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Zadok (11th cent. BCE). Israelite priest. Zadok was a descendant of Aaron and together with Abiathar was King David's chief priest. At David's behest, he anointed Solomon the next king of Israel, and Solomon appointed Zadok's son as the high priest of the Temple. From then on, the high priesthood remained in the Zadokite family until the Maccabean era.

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Zadok in the Bible, name of the priest who supported Solomon's accession to the throne of David and anointed him as king (1 Kings 1:39); Zadok the Priest is the title of one of the coronation anthems composed by Handel for the coronation of George II.

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Zadok (zā´dŏk), in the Bible. 1 Founder of a prominent priestly family. 2 One of David's men. 3 Grandfather of Jotham. 4 Sealer of the Covenant. 5 High priest. 6,7 Builders of the wall. 8 Scribe. The last two may be the same.

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