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毘烏利大 PEULIETHAI
代表
代上26:5
毘萊雅 PELAIAH
代表
代上3:24 尼8:7 尼10:10
ISBE
pe-la-ya, pe-li-a (pelayah):
(1) A son of Elioenai, of the royal house of Judah (1 Ch 3:24).
(2) A Levite who assisted Ezra by expounding the Law (Neh 8:7), and was one of those who sealed the covenant with Nehemiah (10:10). He is called "Phalias" in 1 Esdras 9:48 (Revised Version).
Easton
distinguished of the Lord. (1.) One of David's posterity (1 Chr. 3:24). (2.) A Levite who expounded the law (Neh. 8:7).
HDBN
the Lords secret or miracle
SBD
(distinguished by Jehovah ). A son of Elioenai, of the royal line of Judah. ( 1 Chronicles 3:24 ) (B.C. after 400.) One of the Levites who assisted Ezra in expounding the law, ( Nehemiah 8:7 ) He afterward sealed the covenant with Nehemiah. ( Nehemiah 10:10 ) (B.C.445.)
毘蘭 PIRAM
代表
書10:3
ISBE
pi-ram (piram, "indomitable"): King of Jarmuth, one of the five Amorite kings who leagued themselves against Joshuas invasion (Josh 10:3 ff).
Easton
like a wild ass, a king of Jarmuth, a royal city of the Canaanites, who was conquered and put to death by Joshua (10:3, 23, 26).
HDBN
a wild ass of them
SBD
(like a wild ass; fleet ) the Amorite king of Jarmuth at the time of Joshuas conquest of Canaan. ( Joshua 10:3 ) (B.C. 1450.)
沙亞弗 SHAAPH
代表
代上2:49 代上2:47
ISBE
shy-af (sha`aph):
(1) A son of Jahdai (1 Ch 2:47).
(2) The son of Maachah, a concubine of Caleb, the brother of Jerahmeel. Shaaph is called the "father," or founder, of the city Madmannah (1 Ch 2:48 f).
SBD
(division ). The son of Jahdai. ( 1 Chronicles 2:47 ) The son of Caleb the brother of Jerahmeel, by his concubine Maachah. ( 1 Chronicles 2:49 ) (B.C. after 1445.)
沙列 sheleph
代表
創10:26 代上1:20
ISBE
she-lef (shaleph, in pause; Septuagint Saleph): Son of Joktan (Gen 10:26; 1 Ch 1:20). Sheleph is the name of a Yemenite tribe or district, named on Sabean inscriptions and also by Arabian geographers, located in Southern Arabia.
HDBN
who draws out
SBD
(a drawing forth ), the second in order of the sons of Joktan. ( Genesis 10:26 ; 1 Chronicles 1:20 )
沙利色 SHAREZER
代表
王下19:37 賽37:38 亞7:2 亞7:3
ISBE
sha-rezer (saretser, sharetser): Corresponds to the Assyrian Shar-ucur, "protect the king"; found otherwise, not as a complete name, but as elements in personal names, e.g. Bel-shar-ucur, "may Bel protect the king," which is the equivalent of Belshazzar (Dan 5:1). The name is borne by two persons in the Old Testament:
(1) The son of Sennacherib, king of Assyria, who with ADRAMMELECH (which see) murdered his father (2 Ki 19:37; Isa 37:38). The Babylonian Chronicle says concerning Sennacheribs death: "On the 20th day of Tebet Sennacherib, king of Assyria, was slain by his son in a revolt." This differs from the Old Testament account in that it speaks of only one murderer, and does not give his name. How the two accounts can be harmonized is still uncertain. Hitzig, (Kritik, 194 ff), following Abydenus, as quoted by Eusebius, completed the name of Sennacheribs son, so as to read Nergal-sharezer = Nergal-shar-ucur (Jer 39:3,13), and this is accepted by many modern scholars. Johns thinks that Sharezer (sharetser or saretser) may be a corruption from Shar-etir-Ashur, the name of a son of Sennacherib (1-vol HDB, under the word). The question cannot be definitely settled.
