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  • About five hundred of Nicanor's men fell; the rest took refuge in the City of David. (1 Maccabees 7, 32)

  • 'It has fallen to him in his time to expel the foreigners from his country, including those in the City of David in Jerusalem, who had converted it into a citadel for their own use, from which they would sally out to defile the surroundings of the sanctuary and to violate its sacred character; (1 Maccabees 14, 36)

  • 'In addition to the above, it was also recorded, both in these writings and in the Memoirs of Nehemiah, how Nehemiah founded a library and made a collection of the books dealing with the kings and the prophets, the writings of David and the letters of the kings on the subject of offerings. (2 Maccabees 2, 13)

  • The proverbs of Solomon son of David, king of Israel: (Proverbs 1, 1)

  • Composition of Qoheleth son of David, king in Jerusalem. (Ecclesiastes 1, 1)

  • Your neck is the Tower of David built on layers, hung round with a thousand bucklers, and each the shield of a hero. (Song of Solomon 4, 4)

  • There was also a covenant with David son of Jesse, of the tribe of Judah, a royal succession by exclusively linear descent, but the succession of Aaron passes to all his descendants. (Ecclesiasticus 45, 25)

  • After him arose Nathan, to prophesy in the time of David. (Ecclesiasticus 47, 1)

  • As the fat is set apart from the communion sacrifice, so was David chosen out of the Israelites. (Ecclesiasticus 47, 2)

  • But the Lord never goes back on his mercy, never cancels any of his words, will neither deny offspring to his elect nor stamp out the line of the man who loved him. And hence, he has granted a remnant to Jacob and to David a root sprung from him. (Ecclesiasticus 47, 22)

  • only a few of the people were left, with a ruler of the House of David. Some of them did what pleased the Lord, others piled sin on sin. (Ecclesiasticus 48, 16)

  • For Hezekiah did what is pleasing to the Lord, and was steadfast in the ways of David his father, enjoined on him by the prophet Isaiah, a great man trustworthy in his vision. (Ecclesiasticus 48, 22)

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