Hezekiah

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Hezekiah
(Hizqiyyahu ben Ahaz)
Keeng o Judah
(Melekh Yehudah)
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Ringcoregency wi Ahaz 729,
sole reign 716–697 BC,
coregency wi Manasseh 697–687 BC
PredecessorKeeng Ahaz
SuccessorManasseh
Bornc. 739 BC
probably Jerusalem
Dee'dc. 687 BC (aged 51 or 52)
probably Jerusalem
BuirialJerusalem
SpouseHephzi-bah
IssueManasseh
HooseHoose o David
FaitherKeeng Ahaz
MitherAbijah (an aw called Abi)
ReleegionJudaism

Hezekiah (Ebreu: חִזְקִיָּ֫הוּ, חִזְקִיָּ֫ה, יְחִזְקִיָּ֫הוּ, Modren H̱ízqiyáhu, H̱ízqiyá, Yəẖízqiyáhu, Tiberian Ḥizeqiyahû, Ḥizeqiyā, Yeḥizeqiyāhû; Akkadian: 𒄩𒍝𒆥𒀀𒌑 Ḥazaqya'u; Greek: Εζεκίας, romanised: Ezekias/Septuagint: Εζεζία, lit. 'Ezezía'; Laitin: Ezechias; an aw transleeteratit as Ḥizkiyyahu or Ḥizkiyyah) wis, accordin tae the Ebreu Bible, the son of Ahaz an the 13t king o Judah.[1]

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  1. Harris, Stephen L., Understanding the Bible. Palo Alto: Mayfield. 1985. "Glossary", pp. 367–432