(2) A contemporary of the prophet Zechariah, mentioned in connection with the sending of a delegation to the spiritual heads of the community to inquire concerning the propriety of continuing the fasts: "They of Beth-el had sent Sharezer and Regem-melech" (Zec 7:2). This translation creates a difficulty in connection with the succeeding words, literally, "and his men." The Revisers place in the margin as an alternative rendering, "They of Beth-el, even Sharezer .... had sent." Sharezer sounds peculiar in apposition to "they of Beth-el"; hence, some have thought, especially since Sharezer seems incomplete, that in the two words Beth-el and Sharezer we have a corruption of what was originally a single proper name, perhaps Bel-sharezer = Bel-shar-ucur = Bel-shazzar. The present text, no matter how translated, presents difficulties.
See REGEM-MELECH.
F. C. Eiselen
Easton
(god) protect the king!, a son of Sennacherib, king of Assyria. He and his brother Adrammelech murdered their father, and then fled into the land of Armenia (2 Kings 19:37).
HDBN
overseer of the treasury
SBD
(prince of fire ) was a son of Sennacherib, whom, In conjunction with his brother Adrammelech, he murdered. ( 2 Kings 19:37 ) (B.C. after 711.)
沙勒幔 SHALMAN
代表
何10:14
ISBE
shal-man (shalman): A name of uncertain meaning, found only once in the Old Testament (Hos 10:14), in connection with a place-name, equally obscure, "as Shalman destroyed Betharbel." Shalman is most commonly interpreted as a contracted form of Shalmaneser, the name of several Assyrian kings. If this explanation is correct, the king referred to cannot be identified. Some have thought of Shalmaneser IV, who is said to have undertaken expeditions against the West in 775 and in 773-772. Others have proposed Shalmaneser V, who attacked Samaria in 725. This, however, is improbable, because the activity of Hosea ceased before Shalmaneser V became king. Shalman has also been identified with Salamanu, a king of Moab in the days of Hosea, who paid tribute to Tiglath-pileser V of Assyria; and with Shalmah, a North Arabian tribe that invaded the Negeb. The identification of BETH-ARBEL (which see) is equally uncertain. From the reference it would seem that the event in question was well known and, therefore, probably one of recent date and considerable importance, but our present historical knowledge does not enable us to connect any of the persons named with the destruction of any of the localities suggested for Beth-arbel. The ancient translations offer no solution; they too seem to have been in the dark.
F. C. Eiselen
Easton
an Assyrian king (Hos. 10:14), identified with Shalmaneser II. (Sayce) or IV. (Lenormant), the successor of Pul on the throne of Assyria (B.C. 728). He made war against Hoshea, the king of Israel, whom he subdued and compelled to pay an annual tribute. Hoshea, however, soon after rebelled against his Assyrian conquerer. Shalmaneser again marched against Samaria, which, after a siege of three years, was taken (2 Kings 17:3-5; 18:9) by Sargon (q.v.). A revolution meantime had broken out in Assyria, and Shalmaneser was deposed. Sargon usurped the vacant throne. Schrader thinks that this is probably the name of a king of Moab mentioned on an inscription of Tiglath-pileser as Salamanu.
HDBN
peaceable; perfect; that rewards
SBD
(fire-worshipper ), a contraction for Shalmaneser king of Assyria. ( Hosea 10:14 ) Others think it the name of an obscure Assyrian king, predecessor of Pul.
沙哈連 SHAHARAIM
代表
代上8:8
SBD
(double dawn ) a Benjamite. ( 1 Chronicles 8:8 ) (B.C. about 1546.)
沙基 shage
代表
代上11:34
HDBN
touching softly; multiplying much
SBD
(erring ), father of Jonathan the Hararite, one of Davids guard. ( 1 Chronicles 11:34 ) [See SHAMMAH, 5] (B.C. about 1050.)
