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Esther (Esthra) Ha-David (.), of Babylon

Dutch: Esther Ha-David (.), of Babylon
Also Known As: "Estra"
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Pedaiah ha-David
Wife of Zerubbabel 3rd Exilarch / זרובבל
Mother of Meshullam the Scribe / משולם הסופר; Abiud ben Zerubabel; Berechiah 4th Exilarch / ברכיה; Hasadiah / חסדיה, Exilarch of Judah; Jushabhesed . and 5 others

Occupation: Jewish princess, Babylonian princess
Managed by: Henn Sarv
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About Amytis, a Babylonian princess

While cleaning up the Tanakh histories, Abiud is not in Tanakh generations of Bereishit. As I understand it, Tanakh is primary source for biblical genealogies.

The genealogy of Matthew 1:11-12 is not contained in Tanakh which is the authoritative text of biblical generations. Athil Bloomer and others have spit no end of venom over this issue. We know concretely who wrote Tanakh texts, but we don't know provenance of Matthew -

Gospel of Matthew was written in Greek and relied largely upon Mark, not the author's first-hand experience. In other words it is a text of disputed provenance and far removed fromthe original source.

Vt: Abiud ben Zerubabel



Husband #1: Zarabobel or Zorobabel or Zerubbabel Konge or Zerubavel or OF JUDAH Abt 550 B.C. - ____


Abiud or Abihud BEN ZERUBBABEL  Abt 510 B.C. - ____  
Ohel BEN ZERUBBABEL  ____ - ____  
Berechiah BEN ZERUBBABEL  ____ - ____  
Hasadiah BEN ZERUBBABEL  ____ - ____  
Jushabhesed BEN ZERUBBABEL  ____ - ____  

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