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  • There too he destroyed the altars and symbols of the goddess, smashed the sacred trunks and the idols and ground them to powder, and tore down all the altars of incense throughout the land of Israel. Then he returned to Jerusalem. (2 Chronicles 34, 7)

  • Ezra blessed Yahweh, the great God; and all the people lifted up their hands and answered, "Amen! Amen!" And they bowed their heads to the ground. (Nehemiah 8, 6)

  • They both trembled with fear. They threw themselves face downwards on the ground because they were seized with terror. (Tobit 12, 16)

  • But when they strayed from the path he had set for them, they were completely annihilated in many battles, and they were led off into captivity in a country not their own. The temple of their God was leveled to the ground and their cities were occupied by their enemies. (Judith 5, 18)

  • We will burn the whole lot of them in their own homes. Their mountains will be soaked with their blood, their plains will be full of their dead. They will not be able to hold their ground before us. Most surely they will perish, as King Nebuchadnezzar, lord of all the earth, had foretold. He said it and the words he has uttered will not be in vain. (Judith 6, 4)

  • The guards took shelter, tied up Achior and left him lying on the ground at the foot of the mountain. They then returned to their lord. (Judith 6, 13)

  • The people threw themselves down on the ground, worshiped God and called upon his help saying, (Judith 6, 18)

  • Judith knelt and bowed her head to the ground, put ashes on her head and uncovered the sackcloth with which she was clothed. At precisely the same moment as incense was being offered in the House of God at Jerusalem, Judith invoked aloud the Lord God, she said, (Judith 9, 1)

  • she rose from the ground, and after calling her maidservant, she went down into the house where she usually spent the sabbath days and the feasts. (Judith 10, 2)

  • As Judith came before him and his officers, they all admired the beauty of her face. Throwing herself face downwards to the ground, she bowed before him; the servants of Holofernes raised her up. (Judith 10, 23)

  • Then she arose; she dressed in her beautiful garments and all the finery of a woman. Her servant went and spread on the ground, in front of Holofernes, the fleece which Judith had received from Bagoas for her daily use so that she could recline on it while she ate. (Judith 12, 15)

  • Achior was brought from the house of Uzziah. As soon as he arrived and saw the head of Holofernes in the hand of one of the people, he fainted and fell face down on the ground. (Judith 14, 6)

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