沙威沙 SHAVSHA
代表
代上18:16 撒下8:17 撒下20:25
ISBE
shav-sha (shawsha; in 2 Sam 20:25, Kethibh, sheya, Kere, shewa, English Versions of the Bible "Sheva," are refuted by the Septuagint; in 2 Sam 8:15-18, in other respects identical with Chronicles, "Seraiah" is found; the Septuagint varies greatly in all passages; it is the general consensus that Shavsha is correct): State secretary or scribe during the reign of David (1 Ch 18:16; 2 Sam 20:25). He was the first occupant of this office, which was created by David. It is significant that his fathers name is omitted in the very exact list of Davids officers of state (1 Ch 18:14-17 parallel 2 Sam 8:15-18); this fact, coupled with the foreign sound of his name, points to his being an "alien"; the assumption that the state secretary handled correspondence with other countries may explain Davids choice of a foreigner for this post. Shavshas two sons, Elihoreph and Ahijah, were secretaries of state under Solomon; they are called "sons of Shisha" (1 Ki 4:3), "Shisha" probably being a variant of "Shavsha."
Horace J. Wolf
Easton
("Seraiah," 2 Sam. 8:17; "Shisha," 1 Kings 4:3), one of David's secretaries (1 Chr. 18:16).
SBD
(nobility ), the royal secretary in the reign of David, ( 1 Chronicles 18:16 ) called also SERAIAH in ( 2 Samuel 8:17 ) and SHEVA in ( 2 Samuel 20:25 ) end in ( 1 Kings 4:3 ) SHISHA.
沙密 ahage
代表
代上24:24
沙崙 shallun
代表
尼3:15
ISBE
shal-un (shallun, not in the Septuagint): Another form of Shallum, the son of Col-hozeh. He was the ruler of the district of Mizpah. He assisted Nehemiah in building the wall of Jerusalem and in repairing the gate by the Pool of Siloah at the Kings Gardens (Neh 3:15).
SBD
(retribution ), the son of Cohozeh, and ruler of a district of the Mizpah. ( Nehemiah 3:15 )
沙得拉 SHADRACH
代表
但1:7 但1:8 但1:9 但1:10 但1:11 但1:12 但1:13 但1:14 但1:15 但1:16 但3:1 但3:2 但3:3 但3:4 但3:5 但3:6 但3:7 但3:8 但3:9 但3:10 但3:11 但3:12 但3:13 但3:14 但3:15 但3:16 但3:17 但3:18 但3:19 但3:20 但3:21 但3:22V23 但3:24 但3:25 但3:26 但3:27 但3:28 但3:29 但3:30
ISBE
sha-drak: The Babylonian name of one of the so-called Hebrew children. Shadrach is probably the Sumerian form of the Bah Kudurru-Aki, "servant of Sin." It has been suggested by Meinhold that we should read Merodach instead of Shadrach. Since there were no vowels in the original Hebrew or Aramaic, and since "sh" and "m" as well as "r" and "d" are much alike in the old alphabet in which Daniel was written, this change is quite possible.
Shadrach and his two companions were trained along with Daniel at the court of Nebuchadnezzar, who had carried all four captive in the expedition against Jerusalem in the 3rd year of Jehoiakim (Dan 1:1). They all refused to eat of the food provided by Ashpenaz, the master who had been set over them by the king, but preferred to eat pulse (Dan 1:12). The effect was much to their advantage, as they appeared fairer and fatter in flesh than those who ate of the kings meat. At the end of the appointed time they passed satisfactory examinations, both as to their physical appearance and their intellectual acquirements, so that none were found like them among all with whom the king communed, and they stood before the king (see Dan 1).
When Daniel heard that the wise men of Babylon were to be slain because they could not tell the dream of Nebuchadnezzar, after he had gained a respite from the king, he made the thing known to his three companions that they might unite with him in prayer to the God of heaven that they all might not perish with the rest of the wise men of Babylon. After God had heard their prayer and the dream was made known to the king by Daniel, Nebuchadnezzar, at Daniels request, set Shadrach, Meshach and Abed-nego over the affairs of the province of Babylon (Dan 2). With Meshach and Abed-nego, Shadrach was cast into a fiery furnace, but escaped unhurt (Dan 3).
