How many years was Israel ruled by kings?

How long did kings rule Israel?

List

Common/Biblical name Albright Galil
House of David
David Reigned over Judah for 7 years in Hebron, then Israel & Judah in Jerusalem for 33 years; 40 years in total. 1000–962 1010–970
Solomon Reigned over Israel & Judah in Jerusalem for 40 years. 962–922 970–931
Rehoboam Reigned for 17 years. 922–915 931–914

Who was king of Israel for 2 years?

Although the Bible states that Ishbosheth was 40 years old when he became king and that his reign lasted two years, scholars have found that these figures are incorrect. More likely he was quite young and his reign equaled that of David at Hebron, about 7 1/2 years.

Which king ruled many years in Bible?

Born around 1000 BCE, David was the eighth son (and youngest) of Jesse, from the tribe of Judah. Like King Saul and King Solomon, David reigned for 40 years in one of the highest and most prosperous periods in Israel’s history – called by many, “The Golden Age” of Israel.

Who was the worst king of Israel?

Ahab became king of Israel in the thirty-eighth year of King Asa of Judah, and reigned for twenty-two years, according to 1 Kings.

Ahab
Died c. 852 BC Ramoth-Gilead, Syria
Burial Samaria, Kingdom of Israel
Consort Jezebel of Sidon
Issue Ahaziah of Israel Jehoram of Israel Athaliah of Judah
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How many kings of Israel were good?

And… That’s It. Out of 20 kings, only 5 of them were righteous.

Who were the first 3 Kings of Israel?

The First Three Kings Of Israel: An Introduction To The Study Of The Reigns Of Saul, David, And Solomon

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