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Tola (Hebrew תֹּולָ֧ע, worm) (fl. 2807 AM–2830 AM) (1197 BC-1174 BC)[1] was the eighth Judge of Israel (Abimelech does not count). He was an Issacharite and had the name of one of the original sons of Issachar. He administered justice in Israel after Abimelech died and continued to administer justice for twenty-three years. Israel did not suffer national oppression during his tenure. (Judges 10:1-2 )

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