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  • proper n. The first of the two Books of Chronicles and the thirteenth book of the Old Testament of the Bible. Sometimes abbreviated as 1 Chr or 1 Chron.

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  • (Joshua 19: 5; 1 Chronicles 4: 31) In the parallel list, (Joshua 15: 31) [297] Madmannah occurs in place of Beth-marcaboth.

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  • (2 Samuel 6: 3,4; 1 Chronicles 13: 7) (B. C.1043.) + A Benjamite, one of the sons of Beriah.

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  • (1 Kings 2: 35; 4: 4) (B.C. 1005.) + Benaiah the Pirathonite, an Ephraimite, one of David's thirty mighty men, (2 Samuel 23: 30; 1 Chronicles 11: 31) and the captain of the eleventh monthly course.

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  • (Joshua 21: 15; 1 Chronicles 6: 58) Debir has not been discovered with certainty in modern times; but about three miles to the west of Hebron is a deep and secluded valley called the Wady Nunkur, enclosed on the north by hills, of which one bears a name certainly suggestive of

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  • (Genesis 36: 32; 1 Chronicles 1: 43) the capital city, and probably the birthplace, of Bela, son of Beor king of Edom.

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  • (Joshua 21: 18; 1 Chronicles 6: 60) Anathoth lay about three miles from Jerusalem.

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  • (1 Samuel 5: 5,6; 1 Chronicles 10: 10) The latter temple was destroyed by Jonathan in the Maccabaean wars.

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  • At a later time the Jews used a threshing sledge called morag, (Isaiah 41: 15; 2 Samuel 24: 22; 1 Chronicles 21: 23) probably resembling the noreg, still employed in Egypt -- a stage with three rollers ridged with iron, which, aided by the driver's weight crushed out, often injuring, the grain, as well as cut or tore the straw, which thus became fit for fodder.

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  • (Joshua 21: 30; 1 Chronicles 6: 74) the modern Abdeh, 10 miles northeast of Accho.

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  • (Genesis 36: 41; 1 Chronicles 1: 52) + Shimei ben-Elah was Solomon's commissariat officer in

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