See ABED-NEGO; HANANIAH; SONG OF THE THREE CHILDREN.
R. Dick Wilson
Easton
Aku's command, the Chaldean name given to Hananiah, one of the Hebrew youths whom Nebuchadnezzar carried captive to Babylon (Dan. 1:6, 7; 3:12-30). He and his two companions refused to bow down before the image which Nebuchadnezzar had set up on the plains of Dura. Their conduct filled the king with the greatest fury, and he commanded them to be cast into the burning fiery furnace. Here, amid the fiery flames, they were miraculously preserved from harm. Over them the fire had no power, "neither was a hair of their head singed, neither had the smell of fire passed on them." Thus Nebuchadnezzar learned the greatness of the God of Israel. (See ABEDNEGO
HDBN
tender
SBD
(royal , or the great scribe ) the Hebrew, or rather Chaldee, name of Hananiah. The history of Shadrach or Hananiah, as told in Dani 1-3 is well known. After their deliverance from the furnace, we hear no more of Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego, except in ( Hebrews 11:33 Hebrews 11:34 ) but there are repeated allusions to them in the later apocryphal books, and the martyrs of the Maccabaean period seem to have been much encouraged by their example.
沙拉 shelah
代表
創10:24 創11:12 創11:13 創11:14 創11:15 代上1:18
ISBE
she-la (shelah; Sala):
(1) The youngest son of Judah and the daughter of Shua the Canaanite (Gen 38:5,11,14,26; 46:12; Nu 26:20 (16); 1 Ch 2:3; 4:21). He gave his name to the family of the Shelanites (Nu 26:20 (16)). Probably "the Shelanite" should be substituted for "the Shilonite" of Neh 11:5; 1 Ch 9:5.
(2) (shelach): The son or (Septuagint) grandson of Arpachshad and father of Eber (Gen 10:24; 11:13 (12),14,15; 1 Ch 1:18,24; Lk 3:35).
(3) Neh 3:15 = "Shiloah" of Isa 8:6.
See SILOAM.
Easton
petition. (1.) Judah's third son (Gen. 38:2, 5, 11, 14). (2.) A son of Arphaxad (1 Chr. 1:18).
HDBN
that breaks; that unties; that undresses
SBD
(a petition ). The youngest son of Judah. ( Genesis 38:5 Genesis 38:11 Genesis 38:14 Genesis 38:26 ; 46:10 ; Numbers 26:20 ; 1 Chronicles 2:3 ; 4:21 ) (B.C. before 1706.) The proper form of the name of Salah. ( 1 Chronicles 1:18 1 Chronicles 1:24 )
沙拉 sharar
代表
代上11:35
ISBE
sha-rar.
See SACAR.
HDBN
navel; thought; singing
SBD
(strong ), the father of Ahiam the Hararite. ( 2 Samuel 23:33 ) In ( 1 Chronicles 11:35 ) he is called SACAR. (B.C. 1040.)
沙母亞 SHAMMUA
代表
民13:4 撒下5:14 代上3:5 尼12:18 尼11:17
Easton
heard. (1.) One of the spies sent out by Moses to search the land (Num. 13:4). He represented the tribe of Reuben. (2.) One of David's sons (1 Chr. 14:4; 3:5, "Shimea;" 2 Sam. 5:14). (3.) A Levite under Nehemiah (11:17).
SBD
(renowned ). Reubenite spy, son of Zaccur. ( Numbers 13:4 ) (B.C. 1490.) Son of David, by his wife Bathsheba. ( 1 Chronicles 14:4 ) (B.C. 1045.) A Levite, the father of Abda. ( Nehemiah 11:17 ) The same as SHEMAIAH, 6. The representative of the priestly family of Bilgah or Bilgai, in the days of Joiakim. ( Nehemiah 12:18 ) (B.C. about 500.)
