Maaseiah mā˝əsē´yə [key], in the Bible.
Musician under David.
Captain who aided the restoration of Joash.
Officer of King Uzziah.
Son of King Ahaz.
Man charged by Josiah with repairing the Temple.
The same as
Men who had foreign wives.
Man with Ezra at the reading of the Law.
Levite instructor of the Law.
Sealer of the covenant.
Ancestor of the Benjamite Sallu.
Priests at the dedication of the wall.
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