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The Davidic line refers to the tracing of lineage to King David through the texts in the Hebrew Bible, in the New Testament, and through the following centuries. Contents. [hide]. 1 History. 1.1 Judean monarchy; 1.2 The Exilarchate; 1.3 During the Hasmonean and Herodian periods; 1.4 Middle Ages. 2 Jewish interpretations  ...


A simplified outline of King David's wives, male heirs and lineage.


Jan 26, 2018 ... Genealogy for David ., King of Israel (c.-1042 - c.-971) family tree on Geni, with over 180 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.


The 4 generation family tree of King David. This chart is innovate and more rich in details than a traditional family tree.


King David's family tree. November 28, 2016 By Krisan Marotta. David's Family Tree | WednesdayintheWord.com. This chart summarizes the King David's family tree, based on what we know from Scripture. This is a work in progress. Please contact me if you find errors, omissions or broken links.


King David's Family Tree. RootofJesse The order of marriage is represented by the numbers, as is the line of succession which occurred. Please also visit Why So Many Wives? Polygamy for an objective sociological and psychological discussion of polygamy, and it's ramifications. The names are presented first in their ...


May 30, 2013 ... I love charts and tables. I'm working right now on the book of Kings for a textbook for the Historical Books of the OT, so I've been revising my charts. The one below is the one I use the most, displaying the family tree of the kings of Israel and Judah. The corresponding prophets are…


Jan 28, 2010 ... As for the common link in these two family tree branches, King David of Judah ( from 1007 BC) and Israel (from 1000 BC) was the second king of the united [sic] Kingdom of Israel. According to Wikipedia (based on Ruth 4:18-22), David is considered to be a tenth generation descendant from Judah, the ...


David, who represented the 13th generation from Abraham in the family tree, was the youngest son of Jesse. He becomes king in 1010 B.C. at about the age of 30. He ruled over the tribe of Judah for 7 1/2 years, then over a united Israel, until his death in 970 B.C. He won military battles that expanded Israel's kingdom.