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Hezekiah, 266-80.

Jehoahaz, 298.

Jehoiachin, 306-8.

Jehoiakim, 299306.

Jehoram, 209.

Jehoshaphat, 206 ff.

Joash, 216

Josiah, 286-97.

Jotham, 248-56.

Manasseh, 281-5.

Mattaniah-Zedekiah,3o8-i5.

Rehoboam, 179-89.

Zedekiah-Mattaniah,3c8-i 5.
Judaism loses its national meaning,

392-
Judas Maccabasus, 461-87.

accused by Alcimus before Deme-
trius II., 482.

appointed his father's successor,
461.

at war with the Idumaeans, 474.

at war with the Syrians under
Lysias, 478.

defeats Apollonius and Heron,
462.

defeats Gorgias the Syrian, 468.

defeats Lysias the Syrian, 469.

defeats Nicanor twice, 484-5.

falls in a battle against Bacchides,

487-

makes overtures to Rome, 485.

punishes Timotheus and the Am-
monites, 475.

returns to Jerusalem, 471.



INDEX.



545



Judges appointed by Moses, 26.
name of the temporary deliverers

of Israel, 59-67.
Book of, iii. 8 and 10, 60 ; vi. 13,

58; xi. 7, 65.
importance of the, 68.
Justice administered among the

Judaeans, 394.
supreme court of, 394.

Kanna religious zeal, 199.
Kedeshim and Kedeshoth, 54, 198,

283.

Kehillah, a Levitical guild, 76.
Kenites, allies of the Israelites, 38.
Kikkar ~ meadows, 45.
King desired by the tribes, 80.
Kingdom of Israel not an offspring

of affection, 81.
See Israel.

Kingdom of Judah. See Judah.
Kings, First book of the, viii. 27,

348 ; xviii. 21 ; xxi. 19, 203.

Second book of the, ix. 25, 203.

Kirjath-Jearim, ark of covenant at,

72, 119.

Lachish, Sennacherib's encampment

at, 273.
Lake Merom, victory of Joshua

near, 37.
Lake of the Harp, or lake of Galilee,

42.

Lamentations of Jeremiah, 316, 319.

Law of Moses and its influence, 385.

authority of, among the Judseans,

393-
interpreted by Jesus Sirach, 440.

maligned by Menelaus, 449.

regularly read at Jerusalem, 395.

strict observance of, 387, 397.

translated into Greek, 510.

See Pentateuch and Septuagint.
Law books among the Judaeans of
Babylonia, 364.

of Judah, 292.

strictly adhered to by the Samari-
tans, 392.

taught and enforced by Ezra-Ne-

hemiah, 365, 378.

Laws concerning purity and impu-
rity, 401.

Lebanon, Mount, 44.
Leontopolis the site of the temple

of Onias, 508.
Levites, and Egyptians, 8.

assist Samuel, 76.

destitute forsake the temple, 382.



Levites, emigrate to Judah from Is-
rael, 187.

explain the law, 379.
help to consecrate the walls, 381.
how to be supported, 382.
leave Jerusalem for want of sup-
_ port, 372, 377.
live in Shiloh, 69.
rebuke the people for idolatry, 58.
receive no lands in Canaan, 40.
re-instated by Judas Maccabaeus,

473-
return to Jerusalem, 386.

scatter over the country after

Shiloh's destruction, 72.
side with David against Absalom,

141.

true to God, 12.
Leviticus, xvii. 7, n.
Licentiousness to be spurned, 41.
Lysias the Syrian, 463-82.
besieges Jerusalem, 479.
censured by the Romans, 481 f.
defeated by Judas Maccabaeus, 469.
general of Antiochus Epiphanes,

463, 476.

guardian of Antiochus V., 477.
invades Judaea victoriously, 478.
makes a truce with the Judseans,

480.

put to death by Demetrius II., 482.
Lysimachus, 437, 448-9.

Maachah, Rehoboam's mother, wor-
ships Astarte, 188.
Maccabaeus. See Judas Maccabaeus.
Maccabees, the, 458-531.

First book of, i. 26-28, 452.
Macedonia, Alexander of, 412.

Philip of, 4iT.

Macedonian kingdom dissolved, 416.
Macedonians, influence of, 411.
Mackpelah, 4.

