 Kgs 16:21-28), who ruled 885-873 BC. Omri established a dynasty which lasted until his grandson Joram was assassinated by Jehu in 841 BC. The term 'son' in the inscription simply means descendent, as we know from the Bible and other ancient Near...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/divided-kingdom/3437-mesha-king-of-moab
  • Nahum and Nineveh

    for the first time. Another important object was the Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III. This obelisk had one panel with King Jehu of Israel bowing down before Shalmaneser. Yet, the rooms I was most interested in were the ones containing the bas-relief of...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/divided-kingdom/4242-nahum-and-nineveh
  • The Old Testament and the Ancient Near East: Profits and Losses

    of King Hazael of Damascus, well-known from the Bible as an oppressor of Israel during 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...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/ancient-near-eastern-studies/2368-the-old-testament-and-the-ancient-near-east-profits-and-losses
  • A Critical Analysis of the Evidence from Ralph Hawkins for a Late-Date Exodus-Conquest

    MA: Hendrickson, 1998) 246, 249; Kitchen, On the Reliability 83; T. C. Mitchell, “Israel and Judah until the Revolt of Jehu (931–841 B.C.)” in CAH 3.1.445–46; Gershon Galil, The Chronology of the Kings of Israel and Judah (Leiden: Brill, 1996) 14;...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/conquest-of-canaan/3103-a-critical-analysis-of-the-evidence-from-ralph-hawkins-for-a-latedate-exodusconquest

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