沙比太 SHABBETHAI
代表
拉10:15 尼8:7 尼11:16
ISBE
shab-e-thi (shabbethay, "one born on the Sabbath"; Codex Vaticanus Sabathai; Codex Alexandrinus Kabbathai = "Sabbateus" of 1 Esdras 9:14): A Levite who opposed (?) Ezras suggestion that the men who had married foreign wives put them aside (Ezr 10:15). Kuenen, however, renders the phrase `amedhu `al zoth, of which Asahiel and Jahaziah are the subjects, to mean "stand over," "have charge of," rather than "stand against," "oppose" (Gesammelte Abhandlungen, 247 f); this would make Shabbethai, who was in accord with the two men mentioned above, an ally rather than an opponent of Ezra. We incline toward Kuenens interpretation in view of the position attained by Shabbethai under Nehemiah--one he would have been unlikely to attain had he been hostile to Ezra. He is mentioned among those appointed to explain the Law (Neh 8:7), and as one of the chiefs of the Levites who had the oversight of "the outward business of the house of God" (Neh 11:16).
Horace J. Wolf
Easton
Sabbath-born, a Levite who assisted in expounding the law and investigating into the illegal marriages of the Jews (Ezra 10:15; Neh. 8:7; 11:16).
HDBN
my rest
SBD
(sabbatical ) a Levite in the time of Ezra. ( Ezra 10:15 ) It is apparently the same who with Jeshua and others instructed the people in the knowledge of the law. ( Nehemiah 8:7 ) (B.C. 450.)
沙法 SHAPHAT
代表
民13:5 王下9:16 王下9:19 代上3:22 代上5:12 化上27:29
ISBE
sha-fat (shaphat):iah, one of the 70 men whom Ezekiel saw, in his vision of the Temple, sacrificing to idols (Ezek 8:11).
(1) The Simeonite spy (Nu 13:5, Saphat).
(2) The father of the prophet Elisha (1 Ki 19:16; 2 Ki 3:11, Septuagint Saphath).
(3) A name in the royal genealogy of Judah (1 Ch 3:22).
(4) A Gadite (1 Ch 5:12).
(5) One of Davids herdsmen (1 Ch 27:29).
Easton
judge. (1.) One of the spies. He represented the tribe of Simeon (Num. 13:5). (2.) The father of Elisha (1 Kings 19:16-19). (3.) One of David's chief herdsmen (1 Chr. 27:29).
HDBN
judge
SBD
(judge ). 1.The Simeonite spy, son of Hori. ( Numbers 13:5 ) (B.C. 1490). The father of the prophet Elisha. ( 1 Kings 19:18 1 Kings 19:19 ; 2 Kings 3:11 ; 6:31 ) (B.C. before 900.) One of the six sons of Shemaiah in the royal line of Judah. ( 1 Chronicles 3:22 ) (B.C. 350.) One of the chiefs of the Gadites in Bashan. ( 1 Chronicles 5:12 ) (B.C. 750.) The son of Adlai, who was over Davids oxen in the valleys. ( 1 Chronicles 27:29 ) (B.C. 1020.)
沙煞 SHASHAK
代表
代上8:14 代上8:16
ISBE
sha-shak (shashak): Eponym of a Benjamite family (1 Ch 8:14,25).
HDBN
a bag of linen; the sixth bag
SBD
(longing ), a Benjamite, one of the sons of Beriah. ( 1 Chronicles 8:14 1 Chronicles 8:25 ) (B.C. after 1450.)
沙瑪 SHAMMAH
代表
創36:17 創36:17 撒上16:9 撒上17:13 撒下23:11 撒下23:25 撒下23:33
ISBE
sham-a (shammah):
(1) The son of Reuel, the son of Esau, a tribal chief of Edom (Gen 36:13,17; 1 Ch 1:37, Some).
(2) The third son of Jesse and brother of David. Together with his two other brothers he fought under Saul in the campaign against the Philistines and was with the army in the valley of Elah when David slew Goliath (1 Sam 17:13 ff). One redactor states that he was a witness of the anointing of David by Samuel (1 Sam 16:1-13). He was the father of Jonadab, the friend of Amnon (2 Sam 13:3 ff), and that Jonathan whose victory over a Philistine giant is narrated in 2 Sam 21:20 ff was also his son. His name is rendered as "Shammah" (1 Sam 16:9; 17:13), "Shimeah" (2 Sam 13:3,12), "Shimei" (2 Sam 21:21), and "Shimea" (1 Ch 2:13; 20:7).