Mahanaim, residence of Ishbosheth,
108.

welcomes the fugitive David, 144.
Malachi, the last of the prophets,

384.

Malcom or Milcom, god of the Am-
monites, 55, 128.

Manasseh, settlement of the tribe of,

35-
Manasseh, king of Judah, 281-5.

Manasseh appointed high priest of
the temple at Gerizim, 390.

banished from Judah by Nehe-
miah, 386.

marries Sanballat's daughter, 383.



546



INDEX.



Manetho's libels on the Judaeans,
510.

Marriage, mixed. See Intermarri-
ages.

Martyrs executed by Antiochus Epi-
phanes, 456.

Maschal or allegorical poems, 158.

Mattaniah (Zedekiah), King of Ju-
dah, 308.

Mattathias and his five sons, 459.

Medes, 287, 303.

Media conquered by Cyrus, 342.

Megiddo, battle at, 297.

Menmon, governor of Ccelesyria,

414-
Menahem.son of Gadi, King of Israel,

244-8.

Menelaus. See Onias Menelaus.
Meonenim zz cloud-seers among the

Philistines, 55.

Mephibosheth, Jonathan's son be-
comes lame for life, 104.
spared by David, 123.
Merodach-Baladan of Babylonia,

278.

Merom, battle at Lake, 37.
Mesa of Moab, defeated by Jehoram,

209.

Messengers of God, 403.
Micah II, contemporary of Isaiah,

251, 261, 273.
Book of, chapter vi. 4, 12.
Michaiah, the prophet, inimical to

Ahab, 205.
Michal, Saul's second daughter, 100-

120.

married to David, 100.
rebukes him for dancing in front

of the ark, 120.
returned to David, no.
Michm ash, Jonathan's headquarters,

494-
Saul defeats the Philistines at, 87.

Midianite maidens beguile the Isra-
elites, 28.

Midianites ravaging Palestine are
defeated by Gideon and 300 war-
riors, 62.

Midrash, the, 396.

' Millo '=: border, 118.

site of Solomon's palace, 168.

Miriam, 12.

Mixed language of the Samaritans,
391.

Mixed marriages. See Intermarri-
ages.

Mizpah, annual meetings of the
people under Samuel at, 78.



Mizpah, centre of importance and a

holy place, 321.
Gedaliah's capital, 319.
Judas Maccabasus assembles the

army at, 467.
Saul elected at, 83.
Mnevis, the white bull, 9.
Moabites, after the exile, 362.

defeated and subdued by David,

125.
defeated by Jehoram and Jehosha-

phat, 209.

influencing the worship of the Is-
raelites, 56.

made tributaries by Omri, 194.
routed by the Israelites under

Ehud, 60.

Moabitess, Ruth the, 370.
Modin, residence of Mattathias, 459,

469.
Moloch, Ahab sacrifices his son to,

260.

sacrifices to, 283, 300.
Monotheism, 5,402.
Moriah, Mount, 115.
a sacred place, 138.
site of Solomon's Temple, 162.
Moses, 12-31.

and his councillors, 25.
called as deliverer, 15.
characteristic of, 30.
death of, 30.
grave of, not known, 31.
the great leader, 17.
song of, 293.
Mount Gerizim, temple on, 390.

Sinai, 20.

Mountains of Palestine, 44-45.
Mourners of Zion in the exile, 337.
Murder to be spurned, 41.
Mylitta, worship of, introduced in

Israel, 247, 282.

Mythology of the nations surround-
ing Israel, 53.

Naaman, the Syrian, 224.
Nabataeans receive Jonathan and

his followers, 498.
Nabonad, King of Babylonia, 342.

at war with Cyrus, 343.

persecutes the Judaeans, 342.
Nabopolassar of Babylon, 296, 303.
Naboth's vineyard, 201.
Nadab succeeds Jeroboam, 189.
Nahash, King of Ammonites, 80.

besieges Jabesh-Gilead, 89.

defeated by Saul, 90.

supports David against Saul, 100.



INDEX.



