Trouvé 112 Résultats pour: horses

  • Then the hoofs of the horses pounded, with the dashing, dashing of his steeds. (Judges 5, 22)

  • He told them: "The rights of the king who will rule you will be as follows: He will take your sons and assign them to his chariots and horses, and they will run before his chariot. (1 Samuel 8, 11)

  • David captured from him one thousand seven hundred horsemen and twenty thousand foot soldiers. And he hamstrung all the chariot horses, preserving only enough for a hundred chariots. (2 Samuel 8, 4)

  • After this Absalom provided himself with chariots, horses, and fifty henchmen. (2 Samuel 15, 1)

  • Solomon had four thousand stalls for his twelve thousand chariot horses. (1 Kings 5, 6)

  • For the chariot horses and draft animals also, each brought his quota of barley and straw to the required place. (1 Kings 5, 8)

  • all his cities for supplies, cities for chariots and for horses, and whatever else Solomon decided should be built in Jerusalem, in Lebanon, and in the entire land under his dominion. (1 Kings 9, 19)

  • Each one brought his yearly tribute: silver or gold articles, garments, weapons, spices, horses and mules. (1 Kings 10, 25)

  • Solomon's horses were imported from Cilicia, where the king's agents purchased them. (1 Kings 10, 28)

  • Ahab said to Obadiah, "Come, let us go through the land to all sources of water and to all the streams. We may find grass and save the horses and mules, so that we shall not have to slaughter any of the beasts." (1 Kings 18, 5)

  • 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)

  • The king of Israel went out, took the horses and chariots, and inflicted a severe defeat on Aram. (1 Kings 20, 21)


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