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Soggin, Alberto (1987). Introduction to the Old Testament. Westminster John Knox Press. ISBN 9780664221560. Archived from the original on 2016-02-07 . Retrieved 2016-01-07. God is angered when Saul, Israel's king, unlawfully offers a sacrifice [28] and later disobeys a divine command both to kill all of the Amalekites and to destroy their confiscated property. [29] Consequently, God sends the prophet Samuel to anoint a shepherd, David, the youngest son of Jesse of Bethlehem, to be king instead. [30] Rosner, Steven (2012). A Guide to the Psalms of David. Outskirts Press. Archived from the original on 2018-12-25 . Retrieved 2020-10-11. In the case of every monarch between GeorgeIV and George V, at least one year passed between accession and coronation. [56] Edward VIII was not crowned and his successor GeorgeVI was crowned 5 months after his accession. The coronation date of his predecessor had already been set; planning simply continued with a new monarch. [57] The coronation of Charles III and Camilla was held on 6 May 2023, eight months after he acceded to the throne. [58] Joseph Heller wrote a novel based on David called God Knows, published by Simon & Schuster. Told from the perspective of an aging David, the humanity—rather than the heroism—of various biblical characters is emphasized. The portrayal of David as a man of flaws such as greed, lust, selfishness, and his alienation from God, the falling apart of his family is a distinctly 20th-century interpretation of the events told in the Bible.

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Hoffman, Alice (2015-09-28). "Geraldine Brooks reimagines King David's life in 'The Secret Chord' ". The Washington Post. Archived from the original on 2018-03-30 . Retrieved 2018-03-29. William Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom! refers to the story of Absalom, David's son; his rebellion against his father and his death at the hands of David's general, Joab. In addition it parallels Absalom's vengeance for the rape of his sister Tamar by his half-brother, Amnon.Kirsch, Jonathan (2000). King David: the real life of the man who ruled Israel. Ballantine. ISBN 0-345-43275-4. Arthur Honegger's oratorio Le Roi David with a libretto by René Morax, instantly became a staple of the choral repertoire.

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Faust, Avraham; Sapir, Yair (2018). "The "Governor's Residency" at Tel 'Eton, The United Monarchy, and the Impact of the Old-House Effect on Large-Scale Archaeological Reconstructions". Radiocarbon. 60 (3): 801–820. Bibcode: 2018Radcb..60..801F. doi: 10.1017/RDC.2018.10. ISSN 0033-8222.

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Dever, William G. (2017). Beyond the Texts: An Archaeological Portrait of Ancient Israel and Judah. SBL Press. ISBN 978-0-88414-217-1. Jonathan meets with David again and confirms his loyalty to David as the future king. After the people of Ziph notify Saul that David is taking refuge in their territory, Saul seeks confirmation and plans to capture David in the Wilderness of Maon, but his attention is diverted by a renewed Philistine invasion and David is able to secure some respite at Ein Gedi. [43] Returning from battle with the Philistines, Saul heads to Ein Gedi in pursuit of David and enters the cave where, as it happens, David and his supporters are hiding, " to attend to his needs". David realises he has an opportunity to kill Saul, but this is not his intention: he secretly cuts off a corner of Saul's robe, and when Saul has left the cave he comes out to pay homage to Saul as the king and to demonstrate, using the piece of robe, that he holds no malice towards Saul. The two are thus reconciled and Saul recognises David as his successor. [44] Rogovoy, Seth (2009-11-24). Bob Dylan: Prophet, Mystic, Poet. Simon & Schuster. p.237. ISBN 978-1-41655983-2. Archived from the original on 2020-10-11 . Retrieved 2018-02-14– via Google Books.

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Moore, Megan Bishop; Kelle, Brad E. (2011). Biblical History and Israel's Past. Eerdmans. ISBN 978-0-8028-6260-0. Archived from the original on 2018-12-25 . Retrieved 2016-05-24.Adad-nirari II Tukulti-Ninurta II Ashurnasirpal II Shalmaneser III Shamshi-Adad V Shammuramat ♀ (regent) Adad-nirari III Shalmaneser IV Ashur-Dan III Ashur-nirari V Two epigraphers, André Lemaire and Émile Puech, hypothesised in 1994 that the Mesha Stele from Moab, dating from the 9th century, also contain the words "House of David" at the end of Line 31, although this was considered as less certain than the mention in the Tel Dan inscription. [129] In May 2019, Israel Finkelstein, Nadav Na'aman, and Thomas Römer concluded from the new images that the ruler's name contained three consonants and started with a bet, which excludes the reading "House of David" and, in conjunction with the monarch's city of residence "Horonaim" in Moab, makes it likely that the one mentioned is King Balak, a name also known from the Hebrew Bible. [130] [131] Later that year, Michael Langlois used high-resolution photographs of both the inscription itself, and the 19th-century original squeeze of the then still intact stele to reaffirm Lemaire's view that line 31 contains the phrase "House of David". [131] [132] Replying to Langlois, Na'aman argued that the "House of David" reading is unacceptable because the resulting sentence structure is extremely rare in West Semitic royal inscriptions. [133] The Triumphal Relief of Shoshenq I near the Bubastite Portal at Karnak, depicting the god Amun-Re receiving a list of cities and villages conquered by the king in his Near Eastern military campaigns.

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