547



Naphtali, settlement of the tribe of,

37-

Nathan, house of, 249.
Nathan, the prophet, 113.
and David, 132, 150.
sides with Solomon against

Adonijah, 153.
National decay, 317.
Nature in Palestine, poetry of, 48.
Nazarite order instituted by Elijah,

200, 422.
Nebuchadnezzar, King of Babylon,

3 3-33i-

and Jehoiachin, 306.
and Jehoiakim, 305-6.
and Zedekiah, 308.
appoints Gedaliah Governor of

Judah, 319.
defeats Hophra, King of Egypt,

312.
oubdues Judah and conquers

Jerusalem, 307, 310 ff.
treats the exiles kindly, 329.
Nebuzaradan destroys Jerusalem,

S'S. 3!9. 3 2 5-
Nechalim =2 winter streams, 46.

Necho, son of Psammetich of Egypt,

296.

defeats Josiah at Megiddo, 297.
deposes at Riblah Jehoahaz, and
appoints Eliakim king of Judah,
299.

Negeb the arid land, 48.
Nehemiah, Artaxerxes' cup-bearer,

372.

and the great assembly, 381.

examines the genealogies to re-
populate Jerusalem, 378.

fortifies Jerusalem, 374-5.

has Ezra read the law to the
people, 378.

intrigued against by Sanballat,

375-
man of vigorous action, 373.

protests against enslaving the

poor, 376.

returns to Artaxerxes, 383.
Nehemiah's arrival in Jerusalem,

373-.
memoirs, 3878.

second visit to Jerusalem, 385.
Neighbouring nations and the

Israelites, 53-9.

Neriglissar,King of Babylon, 331-42.
Nicanor, general of Demetrius II.,

defeated by Maccabasus, 484.
Nob, place of worship during

Samuel's time, 79.



Nob, priests of, murdered by Saul,

100.
Number of the Judaeans in the exile,

332.
Number of the returning Judasans,

35 2 -
Numbers, Book of, xi. 29, 239.

Obadiah, Ahab's palace-superinten-
dent, 201.

the prophet, 326.

Officers appointed by Nehemiah, 382.
Olam-ha-ba the next world,4C>5.
Olives, Mount of, 45.
Olympian games in Judaea, 445.
Omri, King of Israel, 192.

allied with Ethbaal of Tyre, 194.

built Samaria, 193.
Onias I., the high priest, 413.
Onias II., the high priest, 423.
Onias III., the high priest, 437.

murdered, 448.
Onias IV. in Alexandria, 505.

temple of, 508.

the first Ethnarch, 507, 522.
Onias Menelaus, 437, 447, 454, 506.

appointed high priest, 447.

combats Jason, 451.

hellenises the Judaeans, 454.

maligns the law of Moses, 449

sacrificed by Lysias, 480.
Onion in Egypt, Province of, 508,510.
Ophir, Land of, 171.
Ophrah, Gideon's native place, 62.
Opposition of the Israelites against

Moses, 15.
Opposition of Pharaoh against

Moses, 1 6.

Original inhabitants of Canaan, i.
Ornah, the Jebusite, 138.
Osiris, 9.
Othniel, the first warrior judge, 60.

Palace of Solomon, 168.

Palestine, Origin of the name of, 55.

Paradise ~ Eden, 404.

Parallelism in Hebrew poetry, 29.

Parties, the three, in Judaea at the
death of Judas Maccabseus, 489.

Passage of the Israelites through the

Red Sea, 18.
through the Jordan, 32.

Passover festival among the Judae-
ans, 398.
of Josiah, 295.

Patriarchs, the, 4.

Pecht, Egyptian goddess, 9.

Pekah, the last king of Israel, 248.



548



INDEX.



Pekah, murdered by Hoshea, son of

Elah, 260.

submits to Tiglath-Pileser, 260.
Pekahiah, King of Israel, murdered

by Pekah, 248.
Pelethites, 122.
Pelusium besieged by Sennacherib,

276.

Penitential psalms, 337 f.
Pentapolis of the Philistines, ^f.
Pentateuch. See Law-Book.
Perizzites, 3.
Perpetual fire, an emblem of God's

presence, 24.
Persecution of the Judasans by Ar-

taxerxes, 408.
Persecution of the prophets under

Manasseh, 284.
Persian doctrines influence Hebrew

religion, 403.

religion and Hebrew monothe-
ism, 402.
Persians and Judaeans, 407.

conquered by Alexander the

Great, 412.

Pestilence in Israel underDavid, 138.
Petra, capital of the Idumasans, 222.
Pharaoh, opposition of Moses

against, 16.

