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43 Israel: Jehu 44 Judah : Athaliah 45 Judah: Jehoash..
46 Israel: Jehoahaz 47 Israel: Jehoash xlviii The Death of Elisha.... 49 Israel: Jehoash (continued) 50 Judah: Amaziah 51 Israel: Jehoash (concluded) 52 Judah: Amaziah (continued) 53 Israel: Jeroboam..... 54 Judah: Azariah or Uzziah. 55 Israel: Zechariah..... 56 Israel : Shallum 57 Israel: Menahem. 58 Israel: Pekahiah. 59 Israel: Pekah 60 Judah: Jotham. 61 Judah: Ahaz. 62 Israel: Hoshea.. 63 Fall of Israel
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