Azrikam

Az'rikam (Hebrews Azrikam', עִזרַיקָם, help against the enemy; Sept. Ε᾿ζρικάμ or Ε᾿ζρίκαμ;, once [2Ch 28:7] Ε᾿ζρίκάν), the name of four men.

1. The first of the six sons of Azel, of the tribe of Benjamin (1Ch 8:38; 1Ch 9:44). B.C. post 1037.

2. (Josephus, Ε᾿ρικάν, Ant. 9, 12, 1.) The governor of the king's house in the time of Ahaz, slain by Zichri an Ephraimite (2Ch 28:7). B.C. cir. 738.

Bible concordance for AZRIKAM.

3. A Levite, son of Hashabiah and father of Hasshub (1Ch 9:14; Ne 11:15). B.C. ante 536.

4. The last named of the three sons of Neariah, a descendant of Zerubbabel (1 Chronicles in,.23). B.C. cir. 404. He is perhaps the same as AZOR (q.v.), the son of Eliakim and father of Sadoc in Mt 1:13-14 (see Strong's Harmn. and Epeos. of Gospels, p. 16, 17).

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

 
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