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1) Ii Chronicles, 2 Chronicles : تاریخ دوم ، عہد نامہ قدیم کا جز : (noun) the second of two Old Testament books telling the history of Judah and Israel until the return from the Babylonian Captivity in 536 BC.

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1 Chronicles : تاریخ اول ، عہد نامہ قدیم کا جز , 1 Esdras : عزيری کتابچہ ، عہد نامہ جدید کا جز , 2 Kings : عہد نامہ قدیم کی دوسری کتاب , 1 Kings : عہد نامہ قدیم کی پہلی دو کتابیں , Chronicler : مورخ , Aggeus : کتاب حجی , Law Of Moses : شریعت موسوی , Ezekias : حزقیاہ بادشاہ , Jacob : یعقوب علیہ السلام , 1 Samuel : شموئیل اول ، عہد نامہ قدیم کا جز , 2 Samuel : شموئیل دوم ، عہد نامہ قدیم کا جز , Ahab : قدیم اسرائیل کا بادشاہ , Benjamin : بن یامین , Old Testament : عہد نامہ قدیم , Abdias : کتاب عبیدہ , Evangel : انجیل , Egypt : مصر , Apocalypse : بائبل میں بتائی گئی دنیا کی آخری تباہی , Joseph : یوسف , Tel Aviv : اسرائیل کا شہر , Bookmaker : کتاب ساز , Book Seller : کتابیں فروخت کرنے والا , Recriminate : جوابی الزام لگانا , Historiography : تاریخی تحریر , Captive : قید , Ransom : قید سے چھڑانے کا عمل , Christian Religion : عیسائیت , Liberator : آزاد کرنے والا , Adad : بابل کے مذہب میں طوفان اور ہوا کا خدا , Narrative : قصے پر مبنی , Anecdotist : قصے سنانے والا

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1 Chronicles: the first of two Old Testament books telling the history of Judah and Israel until the return from the Babylonian Captivity in 536 BC.

1 Esdras: an Apocryphal book consisting of a compilation from I Chronicles and II Chronicles and Ezra and Nehemiah.

2 Kings: the second of two Old Testament books telling the histories of the kings of Judah and Israel.

1 Kings: the first of two Old Testament books telling the histories of the kings of Judah and Israel.

Chronicler: someone who writes chronicles.

Aggeus: an Old Testament book telling the prophecies of Haggai which are concerned mainly with rebuilding the temples after the Babylonian Captivity.

Law Of Moses: the laws (beginning with the Ten Commandments) that God gave to the Israelites through Moses; it includes many rules of religious observance given in the first five books of the Old Testament (in Judaism these books are called the Torah).

Ezekias: (Old Testament) king of Judah who abolished idolatry (715-687 BC).

Jacob: (Old Testament) son of Isaac; brother of Esau; father of the twelve patriarchs of Israel; Jacob wrestled with God and forced God to bless him, so God gave Jacob the new name of Israel (meaning `one who has been strong against God`).

1 Samuel: the first of two books in the Old Testament that tell of Saul and David.

2 Samuel: the second of two books of the Old Testament that tell of Saul and David.

Ahab: according to the Old Testament he was a pagan king of Israel and husband of Jezebel (9th century BC).

Benjamin: (Old Testament) the youngest and best-loved son of Jacob and Rachel and one of the twelve forebears of the tribes of Israel.

Old Testament: the collection of books comprising the sacred scripture of the Hebrews and recording their history as the chosen people; the first half of the Christian Bible.

Abdias: an Old Testament book telling Obadiah`s prophecies; the shortest book in the Christian Bible.

Evangel: the four books in the New Testament (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) that tell the story of Christ`s life and teachings.

Egypt: an ancient empire to the west of Israel; centered on the Nile River and ruled by a Pharaoh; figured in many events described in the Old Testament.

Apocalypse: the last book of the New Testament; a catastrophic event or situation of immense destruction or chaos, often associated with the end of the world or a major turning point in history.

Joseph: (Old Testament) the 11th son of Jacob and one of the 12 patriarchs of Israel; Jacob gave Joseph a coat of many colors, which made his brothers jealous and they sold him into slavery in Egypt.

Tel Aviv: the largest city and financial center of Israel; located in western Israel on the Mediterranean.

Bookmaker: a maker of books; someone who edits or publishes or binds books.

Book Seller: a dealer in books; a merchant who sells books.

Recriminate: return an accusation against someone or engage in mutual accusations; charge in return.

Historiography: the writing of history; especially : the writing of history based on the critical examination of sources.

Captive: being in captivity.

Ransom: the act of freeing from captivity or punishment.

Christian Religion: a monotheistic system of beliefs and practices based on the Old Testament and the teachings of Jesus as embodied in the New Testament and emphasizing the role of Jesus as savior.

Liberator: someone who releases people from captivity or bondage.

Adad: Babylonian god of storms and wind.

Narrative: consisting of or characterized by the telling of a story.

Anecdotist: a person skilled in telling anecdotes.

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