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Subject: Re: Proposed DFA through Georgia
Date: Sun, 24 Aug 2008 10:20:28 -0700 (PDT)
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On Aug 24, 5:40 am, Shawn <> wrote:
> The following proposed DFA combines information from a recent article
> in FMG by David H. Kelley and information from several posts on this
> site by Don Stone and Igor Sklar several years ago.  I don't recall
> where I found the information for generations 25-52, but I suspect I
> found it in The Encyclopedia Judaica--these generations in the lineage
> also can be found on a number of web sites, including one on the
> ancestry of the Dayyan family.  I believe the two most hypothetical
> links that require further proof at this point are the connections
> between generations 6-8 and 21-22.
>
> 96. Abraham = Sarah [Gen 11:26; Matt 1:6]
> 95. Isaac = Rebecca [Gen 21:3; Matt 1:6]
> 94. Jacob = Leah [Gen 25:26; Matt 1:6]
> 93. Judah = Tamar [Gen 38:29; Matt 1:6]
> 92. Perez = ____ [1 Chr 2:4; Matt 1:6]
> 91. Hezron = ____ [1 Chr 2:9; Matt 1:6]
> 90. Ram = ____ [1 Chr 2:10; Matt 1:6]
> 89. Amminadab = ____ [1 Chr 2:10; Matt 1:6]
> 88. Nahshon = ____ [1 Chr 2:10; Matt 1:6]
> 87. Salmon = Rahab [1 Chr 2:11; Matt 1:6]
> 86. Boaz = Ruth [1 Chr 2:12; Matt 1:6]
> 85. Obed = ____ [1 Chr 2:12; Matt 1:6]
> 84. Jesse = ____ [1 Chr 2:13-15; Matt 1:6]
> 83. David, King of Judah & Israel 1010-970 BC = Bathsheba [Matt 1:6; 1
> Chr 3:5]
> 82. Solomon, King of Judah & Israel 970-930 BC = Naamah [Matt 1:6, 7;
> 1 Chr 3:5, 10; 1 Kin 14:21]
> 81. Rehoboam, King of Judah 930-913 BC = Michaiah [Matt 1:7; 1 Chr
> 3:10; 2 Chr 13:2]
> 80. Abijam, King of Judah 913-910 BC = Ana [Matt 1:7; 1 Chr 3:10; LXX
> 3 Kin 15:10]
> 79. Asa, King of Judah 910-869 BC = Azubah [Matt 1:7, 8; 1 Chr 3:10; 2
> Chr 20:31]
> 78. Jehoshaphat, King of Judah 869-848 BC = ____ [Matt 1:8; 1 Chr
> 3:10]
> 77. Joram, King of Judah 848-841 BC = Athaliah [Matt 1:8; 1 Chr 3:11;
> 2 Chr 22:2]
> 76. Ahaziah, King of Judah 841 BC = Zibiah [omitted in Matt; 1 Chr
> 3:11; 2 Chr 24:1]
> 75. Joash, King of Judah 835-796 BC = Jehoaddan [omitted in Matt; 1
> Chr 3:11; 2 Chr 25:1]
> 74. Amaziah, King of Judah 796-767 BC = Jecholiah [omitted in Matt; 1
> Chr 3:12; 2 Chr 26:3]
> 73. Uzziah, King of Judah 767-740 BC = Jerusha [Matt 1:8, 9; 1 Chr
> 3:12; 2 Chr 27:1]
> 72. Jotham, King of Judah 740-735 BC = Azrikam [Matt 1:9; 1 Chr 3:12;
> 1 Chr 9:44]
> 71. Ahaz, King of Judah 735-726 BC = Abijah [Matt 1:9; 1 Chr 3:13; 2
> Chr 29:1]
> 70. Hezekiah, King of Judah 726-697 BC = Hephzibah [Matt 1:9, 10; 1
> Chr 3:13; 2 Kin 21:1]
> 69. Manasseh, King of Judah 697-642 BC = Meshullemeth [Matt 1:10; 1
> Chr 3:13; 2 Kin 21:19]
> 68. Amon, King of Judah 642-640 BC = Jedidah [Matt 1:10; 1 Chr 3:14; 2
> Kin 22:1]
> 67. Josiah, King of Judah 640-609 BC = Zebudah [Matt 1:10, 11; 1 Chr
