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以斯拉记 2

回归的流亡者名单

1巴比伦王尼布甲尼撒从前把犹大省的人掳到巴比伦,这些人的子孙从流亡之地返回耶路撒冷和犹大后,各回本城。 他们是与所罗巴伯、耶书亚、尼希米、西莱雅、利来雅、末底改、必珊、米斯拔、比革瓦伊、利宏和巴拿一同回来的。

以下是返回的以色列人的数目:

巴录的子孙两千一百七十二人; 示法提雅的子孙三百七十二人; 亚拉的子孙七百七十五人; 巴哈·摩押的子孙,即耶书亚和约押的子孙两千八百一十二人; 以拦的子孙一千二百五十四人; 萨土的子孙九百四十五人; 萨改的子孙七百六十人; 10 巴尼的子孙六百四十二人; 11 比拜的子孙六百二十三人; 12 押甲的子孙一千二百二十二人; 13 亚多尼干的子孙六百六十六人; 14 比革瓦伊的子孙两千零五十六人; 15 亚丁的子孙四百五十四人; 16 亚特的子孙,即希西迦的子孙九十八人; 17 比赛的子孙三百二十三人; 18 约拉的子孙一百一十二人; 19 哈顺的子孙二百二十三人; 20 吉罢珥的子孙九十五人。

21 伯利恒人一百二十三名; 22 尼陀法人五十六名; 23 亚拿突人一百二十八名; 24 亚斯玛弗人四十二名; 25 基列·耶琳人、基非拉人和比录人七百四十三名; 26 拉玛人和迦巴人六百二十一名; 27 默玛人一百二十二名; 28 伯特利人和艾人二百二十三名; 29 尼波人五十二名; 30 末必人一百五十六名; 31 另一个以拦的子孙一千二百五十四人; 32 哈琳人三百二十名; 33 罗德人、哈第人和阿挪人七百二十五名; 34 耶利哥人三百四十五名; 35 西拿人三千六百三十名。

36 祭司有耶大雅的子孙,即耶书亚的子孙九百七十三人; 37 音麦的子孙一千零五十二人; 38 巴施户珥的子孙一千二百四十七人; 39 哈琳的子孙一千零一十七人。

40 利未人有何达威雅的子孙,即耶书亚和甲篾的子孙七十四人; 41 负责歌乐的亚萨的子孙一百二十八人; 42 负责守卫殿门的沙龙的子孙、亚特的子孙、达们的子孙、亚谷的子孙、哈底大的子孙和朔拜的子孙一百三十九人。

43 殿役有西哈的子孙、哈苏巴的子孙、答巴俄的子孙、 44 基绿的子孙、西亚的子孙、巴顿的子孙、 45 利巴拿的子孙、哈迦巴的子孙、亚谷的子孙、 46 哈甲的子孙、萨买的子孙、哈难的子孙、 47 吉德的子孙、迦哈的子孙、利亚雅的子孙、 48 利汛的子孙、尼哥大的子孙、迦散的子孙、 49 乌撒的子孙、巴西亚的子孙、比赛的子孙、 50 押拿的子孙、米乌宁的子孙、尼普心的子孙、 51 巴卜的子孙、哈古巴的子孙、哈忽的子孙、 52 巴洗律的子孙、米希大的子孙、哈沙的子孙、 53 巴柯的子孙、西西拉的子孙、答玛的子孙、 54 尼细亚的子孙和哈提法的子孙。

55 所罗门仆人的子孙有琐太的子孙、琐斐列的子孙、比路大的子孙、 56 雅拉的子孙、达昆的子孙、吉德的子孙、 57 示法提雅的子孙、哈替的子孙、玻黑列·哈斯巴音的子孙和亚米的子孙。

58 殿役和所罗门仆人的子孙共三百九十二人。

59 以下这些人来自特·米拉、特·哈萨、基绿、押但和音麦,但不能证明自己是以色列人的后代: 60 第来雅的子孙、多比雅的子孙和尼哥大的子孙,共六百五十二人。

61-62 祭司中的哈巴雅宗族、哈哥斯宗族和巴西莱宗族,在族谱中都找不到自己的谱系,因此他们算为不洁净,不能做祭司。巴西莱子孙的祖先娶了基列人巴西莱的女儿为妻,因此取名叫巴西莱。 63 省长吩咐他们,要等到用乌陵和土明求问上帝的祭司出现后,才可以吃至圣之物。

64 回到犹大的人共四万二千三百六十名。 65 此外还有他们的七千三百三十七名男女仆婢,二百名男女歌乐手, 66 七百三十六匹马,二百四十五匹骡子, 67 四百三十五头骆驼和六千七百二十头驴。

68 有些族长来到耶路撒冷耶和华的殿时,甘愿为上帝的殿献上礼物,用来在旧址上重新建殿。 69 他们尽自己的能力为这工程捐献了五百公斤金子,三吨银子,以及一百件祭司礼服。

70 祭司、利未人、一些百姓、歌乐手、殿门守卫和殿役住在自己的城里,其余的以色列人也都住在自己的城里。

New Living Translation

Ezra 2

Exiles Who Returned with Zerubbabel

1Here is the list of the Jewish exiles of the provinces who returned from their captivity. King Nebuchadnezzar had deported them to Babylon, but now they returned to Jerusalem and the other towns in Judah where they originally lived. Their leaders were Zerubbabel, Jeshua, Nehemiah, Seraiah, Reelaiah, Mordecai, Bilshan, Mispar, Bigvai, Rehum, and Baanah.

