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Josiah 639-609

Josiah 639-609

Egypt (Nico). Josiah 639-609. Babylon Nebuchadnezzar. Jehoahaz 609 , 3 months. Eliakim a.k.a. Jehoiakim 608-598 (died). Mattaniah a.k.a. Zedekiah 597-586 Rebelled against Babylon Tried to engage Egypt in defense of Jerusalem

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