Tirhakah (Tuhr-hay´kuh; Taharka in the Egyptian records)

A pharaoh of Egypt’s twenty-fifth (“Ethiopian”) dynasty who reigned ca. 690–664 BCE. According to (2Kgs 19:9; (Isa 37:9), Sennacherib received a report that the “Ethiopian king” Tirhakah was marching out against him. At that moment the Assyrian army was engaged in a military campaign against Judah and was attacking Libnah in the Judean Shephelah (lowlands).

2Kgs 19:9

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Isa 37:9

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