Hezekiah

Hezekiah ə (Hebrew: {hebrew|חִזְקִיָּ֫הוּ, חִזְקִיָּ֫ה, יְחִזְקִיָּ֫הוּ|H̱izkiyyahu, H̱izkiyya, Yeẖizkiyyahu|Ḥizqiyyā́hû, Ḥizqiyyā, Yəḥizqiyyā́hû}; Ἐζεκίας, Ezekias, in the Septuagint; Ezechias; also transliterated as Ḥizkiyyahu or Ḥizkiyyah) was, according to the Hebrew Bible, ...
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Hezekiah

[n] - (Old Testament) king of Judah who abolished idolatry (715-687 BC)
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Hezekiah

[Khazar] Hezekiah ben Obadiah was the ruler of the Khazars, probably in the mid ninth century CE. He was the son of Obadiah, the descendant of Bulan who brought rabbinical scholars to and built yeshivot in Khazaria. Little is known about Hezekiah`s reign. As with other Bulanid rulers, it is unclear whether Hezekiah was Khagan or Khagan Bek ...
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Hezekiah

Hezeki'ah was the twelfth, and one of the best of the kings of Judah. He succeeded Ahaz about 717 BC and died about 698 BC. He repressed idolatry, fought successfully against the Philistines, and hoped to become entirely independent of Assyria, but had his fenced cities captured, and was mulcted in a large tribute. About this time Hezekiah had a se...
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Hezekiah

Hezekiah (hezukī'u) , in the Bible, king of Judah, son and successor of Ahaz. During his reign Sennacherib of Assyria routed (701 B.C.) the rebellious Jews and exacted a high indemnity from them. However, a plague in the Assyrian army saved (690 B.C.) Judah from a second invasion by Sennac...
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Hezekiah

Hezekiah is a Hebrew name for boys. The meaning is `God gives strength` The name Hezekiah is most commonly given to American boys.
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Hezekiah

In the Old Testament, King of Judah from 719 BC. Against the advice of the prophet Isaiah he rebelled against Assyrian suzerainty in alliance with Egypt, but was defeated by Sennacherib and had to...
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Hezekiah

son of Ahaz, and the 13th successor of David as king of Judah at Jerusalem. The dates of his reign are often given as about 715 to about 686 , but ... [9 related articles]
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