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Titlebirth of Samuel, Hannah's prayer and song of thankfulness, Eli, hearing of the capture of the ark, falls from his seat and dies, the Philistines take the ark to Ashdod, the statue of Dagon in Ashdod falls down, first battle between the Philistines and the Israelites at Eben-ezer; the Israelites defeated, David beheads Goliath with a sword, Saul and David in the same cave; Saul relieving himself, meeting of David and Abigail, who kneels before him, Saul kills himself with a sword
TypeIllustration
Sizes95x218
MaterialCopper engraving
ColourBlack
ArtistBorcht, Pieter van der
Oldest appearance in Biblia Sacra1702
Iconclass71F813,71F8133,71F8342,71F8351,71F83511,71F831,71H1443,71H233,71H2442,71H3222
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Iconclass descriptionbirth of Samuel, Hannah's prayer and song of thankfulness, Eli, hearing of the capture of the ark, falls from his seat and dies, the Philistines take the ark to Ashdod, the statue of Dagon in Ashdod falls down, first battle between the Philistines and the Israelites at Eben-ezer; the Israelites defeated, David beheads Goliath with a sword, Saul and David in the same cave; Saul relieving himself, meeting of David and Abigail, who kneels before him, Saul kills himself with a sword

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Amsterdam (formerly Kampen) PTHU BC-AM C 291 (I Kings) 1 between S8v-T1r
Show scan: Amsterdam (formerly Kampen) PTHU BC-AM C 291 (I Kings) vol.1 p.between S8v-T1r
Show edition: 1702.B.dut.HK1.a

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Scan: Amsterdam BVU XI.15217 (Ruth) vol.1 p.between P1v-P2r
Show edition: 1614.B.dut.JEC2.a

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