Baasha of Israel
Baasha (Hebrew: בַּעְשָׁא‎, Baʿasha, "Baal hears") was the third king of the northern Israelite Kingdom of Israel. He was the son of Ahijah of the Tribe of Issachar. Baasha's story is told in 1&...
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Jeroboam
Jeroboam /ˌdʒɛrəˈboʊ.əm/ (Hebrew: יָרָבְעָם yarobh`am; Greek: Ἱεροβοάμ Hieroboam) was the first king of the northern Israelite Kingdom of Israel after the revolt of the ten northern Israelite tri...
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David and Goliath (1960 film)
David e Golia (English translation: David and Goliath) is a 1960 Italian film directed by Ferdinando Baldi and Richard Pottier with sequences filmed in Israel and Yugoslavia.
The Prophet Samuel f...
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Solomon's Pools
Solomon's Pools (Arabic: برك سليمان‎, Burak Suleīmān, Solomon's Pools, or simply el-Burak, the pools; Hebrew: בריכות שלמה‎, Breichot Shlomo) are three ancient reservoirs located in the...
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Tamar (daughter of David)
Tamar (Hebrew: תָּמָר,  tamar,  tāmār) is a person in 2 Samuel in the Hebrew Bible. She was the daughter of King David, and sister of Absalom. Her mother was Maacah, daughter of Talmai, king...
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Rehoboam
Rehoboam (pronounced /ˌriːəˈboʊ.əm/; Hebrew: רְחַבְעָם,  Reẖav'am,  Rəḥaḇʻām ; meaning "he who enlarges the people"; Greek: Ροβοαμ; Latin: Roboam) was, according to the Hebr...
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Solomon's knot
Solomon's knot (Latin: sigillum Salomonis) is the most common name for a traditional decorative motif used since ancient times, and found in many cultures. Despite the name, it is actually classified ...
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Asa of Judah
Asa (Hebrew: אָסָא,  Asa,  ʾĀsâ; Greek: Ασα; Latin: Asa) was, according to the Hebrew Bible, was third king of the Kingdom of Judah and the fifth king of the House of David. He was t...
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Nitzevet
Nitzevet (Nzb'th) was a Israelite woman who was the mother of King David according to the Talmud, but she is not named in the Bible. She was an ancestress of the Kings of Judah.
Nitzevet’s father...
Bathsheba
According to the Hebrew Bible, Bathsheba (/bæθˈʃiːbə/ or /ˈbæθʃɪbə/; Hebrew: בַּת שֶׁ֫בַע‎, Baṯ-šeḇa‘, "daughter of the oath"; Arabic: بثشبع‎, "ابنة القسم") was the wife of Uriah the H...
History of music in the biblical period
Knowledge of the biblical period is mostly from literary references in the Bible and post-biblical sources. Religion and music historian Herbert Lockyer, Jr. writes that "music, both vocal and instrum...
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Solomon
Solomon (/ˈsɒləmən/; Hebrew: שְׁלֹמֹה,  Shlomo,  Šəlōmō Šlomo; Syriac: ܫܠܝܡܘܢ Shlemun; Arabic: سُليمان‎ Sulaymān, also colloquially: Silimān or Slemān; Greek: Σολομών Sol...
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Eilat stone
Eilat Stone derives its name from the city of Eilat where it was once mined, it is a green-blue inhomogeneous mixture of several secondary copper minerals including malachite, azurite, turquoise, pseu...
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Kingdom of Israel (united monarchy)
The United Monarchy is the name given to the Israelite kingdom of Israel and Judah, during the reigns of Saul, David and Solomon, known primarily from the Hebrew Bible. This is traditionally dated bet...
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David
David (/ˈdeɪvɪd/; Hebrew: דָּוִד, דָּוִיד,  David,  Dāwîḏ; Dawid; Arabic: داوُود‎ Dāwūd; Syriac: ܕܘܝܕ Dawid; Greek: Δαβίδ; Strong's: Daveed) was, according to the books of...
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Hanun
Hanun was a king of Ammon described in 2 Samuel. Upon the death of his father Nahash, Hanun ascended to the throne of the Ammonites. When King David sent ambassadors to convey his condolences, Hanun r...
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Sons of David
The sons of King David are mentioned both as a group and singly repeatedly in the Hebrew Bible accounts of the reigns both of David and his successor Solomon
The number of sons mentioned by name i...
David in Islam
David, or Dawud (Arabic: داود, translit.: ʾdāūd, [daːʔwd], Daud or Dawud), (circa 1043 BC - 937 BC?), is recognized in Islam as a prophet, messenger (Rasul), and lawgiver of God, and as a rig...
Solomon's Temple
According to the Bible, Solomon's Temple, also known as the First Temple, was the Holy Temple (Hebrew: בֵּית־הַמִּקְדָּשׁ‎: Bet HaMikdash) in ancient Jerusalem, on the Temple Mount (also known a...
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City of David
The City of David (Hebrew: עיר דוד‎, Ir David; Arabic: مدينة داوود‎, Madīna Dāwūd) is the Israeli name for the neighbourhood of Wadi Hilweh (Arabic: وادي حلوه‎) in Silwan.The...
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Nadab of Israel
Nadab (Hebrew: נָדָב) was the second king of the northern Israelite Kingdom of Israel. He was the son and successor of Jeroboam. Nadab became king of Israel in the second year of Asa, king of Judah, a...
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Queen of Sheba
The Queen of Sheba is a queen regnant who appears in the Bible. The tale of her visit to King Solomon has undergone extensive Jewish, Arabian and Ethiopian elaborations, and has become the subject of ...
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Jesse
Jesse /ˈdʒɛs.iː/, Ishai or Yishai, (Hebrew: יִשַׁי,  Yishay,  Yīšáy, meaning "God exists" or "God's gift"; Arabic: يَسَّى‎ Yassa; Syriac: ܐܝܫܝ Eshai; Greek: Ἰεσσαί Iessai; ...
Astarte
Astarte /æˈstɑrti/ (Ancient Greek: Ἀστάρτη, "Astártē") is the Greek name of the Mesopotamian (i.e. Assyrian, Akkadian, Babylonian) Semitic goddess Ishtar known throughout the Near East and Easter...
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Abijah of Judah
Abijam (Hebrew: אֲבִיָּם, ʼĂḇiyyām ; meaning "father of the sea" or "my father is the sea"; Greek: Αβιου; Latin: Abiam) was, according to the Hebrew Bible, the fourth king of the ...
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The Lesser Key of Solomon
The Lesser Key of Solomon, also known as the Clavicula Salomonis Regis or Lemegeton, is an anonymous grimoire (or spell book) on demonology. It was compiled in the mid-17th century, mostly from mater...
Kentish Psalm
The Kentish Psalm, also known as Kentish Psalm 50, is an Old English translation of and commentary on Psalm 51 (numbered 50 in the Septuagint). The poem is extant in a single manuscript, British Libra...