Shallum

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Shallum ("retribution") was the name of several people of the Old Testament.

Shallum of Israel[edit]

King of Israel.

Alternative name of Jehoahaz[edit]

King of Judah

Son of Tikvah[edit]

Keeper of the temple-wardrobe in the reign of Josiah (2 Kings 22:14) and husband of Huldah the Prophetess.

One of the posterity of Judah[edit]

(1 Chronicles 2:40, 41).

A descendant of Simeon[edit]

(1 Chr. 4:25).

A descendant of Levi[edit]

One of the line of the high priests (1 Chr. 6:13).

Israelite religious titles
Preceded by
Zadok
According to I Chronicles 6:12
Preceded by
Odeas
According to Josephus[1]
Preceded by
Hoshaiah
(According to the Seder 'Olam Zutta)
High Priest of Israel Succeeded by
Hilkiah

One of the sons of Naphtali[edit]

(1 Chr. 7:13).

A gatekeeper who lived in Jerusalem[edit]

(1 Chr. 9:17)

A Levite porter[edit]

(1 Chr. 9:19, 31; Jeremiah 35:4).

The uncle of the prophet Jeremiah[edit]

(Jer. 32:7).

Son of Hallohesh[edit]

Ruler of a half-district of Jerusalem, repaired a section of the wall of Jerusalem with the help of his daughters (Nehemiah 3:12).

  1. ^ Antiquities of the Jews 10:151–153 (10.8.6, in the order: book, chapter and verse.)