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  • And he wrote letters the second time to them, saying: If you be mine, and will obey me, take the heads of the sons of your master, and come to me to Jezrahel by to morrow this time. Now the king's sons, being seventy men, were brought up with the chief men of the city. (2 Kings 10, 6)

  • So Jehu slew all that were left of the house of Achab in Jezrahel, and all his chief men, and his friends, and his priests, till there were no remains left of him. (2 Kings 10, 11)

  • And the general of the army took Seraias the chief priest, and Sophonias the second priest, and three doorkeepers. (2 Kings 25, 18)

  • Johel the chief, and Saphan the second: and Janai, and Saphat in Basan. (1 Chronicles 5, 12)

  • And their brethren the sons of Abdiel, the son of Guni, chief of the house in their families, (1 Chronicles 5, 15)

  • These were the chief fathers, and heads of their families who dwelt in Jerusalem. (1 Chronicles 8, 28)

  • These are the chief of the singing men of the families of the Levites, who dwelt in the chambers, by the temple, that they might serve continually day and night in their ministry. (1 Chronicles 9, 33)

  • And he said: Whosoever shall first strike the Jebusites, shall be the head and chief captain. And Joab the son of Sarvia went up first, and was made the general. (1 Chronicles 11, 6)

  • These are the chief of the valiant men of David, who helped him to be made king over all Israel, according to the word of the Lord, which he spoke to Israel. (1 Chronicles 11, 10)

  • And this is the number of the heroes of David: Jesbaam the son of Hachamoni the chief among the thirty: he lifted up his spear against three hundred wounded by him at one time. (1 Chronicles 11, 11)

  • And Abisai the brother of Joab, he was chief of three, and he lifted up his spear against three hundred whom he slew, and he was renowned among the three, (1 Chronicles 11, 20)

  • The chief was Ahiezer, and Joas, the sons of Samaa of Gabaath, and Jaziel, and Phallet the sons of Azmoth, and Beracha, and Jehu an Anathothite. (1 Chronicles 12, 3)


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