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The historian of Kings refers to these works as his source, where additional information may be found. These references show how the historian of Kings used extensive sources selectively.
The Israelite annals are mentioned 18 times I Kings 17 ; ; ; et al. Of all the kings of Israel, only Jehoram and Hosea are not mentioned as referred to in the Israelite annals. It is uncertain whether these books were royal records themselves or edited annals based on the records.
It seems likely in view of the negative references to certain The chronicles of the kings Zimri, Shallum, and Manassehwhich would not very likely be the product of the king's own recorders, that the books were edited annals. Furthermore, the Judean author of Kings could hardly have had access to all the royal records of the northern kingdom.
The content of these books appears identical in character to the Assyrian annals. Probably the mass of facts on royal activities in Kings came from these books. Chronicles mentions the book of the kings of Israel I Chron. The chronicler seems to be referring to the same works, but probably did not actually have them at his disposal.
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