> 3:14, 15; 2 Kin 23:36]
> 66. Jehoiakim, King of Judah 609-598 = Nehushta [1 Chr 3:15]
> 65. Jeconiah, King of Judah 598 BC = Tamar [1 Chr 3:16]
> 64. Padaiah = ____ [1 Chr 3:17-18]
> 63. Zerubbabel, Exilarch in Babylon 545-510 BC = Esthra [1 Chr 3:19]
> 62. Hananiah, Exilarch in Babylon = ____ [1 Chr 3:19]
> 61. Jeshaiah, Exilarch in Babylon = ____ [1 Chr 3:21]
> 60. Rephaiah, Exilarch in Babylon = ____ [1 Chr 3:21]
> 59. Arnan = ____ [1 Chr 3:21]
> 58. Obadiah, Exilarch in Babylon = ____ [1 Chr 3:21]
> 57. Shecaniah, Exilarch in Babylon = ____ [1 Chr 3:21]
> 56. Shemaiah, Exilarch in Babylon = ____ [1 Chr 3:22]
> 55. Neariah, Exilarch in Babylon = ____ [1 Chr 3:22]
> 54. Elioenai, Exilarch in Babylon = ____ [1 Chr 3:22, 23]
> 53. Akkub = ____ [1 Chr 3:24]
> 52. David = ____
> 51. Shlomo = ____
> 50. Shemiah = ____
> 49. David = ____
> 48. Shechaniah = ____
> 47. Hizkiah = ____
> 46. Shalom = ____
> 45. Nathan = ____
> 44. Hunya = ____
> 43. Shlomo = ____
> 42. Yakov = ____
> 41. Ahija, Exilarch in Babylon 135-145 AD [Began New Dynasty] = ____
> 40. Nakum II, Exilarch in Babylon 145-170 AD = ____
> 39. Mar Ukba I, Exilarch in Babylon 210-240 AD = ____
> 38. Huna II, Exilarch in Babylon 240-259 AD = ____
> 37. Nathan I, Exilarch in Babylon 259-270 AD = ____
> 36. Nehemiah I, Exilarch in Babylon 270-313 AD = ____
> 35. Mar Ukba II, Exilarch in Babylon 313-317 AD = ____
> 34. Abba, Exilarch in Babylon 350-370 AD = ____
> 33. Kahana I, Exilarch in Babylon 400-415 AD = ____
> 32. Mar Zutra I, Exilarch in Babylon 442-456 = ____
> 31. Kahana II, Exilarch in Babylon 456-465 = ____
> 30. Huna VI, Exilarch in Babylon 484-508 = ____
> 29. Hava [d. 493] = Haninai ben Maremar
> 28. Mar Zutra II, Exilarch in Babylon 512-520 = ____
> 27. Ahunai, Exilarch in Babylon 550-560 = ____
> 26. Kofnai, Exilarch in Babylon 560-581 = ____
> 25. Haninai, Exilarch in Babylon 581-589 = ____
> 24. Bustanai, Exilarch in Baghdad 642-670, b.c. 626, m.c. 660 =
> Izdadwar d. Yezdegird III of Persia
> 23. Hisdai Shahrijar, Exilarch in Baghdad, bef. 680-bef. 715, b.c. 662
> = ____
> 22. Solomon Rosbihan, Exilarch in Baghdad, b.c.685?, d.c. 759 = sister
> of Guaram III, Kouropalates of Iberia
> 21. Guaram IV, Kouropalates of Iberia, b.c. 720 = sister of Ashot III,
> the Blind, Prince of Armenia 732-748
> 20. Adarnase III, the Bagratid “prince … of the House of David the
> Prophet,” b.c. 750? = ____
> 19. Ashot the Great, Kouropalates of Iberia, b.c. 780?, killed in
> battle January 29, 826 = ____
> 18. Bagrat I, Prince of Kartli, 822-876 = dau. of Smbat VII Bagratuni
> the Confessor, King of Armenia
> 17. Davit, Prince of Kartli, Kouropalates, killed 881 = dau. of
> Konstantini, King of Abkhazia
> 16. Adarnase X, Prince of Kartli, Kouropalates, d. 923 = ____
> 15. Sumbat I, Prince of Kartli, Kouropalates, d. 958 = ____
