Pelati'ah (Heb. Pelatyah', פּלִטיָה , delivered of Jehovah; also in the prolonged form Pelatyau 'hu, פּלִטיָהוּ Eze 11:1,13; Sept. Φαλετία, Φαλεττία, Nehemiah Φαλτία, in Ezekiel Φαλτίας), the name of four Jews.

1. Son of Ishi, of the tribe of Simeon, and one of the captains of the five hundred men who made a successful attack on the Amalekites in Mount Seir, in the reign of Hezekiah (1Ch 4:42). B.C. cir. 700.

2. The son of Benaiah, and one of the princes of the people against whom Ezekiel was directed to utter the words of doom recorded in Eze 11:5-12. The prophet in spirit saw him stand at the east gate of the Temple, and, as he spoke, the same vision showed him Pelatiah's sudden death (Eze 11:1,13). B.C. cir. 592.

Bible concordance for PELATIAH.

3. The first named of two (three) sons of Hananiah, among the descendants of David (1Ch 3:21). B.C. post 536.

4. One of the heads of the people who joined in the covenant with Nehemiah (Ne 10:22). B.C. cir. 440.

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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