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Arnan (David) ben Rephaiah ha-David

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Descent from Adam

Descent from Shem

Descent from Judah

Descent from Meshullam

Contents

Ancestral Note

Davidic Dynasty

The Davidic Dynasty is sometimes called the "Stem Of Jesse" (Isa. 11:1) and/or the "Root Of Jesse" (Isa. 11:10) in scripture.

The Akkubite Line; descent-line from the 1st Dynasty exilarchs through the Akkubite line to the 2nd Dynasty of exilarchs. Akkub, 27th Exilarch (200BC), 33rd in male-line descent from King David of Israel, ancestor of the Akkubite Line, the father of David (d167), the father of Shlomo (d135), fought the Syrians under the Maccabee ethnarchs (165-135BC), the father of Shemaya (d129), reproved the Maccabee Ethnarch Hyrcanus [I] for illegally assuming the title "King" in 129BC, and was executed for his opposition, father of David (100BC), the father of Schania, the father of Hizkiah, the father of Shalom, collateral cousin of the exilarch, the father of Nathan "De-Zuzita".

David Hughes[1]

Biography

נתן בן שלום Nathan "De-Zuzita" (AD25/50), (possibly Nathan "De Zuzita", an illusive Jewish hero whose story is chronologically out of place and in literature jumps around history.)[2] Nathan was the original of the story of the Jewish hero whose epithet was "De-Zuzita". He is placed in the first century AD in one story; while he appears in the time of Rabbi Akiva in another story; however, in still another legend he is identified with the Exilarch Mar-Ukba I whose original name had been Nathan. Thus, either of these figures or perhaps all three may be identified with "De-Zuzita"; the father of Hunya (AD50/75), the father of Shlomo (AD75/100), the father of Yakov (AD100/125), the father of Ahija[h], 44th Exilarch, who represented a secondary-line, who founded a new [the 2nd] dynasty of exilarchs, circa AD 130, upon the extinction of the main-line of the dynasty with the death of Pinchi, 43rd Exilarch.[3][4]

Name

Nathan ben Shalom

Also known as:

Hebrew: נתן בן שלום
Nathan ben Shalom [5][6]
Nathan [7]
Nathan "De-Zuzita" (possibly)[8][9]

Birth

Nathan son of Shalom.

son of Shalom.[10][11]

Ancestral House

Tribe of Judah, House of David.[12]

The Davidic line (also referred to as the House of David) (known in Hebrew as Malkhut Beit David (מלכות בית דוד) — "Royal House of David") refers to the tracing of lineage to the King David referred to in the Hebrew Bible, as well as the New Testament.[13]

The Akkubite Line; descent-line from the 1st Dynasty exilarchs through the Akkubite line to the 2nd Dynasty of exilarchs. Akkub, 27th Exilarch (200BC), 33rd in male-line descent from King David of Israel, ancestor of the Akkubite Line.[14]

Religion

Occupation

Events

Will

Death

Nathan died ...

Buried

Family

Nathan ben Shalom the father of

  1. Hunya ben Nathan (AD50/75).[15][16]

Notes:

Nathan the father of Hunya.[17][18]

Notes

Note

Sources

Source

David Hughes

Davidic Dynasty

The Davidic Dynasty is sometimes called the "Stem Of Jesse" (Isa. 11:1) and/or the "Root Of Jesse" (Isa. 11:10) in scripture. David Hughes

section 4H: gateway ancestors: the Akkubite Line; descent-line from the 1st Dynasty exilarchs through the Akkubite line to the 2nd Dynasty of exilarchs (below)

(33) Akkub, 27th Exilarch (200BC) (above), 33rd in male-line descent from King David of Israel, ancestor of the Akkubite Line, the father of

(34) David (d167), the father of

(35) Shlomo (d135), fought the Syrians under the Maccabee ethnarchs (165-135BC), the father of

(36) Shemaya (d129), reproved the Maccabee Ethnarch Hyrcanus [I] for illegally assuming the title "King" in 129BC, and was executed for his opposition, father of

(37) David (100BC), the father of

(38) Schania, the father of

(39) Hizkiah, the father of

(40) Shalom, collateral cousin of the exilarch, the father of

(41) Nathan "De-Zuzita" (AD25/50), was the original of the story of the Jewish hero whose epithet was "De-Zuzita". He is placed in the first century AD in one story; while he appears in the time of Rabbi Akiva in another story; however, in still another legend he is identified with the Exilarch Mar-Ukba I whose original name had been Nathan. Thus, either of these figures or perhaps all three may be identified with "De-Zuzita"; the father of

(42) Hunya (AD50/75), the father of

(43) Shlomo (AD75/100), the father of

(44) Yakov (AD100/125), the father of

(45) Ahija[h] [#1], 44th Exilarch, who represented a secondary-line, who founded a new [the 2nd] dynasty of exilarchs, circa AD 130, upon the extinction of the main-line of the dynasty with the death of Pinchi, 43rd Exilarch.

see section 7C: medieval Jewish exilarchs, c AD 130-642, 2nd Dynasty (below)

Sources

  • Attached Documents.
  • Goode, Alexander D.,'The Exilarchate in the Eastern Caliphate, 637-1258', 'The Jewish Quarterly Review', New Ser., Vol. 31, No. 2 (Oct., 1940), p. 169

External Source Credits

  • Loeb Family Tree, Helen and Daniel Loeb, 2001. website.
  • Davidic Roots From Aleppo, By Mitchell Dayan. website
  • The Descent of Hughes, Graham Senior-Milne Norham, October 2010. website.
  • Davidic Dynasty, The Davidic Dynasty is sometimes called the "Stem Of Jesse" (Isa. 11:1) and/or the "Root Of Jesse" (Isa. 11:10) in scripture. David Hughes.

Merged WikiTree Files

Foot Notes

  1. Davidic Dynasty, by David Hughes.
  2. Loeb Family Tree, Helen and Daniel Loeb, 2001.
  3. Davidic Dynasty, by David Hughes.
  4. Entered by Michael Lechner, June 5, 2012
  5. Davidic Dynasty, by David Hughes.
  6. Loeb Family Tree, Helen and Daniel Loeb, 2001.
  7. Davidic Dynasty, by David Hughes.
  8. Davidic Dynasty, by David Hughes.
  9. Loeb Family Tree, Helen and Daniel Loeb, 2001.
  10. Davidic Dynasty, by David Hughes.
  11. Loeb Family Tree, Helen and Daniel Loeb, 2001.
  12. Davidic line
  13. Davidic line
  14. Davidic Dynasty, by David Hughes.
  15. Davidic Dynasty, by David Hughes.
  16. Loeb Family Tree, Helen and Daniel Loeb, 2001.
  17. Davidic Dynasty, by David Hughes.
  18. Loeb Family Tree, Helen and Daniel Loeb, 2001.









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