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1 Now King Solomon was king over all Israel.
2 These were his officials: Azariah the son of Zadok was athe priest;
3 Elihoreph and Ahijah, the sons of Shisha were secretaries; aJehoshaphat the son of Ahilud was the recorder;
5 and Azariah the son of Nathan was over athe deputies; and Zabud the son of Nathan, a priest, was the king’s friend;
8 These are their names: Ben-hur, in the ahill country of Ephraim;
13 Ben-geber, in aRamoth-gilead (bthe towns of Jair, the son of Manasseh, which are in Gilead were his: cthe region of Argob, which is in Bashan, sixty great cities with walls and bronze bars were his);
14 Ahinadab the son of Iddo, in aMahanaim;
15 aAhimaaz, in Naphtali (he also married Basemath the daughter of Solomon);
18 aShimei the son of Ela, in Benjamin;
19 Geber the son of Uri, in the land of Gilead, athe country of Sihon king of the Amorites and of Og king of Bashan; and he was the only deputy who was in the land.
23 ten fat oxen, twenty 1pasture-fed oxen, a hundred sheep besides deer, gazelles, roebucks, and fattened fowl.
27 Those deputies 1provided for King Solomon and all who came to King Solomon’s table, each in his month; they left nothing lacking.
28 They also brought barley and straw for the horses and aswift steeds to the place where it should be, each according to his charge.
32 aHe also spoke 3,000 proverbs, and his songs were 1,005.
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