We get to David’s sons, the princes of Israel.
Then a list of all the kings of his line.
I’ve already seen in a number of places how one of the royal line, Jehoiachin, survived in Babylonian exile after the fall of Jerusalem. This genaeology fills in the post-exile line, up presumably to the time of Ezra when they were rebuilding Jerusalem.
I suppose they could have made another Davidic king, but maybe they had lost the taste for them by then.
So that’s three chapters of lists of names…