born . . . in Hebron. Compare 2 Samuel 3:2-5,
Daniel. Another name of Chileab (2 Samuel 3:3).
Eglah his wife. The only woman in this list called David"s "wife". Perhaps his original wife.
born . . . Jerusalem. Compare 2 Samuel 5:13-16.
Nathan. The son through whom the genealogy of Joseph is traced in Luk 3; and in Mat 1; after Solomon"s line failed in Jeconiah. See note on 1 Chronicles 3:17.
Solomon. Through whom the line is traced in through whom the genealogy of Joseph, see Mat 1.
Bath-shua. Another name for Bath-sheba. Compare 2 Samuel 11:3.
Ammiel, or Eliam. Compare 2 Samuel 11:3.
nine. Eleven are mentioned in 2 Samuel 5:14-16; but probably two died young, and their names were not needed in the genealogy. Compare 2 Samuel 5:15.
Tamar. Compare 2Sa 13.
Johanan. Or, Jehoahaz. 2 Kings 23:30.
Jehoiakim. Called Eliakim by his father, but Jehoiakim by Pharaoh-nechoh, king of Egypt (2 Kings 23:34).
Zedekiah. The same as Mattaniah. Compare 2 Kings 24:17, 2 Kings 24:18. He was the last king of Judah.
Shallum. The same as Jehoahaz, the successor of Josiah (Jeremiah 22:11. 2 Kings 23:31, 2 Kings 23:34).
Jeconiah. Called also Jehoiachin (2 Kings 24:6), and Coniah (Jeremiah 22:24, Jeremiah 22:28). Compare 2 Chronicles 36:9. 2 Kings 24:8.
sons. Compare Jeremiah 22:28-30.
Assir = the captive, perhaps referring to Zedekiah, and not a proper name.
Zerubbabel According to Matthew 1:12 and Ezra 3:2; Ezra 5:2, the son of Shealtiel.
six. Hebrew. Shishshah, which may be a proper name and not the numeral.
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