Nethan'eel (Heb. Nethanel', נתִנאֵל , given of God; Sept. Ναθδναήλ), the name of ten Hebrews. SEE NATHANIEL.
1. A son of Zuar and phylarch of Issachar at the time of the exode (Nu 1:8; Nu 2:5; Nu 7:18,28; Nu 10:15). B.C. 1657.
2. The fourth son of Jesse, and brother of king David (1Ch 11:14). B.C. cir. 1070.
3. A priest who blew a trumpet before the ark when David brought it from Kirjath-Jearim to Jerusalem (1Ch 15:24). B.C. 1043.
4. A Levite, father of the scribe Shemaiah (1Ch 24:6). B.C. ante 1014.
5. A porter of the Temple, fifth-named son of Obededom of the family of Korhites in the tribe of Levi (1Ch 26:4). B.C. cir. 1014.
6. One of five "princes" who were commanded by Jehoshaphat, on his accession, to teach the law from the book, in connection with priests and Levites, through the cities of Judah (2Ch 17:7). B.C. 912.
7. A chief Levite, brother of Conaniah and Shemaiah, who gave offerings when Josiah renewed the observance of the passover in Jerusalem (2Ch 35:9). B.C. 628.
8. Fourth named of six sons of Pashur, of the "sons of the priests," who were found by Ezra to have taken idolatrous wives (Ezr 10:22). B.C. 458.
9. A priest, "son" of Jedaiah, " chief of the fathers," in the days of the high- priest Joiakim (Ne 12:21). B.C. cir. 446.
10. A priest's son, and brother of Zechariah, who bore a trumpet at the dedication of the walls of Jerusalem (Ne 12:36). B.C. 446. Possibly he was identical with 9.