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Ezra 4:8 CSB

8 Rehum the chief deputy and Shimshai the scribe wrote a letter to King Artaxerxes concerning Jerusalem as follows:

Study tools for Ezra 4:8

  • a 4:1 - Lit the sons of the exile
  • b 4:2 - Alt Hb tradition reads have not been sacrificing
  • c 4:2 - Esar-haddon reigned 681-669 b.c.
  • d 4:4 - Lit people of the land
  • e 4:4 - Lit relaxed the hands of
  • f 4:5 - Darius reigned 521-486 b.c.
  • g 4:6 - Xerxes; he reigned 486-465 b.c.
  • h 4:6 - Lit people of the land
  • i 4:7 - Artaxerxes reigned 465-425 b.c.
  • j 4:7 - Lit translated. Aramaic:
  • k 4:7 - Ezr 4:8-6:18 is written in Aram.
  • l 4:9 - Lit Then Rehum
  • m 4:9 - Or ambassadors
  • n 4:9 - Gn 10:10
  • o 4:9 - Neh 1:1; Est 1:2
  • p 4:9 - Gn 10:22; Dn 8:2
  • q 4:9 - Aram obscure in this v.
  • r 4:10 - Lit Osnappar
  • s 4:13 - Aram obscure
  • t 4:14 - Lit have eaten the salt of the palace
  • u 4:18 - Or been read clearly
  • v 4:22 - Lit the kings