Places Study on Zobah

Places Study on Zobah

1 Samuel 14: So Saul took the kingdom over Israel, and fought against all his enemies on every side, against Moab, and against the children of Ammon, and against Edom, and against the kings of Zobah, and against the Philistines: and whithersoever he turned himself, he vexed them.
2 Samuel 8: David smote also Hadadezer, the son of Rehob, king of Zobah, as he went to recover his border at the river Euphrates.
2 Samuel 8: And when the Syrians of Damascus came to succour Hadadezer king of Zobah, David slew of the Syrians two and twenty thousand men.
2 Samuel 8: Of Syria, and of Moab, and of the children of Ammon, and of the Philistines, and of Amalek, and of the spoil of Hadadezer, son of Rehob, king of Zobah.
2 Samuel 23: Igal the son of Nathan of Zobah, Bani the Gadite,
1 Kings 11: And God stirred him up another adversary, Rezon the son of Eliadah, which fled from his lord Hadadezer king of Zobah:
1 Kings 11: And he gathered men unto him, and became captain over a band, when David slew them of Zobah: and they went to Damascus, and dwelt therein, and reigned in Damascus.
1 Chronicles 18: And David smote Hadarezer king of Zobah unto Hamath, as he went to stablish his dominion by the river Euphrates.
1 Chronicles 18: And when the Syrians of Damascus came to help Hadarezer king of Zobah, David slew of the Syrians two and twenty thousand men.
1 Chronicles 18: Now when Tou king of Hamath heard how David had smitten all the host of Hadarezer king of Zobah;
1 Chronicles 19: And when the children of Ammon saw that they had made themselves odious to David, Hanun and the children of Ammon sent a thousand talents of silver to hire them chariots and horsemen out of Mesopotamia, and out of Syriamaachah, and out of Zobah.
2 Chronicles 8: And Solomon went to Hamathzobah, and prevailed against it.
Psalms 60: {To the chief Musician upon Shushaneduth, Michtam of David, to teach; when he strove with Aramnaharaim and with Aramzobah, when Joab returned, and smote of Edom in the valley of salt twelve thousand.} O God, thou hast cast us off, thou hast scattered us, thou hast been displeased; O turn thyself to us again.

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Holman Bible Dictionary - Hamath-Zobah
(hay' math-zoh' buh) Place name meaning, “hot place of Zobah.” City Solomon captured in Syria (2 Chronicles 8:3 ). Both Hamath and Zobah are cities in Syria that David controlled (2 Samuel 8:1 ). See Hamath ; Zobah. Some interpreters see the combination here as the result of a damaged text available to the Chronicler. Others think the Chronicler reflects the Babylonian and Persian administrative system of his day including the two cities in one administrative district. Other think this was simply another name for Zobah. The Chronicler in distinction from 2 Samuel 8:1 also combines the two cities into “Zobah-hamath” ( 1 Chronicles 18:3 REB, reflecting the literal Hebrew text).



Hitchcock's Bible Names - Zobah
Zobebah
Easton's Bible Dictionary - Hamath-Zobah
Fortress of Zobah, (2 Chronicles 8:3 ) is supposed by some to be a different place from the foregoing; but this is quite uncertain.

Easton's Bible Dictionary - Aram-Zobah
(Psalm 60 , title), probably the region between the Euphrates and the Orontes.
Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Hamath-Zobah
Conquered by Solomon (2 Chronicles 8:3). Distinguished from "Hamath the great."

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Zobah
ZOBAH . An Aramæan community, the most powerful of the coalition of ‘Syrian’ States which made war upon king David while he was engaged with the Ammonites ( 2 Samuel 8:10 ff.). The exact location is uncertain; but this whole group of Aramæan settlements lay between Damascus and the entrance to Cœle-Syria. Zobah was certainly east of Jordan, and probably the most southerly of the kindred peoples. 1 Samuel 14:47 , which states that Saul fought against Zobah, is probably based on a confusion with the wars of David.

J. F. McCurdy.

Hitchcock's Bible Names - Hamath-Zobah
The heat
Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Zobah
 

(See ZOBA.)

 

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Hamath-Zobah
HAMATH-ZOBAH (or ‘Hamath of Zobah’). A city in the neighbourhood of Tadmor, conquered by Solomon ( 2 Chronicles 8:3 ). Some have conjectured that it is identical with Hamath (wh. see), and that Zobah is used here in a broader sense than usual. On the other hand, it may be another Hamath situated in the territory of Zobah proper.

