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Chushan-rishathaim


Chu’shan-rishatha’im (chief of two governments), the king of Mesopotamia who oppressed Israel during eight years in the generation immediately following Joshua. Judges 3:8. (b.c. after 1420.) His yoke was broken from the neck of the people of Israel by Othniel, Caleb’s nephew. Judges 3:10.