Abdon

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Abdon (Hebrew עַבְדֹּ֥ון, servitude (fl. 1129–1121 BC)[1] was the thirteenth Judge of Israel. He was an Ephraimite and was evidently very wealthy. He had forty sons and thirty grandsons, and each man owned a donkey. (Judges 12:13-15 ).

His career lasted for eight years, and then he died. One year before he died, the ark of the covenant was captured in battle by Philistines.

References

  1. Jones, Floyd N., The Chronology of the Old Testament, Green Forest, AR: Master Books, 2004, p. 279

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