During the period of the later Kingdom of Judah and the Exile, the Tribe of Benjamin merged into the much larger Tribe of Judah, but this was more of a cultural absorption than any proclamation or intent.
The Confederate Secretary of war was Judah P. Benjamin. IMPROVEMENT Five Secretaries of War were appointed to and followed each other in the Confederate Government during the war. They were: 1 - Leroy P. Walker, 2 - Judah Benjamin, 3… Full Answer
Yes. They expelled the entire Jewish population, which at the time consisted of the Tribes of Judah and Benjamin. 133 years earlier, the Assyrians had expelled most of the population of the land (the Ten Tribes), but the rest remained… Full Answer
of course he didnt ANSWER: When the complete kingdom of Israel split, Judah and Benjamin were in the southern kingdom known as Judah. The other ten tribes formed a new kingdom in the north known as Israel.
The Tribe of Judah was one of the Tribes of Israel. At its height, it was the leading tribe of the Kingdom of Judah, and occupied most of the territory of the kingdom, except for a small region in the… Full Answer
The Bible tells us that the fr more numerous northern tribes broke away from the united monarchy of Israel, and somehow managed to be called 'Israel' while the smaller and less prosperous remnant enclave, having been deprived of that honour… Full Answer