Gedaliah

According to the Hebrew Bible, Gedaliah (ə or ə; גְּדַלְיָּה G`dalyyâh or {Hebrew|גְּדַלְיָהוּ} G`dalyyâhû, meaning Jah has become great) was appointed by Nebuchadnezzar II of Babylon as governor of Yehud province, which was formed after the defeat of the Kingdom of Judah and the destruction of Jerusalem, in a part of.....
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Gedaliah

(from the article `Jeremiah`) When Jerusalem finally fell, Jeremiah was released from prison by the Babylonians and offered safe conduct to Babylonia, but he preferred to remain ... a minor Jewish observance (on Tishri 3) that mournfully recalls the assassination of Gedaliah, Jewish governor of Judah and appointee of ... [2 related a...
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Gedaliah

Gedaliah (gedulī'u) , in the Bible. 1. Son of Jeremiah's protector Ahikam and guardian under Nebuchadnezzar of the Jews who were exempt from the Captivity. He was treacherously murdered, and the day of his death in the seventh month is still observed as a Jewish fast. 2. Musician. 3. Ances...
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