(1.) Head of the ninth priestly order (Ezra 2:36); called also Jeshuah (1 Chr. 24:11). (2.) A Levite appointed by Hezekiah to distribute offerings in the priestly cities (2 Chr. 31:15). (3.) Ezra 2:6; Neh. 7:11. (4.) Ezra 2:40; Neh. 7:43. (5.) The son of Jozadak, and high priest of the Jews under Zerubbabel (Neh. 7:7; 12:1, 7, 10, 26); called Joshua (Hag. 1:1, 12; 2:2, 4; Zech. 3:1, 3, 6, 8, 9). (6.) A Levite (Ezra 8:33). (7.) Neh. 3:19. (8.) A Levite who assisted in the reformation under Nehemiah (8:7; 9:4, 5). (9.) Son of Kadmiel (Neh. 12:24). (10.) A city of Judah (Neh. 11:26). (11.) Neh. 8:17; Joshua, the son of Nun.
These were the chiefs of the priests and of their brothers in the days of jeshua.
These were the chief of the priests and of their brethren in the days of jeshua.
jeshua ben Judah likewise agrees with Al-Basir in regarding the nature of good and evil as absolute, not relative.
This Eliashib was the grandson of the high priest jeshua, who had returned with Zerubbabel.
We begin with the priests, and among these a front rank is given to the house of jeshua.
Now about this time a son of jeshua, whose name was Joacim, was the high priest.
jeshua the priest now precedes Zerubbabel, as well as the rest of the twelve leaders, in inaugurating the great work.