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Nehemiah 7:70

And some of the heads of the fathers' houses gave to the work. The governor gave to the treasury a thousand darics of gold, fifty basins, five hundred and thirty priests' garments.
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George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
Athersatha; that is, Nehemias, as appears from chap. viii. 9. Either that he was so called at the court of the king of Persia, where he was cup-bearer, or that, as some think, this name signifies governor; and he was at that time governor of Judea. (Challoner) Roman Septuagint insinuates that the princes gave these things "to Nehemias. "(Calmet) Alexandrian Septuagint, "They gave for the work, unto Athersatha. " Protestants, "The Tirshatha gave "(Haydock) Thersa means, "he fed "and satha, "he caused to drink. "(Tirinus) The A, at the beginning, is only the article. (Haydock) ...

Richard Challoner

AD 1781
Athersatha: That is, Nehemias; as appears from chap. 12. Either that he was so called at the court of the king of Persia, where he was cupbearer: or that, as some think, this name signifies governor; and he was at that time governor of Judea.

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation. - 2 Peter 1:20

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