W. M. Nesbit.

Morrish Bible Dictionary - Zoba, Zobah
District in the north of Syria lying between Hamath and Damascus. Saul fought against its kings, and David subdued them; but they were still troublesome in Solomon's time. 1 Samuel 14:47 ; 2 Samuel 8:3-12 ; 2 Samuel 10:6,8 ; 2 Samuel 23:36 ; 1 Kings 11:23 ; 1 Chronicles 18:3-9 ; 1 Chronicles 19:6 ; 2 Chronicles 8:3 ; Psalm 60 : title.

Holman Bible Dictionary - Aram-Zobah
(ay' ram-zoh' buh) Alternate name for the Aramean town and kingdom of Zobah found in the superscription of Psalm 60:1 . See Zobah.



People's Dictionary of the Bible - Zobah
Zobah (zô'bah), station. A Syrian kingdom, sometimes called Aram Zobah, and also written "Zoba," whose kings made war with Saul, 1 Samuel 14:47; with David, 2 Samuel 8:3; 2 Samuel 10:6; 2 Samuel 10:8; 1 Chronicles 18:5; 1 Chronicles 18:9; and with Solomon, 2 Chronicles 8:3. It was on the north of Damascus. 2 Samuel 8:3; 2 Samuel 23:36; 1 Kings 11:23. Zobah is found on the Assyrian inscriptions.

American Tract Society Bible Dictionary - Zobah
A country of Syria, whose king carried on war with Saul and David, 1 Samuel 14:47 2 Samuel 8:3 10:6 . It seems to have lain near Damascus, and to have included the city Hamath conquered by Solomon, 2 Chronicles 8:3 , but also to have extended towards the Euphrates, 2 Samuel 8:3 .

