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Kings of Israel (2 Kings)

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King who followed Ahaziah who had no son (1:17) asked Jehoshaphat of Judah and the king of Edom for help 3:6-9)
Second king of Israel by this name, son of Joash, did evil in the sight of the Lord, restored the territory of Israel from the entrance of Hamath to the Sea of Arabah (14:23-27)
Son of Jehoahaz (13:8) went to Elisha when Elisha was sick to ask about deliverance from Syria (13:14-21)
Struck and killed Shallum (15:14) reigned ten years doing evil in the sight of the Lord, Pul king of Assyria came against him and he paid him to leave (15:17-22)
Son of Jeroboam (14:29), reigned six months and did evil in the sight of the Lord, Shallum conspired against him, struck and killed him in front of the people (15:8-11)
Fell through the lattice of his upper room in Samaria (1:2)
Commander, son of Jehoshaphat, son of Nimshi, who was anointed king of Israel at Ramoth Gilead to destroy the house of Ahab (9:1-7)
Son of Ahab (8:16) — another name for Jehoram
Conspired agains, struck and killed Zechariah (15:10) reigned a month, Menahem struck and killed him (15:13-14)
Wife of Ahab who was prophesied to not be buried (9:7-10)
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Son of Jehu who reigned over Israel (10:34) seventeen years who pleaded with the Lord about the oppression of Israel by Syria (13:1-5)
Son of Menahem, reigned two years and did evil in the sight of the Lord, Pekah conspired against and killed him (15:22-25)
Reigned over Israel in Samaria sixteen years and did evil in the sight of tthe Lord and fought against Amaziah king of Judah (13:11-12)
Death of this king is mentioned at the beginning of the book (1:1)
Struck and killed Pekah (15:30) son of Elah, did evil in the sight of the Lord; made the vassal of Shalmaneser king of Assyria, conspired so king of Egypt didn’t bring tribute, bound in prison by king of Assyria (17:1-4)
Grandfather of Athaliah (8:27)
Conspired against and killed Pekahiah, reigned twenty years and did evil in the sight of the Lord, the king of Assyria took lands and then Pekah captive (15:25-29)