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Nadab

2. A great-grandson of Jerahmeel (1Chr.2.26, 1Chr.2.28, 1Chr.2.30). 3. A son of Jeiel the “father” of Gibeon (1Chr.8.30; 1Chr.9.36). 4. A son of [[Jeroboam I]] and king of Israel for two years (1Kgs.14.20; 1Kgs.15.25-1Kgs.15.31). His evil reign was ended by his assassination at the hands of Baasha of Issachar, ending the dynasty of Jeroboam and fulfilling Ahijah’s prophecy (1Kgs.14.1-1Kgs.14.20). 2. A Judahite, son of Shammai, father of two sons (1 Chron 2:28, 30). 3. A Benjaminite, son of Jehiel and Maacah, relative of Kish, father of Saul, Israel’s first king (1 Chron 8:30-33; 9:35-39). Bibliography E. G. Kraeling, Bible Atlas (1956), 272, 273; J. Simons, GTT (1959), 201, 337, 359, 510. International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915) (nadhabh, "noble"; Nadab): (2) A descendant of Jerahmeel (1Ch 2:28,30). (3) A Gibeonite (1Ch 8:30). (4) Son of [[Jeroboam I]] and after him for two years king of Israel (1Ki 14:20; 15:25). While Nadab was investing Gibbethon, a Phi