(3) The son of Agee, a Hararite, one of the "three mighty men" of David (2 Sam 23:11, Septuagint Samaia), who held the field against the Philistines. The parallel passage (1 Ch 11:10 ff) ascribes this deed to Eleazar, the son of Dodo. The succeeding incident (2 Sam 23:13 ff), namely, the famous act of three of Davids heroes who risked their lives to bring their leader water from the well of Bethlehem, has frequently been credited to Shammah and two other members of "the three"; but the three warriors are plainly said (2 Sam 23:13) to belong to "the thirty"; 2 Sam 23:33 should read "Jonathan, son of Shammah, the Hararite." Jonathan, one of Davids "thirty," was a son of Shammah; the word "son" has been accidentally omitted (Driver, Budde, Kittel, etc.). The parallel passage (1 Ch 11:34) has "son of Shagee," which is probably, a misreading for "son of Agee." Lucians version, "son of Shammah," is most plausible. "Shimei the son of Ela" (1 Ki 4:18) should also appear in this passage if Lucians reading of "Ela" for "Agee" (2 Sam 23:11) be correct.
(4) A Harodite (2 Sam 23:25,33), i.e. probably a native of `Ain-charod (`Ain Jalud, Jdg 7:1; see HAROD). One of "the thirty" and captain of Solomons 5th monthly course. In the parallel lists (1 Ch 11:27) he is called "the Harorite" (this last being a scribal error for Harodite) and "Shamhuth the Izrahate" (1 Ch 27:8).
Horace J. Wolf
Easton
desert. (1.) One of the "dukes" of Edom (Gen. 36:13, 17). (2.) One of the sons of Jesse (1 Sam. 16:9). He is also called Shimeah (2 Sam. 13:3) and Shimma (1 Chr. 2:13). (3.) One of David's three mighty men (2 Sam. 23:11, 12). (4.) One of David's mighties (2 Sam. 23:25); called also Shammoth (1 Chr. 11:27) and Shamhuth (27:8).
HDBN
loss; desolation; astonishment
SBD
(astonishment ). The son of Reuel the son of Esau. ( Genesis 36:13 Genesis 36:17 ; 1 Chronicles 1:37 ) (B.C. about 1700.) The third son of Jesse, and brother of David. ( 1 Samuel 16:9 ; 17:13 ) Called also Shimea., Shimeah and Shimma. One of the three greatest of Davids mighty men. ( 2 Samuel 23:11-17 ) (B.C. 1061.) The Harodite, one of Davids mighties. ( 2 Samuel 23:25 ) He is called "SHAMMOTH the Harorite" in ( 1 Chronicles 11:27 ) and "SHAMHUTH the Izrahite" ibid. ( 1 Chronicles 27:8 ) In the list of Davids mighty men in ( 2 Samuel 23:32 2 Samuel 23:33 ) we find "Jonathan, Shammah the Hararite;" while in the corresponding verse of ( 1 Chronicles 11:34 ) it is Jonathan.
沙瑪 SHAMA
代表
代上11:44
ISBE
sha-ma (shama`): One of Davids heroes (1 Ch 11:44).
SBD
(obedient ), one of Davids guard. ( 1 Chronicles 11:44 ) (B.C. 1020.)
沙甲 SHAASHGAZ
代表
斯2:14
ISBE
sha-ash-gaz (sha`ashgaz; Septuagint reads Gai, the same name it gives to the official referred to in Est 2:8,15; the name may go back to the Old Bactrian word Sasakshant, "one anxious to learn" (Scheft); most commentators suggest no explanation): A chamberlain of Ahasuerus, king of Persia; as keeper of "the second house of women," he had Esther under his charge (2:14).
