Joseph Tribes

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Manasseh (tribal Patriarch) - Biblical Criticism
... metaphor providing an aetiology of the connectedness of the tribe to others in the Israelite confederation ... means to forget, and goes on to argue that it refers to Joseph forgetting his troubles and his father's household, on account of the actions of God ... In the Biblical account, Joseph's other son is Ephraim, and Joseph himself is one of the two children of Rachel and Jacob, the other being Benjamin ...
Ephraim - Biblical Criticism
... an aetiology of the connectedness of the tribe to others in the Israelite confederation ... argues that the name of Ephraim, which means double fruitfulness, refers to Joseph's ability to produce children, specifically while in Egypt (termed by the Torah as the land of his affliction) ... In the Biblical account, Joseph's other son is Manasseh, and Joseph himself is one of the two children of Rachel and Jacob, the other being Benjamin ...
Tribe Of Joseph - Origin
... According to the Torah, the tribe consisted of descendants of Joseph, a son of Jacob and Rachel, from whom it took its name however some Biblical scholars view ... In the Biblical account, Joseph was the brother to Benjamin, the other son of Rachel and Jacob, and the eponym of the Tribe of Benjamin, which was located on the immediate south of the tribe of ... scholars, Benjamin was originally part of the house of Joseph, but the biblical account of this became lost the account of the birth of the other sons of Jacob is ...
List Of Treaties - 1700–1799
... London An attempt to restore the Pragmatic Sanction following the death of Duke Joseph Ferdinand of Bavaria ... Treaty of Altranstädt Emperor Joseph I guarantees to Charles XII religious tolerance and liberty of conscience for Silesian Protestants. 1782 Edict of Tolerance Holy Roman Emperor Joseph II promotes religious tolerance towards Jews ...

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