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Hazelelponi

Hazelelponi depicted in the Bible

Hazelelponi (also spelled Hazzelelponi or Asalelphuni; Hebrew: הַצְלֶלְפּוֹנִי‎, “shade coming upon me”) is a biblical woman mentioned in 1 Chronicles 4:3. Tzelafon was named after her.

Family

Hazelelponi was a daughter of a man named Etam and thus a descendant of Judah.

She was also a sister of Jezreel, Ishma and Idbash, of the tribe of Judah.

A similarly named woman, Zʻllpunith or Zlelponith, is referred to in rabbinical sources - Midrash Numbers Rabbah Naso 10 and Bava Batra 91a[1] - as being the mother of Samson, the famous judge.

According to the ancient Rabbinic tradition, Hazelelponi was married to Manoah. She also had a daughter called Nishyan or Nashyan.[2][3]

See also

References

  1. ^ Babylonian Talmud: Tractate Bava Batra Folio 91.
  2. ^ Samson, Jewish Encyclopedia. "The mother of Samson [was named] Zlelponith, and his sister, Nashyan."
  3. ^ Porter, J. R. (2000). The Illustrated Guide to the Bible. New York: Barnes & Noble Books. p. 75. ISBN 0-7607-2278-1.
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