Azareel

Aza'reel (Hebrews Azarel', עֲזִראֵל, helped by God), the name of five men.

1. (Sept. Ο᾿ζριήλ v. r. Ε᾿λιήλ.) One of the Benjamite slingers and archers that repaired to David at Ziklag (1Ch 12:6). B.C. 1054.

2. (Sept. Ε᾿ζριήλ v. r. Α᾿σριήλ.) The head of the eleventh division of the musicians in the Temple, consisting of himself and eleven others of his family (1Ch 25:18; called UZZIEL in ver. 4). B.C. 1014.

Bible concordance for AZAREEL.

3. (Sept. Ε᾿ζριήλ v. r. Α᾿ζαριήλ.) Son of Jeroham, and viceroy over the tribe of Dan under David and Solomon (1Ch 27:22). B.C. 1014.

4. (Sept. Ε᾿ζριήλ) An Israelite, one of the descendants of Bani, who renounced the Gentile wife whom he had married on the return from Babylon (Ezr 10:41). B.C. 459.

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

5. (Sept. Ε᾿σριήλ v. r. Ε᾿σδριήλ, Οζιήλ) Son of Ahasai and father of Amashai, which last was one of the chiefs of the 128 mighty men of the priests who served at the Temple under the supervision of Zabdiel, on the restoration from Babylon (Ne 11:13). B.C. cir. 440. He is probably the same with one of the first company of priests who were appointed with Ezra to make the circuit of the newly completed walls with trumpets in their hands (Ne 12:36, where the name is Anglicized "Azarael"). B.C. 446.

 
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