Easton
servant of the beautiful, a chief eunuch in the second house of the harem of king Ahasuerus (Esther 2:14).
HDBN
he that presses the fleece; that shears the sheep
沙甲 SACAR
代表
代上11:35 代上26:4
ISBE
sa-kar (sakhar):
(1) Father of Ahiam, a follower of David (1 Ch 11:35, Codex Vaticanus Achar; Codex Alexandrinus Sachar = "Sharar" of 2 Sam 23:33; Sharar is favored as the original reading).
(2) Eponym of a family of gatekeepers (1 Ch 26:4).
HDBN
wares; a price
SBD
(wages ). A Hararite, father of Ahiam. ( 1 Chronicles 11:35 ) The fourth son of Obed-edom. ( 1 Chronicles 26:4 )
沙番 SHAPHAM
代表
代上5:12
ISBE
sha-fam (shapham; Sapham, Sabat): Name of a Gadite chief, who had the second place in command of his tribe (1 Ch 5:12). So far as the fragmentary genealogies are intelligible, they seem to indicate that Shapham and his chief, Joel, lived in the time of Saul and shared in the war against the Hagrites (1 Ch 5:7-10,18-22), but it is to be noted that these lists were first recorded between the years 750 and 740 BC, just before the eastern tribes were carried into captivity.
HDBN
Shaphan
SBD
(bold ), a Gadite of Bashan. ( 1 Chronicles 5:12 ) (B.C. 750.)
沙番 SHAPHAN
代表
王下23:3 代下34:14 代下34:15 代下34:16 代下34:17 代下34:18 代下34:19 代下34:20 代下34:21 王下22:12 耶26:24 耶29:3 耶36:25 耶36:11 耶36:12 耶36:13 耶39:14 結8:11
ISBE
sha-fan (shaphan, "rockbadger," English Versions of the Bible "coney"; Saphphan): An old totem clan name (so W.R. Smith; compare, however, the article TOTEMISM; Gray, Gray, Studies in Hebrew Proper Names, 103 ff, and Jacobs Studies in Biblical Archaeology, 84 ff).
(1) Son of Azaliah and scribe of King Josiah. He received from Hilkiah the Book of the Law which had been found in the Temple (2 Ki 22:3 ff; 2 Ch 34:8-28). It was from Shaphans lips that Josiah heard the Law read. Shaphan was also one of those sent by the king to the prophetess Huldah (2 Ki 22; 2 Ch 34). He was undoubtedly one of the staunchest supporters of Josiah in his work of reform. He was the father of Ahikam (2 Ki 22:12; 2 Ch 34:20; Jer 26:24), who befriended and protected the prophet Jeremiah. Another son, Elasah, was one of the two men entrusted by Jeremiah with his letter to the captives in Babylon (Jer 29:3). A third son, Gemariah, vainly tried to prevent King Jehoiakim from burning "the roll" (Jer 36:10,11,12,25). The Micaiah of Jer 36:11,12, and Gedaliah, the governor of Judea after the captivity of 586 BC, were his grandsons (Jer 39:14).
(2) Perhaps the father of Jaazaniah, one of the 70 men whom Ezekiel saw, in his vision of the Temple, sacrificing to idols (Ezek 8:11).
Horace J. Wolf
Easton
a coney, a scribe or secretary of king Josiah (2 Kings 22:3-7). He consulted Huldah concerning the newly-discovered copy of the law which was delivered to him by Hilkiah the priest (8-14). His grandson Gedaliah was governor of Judea (25:22).
SBD
(coney ), the scribe or secretary of King Josiah. ( 2 Kings 22:3 2 Kings 22:14 ; 2 Chronicles 34:8 2 Chronicles 34:20 ) (B.C. 628.) He appears on an equality with the governor of the city and the royal recorder. ( 2 Kings 22:4 ; 2 Chronicles 34:9 )


ISBE - 國際標準聖經百科全書 (International Standard Bible Encyclopedia)
Easton - Easton's Bible Dictionary
HBND - Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary
SBD - Smith's Bible Dictionary