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Also known as Simon Chosamaeus. A name found only in 1 Esdras 9:32 in a list of the sons of Annan.
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CHOSAMAEUS (PERSON) [Gk Chosamaios (Χοσαμαιος)]. A name associated with Simon, a son of Annan, who divorced his foreign wife during Ezra’s reform (1 Esdr 9:32). Although the RSV follows the LXX by listing Simon Chosamaeus as the last of the five sons of Annan, the apparently parallel account in Ezra
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Chosamaeus kos′uh-mee′uhs (Χοσαμαιος). A Simon Chosamaeus is listed as one of the five sons or descendants of Annan who had married foreign wives (1 Esd. 9:32). What appears to be the parallel account (Ezra 10:31–32) lists eight sons of Harim (one of whom is named Simeon), but it does not include Chosamaeus.
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