Philip of Macedon, 432.
of Macedonia, 411.
regent of Syria, 480.
Philistines, 54 ff.

and Goliath defeated in the valley

of Tamarinths, 957.
and Samson, 66.
arouse Judah and Simeon, 77.
at war with David, 115.
capture the ark of the cove-
nant, 71-2.
defeat Saul and his army on

Gilboah, 103-4.

defeat the Israelites at Aphek, 70.
defeated by Azariah, 230.
defeated by David at Mount Baal

Perazim, 116.
defeated by Saul at Michmash,

88-9.

oppress Israel greatly, 66, 80, 84.
remain enemies of the Judae-

ans, 435, 467.
Philo, the elder, 517.
Philometor of Egypt, 504.
Philopator of Egypt, 429-32.
Phineas puts an end to the profligacy

of the people, 29.

Phoenicia, natural wealth and re-
sources of, 3.



Phoenicians Canaanites, 2.

defeated by Shalmaneser, 263 f.

customs and mythology of, 54

influencing the Israelites, 53 f.
Phraortes(Fravarth), King of Media,

287.
Pious, community of the, 436.

and worldly among the exiles, 339,

.349-

Plain of Sharon, or the low coun-
try, 45-

Poetic, allegories (maschal) of Solo-
mon, 158.

talents of David, 96.
Poetry, beginning of Hebrew, 29.
of Nature in Palestine, 48 f.
of the Exile, 340.

Polygamy indulged in by David, 161.
Saul, 95.
Solomon, 161.
Popillius Laenas, Roman deputy,

453-
Praise-songs in divine worship, 78.

Prayers prescribed among the Judas-
ans, 398.
Priests r= Aaronides.

expelled from Jerusalem take
charge of the temple on Mount
Gerizim, 390.

faithless to their promises, 383-4.

idolatrous, under Manasseh, 283.

in Israel, 25.

leave Jerusalem for want of sup-
port, 372.

neglected by Samuel, 79.

of Baal and Astarte in Israel, 107,
204.

provided for by Nehemiah, 382.

re-instated by Judas Maccabaeus,

473-

under Ahab, 261.
under Josiah, 294.
Priesthood reorganized by Solomon,

167.

Promises of God to David, 150 f.
Promises of God to the Patriarchs,

4 ff.
Prophecy re-awakened at Samuel's

time, 73.

Prophets, characteristics of the, 15.
followers of Isaiah, 253.
helping Samuel, 76.
in Bethel, Gilgal and Jericho, 20>;,

234.

of the Exile, 344.
persecuted by Jehoiakim, 300.
persecuted by Manasseh, 284.
trained by Elijah, 200.



INDEX.



549



Prophets under Josiah, 286, 288 f.
Prophets, Books of the, read in the

temple, 400.
Prophetess Deborah, 61.

Huldah, 286.

Prophetic spirit of God, its mean-
ing, 14.

writings, authoritative collection

of, 400.
Proselytes in Ezra's opinion, 367.

made in the exile, 338, 352, 356.
Prosperity under Gideon, 63.

Jeroboam II., 231.

Solomon, 172.
Proverbs, book of, 340.
Psalmists, 120, 279.

Penitential, 337.

in the exile, 340.
Psalms xxiv., 353.

Ixxviii. 60-64, 7 1 -

cii., 344-

cvii. 7 and 30, 355.

cxxii. 35, 121.

cxxvi., 352.

Ptolemies defeat Antiochus the
Great, 426.

Judaeans under the, 420.
Ptolemy L, Soter, King of Egypt,
416.

II. and the rebellious Judaeans,423.

V., Philometor, 437, 504, 506.

VI., Philopator, 425-32.

VII., Physcon, 450, 452, 506, 518.

Philadelphus and the Septuagint,

5*4-

Ptolemy ben Habub, kills his father-
in-law, Simon, at Dok, near
Jericho, 530.

Pul of Assyria invades Samaria,
246.

Pulpit oratory, origin of, 514.

Purification laws, 401.

Pydna, battle of, 453.

Rabbath-Ammon conquered by Da-

vid-Joab, 128.
conquered by Judas Maccabaeus,

474-
Rab-shakeh, Sennacherib's official

sent to Hezekiah, 274.
Ramah, conquered and fortified by

Baasha, 191.
Samuel in, 75.
Ramoth-Gilead, conquered by Ben-

hadad II., 205.
Razim royal couriers, 91.
Red Sea, passage of the, 18.
Rebuilding of the temple, 356-9.



