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  • For the word of the LORD which he proclaimed against the altar in Bethel and against all the shrines on the high places in the cities of Samaria shall certainly come to pass." (1 Kings 13, 32)

  • He then bought the hill of Samaria from Shemer for two silver talents and built upon the hill, naming the city he built Samaria after Shemer, the former owner. (1 Kings 16, 24)

  • Omri rested with his ancestors; he was buried in Samaria, and his son Ahab succeeded him as king. (1 Kings 16, 28)

  • In the thirty-eighth year of Asa, king of Judah, Ahab, son of Omri, became king of Israel; he reigned over Israel in Samaria for twenty-two years. (1 Kings 16, 29)

  • Ahab erected an altar to Baal in the temple of Baal which he built in Samaria, (1 Kings 16, 32)

  • Now the famine in Samaria was bitter, (1 Kings 18, 3)

  • Ben-hadad, king of Aram, gathered all his forces, and accompanied by thirty-two kings with horses and chariotry, proceeded to invest and attack Samaria. (1 Kings 20, 1)

  • Ben-hadad then sent him the message, "May the gods do thus and so to me if there is enough dust in Samaria to make handfuls for all my followers." (1 Kings 20, 10)

  • When the retainers of the governors of the provinces marched out first, Ben-hadad received word that some men had marched out of Samaria. (1 Kings 20, 17)

  • Ben-hadad said to him, "I will restore the cities which my father took from your father, and you may make yourself bazaars in Damascus, as my father did in Samaria." "On these terms," Ahab replied, "I will set you free." So he made an agreement with him and then set him free. (1 Kings 20, 34)

  • Disturbed and angry, the king of Israel went off homeward and entered Samaria. (1 Kings 20, 43)

  • Some time after this, as Naboth the Jezreelite had a vineyard in Jezreel next to the palace of Ahab, king of Samaria, (1 Kings 21, 1)

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