Character Study on Tahpenes

Character Study on Tahpenes

1 Kings 11: And Hadad found great favour in the sight of Pharaoh, so that he gave him to wife the sister of his own wife, the sister of Tahpenes the queen.
1 Kings 11: And the sister of Tahpenes bare him Genubath his son, whom Tahpenes weaned in Pharaoh's house: and Genubath was in Pharaoh's household among the sons of Pharaoh.

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Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Tahpenes
TAHPENES ( 1 Kings 11:19 ). The name of Pharaoh’s wife, whose sister was given to Hadad the Edomite. It has the appearance of an Egyptian name, but has not yet been explained. The name of her son Genubath is not Egyptian. The Pharaoh should be of the weak 21st Dynasty.

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Easton's Bible Dictionary - Tahpenes
The wife of Pharaoh, who gave her sister in marriage to Hadad the Edomite (1 Kings 11:19,20 ).
Holman Bible Dictionary - Tahpenes
(tah' puh neez) Egyptian royal consort; title for queen of Egypt in 1 Kings 11:19-20 . Her sister was given in marriage to Hadad the Edomite, an enemy of David, and later of Solomon.



Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Tahpenes
Wife of the Pharaoh (conjectured to be Psusennes of the Tanitic line) who received Hadad the Edomite, when fleeing from David (1 Kings 11:19). Her sister married Hadad.

Hitchcock's Bible Names - Tahpenes
Standard; flight; temptation
Morrish Bible Dictionary - Tahpenes
Queen of Egypt and sister of the wife of Hadad. 1 Kings 11:19,20 .

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Pharaoh, the Wife of - She is called "queen," and her name, Tahpenes, is given. [Tahpenes ; PHARAOH , 6]
Genubath - Son of Hadad an Edomite by an Egyptian princess, sister of Tahpenes the queen
Genubath - Son of Hadad, the fugitive Edomite prince, by the sister of queen Tahpenes ( 1 Kings 11:19-20 )
Genubath - His mother was a sister of Tahpenes, the king of Egypt's wife, mentioned in 1 Kings 11:20
Genubath - ” Son of Hadad, king of Edom, and the sister of Tahpenes, the wife of Egypt's pharaoh (1 Kings 11:19-20 )
Gen'Ubath, - the son of Hadad, an Edomite of the royal family, by an Egyptian princess, the sister of Tahpenes, the queen of the Pharaoh who governed Egypt in the latter part of the reign of David
Genubath - Son of Hadad, an Edomite of the king's seed, by an Egyptian princess, sister of Tahpenes, queen of the Pharaoh who ruled Egypt in David's reign (1 Kings 11:14-20)
Tahpenes - Tahpenes ( 1 Kings 11:19 )
Hadad - The king of Egypt gave him a house, lands, and every necessary subsistence, and married him to the sister of Tahpenes, his queen. By her he had a son, named Genubath, whom Queen Tahpenes educated in Pharaoh's house with the king's children
Tah'Panhes, Tehaph'Nehes, Tahap'Anes, - The name is evidently Egyptian, and closely resembles that of the Egyptian queen Tahpenes
Jeroboam - Jeroboam married Ano, the elder sister of the Egyptian queen Tahpenes, and returned to Shechem, where took place the conference with Rehoboam, and the final revolt which ended in the elevation of Jeroboam to the throne of the northern kingdom
Jerobo'am - After a year's longer stay in Egypt, during which Jeroboam married Ano, the elder sister of the Egyptian queen Tahpenes, he returned to Shechem, where took place the conference with Rehoboam [REHOBOAM ], and the final revolt which ended in the elevation of Jeroboam to the throne of the northern kingdom
Hadad - Pharaoh gave him house, victuals, and land, and his wife Tahpenes the queen's sister in marriage, who bore him Genubath
Pharaoh - 1 Kings 11:18 , the Pharaoh who befriended Hadad the Edomite in the last days of Solomon, and gave him the sister of his queen Tahpenes: not identified
Pha'Raoh, - as his wife, the sister of his own wife, Tahpenes