22) which had probably languished since the wreck of Jehoshaphat's ships (1 Kings xxii, 48); but the ancient kingdom had been re-established by the time of Ahaz,.
3 Jehoshaphat's supremacy over Philistines and Arabians (2 Chron.
47), and the disaster to the ships at Ezion-Geber at the head of the Gulf of Akaba preceded, if it was not the introduction to, the great revolt in the days of Jehoshaphat's son Jehoram, where, again; the details in 2 Chron.
Apart from what is said of Jehoshaphat's legislative measures (2 Chron.
Xiv.; see AsA); Jehoshaphat's wars and judicial measures (2 Chron.
But some catastrophe befell the fleet, and shortly afterwards Jehoshaphat's son Jehoram had to face a revolt in which Edom and the men of Libnah (the Philistines) were concerned.