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1. King of Tyre who encouraged trade with Israel under both David and Solomon (2 Sam. 5: 11 and 1 Kgs. 9: 10–14).

2. A skilled worker in the Temple (1 Kgs. 7: 13).

Subjects: Biblical Studies.

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