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  • Any trees, however, which you know are not fruit trees, you may destroy and cut down and use to build siege-works against the hostile town until it falls.' (Deuteronomy 20, 20)

  • During the siege and in the distress to which your enemy will reduce you, you will eat the offspring of your own body, the flesh of the sons and daughters given you by Yahweh your God. (Deuteronomy 28, 53)

  • not willing to give any of them any of his own children's flesh, which he is eating; because of the siege and the distress to which your enemy will reduce you in all your towns, he will have nothing left. (Deuteronomy 28, 55)

  • she will hide away and eat them, so complete will be the starvation resulting from the siege and the distress to which your enemy will reduce you in all your towns. (Deuteronomy 28, 57)

  • The five Amorite kings joined forces and went up there, that is, the king of Jerusalem, the king of Hebron, the king of Jarmuth, the king of Lachish and the king of Eglon, they and all their armies; laying siege to Gibeon, they attacked it. (Joshua 10, 5)

  • About a month later, Nahash the Ammonite marched up and laid siege to Jabesh in Gilead. All the men of Jabesh said to Nahash, 'Make a treaty with us and we will be your subjects.' (1 Samuel 11, 1)

  • At the turn of the year, at the time when kings go campaigning, David sent Joab and with him his guards and all Israel. They massacred the Ammonites and laid siege to Rabbah-of-the-Ammonites. David, however, remained in Jerusalem. (2 Samuel 11, 1)

  • So now muster the rest of the army, lay siege to the town and take it, or I will take it and the town will be called after me!' (2 Samuel 12, 28)

  • Laying siege to him in Abel Beth-Maacah, they threw up a ramp against the outer wall of the town, (2 Samuel 20, 15)

  • This is not the issue; a man from the highlands of Ephraim, called Sheba son of Bichri, has revolted against the king, against David. Hand that one man over and I will raise the siege of the town.' 'Very well,' the woman said to Joab, 'his head will be thrown over the wall to you.' (2 Samuel 20, 21)

  • 'Should there be famine in the country, or pestilence, wind-blast or mildew, locust or caterpillar; should their enemy lay siege to one of their gates; should there be any plague or any disease: (1 Kings 8, 37)

  • Omri, and all Israel with him, raised the siege of Gibbethon and laid siege to Tirzah. (1 Kings 16, 17)


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