Regicides in Israel, 189, 192, 211,
243, 244, 245.

Rehoboam succeeds his father Sol-
omon, 179.
ten tribes secede at Shechem

from, 180.

treaty with Tabrimon of Damas-
cus, 183.

Relapse into idolatry shortly after
giving the decalogue, 23.

Religion in the kingdom of Judah,

188.
in the kingdom of the ten tribes, 185

Religious reformation of the Judae-

ans in Babylonia, 363.
revival in Jerusalem under Joash,

217.
schools among the Judaeans, 396.

Repetition, a characteristic of He-
brew poetry, 29.

Rephaim, aborigines of Canaan, 2.

Repopulation of Jerusalem, 377.

Resurrection from the dead, 404.

Retribution, doctrine of, 404.

Return from the exile under Zerub-
babel, 351.

Reuben settles in the trans-Jordanic
territory (Gilead), 29.

Reuel, Moses' father-in-law, 14.

Revelation on Mount Sinai, 20.

Revelations to Samuel, 74.

Rezin of Damascus, 248, 257.
slain by Tiglath-Pileser, 259.

Rezon of Zobah, 177.

Riblah, encampment of Nebuchad-
nezzar at, 313.

Riblah, Necho at, 299.

Rizpah and the Gibeonites, no.
coveted by Abner, no.
Saul's concubine, 95.

Romans and Antiochus Epiphanes,

443 ff -
and Judas Maccabasus, 485.

and Perseus at Pydna, 453.

and the Judaeans, 526.

defeat Antiochus the Great, 434.

support Simon, 525.

support the Hasmonaeans, 490.
Ruth, book of, written against Ezra's
decision on the illegality of in-
termarriages, 370, 411.

Sabbath, strict observance of, under

Nehemiah, 386.
later observance of, 397.
Sabbatical year, 393.
Sabia (Sheba), Queen of, visits

Solomon, 173.



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INDEX.



Sacrifices among the Israelites,

24, 57-
among the Judaeans, 401.

human, in Judah under Ahab, 261.
Sacrilege by Antiochus Epiphanes,

451.
Antiochus the Great and his son,

434-

Onias Menelaus, 448.
Salt sea or sea of the deep basin, 43.
Samael, the demon, 403.
Samaria, built, 193.

besieged by Benhadad III., 221 f.

capital of Ccelesyria, 414.

taken by Shalmaneser, 263 f.
Samaria, Land of ~ kingdom of the
ten tribes, 193 ff.

after Pekah's death, 262.

colonised by Esarhaddon, 285.

invaded by Pul of Assyria, 246.
Samaritans, 285, 355.

enemies of the Judaeans, 389, 410,
467.

in Alexandria oppose the Judceans,

5I5-
intermarry with the Judaeans, 361.

interrupt the rebuilding of the
temple, 357.

kill Andromachus, 414.

retain the Old Hebrew characters
of the alphabet, 396.

temple of, on Mount Gerizim, 390.
Samson fights the Philistines, 66.
Samuel, Elkanah's son, 72.

anoints Uavid, 96.

anoints Saul, 82, 90.

at discord with Saul, 92.

kills Agag at Gilgal, 93.

the second Moses, 72.

unites all the tribes, 77.
Samuel, First Book of, xiv. 12 and
45, 87, 89; xv. 12-33, 93, 94;
xvii. 47, 130.
Sanballat attacks Jerusalem, 371.

hostile towards Judaea, 369.

intrigues against Nehemiah, 375.

leader of the Samaritans, 362.

marries his daughter to Manasseh,

383, 386, 389.

Sanctuary and temple, less important
after the exile, 379.

at Jerusalem, 120 f.

at Shiloh, 41, 57.

contents of, 24.

re-opened by Hezekiah, 268.
Sarepta, Elijah at, 203.
Satan, 403.
Saul abandoned by God, 93.



