(She·luʹmi·el) [peace of God].
A Simeonite chieftain. Shelumiel assisted with the national census that was taken about a year after the exodus from Egypt. He was chieftain of the army of Simeon; also, he presented the tribe’s offering when the tabernacle altar was inaugurated.—Num. 1:4, 6; 2:12; 7:36-41; 10:19.