Who was the longest reigning king in the Bible?

Which king had the longest reign of any king in both Israel and Judah?

Israel’s longest-reigning king was Jeroboam II, who ruled for 41 years. But King Manasseh of Judah enjoyed the longest reign in the Old Testament, serving for 55 years. In fact, he began his reign when he was just 12 years old. During his reign, Manasseh did not devoutly follow the ways of God.

Who ruled many years in Bible?

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Common/Biblical name Albright Thiele
David Reigned over Judah for 7 years in Hebron, then Israel & Judah in Jerusalem for 33 years; 40 years in total. 1000–962
Solomon Reigned over Israel & Judah in Jerusalem for 40 years. 962–922
Rehoboam Reigned for 17 years. 922–915 931–913
Abijah Reigned for 3 years. 915–913 913–911

Which king made a feast for 180 days?

The opening section describes the sumptuous 180-day banquet by the Persian king Ahasuerus for officials from all over the Persian Empire.

When did Hezekiah rule?

The dates of his reign are often given as about 715 to about 686 bc, but inconsistencies in biblical and Assyrian cuneiform records have yielded a wide range of possible dates. Hezekiah reigned at a time when the Assyrian empire was consolidating its control of Palestine and Syria.

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