Saul, at discord with Samuel, 92.

defeated by the Philistines, 103.

defeats the Amalekites, 91 f.

defeats the Ammonites, 88 f.

fights the Philistines, 85.

first king in Israel, 82-105.

kills himself, 104.

meets Uavid, 97.

persecutes David, 99 f.
Saul's character and position, 83.

election as king confirmed, 90.

jealousy and madness, 98 f.

remains brought to Zelah, 124.

severity, 88 f.
Schools of the prophets, 205, 234.

and the Sopherim, 396.
Scopas, routed by the Syrians, 433.

takes Jerusalem, 432.
Scythians, the, 287.
Secession of the ten tribes from the

house of David, 181 ff.
Seleucidae, era of the, 417 ff.

ruling Judaea, 432.
Seleucus, 417.

II. and Hyrcanus, 438.
Sennacherib's army destroyed, 277.

war against Egypt, 273.

war against Hezekiah, 270.
Sennacherib murdered by his sons,

280.

Septuagint, the, 512 ff.
Seraiah, the high priest, 314, 365.
Service, divine. See \Vort-hip.
Settlement of the Judaeans in Egypt,

53-
of the tribes in Canaan, 35 ff.

Seventy, Council of the, 394.

elders of Moses, 25 f.
Seyag the fence around the law,

397-

Shallum, husband of Huldah, 293.
Shallum, King of Israel, 244.
Shallum, King of Judah, 298.
Shalmaneser takes Samaria and

Tyre, 263 f.
Shamgar, 60.

Shaphan under Josiah, family of, 292.
Sharon, plain of, 45.
Shealtiel, King Jehoiachin's son, 342.
Sheba the Benjamite rebels against

David, 148.
killed at Abel, 150.
Sheba, Queen of, visits Solomon,

173-
Shebna, Hezekiah's sochen, 268-71.

Shechariah suggests the people's
covenant against proselytes anc 1
intermarriages, 368.



INDEX.



551



Shechem, 4, 36.

capital of Jeroboam, 180.
Shechemites' feud with Abimelech,

63-

Shefelahzzlow country, 45.
Shemaiah, the prophet, prevents a
civil war between Judacans and
Benjamites, 184.
Shiloh (Salem), ark of the covenant

at, 41, 57.

at the time of the Judges, 69.
destroyed by the Philistines, 71.
Shimei executed by Solomon, 160 f.
of Bahurim reviles Uavid, 142.
pretends enthusiasm for the re-
turning king, 147.

Shir-ha-shirim song of songs, 431.
Shishak of Egypt inimical to Israel,

176.
assists Jeroboam against Reho-

boam, 184.
Shobi, Hanun's brother, assists

David against Absalom, 144.
becomes king of the Ammonites,

129.

Shofetim judges, 59.
Sidon, 3.
Sihon slain by the Israelites at

Jahaz, 27-29.
Simeon and Judah assist the other

tribes under Samuel, 76.
tribe of, merged in the tribe of

Judah, 39.

Simon I. the Just and his descend-
ants, 420.

improvements of, 421.
's children, 423.
Simon II., the high priest, 432.
Simon, the Benjamite, 437 f.
Simon, brother of Judas Macca-

baeus, 459, 461, 475, 489, 498.
and Demetrius II., 521.
at the head of the nation, 500-31.
becomes high priest, 521.
defeats the Syrians, 493.
expels the Hellenists, 523.
killed by his son-in-law, 530.
quarrels with the Syrian king, 528.
Simon's coinage, 525, 528.
league with the Romans, 525.
sons defeat Cendebaeus, 529.
Sinai, Mount, 20.
Sirach, Jesus, 439.
Sisera defeated by Barak and slain

by Jael, 61.
Sochen =. superintendent of the

palace, 249, 268.
Solomon, 133-77.



Solomon, and queen of Sheba, 173-4.

anointed king during David's life-
time, 153.

author of allegorical poems, 158.

causes the murder of Adonijah
and Joab, 160.

David's successor, 153.

discontent of tribes against, 174.

king over Israel, 156-78.

Solomon's buildings, 162.

children, 177.

choice of wisdom, 158.

court, 161.

death, 177.

fleet, 170.

greatness, 156.

temple, 162.

weaknesses, 157.
Song of Deborah, 61.

Moses, 293.
Song of songs, 430 f.
Songs of praise, an element in wor-
ships, 78, 1 20.

