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A grandson of great-grandson of .



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A soldier of   who kills a   giant-   is in charge of a military division of 24,000 soldiers which serves   in the eighth month of every year.



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A grandson of great-grandson of .



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A grandson of great-grandson of .



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King   of Israel sends communications to this king, an act which is seen as rebellious by   king of who at the time is 's  overlord.



father of



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A descendant of .



father of



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Descendants of this servant of   return to   with   following the edict of .



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On 's  way to their homeland they need to pass through the land of   sends a request to the king, asking for free passage through his territory.   refuses and a war ensues which Israel wins soundly, capturing   lands ( ). The story of 's  defeat is recounted by   prior to his war with .



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Descendants of .



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A general of   under the kingship of During the battle against the Israelite forces led by   escapes the tumult and hides in the tent of wife of   asks   for some water but she gives him milk instead. When   drops off to sleep, his hostess rams a tent peg through his head. This action fulfills the prophecy of who foretells that   will be felled by a woman ( : ).



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Descendants of this   return to   with   following the edict of .



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Descendants of this   return to   with   following the edict of .



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A man from   who settles in   in the time of a move which was unusual then.



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A descendant of .



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A   who returns to   with .



father of



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A descendant of   who is one of the early settlers in   following the Jews' return to their homeland.



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A man from   who settles in   in the time of a move which was unusual then.



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A   who gives his name to a family of   in the time of the Second Temple.



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An officer of   king of   who participates in the conquest of .



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A gatekeeper for the sanctuary in .



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3,630 (or 3,930) of this man's descendants return to   with   following the edict of .



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A governor of Persia based in the who along with his partners   and harasses   comes to Israel armed with letters from the Persian king, allowing him to embark on reconstruction of the city of These he presents to   and   who are not pleased with the prospect. At first they merely mock claiming that his plan is a rebellion against the king, and that anyway the project could not possibly succeed. However, once   and   see that indeed the Jews' work is proceeding and that breaches in the walls are being repaired, they become angry and plan to fight the workers.   sets up a guard to protect the city from this threat: half the workers continue the labour on the wall while the other half patrol the area.   and   plan to kill   and repeatedly ask him to meet them in one of the villages near   however is wise to their plot and refuses.   then sends a messenger to   with a letter containing this message: "everybody is talking about the true reason you have built the wall - you wish to rebel against the king and to declare yourself king of Come, let us discuss the issue."   replies that this claim is a complete fabrication.



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King of king of   refuses to pay tribute to   in an attempt to break free from that kingdom.   marches on   and captures all of its fortified cities, occupying As a result,   agrees to pay   whatever he demands. Even so,   sends three high-ranking military officers to   supported by an army. After several threats against the city (countered by encouragement to the Judeans from the prophet ) 's  army is wiped out by God.   flees to   where he is killed while praying by two of his sons   and   is succeeded by a third son, - .



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A descendant of .



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A   giant killed by .



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Descendants of this servant of   return to   with   following the edict of .



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A king of   sends a military commander to capture .


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