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  • When he had completed his plan, Nebuchadnezzar, king of the Assyrians, summoned Holofernes, general in chief of his forces, second to himself in command, and said to him: (Judith 2, 4)

  • So Holofernes left the presence of his lord, and summoned all the princes, and the generals and officers of the Assyrian army. (Judith 2, 14)

  • From there Holofernes took his whole force, the infantry, cavalry, and chariots, and marched into the mountain region. (Judith 2, 22)

  • After the spokesmen had reached Holofernes and given him this message, (Judith 3, 5)

  • At length Holofernes reached Esdraelon in the neighborhood of Dothan, the approach to the main ridge of the Judean mountains; (Judith 3, 9)

  • When the Israelites who dwelt in Judea heard of all that Holofernes, commander-in-chief of Nebuchadnezzar, king of the Assyrians, had done to the nations, and how he had despoiled all their temples and destroyed them, (Judith 4, 1)

  • It was reported to Holofernes, commander-in-chief of the Assyrian army, that the Israelites were ready for battle, and had blocked the mountain passes, fortified the summits of all the higher peaks, and placed roadblocks in the plains. (Judith 5, 1)

  • Now when Achior had concluded his recommendation, all the people standing round about the tent murmured; and the officers of Holofernes and all the inhabitants of the seacoast and of Moab alike said he should be cut to pieces. (Judith 5, 22)

  • Let us therefore attack them; your great army, Lord Holofernes, will swallow them up." (Judith 5, 24)

  • When the noise of the crowd surrounding the council had subsided, Holofernes, commander-in-chief of the Assyrian army, said to Achior, in the presence of the whole throng of coastland peoples, of the Moabites, and of the Ammonite mercenaries: (Judith 6, 1)

  • Then Holofernes ordered the servants who were standing by in his tent to seize Achior, conduct him to Bethulia, and hand him over to the Israelites. (Judith 6, 10)

  • When the men of the city saw them, they seized their weapons and ran out of the city to the crest of the ridge; and all the slingers blocked the ascent of Holofernes' servants by hurling stones upon them. (Judith 6, 12)

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