Treasury Of Scripture Knowledge - 2 King 23:29 - 23:29

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Treasury Of Scripture Knowledge - 2 King 23:29 - 23:29

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am 3394, bc 610

Pharaohnechoh: Pharaoh-nechoh, called Νεκως, Necos, the son of Psammiticus, by Herodotus, was now was now marching "to make war upon the Medes and Babylonians, who had dissolved the Assyrian empire," the king of the latter being the famous Nabopollasar, who had also become king of Assyria. 2Ki 23:33-34, 2Ki 23:35; 2Ch 35:20-24; Jer 46:2

Euphrates: 2Ki 24:7; 2Ch 35:20; Jer 46:2

Josiah went: 2Ch 35:20-23

slew him: 2Ki 22:20; Ecc 8:14, Ecc 9:1-2; Isa 57:1-2; Rom 11:33

Megiddo: Megiddo, called Μαγδολον, Magdolum, by Herodotus, was situated in the tribe of Manasseh, west of Jordan, in the valley of Jezreel, and not far fron Hadad-Rimmon, or Maximianopolis. This shews that Josiah reigned over the country formerly possessed by the ten tribes; and it is also probable, that Nechoh had landed his troops at or near Cesarea of Palestine. 2Ki 9:27; Jos 17:11; Jdg 1:27, Jdg 5:19; 1Ki 4:12; Zec 12:11, Megiddon, Rev 16:16, Armageddon

he had seen him: 2Ki 14:8, 2Ki 14:11