This is the number of the men of Israel who returned from exile:

The family of Parosh2,172
The family of Shephatiah372
The family of Arah775
The family of Pahath-moab (descendants of Jeshua and Joab)2,812
The family of Elam1,254
The family of Zattu945
The family of Zaccai760
10 The family of Bani642
11 The family of Bebai623
12 The family of Azgad1,222
13 The family of Adonikam666
14 The family of Bigvai2,056
15 The family of Adin454
16 The family of Ater (descendants of Hezekiah)98
17 The family of Bezai323
18 The family of Jorah112
19 The family of Hashum223
20 The family of Gibbar95
21 The people of Bethlehem123
22 The people of Netophah56
23 The people of Anathoth128
24 The people of Beth-azmaveth[a]42
25 The people of Kiriath-jearim,[b] Kephirah, and Beeroth743
26 The people of Ramah and Geba621
27 The people of Micmash122
28 The people of Bethel and Ai223
29 The citizens of Nebo52
30 The citizens of Magbish156
31 The citizens of West Elam[c]1,254
32 The citizens of Harim320
33 The citizens of Lod, Hadid, and Ono725
34 The citizens of Jericho345
35 The citizens of Senaah3,630

36 These are the priests who returned from exile:

The family of Jedaiah (through the line of Jeshua)973
37 The family of Immer1,052
38 The family of Pashhur1,247
39 The family of Harim1,017

40 These are the Levites who returned from exile:

The families of Jeshua and Kadmiel (descendants of Hodaviah)74
41 The singers of the family of Asaph128
42 The gatekeepers of the families of Shallum, Ater, Talmon, Akkub, Hatita, and Shobai139

43 The descendants of the following Temple servants returned from exile:

Ziha, Hasupha, Tabbaoth,
44 Keros, Siaha, Padon,
45 Lebanah, Hagabah, Akkub,
46 Hagab, Shalmai,[d] Hanan,
47 Giddel, Gahar, Reaiah,
48 Rezin, Nekoda, Gazzam,
49 Uzza, Paseah, Besai,
50 Asnah, Meunim, Nephusim,
51 Bakbuk, Hakupha, Harhur,
52 Bazluth, Mehida, Harsha,
53 Barkos, Sisera, Temah,
54 Neziah, and Hatipha.

55 The descendants of these servants of King Solomon returned from exile:

Sotai, Hassophereth, Peruda,
56 Jaalah, Darkon, Giddel,
57 Shephatiah, Hattil, Pokereth-hazzebaim, and Ami.

58 In all, the Temple servants and the descendants of Solomon’s servants numbered 392.

59 Another group returned at this time from the towns of Tel-melah, Tel-harsha, Kerub, Addan, and Immer. However, they could not prove that they or their families were descendants of Israel. 60 This group included the families of Delaiah, Tobiah, and Nekoda—a total of 652 people.

61 Three families of priests—Hobaiah, Hakkoz, and Barzillai—also returned. (This Barzillai had married a woman who was a descendant of Barzillai of Gilead, and he had taken her family name.) 62 They searched for their names in the genealogical records, but they were not found, so they were disqualified from serving as priests. 63 The governor told them not to eat the priests’ share of food from the sacrifices until a priest could consult the Lord about the matter by using the Urim and Thummim—the sacred lots.

64 So a total of 42,360 people returned to Judah, 65 in addition to 7,337 servants and 200 singers, both men and women. 66 They took with them 736 horses, 245 mules, 67 435 camels, and 6,720 donkeys.

68 When they arrived at the Temple of the Lord in Jerusalem, some of the family leaders made voluntary offerings toward the rebuilding of God’s Temple on its original site, 69 and each leader gave as much as he could. The total of their gifts came to 61,000 gold coins,[e] 6,250 pounds[f] of silver, and 100 robes for the priests.

70 So the priests, the Levites, the singers, the gatekeepers, the Temple servants, and some of the common people settled in villages near Jerusalem. The rest of the people returned to their own towns throughout Israel.

Notas al pie

  1. 2:24 As in parallel text at Neh 7:28; Hebrew reads Azmaveth.
  2. 2:25 As in some Hebrew manuscripts and Greek version (see also Neh 7:29); Hebrew reads Kiriath-arim.
  3. 2:31 Or of the other Elam.
  4. 2:46 As in an alternate reading of the Masoretic Text (see also Neh 7:48); the other alternate reads Shamlai.
  5. 2:69a Hebrew 61,000 darics of gold, about 1,100 pounds or 500 kilograms in weight.
  6. 2:69b Hebrew 5,000 minas [3,000 kilograms].