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1Here is a list of descendants of the province of Judah who returned from the captivity, from those who had been exiled. Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon, had taken them to Babylon. They came back to Jerusalem and Judah, each one to his town, 2along with Zerubbabel, Jeshua, Nehemiah, Seraiah, Reelaiah, Mordecai, Bilshan, Mispar, Bigvai, Rehum, and Baanah. Here is the enumeration of: The Men of Israel: 3Descendants of Parosh: 2,172 4Descendants of Shephatiah: 372 5Descendants of Arah: 775 6Descendants of Pahath-moab; that is, through Jeshua and Joab: 2,812 7Descendants of Elam: 1,254 8Descendants of Zattu: 945 9Descendants of Zaccai: 760 10Descendants of Bani: 642 11Descendants of Bebai: 623 12Descendants of Azgad: 1,222 13Descendants of Adonikam: 666 14Descendants of Bigvai: 2,056 15Descendants of Adin: 454 16Descendants of Ater through Hezekiah: 98 17Descendants of Bezai: 323 18Descendants of Jorah: 112 19Descendants of Hashum: 223 20Descendants of Gibbar: 95 21Descendants of exiles from Bethlehem: 123 22People from Netophah: 56 23People from Anathoth: 128 24Descendants of exiles from Azmaveth: 42 25Descendants of exiles from Kiriath-arim; that is, Chephirah and Beeroth: 743 26Descendants of exiles from Ramah and Geba: 621 27People from Michmas: 122 28People from Bethel and Ai: 223 29Descendants of exiles from Nebo: 52 30Descendants of exiles from Magbish: 156 31Descendants of exiles from the other Elam: 1,254 32Descendants of exiles from Harim: 320 33Descendants of exiles from Lod, Hadid, and Ono: 725 34Descendants of exiles from Jericho: 345 35Descendants of exiles from Senaah: 3,630
36The Priests: Descendants of Jedaiah from the household of Jeshua: 973 37Descendants of Immer: 1,052 38Descendants of Pashhur: 1,247 39Descendants of Harim: 1,017
40The Descendants of Levi: Descendants of Jeshua and Kadmiel; that is, descendants of Hodaviah: 74 41The Singers: Descendants of Asaph: 128 42The Descendants of the Gatekeepers: Descendants of Shallum, Ater, Talmon, Akkub, Hatita, and Shobai, totaling: 139
43The Temple Servants: Descendants of Ziha, Hasupha, and Tabbaoth. 44Descendants of Keros, Siaha, and Padon. 45Descendants of Lebanah, Hagabah, and Akkub. 46Descendants of Hagab, Shalmai, and Hanan. 47Descendants of Giddel, Gahar, and Reaiah. 48Descendants of Rezin, Nekoda, and Gazzam. 49Descendants of Uzza, Paseah, and Besai. 50Descendants of Asnah, Meunim, and Nephusim. 51Descendants of Bakbuk, Hakupha, and Harhur. 52Descendants of Bazluth, Mehida, and Harsha. 53Descendants of Barkos, Sisera, and Temah. 54Descendants of Neziah and Hatipha.
55The Descendants of Solomon's Servants: Descendants of Sotai, Hassophereth, and Peruda. 56Descendants of Jaalah, Darkon, and Giddel. 57Descendants of Shephatiah, Hattil, Pochereth-hazzebaim, and Ami.
58All of the Temple Servants and descendants of Solomon's servants numbered 392.
59Here is a list of returnees from Tel-melah, Tel-harsha, Cherub, Addan, and Immer who could not prove their ancestry and lineage from Israel: 60Descendants of Delaiah, Tobiah, and Nekoda: 652
61Descendants of the Priests: Descendants of Habaiah, Hakkoz, and Barzillai, who married one of the daughters of Barzillai from Gilead and took that name. 62These people searched for their ancestral registrations but they couldn't be located. Accordingly, they were assigned an "unclean" status and couldn't be priests. 63Governor Zerubbabel also ruled that they shouldn't eat anything holy until a priest arose with Urim and Thummim.
64The entire assembly numbered 42,360, 65not including 7,337 male and female servants, along with 200 singing men and women. 66In addition, they had 736 horses, 245 mules, 67435 camels, and 6,720 donkeys.
68When they arrived at the Temple of the LORD in Jerusalem, some of the heads of the families contributed toward building the Temple of God on its former site. 69They contributed to the treasury for this work in accordance with their ability: 61,000 golden drachma, 5,000 units of silver, and 100 priestly robes.
70As a result, the priests, descendants of Levi, certain people, the singers, door-keepers, and the Temple Servants were able to settle in their original cities, with the rest of the Israelis in their cities.