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Hamath-Zobah - HAMATH-Zobah (or ‘Hamath of Zobah’). see), and that Zobah is used here in a broader sense than usual. On the other hand, it may be another Hamath situated in the territory of Zobah proper
ha'Math-zo'Bah - (fortress of Zobah ), ( 2 Chronicles 8:3 ) has been conjectured to be the same as Hamath. But the name Hamath-Zobah would seem rather suited to another Hamath which was distinguished from the "Great Hamath" by the suffix "Zobah
Mesobaite - From Zobah, one of the small Syrian kingdoms. (See Zobah
Hamath-Zobah - (hay' math-zoh' buh) Place name meaning, “hot place of Zobah. Both Hamath and Zobah are cities in Syria that David controlled (2 Samuel 8:1 ). See Hamath ; Zobah. Other think this was simply another name for Zobah. The Chronicler in distinction from 2 Samuel 8:1 also combines the two cities into “Zobah-hamath” ( 1 Chronicles 18:3 REB, reflecting the literal Hebrew text)
Aram-Zobah - (ay' ram-zoh' buh) Alternate name for the Aramean town and kingdom of Zobah found in the superscription of Psalm 60:1 . See Zobah
Zobah - Zobah (zô'bah), station. A Syrian kingdom, sometimes called Aram Zobah, and also written "Zoba," whose kings made war with Saul, 1 Samuel 14:47; with David, 2 Samuel 8:3; 2 Samuel 10:6; 2 Samuel 10:8; 1 Chronicles 18:5; 1 Chronicles 18:9; and with Solomon, 2 Chronicles 8:3. Zobah is found on the Assyrian inscriptions
Zobah - Zobah . Zobah was certainly east of Jordan, and probably the most southerly of the kindred peoples. 1 Samuel 14:47 , which states that Saul fought against Zobah, is probably based on a confusion with the wars of David
zo'ba, - We first hear of Zobah in the time of Saul, when we find it mentioned as a separate country, governed apparently by a number of kings who owned no common head or chief. ( 1 Samuel 14:47 ) Some forty years later than this we find Zobah under a single ruler Hadadezer son of Rehob. The wealth of Zobah is very apparent in the narrative of this campaign. A man of Zobah, Rezon son of Eliadah, made himself master of Damascus where he proved a fierce adversary to Israel all through the reign of Solomon. (1 Kings 11:23-25 ) Solomon also was, it would seem engaged in a war with Zobah itself. (2 Chronicles 8:3 ) This is the last that we hear of Zobah in Scripture. The name however, is found at a later date in the inscriptions of Assyria, where the kingdom of Zobah seems to intervene between Hamath and Damascus
Zoba(h) - ” First Saul (1 Samuel 14:47 ), then David (2 Samuel 8:3 ) fought the kings of Zobah. Zobah seems to be roughly where Syria later became a nation, northeast of Damascus. David won, and the people of Zobah served him (2 Samuel 10:13-19 )
Berothai - City belonging to Hadadezer king of Zobah
Hamath-Zobah - Fortress of Zobah, (2 Chronicles 8:3 ) is supposed by some to be a different place from the foregoing; but this is quite uncertain
Igal - Son of Nathan of Zobah (2 Samuel 23:36); in 1 Chronicles 11:38 "Joel, the brother of Nathan
Tibhath - City of Hadadezer, king of Zobah (1 Chronicles 18:8)
Tib'Hath - (extension ), a city of Hadadezer, king of Zobah, ( 1 Chronicles 18:8 ) which in 2 Samuel 8:8 Is called Betah
Betah - Belonging to Hadadezer, king of Zobah
Igal - Son of Nathan of Zobah and one of David's mighty men
Toi - King of Hamath in Syria, sent his son to rejoice with David on his victories over Hadadezer king of Zobah, 2 Samuel 8:9-11 ; 1 Chronicles 18:9
be'Tah - (confidence ), a city belonging to Hadadezer king of Zobah, mentioned with Berothai
Betah - Confidence, a city belonging to Hadadezer, king of Zobah, which yielded much spoil of brass to David (2 Samuel 8:8 )
Aram-Maacah - In 2 Samuel 10:6 only Aram-Zobah is named
Ish'Tob - (men of Tob ), apparently one of the small kingdoms or states which formed part of the general country of Aram, named with Zobah, Rehob and Maacah
Bethrehob - One of Aram's (Syria's) little kingdoms, like Zobah, Maacah, Ishtob; hired by Ammon against David (2 Samuel 10:6; 2 Samuel 10:8). Hadadezer king of Zobah was son of Rehob (2 Samuel 8)
Hagri - The parallel passage, 2 Samuel 23:36 , reads ‘of Zobah, Bani the Gadite,’ which is probably the correct text
Igal - ... Son of Nathan of Zobah, and one of David's warriors (2 Samuel 23:36 )
Rezon - Son of Eliadad and a subject of Hadadezer king of Zobah: he fled to Damascus, and established himself as king