> 14. Bagrat II the Simple, Prince of Kartli, d. 994 = ____
> 13. Gurgen I, Prince of Kartli, d. 1008 or after = dau. of Leon, King
> of Abkhazia
> 12. Bagrat III, King of Abkhazia, d. 1014 = ____
> 11. Giorgi I, King of Abkhazia, 1014-1027 = Mariam, dau. of Senekerim
> Yovhannes Arcruni, King of Armenia
> 10. Bagrat IV, King of Georgia, 1027-1072 = Borena of Ossetia
> 09. Giorgi II, King of Georgia, 1072-1112 = Helene
> 08. David IV, King of Georgia, d. 1125 = Rusudan of Armenia
> 07. Rusudan of Georgia = David of Ossetia
> 06. Aspa of Ossetia = Georgios Comnenodukas Palaiologos, b.c. 1125
> 05. Irina Palaiologina = Isaac II Angelos, Emperor of Byzantium, b.c.
> 1156
> 04. Irina Angelaena of Byzantium = Philip, Holy Roman Emperor
> 03. Maria von Hohenstauffen = Henry II, Duke of Brabant
> 02. Matilda of Brabant = Robert, Count of Artois
> 01. Blanche Capet, b.c. 1253, d. 1302 = Edmund Plantagenet, 1st Earl
> of Lancaster
>
> - Generations 01-05.  Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots of Certain
> American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, (Baltimore, MD:
> Genealogical Publishing Company, 1999, seventh edition), 47.
> - Generations 05-10.  Rudolf Hiestand, “Die Erste Ehe Isaaks II
> Angelus und Seine Kinder” in Jahrbuch der Osterreichischen
> Byzantinistik, 47 [1997]: 199-208.  On January 18-19, 2000, Don Stone
> cited this and other articles to support the proposition that the
> first wife of Isaac II Angelos was a daughter of Georgios Comnenodukas
> Palaiologos, whose wife was a Georgian princess.  He also wrote that
> Jean-Claude Cheynet and Jean-Francois Vannier, in Etudes
> Prosopographiques, 1986, esp. 156-158, 162-163, show that Andronikos
> Palaiologos was called “beloved brother-in-law” of Isaac II Angelos,
> Emperor of Byzantium.  Seehttp://groups.google.ca/group/soc.genealogy.medieval/browse_thread/th....
> On March 15-24, 2003, Igor Sklar provided additional information
> indicating that the mother-in-law of Isaac II Angelos was Aspa of
> Ossetia, daughter of David of Ossetia and Rusudan of Georgia, daughter
> of David IV, King of Georgia and Rusudan of Armenia—seehttp://groups.google.ca/group/soc.genealogy.medieval/browse_thread/th....
> - Generations 08-20.  Charles Cawley and Foundations of Medieval
> Genealogy, Medieval Lands athttp://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/Contents.htm.
> - Generations 19-25.  David H. Kelley, FASG, “The Political Role of
> Solomon, the Exilarch, c. 715-759 CE [Part 2],” in Foundations of
> Medieval Genealogy [2006] 2 [2]:140-157.

As the Old Testament & Encyclopedia Judaica citations are entirely
secondary at best & possibly mythological, I would have difficulty in
accepting the older generations given here. At what point does the
historical record kick in - possibly Armenia? Bronwen



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