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RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY
Typology and Prophecy
→ Types and Prophecies from the Old Testament → 4 Kings
→ 4 Kings 2:9-10: Eliseus asks for the double spirit of Elias
→ 4 Kings 2:11-12: Assumption of Elias
→ 4 Kings 2:15: The sons of the prophets welcome Eliseus
→ 4 Kings 2:23-24: The children of Bethel mock Eliseus and are killed by bears
→ 4 Kings 3:27: The King of Moab sacrifices his eldest son on the walls to end a siege
→ 4 Kings 4:33-35: Eliseus raises the dead child to life
→ 4 Kings 5:14: Naaman washes himself in the Jordan and is healed
→ 4 Kings 7:1-2: Eliseus prophesies a great plenty
→ 4 Kings 9:33: Jezabel killed and eaten by dogs
→ 4 Kings 11:1: Athalia slays all the royal seed
→ 4 Kings 20:8: Isaias tells Ezechias that God had heard his prayer
→ 4 Kings 20:10-11: God shows that he has heard Ezechias's prayer by moving the shadow backwards
→ 4 Kings 23:4-7: At the command of King Josias the altars of Baal are being destroyed