Tibhath - City of Hadadezer, king of Zobah
Rezon - He had been an officer under Hadadezer king of Zobah
Mibhar - Son of Haggert (1 Chronicles 11:38), probably a corruption for 2 Samuel 23:36, "of Zobah, Bani the Gadite
Mibhar - ’ The parallel passage 2 Samuel 23:36 reads, ‘of Zobah, Bani the Gadite,’ which is probably the correct text
Hamathzobah - Probably Hamath was a province or city belonging to Zobah
Mesobaite - The REB and TEV amended the text to give the reading “resident of Zobah
Toi - ” King of Hammath on the Orontes who sent tribute to David following his defeat of their mutual foe, Hadadezer of Zobah (2 Samuel 8:9-11 ; Tou, 1 Chronicles 18:9-10 )
i'Gal - ) ... One of the heroes of David's guard, son of Nathan of Zobah
Mibhar - The parallel at 2 Samuel 23:36 , reflecting a copying error in transmission of the text, reads, “of Zobah, Bani the Godite
Eliada - ... ... An Aramite of Zobah, captain of a marauding band that troubled Solomon (1 Kings 11:23 )
Tibhath - The site is likely in the vicinity of Zobah north of Damascus
Hadadezer or Hadarezer - A powerful king of Syria, reigning in Zobah and the surrounding country, even to the Euphrates, 1 Kings 11:23
Aram - See various compound names with Aram below and Beth Rehob; Padan-Aram; Geshur; Maacah; Tob; Zobah
Rezon - Son of Eliadah, a Syrian, who when David defeated Hadadezer king of Zobah, put himself at the head of a band of adventurers and set up a petty kingdom at Damascus
Tibhath - A city of Hadarezer, king of Zobah ( 1 Chronicles 18:8 )
Jaasiel - Army hero under David whose home town was Zobah (1 Chronicles 11:47 )
Rezon - Abandoning the service of Hadadezer, the king of Zobah, on the occasion of his being defeated by David, he became the "captain over a band" of marauders, and took Damascus, and became king of Syria (1 Kings 11:23-25 ; 2 Samuel 8:3-8 )
Rehob - King of Zobah in Syria, 2 Samuel 8:3
Hadadezer - Son of Rehob, Syrian king of Zobah
Cun - (cyoon) Place name of city in Syria belonging to Hadadezer, king of Zobah
Toi - King of Hamath on the Orontes; sent his son Hadoram or Joram with presents of gold, silver, and brass, to congratulate David on his victory over Hadadezer, king of Zobah, whose kingdom bordered on Hamath and who probably had tried to reduce Toi to vassalage
Hadadezer - A king of Zobah
Eliada - Father of Rezon, who established himself as king of Damascus after David conquered Zobah ( 1 Kings 11:23 )
Tob - of Zobah, probably N
Beth-Rehob - Rehob was the father of Hadadezer, the Syrian king of Zobah (2 Samuel 8:3 )
Berothai - In 2 Samuel 8:8 a city of Zobah, taken by David from Hadadezer
re'Hob -
The father of Hadadezer king of Zobah, whom David smote at the Euphrates
Rehob - The father of Hadadezer king of Zobah in Syria, 2 Samuel 8:3
Rehob - Father of Hadadezer king of Zobah
Aram - Many petty kingdoms in David's time formed parts of the whole Aram, Aram Rehob, Aram Zobah, etc. (See ARAM REHOB, ARAM Zobah
Hado'Ram - ... Son of Tou or Toi king of Hamath; his father's ambassador to congratulate David on his victory over Hadarezer king of Zobah
Igal - One of David's heroic warriors, apparently a foreigner from Zobah (2 Samuel 23:36 ), though his name is spelled Joel, and he is the brother, not son, of Nathan in 1 Chronicles 11:38
Rehob - Father of a king of Zobah, an Aramaean city north of Damascus (2Samuel 8:3,2 Samuel 8:12 )
Tob - , the others being Hamath (the less), Zobah, Beth-rehob, Maacah or Geshur
Hadadezer - The name of a king of Zobah (wh
Hadare'Zer - (Hadad's help ), son of Rehob, ( 2 Samuel 8:3 ) the king of the Aramite state of Zobah, who was pursued by David and defeated with great loss
Hadarezer - Son of Rehob, king of Zobah. Psalm 60 by David was composed after victory in part had been gained over Aram Naharaim (Syria of the two floods) and Aram (Syria) of Zobah the kingdom of Hadarezer, who had come to help his vassals of Mesopotamia, the region of the two rivers Tigris and Euphrates; after having conquered the two Syrias, Joab returned and smote Edom in the valley of Salt; Psalm 60 refers to the expedition subsequently undertaken to occupy Edom in revenge for Edom's invasion of Israel
Aramean - He demanded tribute from Hadadezer, king of Zobah, and married Maacah the daughter of Talmui, king of Geshur. Both Zobah and Geshur were Aramean states
