2 Chronicles 27:1-9

27  Twenty-five years old was Joʹtham+ when he began to reign, and for sixteen years he reigned in Jerusalem. And his mother’s name was Je·ruʹshah+ the daughter of Zaʹdok.  And he kept doing what was right in Jehovah’s eyes,+ according to all that Uz·ziʹah* his father had done.+ Only he did not invade the temple of Jehovah.+ However, the people were yet acting ruinously.+  He himself built the upper gate+ of Jehovah’s house, and on the wall of Oʹphel+ he did a great deal of building.  And cities+ he built in the mountainous region of Judah,+ and in the woodlands+ he built fortified places+ and towers.+  And he himself warred against the king of the sons of Amʹmon+ and eventually proved stronger than they were, so that the sons of Amʹmon gave him in that year a hundred silver talents* and ten thousand cor*+ measures of wheat+ and ten thousand of barley.+ This was what the sons of Amʹmon paid to him, also in the second year and the third.+  So Joʹtham kept strengthening himself, for he prepared his ways before Jehovah his God.+  As for the rest of the affairs of Joʹtham+ and all his wars and his ways, there they are written in the Book+ of the Kings of Israel and of Judah.  Twenty-five years old he happened to be when he began to reign, and for sixteen years he reigned in Jerusalem.+  Finally Joʹtham lay down with his forefathers,+ and they buried him in the City of David.+ And Aʹhaz+ his son began to reign in place of him.


See 26:1 ftn.
A cor equaled 220 L (200 dry qt).
See App 8A.