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A Levite and either a son of Korah and brother of Elkanah (Exod 6:24), or a descendant of Korah and son of Elkanah (1 Chr 6:23). Variant of Ebiasaph (1 Chr 6:37; 9:19). A contemporary of Phinehas, the grandson of Aaron.
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ABIASAPH (PERSON) [Heb ʾăbı̂ʾāsāp (אֲבִיאָסָף)]. One of three sons of Korah (Exod 6:24), who led an uprising against Moses and Aaron in the wilderness (Numbers 16). Abiasaph is listed as the head of a Korahite clan in a genealogy relating Aaron and Moses to the Levitical order (Exod 6:14–25; cf. Num
ASAPH (PERSON) [Heb ʾāsāp (אָסָף)]. ASAPHITE. Three individuals in the OT bear the name Asaph (see also 4. below). In addition, this name occurs in the inscription lʾsp on a seal from Megiddo which has been variously dated to the 8th or 7th century b.c.e. (Diringer 1934: 168–69).1. Son of Berechiah,
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Ebiasaph (i-bi´uh-saf; Heb., “my father has gathered”; more properly Abiasaph, Exod. 6:24).1 A Levite, the son of Korah through Izhar and either the father (1 Chron. 6:23) or the brother (Exod. 6:24) of Assir.2 A Levite, the son of Elkanah and great-grandson of a Korah through Uzziel (1 Chron. 6:37),
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EBI´ASAPH (e-biʹa-saf; “gatherer”). The son of Elkanah and father of Assir, in the genealogy of the Kohathite Levites (1 Chron. 6:23). In v. 37 he is called a son of Korah. From a comparison of that circumstance with Ex. 6:24 most interpreters have identified him with Abiasaph (which see) of the latter