Hadoram - Hadoram brought tribute to David after David had defeated Hadad-ezer of Zobah (1 Chronicles 18:10 )
Sea, Molten - It was made partly or wholly of the brass, or rather copper, which was captured by David from "Tibhath and Chun, cities of Hadarezer king of Zobah
Aram - There were probably several petty kingdoms included under Aram, as Aram-Zobah, Aram Beth-rehob, Aram Damascus, Padan-aram; all these were gradually absorbed by that of Damascus, which became the capital of all "Aram," or Syria
Syria - The Old Testament mentions the Aramean kingdoms of Beth-eden in north Syria, Zobah in south-central Syria, and Damascus in the south. ... By the beginning of Israel's monarchy, the kingdom of Zobah held sway in Syria and was encountered by Saul (1 Samuel 14:47 ). David decisively defeated Aram-Zobah (2 Samuel 10:6-19 ) whose king, Hadadezer, had enlisted help from his Aramean subject states (2Samuel 10:16,2 Samuel 10:19 ). As a result Zobah and its vassals, apparently including Damascus, became subject to David (2 Samuel 8:3-8 ; 2 Samuel 10:19 ). Hamath, a neo-Hittite state in north Syria which had been at war with Zobah, also established friendly relations with David (2 Samuel 8:9-10 ). Meanwhile, a certain Rezon broke from Hadadezer of Zobah following David's victory and became the leader of a marauding band
Shobach - The captain of the host of Hadarezer, the Aramæan king of Zobah (wh
Tadmor - In 2 Chronicles 8:14 Tadmor is mentioned in connection with Hamath-Zobah
Sea, the Molten - It was made of "brass" (copper), which Solomon had taken from the captured cities of Hadarezer, the king of Zobah (1 Chronicles 18:8 )
Hamath - Its king, Toi, blessed David for his victory over Zobah, 2 Samuel 8:9-12; Solomon extended his kingdom to Hamath, 1 Kings 8:65; 2 Chronicles 8:4, and built store-cities in that region; afterward the city and country became independent, but were again subdued by Jeroboam II
Hadad-Ezer - ” City-state king of Zobah in Syria whom David defeated to establish his control over Syria (2 Samuel 8:3-13 )
Laver - The "molten sea" was made of copper, taken from Tibhath and Chun, cities of Hadarezer, king of Zobah (1 Chronicles 18:8 ; 1 Kings 7:23-26 )
Rezon - text of 1 Kings 11:23-25 , Rezon, son of Eliada, was one of the military officers of that Hadadezer, king of the little realm of Zobah (cuneiform, Subiti ), S
Aram - Various cities in the western part of Aram gave their own names to the regions around them: as Damascus, (Aram-Dammesek,) 2 Samuel 8:6 ; Maachah, near Bashan, 1 Chronicles 19:6 ; Geshur, Joshua 12:5 2 Samuel 15:8 ; Zobah, and Beth-rehob, 2 Samuel 10:6,8
Hadadezer - Hadad is help; called also Hadarezer, Adod is his help, the king of Zobah
Nathan - Man of Zobah, father of Igal
Medeba - A fortress in David's time (1 Chronicles 19:7-15), before which Joab defeated Ammon and the Syrians of Maachah, Mesopotamia, and Zobah
Hamath - It is called "Hamath the great" in Amos 6:2 , and "Hamath-Zobah" in 2 Chronicles 8:3
Tad'Mor - It was built by Solomon after his conquest of Hamath-Zobah
Syria - Other portions of Syria were also known by separate names, as Aram-maahah (1 Chronicles 19:6 ), Aram-beth-rehob (2 Samuel 10:6 ), Aram-Zobah (2 Samuel 10:6,8 )
Mesopotamia - The children of Ammon, having provoked a war with David, "sent a thousand talents of silver to hire them chariots and horsemen out of Mesopotamia, and out of Syria-maachah, and out of Zobah
Chariot, - (1 Samuel 13:5 ) David took from Hadadezer, king of Zobah, 1000 chariots, (2 Samuel 8:4 ) and from the Syrians a little later 700, (2 Samuel 10:18 ) who in order to recover their ground, collected 32,000 chariots
Hamath - ... Toi, king of Hamath, sent his son to congratulate David after David defeated King Hadadezer of Zobah
Chariot - In his wars with the king of Zobah and with the Syrians, David took many chariots among the spoils (2 Samuel 8:4 ; 10:18 )
jo'el - (1 Chronicles 7:3 ) ... The brother of Nathan of Zobah, (1 Chronicles 11:38 ) and one of David's guard
Nathan - Nathan of Zobah, father of Igal, one of David's mighty men (2 Samuel 23:36 )
Mesopotamia - About four hundred years after Cushan-Rishathaim, we find the northern parts of Mesopotamia in the hands of the Syrians of Zobah; as we are told, in 2 Samuel x, that Hadarezer, king of Zobah, after his defeat by Joab, "sent and brought out the Syrians that were beyond the river" Euphrates
