Mattithiah

Mattithiah (Mat´uh-thi´uh; Heb., “gift of Yah[weh]”)

. 1 A Levite who was in charge of baked goods in the Temple (1Chr 9:31). 2 A Levite gatekeeper of the clan of Merari during the reign of King David (1Chr 15:18). 3 A levitical musician during the time of David (1Chr 15:21); he is probably the same musician chosen to help celebrate the transfer of the Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem (1Chr 16:5); and he is possibly also the same Levite of the clan of Jeduthan who was head of the fourteenth course of musicians (1Chr 25:3; 1Chr 25:21). 4 A postexilic member of the clan of Nebo who took a foreign wife (Ezra 10:43). 5 One, probably a Levite, who was with Ezra at the reading of the law (Neh 8:4).

1Chr 9:31

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1Chr 15:18

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1Chr 15:21

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1Chr 16:5

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1Chr 25:3

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1Chr 25:21

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Ezra 10:43

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Neh 8:4

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