Bilgah (priest with Zerubbabel)
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A priest who returned to Judah from exile with Zerubbabel (Neh 12:5). Shammua was the leader of the family in the postexilic period when Joiakim, the son of Jeshua, was the high priest (Neh 12:18).
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BILGAH (PERSON) [Heb bilgâ (בִּלְגָּה)] Var. BILGAI. Bilgah appears as a name for an individual only in 1 Chronicles and Nehemiah. 1 Chronicles identifies a priest Bilgah as a contemporary of David. Three priestly Bilgahs appear in Nehemiah. Yet the presence of Bilgah in the reign of David represents
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Bilgah bilʹgə [Heb. bilgâ—‘cheerfulness,’ ‘brightness’]. A priest or priestly family (1 Ch. 24:14); the fifteenth of twenty-four divisions of priests who officiated in the temple. A chief of the priests by this name is listed among those who returned from exile with Zerubbabel (Neh. 12:5, 18); he is
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