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Amaziah (son of Joash)
Son of Joash, eighth king of Judah after the separation of Judah and Israel.
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
AMAZIAH (PERSON) [Heb ʾămaṣyāhû (אֲמַצְיָהוּ)]. The name held by four persons in the Hebrew Bible. The name means “Yahu is strong” (TPNAH 75: 163).1. The 9th ruler of the southern kingdom of Judah (ca. 800–783 b.c.), the son of Joash, king of Judah (ca. 837–800 b.c.).The accounts of Amaziah’s reign
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Amaziah. 1. Ninth king of Judah (796–767 bc), who at age 25 succeeded his father, King Joash, when Joash was assassinated after a 40-year reign (2 Kgs 12:19–21). Amaziah’s mother was Jeho-addin. He ruled Judah for 29 years before he too was killed by assassins (14:18–20). When Amaziah began his reign,
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Amaziah (son of Joash)
1. The son and successor of Jehoash, and the eighth king of Judah after the breach with Israel (2 K. 14:1–20; 2 Ch. 25). Amaziah had a peaceable accession at the age of twenty-five. Judah had suffered considerably at the hands of Syria during his father’s reign, but Amaziah’s reign marked the beginning
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
AMAZIAH1. The ninth ruler of Judah, a son of Joash and Jehoaddan (Jehoaddin in 2 Kgs 14:2 RSV). Twenty-five years of age when he ascended the throne, he reigned for 29 years. There is disagreement on the dates of his reign. E.R. Thiele has placed the beginning of Amaziah’s reign at 796 b.c. with a co-regency
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Amaziah [ăm ə zīˊə] (Heb. ˒amaṣyâ, ˓amaṣyāhû “Yahweh is strong”).
Catholic Bible Dictionary
AMAZIAH (Hebrew, “Yahweh is mighty”) The son of Joash and the king of Judah (ca. 796–767 b.c.; 2 Kgs 14; 2 Chr 25). His reign began when his father was assassinated, and he ordered the assassins to be executed, although he permitted their sons to live (2 Kgs 14:5–6). The first significant event of his
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Amazi´ah (the strength of the Lord).1. Son of Joash, and eighth king of Judah, reigned b.c. 837–809. He succeeded to the throne at the age of 25, on the murder of his father, and punished the murderers. In order to restore his kingdom to the greatness of Jehoshaphat’s days, he made war on the Edomites,