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Joiarib (joi´ərĬb), in the Bible. 1 Exile returned from Babylon. 2 Chief priest. An alternate form is Jehoiarib.

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Jehoiarib

Jehoiarib (jēhoi´ərĬb), the same as Joiarib2.

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Jehoiarib

JEHOIARIB

JEHOIARIB (Heb. יְהוֹיָרִיב; "yhwh champions the cause," or "yhwh replaces"), the first of the 24 priestly divisions that served at the First Temple (i Chron. 24:7). They are not mentioned among the four major priestly families, who returned from exile and were divided into 24 divisions (as described in Ta'anit 27a–28b) for the purpose of serving at the Second Temple, the families Jedaiah, Immer, Pashhur, and Harim (Ezra 2:36–39; Neh. 7:39–42). In the Book of Nehemiah (12:1–7) 22 or 23 such divisions, including Jehoiarib, are listed (see *Jedaiah). But neither the Jehoiarib nor the Jedaiah-Jeshua houses are mentioned among the families who signed the covenant (amanah). Japhet (429–30) suggests that Jehoiarib is an alternative of Joiarib, who is named as the father of Jedaiah the priest in Nehemiah 11:10. The Hasmoneans descended from the Jehoiarib family, which lived at first in Jerusalem and later, possibly during the persecution of Antiochus Epiphanes, moved to Modi'in (i Macc. 2:1). A later descendant of the family was the historian *Josephus.

bibliography:

em, s.v.add. bibliography: S. Japhet, i & ii Chronicles (1993).

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S. David Sperling (2nd ed.)]

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