Some articles on reigns, reign, sole reign:
... academic debate about the actual dates of reigns of the Israelite kings. 2 Kings 1810 dates the fall of Samaria (the Northern Kingdom) to the 6th year of Hezekiah's reign ... If Abright's or Thiele's dating are correct, then Hezekiah's reign would begin in either 729 or 727 BC ...
... The first reference would be to the start of the sole reign, the second to the start of the coregency, one year earlier ... The start of his sole reign would be in the six months following Nisan 1 of 841 BC, in the 12th year of Jehoram of Israel (2 Kings 825) his death also occurred in this six-month ... House of David Preceded by Jehoram King of Judah Coregency 843 – 842 BC Sole reign 842 BC Succeeded by Athaliah ...
Famous quotes containing the words reign and/or sole:
“No one would have doubted his ability to reign had he never been emperor.”
—Tacitus (c. 55c. 120)
“Theres only one way for an individual to remain upright, not to fall to pieces, not to sink into the mire of self-oblivion ... or self-contempt. Thats calmly to turn away from everything, to say, Enough! and, folding ones useless arms across ones empty breast, to retain the ultimate, the sole attainable virtue, the virtue of recognizing ones own insignificance.”
—Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev (18181883)