copper, the daughter of Elnathan of Jerusalem, and the wife of Jehoiakin (2 Kings 24:8), king of Judah.
nehushta looked back as she reached the opposite end of the little plot.
nehushta pushed the slaves aside and fled towards the palace.
Scarcely was this task accomplished to nehushta's satisfaction when her quick ears caught a sound.
But nehushta took his hand in hers, and gazed into his calm eyes.
nehushta was frightened, and sprang to her feet with the graceful quickness of a startled deer.
She would certainly discover the king's admiration for nehushta.
Supported by nehushta, Marcus took three tottering steps and reached the open door.
"There is not any deception in that," interrupted nehushta gently.
At moonrise nehushta took Miriam by the hand and led her through the resting camels to a spot a few yards from the camp.
"The new queen is nehushta—the Hebrew princess," answered the spearman.