Joram (brother of Tibni)
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Joram (Person)
JORAM (PERSON) [Heb yôrām (יֹורָם)]. Var. JEHORAM. 1. King of Judah, son and successor of Jehoshaphat. The years of his reign are variously reckoned as (852) 847–845 b.c.e. (Begrich 1929; and Jepsen 1979), (853) 848–841 b.c.e. (Thiele 1965), or 850–843 b.c.e. (Andersen 1969).Information concerning
The Ultimate Who’s Who in the Bible
Joram [Johr-uhn](Hebrew origin: God raised)(2 Samuel 8:10). 10th century b.c. Joram—called Hadoram in the first book of Chronicles (1 Chronicles 18:10)—was the son of Toi, the king of Hamath.Joram was sent by his father King Toi to King David with gifts of vessels of brass, silver and gold, to congratulate
All the People in the Bible: An A–Z Guide to the Saints, Scoundrels, and Other Characters in Scripture
Joram [jor-um] (יורם, “Yahweh Is High”) (1) son of Toi, king of Hamath; brought gifts and congratulations to David on his victory over Hadad-ezer; same as Hadoram (2) (2 Sam. 8:10) (2) king of Judah 849–842 bce; also called Jehoram; not the same as (3) below (2 Kings 8:16) (3) king of Israel 849–842