King Asa (910-869 BCE) who by his wife, Azuba, the daughter of Shilhi and granddaughter or great-granddaughter of King Jeroboam of Israel, by his wife, Egyptian wife, Karamat, the daughter of Pharaoh Shishak of Egypt, became the father of;


King Jehoshaphat  (869-842) who by an unnamed wife, became the father of seven princes; Crown Prince Jehoram, Azariah, Zechariah, Shaphatiah, Michael, Jehiel, and Prince Ahaziah.



King Joram (Jehoram  , Yehoram) (848-841 BCE) was co-regent with his father (842 BCE) during the disastrous war and peace accord with Syria, when King Ahab was mortally-wounded. Jehoram was united in a dynastic marriage with the Hebrew-Phoenician princess, Athalia, the daughter of King Ahab of Israel and Jezebel of Tyre, a Phoenician princess with the hopes of a future Unified Monarchy again.

These are the Ancient Royal Kings of Tribe of Yehudah

King Dawed -King of Israel (1020-970 BCE), who by his 10th and favorite wife, Queen Bathsheba, the daughter of Ammiel (Eliam) the Gilonite, and the former wife of Uriah the Hittite, begot; 5 sons (1st Born Dies) Shimea, Shobab, Nathan, and Solomon.


King Solomon  (970-930 BCE) was born as Prince Jedidiah, the youngest of five sons. He was chosen as the ancestor of the chief royal lineage.
King Rehoboam (930-913 BCE), who by his 2nd wife, Michaiah (Maachah), the granddaughter of Absalom, the Crown Prince of King Solomon, who was the son of Princess Tamar, Absalom’s daughter that was married to Uriel of Gibeah,
King Abijah (913-910 BCE), who by his wife, Ana, the daughter of Ahimaaz the Naphalite, King Solomon’s official purveyor and Basemath, the daughter of King Solomon and his Egyptian wife, Nicaule (Tashere), by the Pharaoh Psusennes II (Psusennes III) of Egypt became the father of