Hadad - 2), confirms 2 Samuel 8:3 as to David's defeating Hadadezer or Hadarezer, king of Zobah, "when he went to recover his border at the river Euphrates"; Nicolaus says, "a certain Hadad, a native Syrian, had great power, ruling over Damascus and all Syria except
Damascus - ... Soldiers of Damascus attempted to help Hadadezer, king of Zobah another Syrian city-state against David. The weakness of Zobah encouraged Rezon to organize a renegade band, much as David had in opposing Saul (1 Samuel 22:2 )
Damascus - The next Scriptural notice of Damascus is 2 Samuel 8:5, when "the Syrians of Damascus succored Hadadezer king of Zobah" against David. His subject Rezon, who escaped when David conquered Zobah, with the help of a band made himself king at Damascus over Syria (1 Kings 11:23-25), and was an adversary to Israel all the days of Solomon
Laver - Solomon's "molten sea" was made of the copper captured from Tibhath and Chun, cities of Hadarezer king of Zobah (1 Chronicles 18:8), five cubits high, ten diameter, 30 circumference; one hand-breadth thick; containing 3,000 baths according to Chronicles, but 2,000 in Kings; 2,000 is probably correct, Chronicles reading is a transcriber's error
Tadmor - (That it is really the city of Tadmor so famous in after times that is meant, is confirmed by the equally unhistorical details given in 2 Chronicles 8:3-4 regarding the Syrian cities of Hamath and Zobah
Nathan - Father of Igal, one of David's heroes, of Zobah, 2 Samuel 23:36, but in 1 Chronicles 11:38 "Joel, brother of Nathan" Kennicott prefers "brother
Euphrates - ... The promise to Abraham that his seed's inheritance should reach the Euphrates (Genesis 15:18; Deuteronomy 1:7; Joshua 1:4) received a very partial fulfillment in Reuben's pastoral possessions (1 Chronicles 5:9-10) (the Hagarites here encountered them, the inscriptions confirming scripture as to their appearance upon the middle Euphrates in the later empire); a fuller accomplishment under David and Solomon, when an annual tribute was paid from subject petty kingdoms in that quarter, as Hadadezer king of Zobah, etc
Damascus - The Syriansof Damascus sided with Hadadezer, king of Zobah, against Israel, but David slew 22,000 of the Syrians
Hand - ... In several passages, yâd is used in the sense of “power” or “rule”: “And David smote Hadarezer king of Zobah unto Hamath, as he went to stablish his dominion by the river Euphrates” (1 Chron
Arms - In 2 Samuel 8:7 "shields" of gold taken by David from Hadadezer king of Zobah, and dedicated in the temple, used in proclaiming, Joash king (2 Kings 11:10), compare Song of Solomon 4:4)
Damascus - We hear nothing more of Damascus till 2 Samuel 8:5-6 , which describes David’s capture of the city as a reprisal for its assistance given to Hadadezer, king of Zobah; David garrisoned it and reduced it to a tributary condition (cf
Ammonites - The ensuing wars between Israel and Ammon involved warfare between David's troops and those of Hadadezer of Zobah (2 Samuel 10:6-19 ) and provided the occasion of David's affair with Bathsheba
Sol'Omon - (1 Kings 7:1 ; 2 Chronicles 8:1 ) (d) The conquest of Hamath-Zobah, and the consequent foundation of cities in the region of north Palestine after the twentieth year
Edom - David was striving with Aram of the two rivers (Naharaim) and Aram-Zobah when Joab returned and smote of Edom in the Valley of Salt (the scene also of Amaziah's victory over Edom, the plain S
Solomon - Nothing is known of the Hamath-Zobah which Solomon subdued ( 2 Chronicles 8:3 )
Saul - His warlike prowess appears in his securing his regal authority (1 Samuel 14:47, "took the kingdom over Israel") by fighting successfully against all his enemies on every side, Moab, Ammon, Edom, Zobah, the Philistines, and Amalek (summarily noticed 1 Samuel 14:48, in detail in 1 Samuel 15)
David - , but this order is not strictly chronological; moreover, it seems probable that in one or two cases duplicate, but varying, accounts appear: Philistines ( 2 Samuel 5:17-25 ), Moabites ( 2 Samuel 8:2 ), Zobah ( 2 Samuel 8:3-4 ), Syrians ( 2 Samuel 8:5-13 ), Edomites ( 2 Samuel 8:14 ), Ammonites, Syrians ( 2 Samuel 10:1 , 2 Samuel 11:1 , 2 Samuel 12:26-31 ), and Philistines ( 2 Samuel 21:15-22 )
Solomon - Jeroboam "lifted up his hand against the king, and fled to Shishak (of a new dynasty) of Egypt"; Rezon of Zobah on the N