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RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY
Old Testament
→ 2 Kings (A.V. II Samuel) → David and Bethsabee (2 Kings 11-12)
→ Bethsabee without David, without a letter or a message
→ David watches Bethsabee in the bath (2 Kings 11:2)
→ David summons Bethsabee (2 Kings 11:4)
→ David lies with Bethsabee (2 Kings 11:4)
→ Bethsabee informs David that she had conceived (2 Kings 11:5)
→ Urias refuses to go to his house (2 Kings 11:11)
→ David gives the letter to Urias (2 Kings 11:14-15)
→ Urias delivers the letter to Joab (2 Kings 11:14-15)
→ Urias is placed in the fiercest battle and dies (2 Kings 11:16-17)
→ Bethsabee mourns for Urias (2 Kings 11:26)
→ David marries Bethsabee (2 Kings 11:27)
→ Nathan tells David the parable of the poor man (2 Kings 12:1)
→ The content of the parable of the poor man (2 Kings 12:2-4)
→ Nathan rebukes David but also promises forgiveness, once David repents (2 Kings 12:7-12, title of Psalm 50)
→ David's repentance - without Nathan (2 Kings 12:13)
→ David conquers Rabbath and kills its inhabitants by sawing them asunder and driving chariots over them (2 Kings 12:31)