Songs of praise by David, 120 f.
Songs of war, the earliest Hebrew

poetry, 29.
Songs of the prophets, 200, 205, 234,

2 S3-
Sopheric age, the, 389 ff.

regulations, 395.
Sopherim and schools, 396.
Spirit, prophetic, and its meaning,

14.
Successors of Alexander the Great,

416.
Supreme Council of the Judae-

ans, 394.

Symmetry in Hebrew poetry, 29.
Synagogues, 401.
Syrians. See Seleucidae.

Tabernacles, Feast of, 380.
Tabor, Mount, 44.
Talmide Chachamim, 396.
Tamar seduced by her half-brother

Amnon, 134.
Tax-collector, Joseph appointed as,

425-

Tekoa, Amos of, 235.
Tekoah, wise woman of, 136.
Temple at Jerusalem planned by

David, 150.

built by Solomon, 162 ff.
cleansed and repaired by Josiah,

288, 294.

consecrated (1007 B. C.), 166.
denied by Antiochus Epiphanes
451, 454. See also Sacrilege.



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INDEX.



Temple rebuilt after the exile, 356-9.
re-consecrated by Judas Macca-

basus, 471.

repaired by Jonsh, 218.
thrown into the background after

the exile, 379.

Temple of Baal in Samaria, 197.
Temple of Onias in Egypt, 508.
Temple of the Samaritans on Geri-

zim, 390.
Temple-mount fortified by Judas

Maccabaeus, 473.
Temple-worship restored, 382.

Ten tribes, beginning of the king-
dom of the, 181.

end of the kingdom of the, 265.

See also Israel.
Theodotus, a Samaritan poet, 517.

Throne-chamber of Solomon, 168-9.

Tibni and Omri, civil war between,
192.

Tiglath-Pileser of Assyria, 258.
assists Ahaz against Rezin and
Pekah, 259.

Timotheus, leader of the Ammon-
ites, 474.

Tirhakah, king of Egypt, and Senna-
cherib, 276.

Tirzah, capital of the kingdom of
the ten tribes, 189.

Tithes for the Priests and Levites,
382.

Tobiades, 432, 435.

Tobiah expelled by Nehemiah,

385-

hostile towards Judsea, 369, 375.
leader of the Ammonites, 362.
returns to Jerusalem, 383.
Tobias, son-in-law of Simon the

Just, 423.

Torah Law, which see
Transjordanic territory allotted to

Reuben and Gad, 29.
Tribal union, 7.
Tribes, allotment of land to the,

36 ff.

discontented under Solomon, 174.
disintegration of, 37 f.
isolation of the, in Canaan, 36.
the ten, secede from Rehoboam,

181.

united by Samuel, 72.
Tryphon. See Uiodotus.
Tyre Zor, 3, 80.

besieged by Nebuchadnezzar, 306.
captured by Shalmaneser, 64.
founded by the Sidonians, 80.



Tyre in Jeroboam's II. time, 232.

taken by Alexander the Great,4i 2.
Tyrus, residence of Hyrcanus, 437.

Union of all the tribes under Samu-
el, 77.
Israel and Judah under David,

112.

Uriah, the Hittite, 131.
Uriah, the prophet, 301.
Uzziah. See Azariah.

Wanderings of the Israelites in the

desert, 20.
War-songs, the earliest Hebrew

poetry, 29.

Wives of Solomon, 161.
Worldly among the exiles, 339 f.,

349-
Worship among the early Israelites,

5f-

among the Egyptians, 9.

among the Judaeans, 399.

at the temple, restored by Nehe-
miah, 382.

centre of, at Shiloh, 41, 57.

centre of, later at Jerusalem, 120.

improved under Samuel, 78.

of Baal and Astarte by the Phoe-
nicians, 54 f.

of Dagon by the Philistines, 55.

under David, 151 f.



Xerxes, successor of Darius, 361.

Zachariah, the high priest, stoned,
220.

Zachariah, the post-exilic prophet,
359-

Zadok, high priest in Gibeon, 120.
appointed chief high priest, 152 ff.
sides with David against Absa-
lom, 141.

Zadok's descendants sole incum-
bents of the high-priesthood,
1 60.

deprived by Manasseh of their
right and income, 284.

Zebaoth, Adonai, 130 f.

Zebulon, settlement of, 37.

Zechariah, son of Berechia, contem-
porary of Isaiah, 254, 259.

Zechariah, son of Jeroboam II., King
of Israel, 343.



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