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Manasseh ., 13th King of Judah

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Manasseh ., 13th King of Judah

Hebrew: מנשה, מלך יהודה ה-13, Dutch: Menasseh, 13th King of Judah, Estonian: Manasse, 13th King of Judah
Birthplace: Jerusalem (ירושלים), Israel (ישראל)
Death: circa -633 (71-81)
Jerusalem (ירושלים), Israel (ישראל)
Place of Burial: Jerusalem, Israel
Immediate Family:

Son of Hezekiah ., 12th King of Judah and Hephzi-bah .
Husband of Meshullemeth .
Father of Amon ., 14th King of Judah
Brother of Amariah .; Bilah . and Joidiah .

Occupation: koning van Juda
Managed by: Shmuel-Aharon Kam (Kahn / שמו...
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About Manasseh ., 13th King of Judah

Wikipedia Manasseh and המלך מנשה.

D: -633 or -642

King Manasseh, was twelve years old when he became king and then reigned fifty- five years in the mid 600’s BC, in Jerusalem. (2Chr 33:1&18-20.) He did much EVIL in the sight of the LORD, to provoke Him to anger (2Chr 33:6). (2 Kg.21:10-18) explains Manasseh’s forthcomings.

After the Assyrian invasion of Judah in 701 BCE, the long siege and capture of the strongly fortified town of Lachish and massacre of its inhabitants, followed by the siege of Jerusalem, King Menasseh of Judah "reverted to the policy of loyal [sic] submission to Assyrian suzerainty," as did also his successor and son King Amon of Judah. "This brought 50 years of undisturbed peace to Judah." "On the other hand, however, it also increased Assyrian cultural influence, which was felt by conservative elements to endanger religious values and the traditional way of life." Another source states that Menasseh permitted also Baal worship, or even "re-introduced" it.

Ordered his own grandfather, the Prophet Isaiah, who hid from him within a tree-trunk, to be sawed in half for opposing him

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Manasseh ., 13th King of Judah's Timeline

Jerusalem (ירושלים), Israel (ישראל)
Age 11
BC, King of, Judah
Jerusalem (ירושלים), Israel (ישראל)
Age 75
Jerusalem (ירושלים), Israel (ישראל)
Garden of Uza Isreal, Jerusalem, Israel