Shemir'amoth (Heb. Shemiramoth', שׁמַירָמוֹת, name of heights, i.e. Jehovah; Sept. Σμιραμώθ, v.r. Σιμιραμώθ, Σαμειραμώθ, etc.), the name of two Levites.

1. A musician "of the second degree" in the arrangement of the choral services by David (1Ch 15:18), playing "With psalteries on Alamoth" (ver. 20), and harps (16:5). B.C. 1043.

2. One of those sent by Jehoshaphat to teach the law throughout the land (2Ch 17:8). B.C. 909.

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See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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