Bathsheba

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Bathsheba was the wife of Uriah the Hittite and later of David, according to the Hebrew Bible.wikipedia
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Uriah the Hittite

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Bathsheba was the wife of Uriah the Hittite and later of David, according to the Hebrew Bible. 1984 The tragicomedic novel God Knows written by Joseph Heller. Narrated by king David, purports to be his deathbed memoirs; however, not recounted in a straightforward fashion, the storyline is often hilariously fractured, exploring David's childhood herding sheep, the prophet Samuel, Goliath, King Saul, Jonathan (and homosexual innuendoes), Bathsheba and Uriah, the Psalms, the treachery of Absalom, Solomon, with even the occasional display of David betraying a knowledge of the future and Heaven.
He was the husband of Bathsheba and was sent to the front lines of battle by order of King David.

Solomon

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She was the mother of Solomon, who succeeded David as king, making her the Queen mother. 1984 The tragicomedic novel God Knows written by Joseph Heller. Narrated by king David, purports to be his deathbed memoirs; however, not recounted in a straightforward fashion, the storyline is often hilariously fractured, exploring David's childhood herding sheep, the prophet Samuel, Goliath, King Saul, Jonathan (and homosexual innuendoes), Bathsheba and Uriah, the Psalms, the treachery of Absalom, Solomon, with even the occasional display of David betraying a knowledge of the future and Heaven.
Solomon was born in Jerusalem, the second born child of David and his wife Bathsheba, widow of Uriah the Hittite.

Queen mother

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She was the mother of Solomon, who succeeded David as king, making her the Queen mother.
Bathsheba (11th century BC) Israel and Judah

Genealogy of Jesus

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In, "the wife of Uriah" is mentioned as one of the ancestors of Jesus.
The women are included early in the genealogy—Tamar, Rachab, Ruth, and "the wife of Uriah" (Bathsheba).

Ahitophel

Achitophel
An Eliam is mentioned in as the son of Ahithophel, who is described as the Gilonite.
Since 2 Samuel 11:3 notes that Eliam is the father of Bathsheba, some scholars suggest that the Ahitophel of 2 Samuel 15 may in fact be Bathsheba's grandfather.

Ammiel

Bathsheba was the daughter of Eliam (, Ammiel in ).
The father of Bathsheba, the wife of Uriah, and afterwards of David (1 Chronicles 3:5). He is called Eliam in 2 Samuel 11:3.

Nathan (son of David)

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1 Chronicles omits all reference to the way in which Bathsheba became David's wife, and gives only the names of her children in -- Shimea, Shobab, Nathan, and Solomon.
Nathan was the third of four sons born to King David and Bathsheba in Jerusalem.

Court History of David

The passages in which Bath-sheba is mentioned are, and —both of which are parts of the oldest stratum of the books of Samuel and Kings, part of that court history of David, written by someone who stood very near the events and who did not idealize David.
The Court History includes several stories with a distinctly negative attitude towards King David (e.g., the story of his adultery with Bathsheba).

Bathsheba at Her Bath (Rembrandt)

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Bathsheba at Her Bath (Rembrandt), Louvre, the most famous painting of the subject.
A depiction that is both sensual and empathetic, it shows a moment from the Old Testament story in which King David sees Bathsheba bathing and, entranced, seduces and impregnates her.

Power of Women

In art the subject is one of the most commonly shown in the Power of Women topos.
By then the frequently recurring subjects include Judith beheading Holofernes, Phyllis riding Aristotle, Samson and Delilah, Salome and her mother Herodias, Jael killing Sisera, Bathsheba bathing in sight of David, the idolatry of Solomon, Virgil in his basket, as well as many depictions of witches, and genre images of wives dominating their husbands.

Adonijah

Adonijafourth son of King David
In David's old age, Bathsheba secured the succession to the throne by Solomon instead of David's elder surviving sons by his other wives, such as Chileab, Adonijah and others . David's punishment came to pass years later when one of David's much-loved sons, Absalom, led an insurrection that plunged the kingdom into civil war.
Assuming that Adonijah will soon move to eliminate any rivals or opposition, Nathan warns Bathsheba, Solomon's mother, and counsels her to remind the king of a previous promise to make Solomon his successor.

Tamar (daughter of David)

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And in the story of David's son Amnon's rape of his sister Tamar, told so soon after the incident of Bathsheba, seems to draw a parallel between the sexual misconduct of father and son.
Michael D. Coogan attributes the placement of the rape of Tamar narrative, coming soon after the Bathsheba narrative, as a way for the narrator to compare Amnon to David.

Bathsheba at her Bath (Veronese)

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Bathsheba at her Bath (Veronese), 1575, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon, France. Atypically, Bathsheba is clothed in this.
The painting depicts a biblical scene: Bathsheba when she is seen by King David from the terrace of his palace while she bathes in the evening.

The Story of David

Jane Seymour in the TV film The Story of David (1976).
It starred Timothy Bottoms as the young David, Keith Michell as the older David, Anthony Quayle as King Saul, and Jane Seymour as Bathsheba.

The Adventure of the Crooked Man

The Crooked Man
1893 The Sherlock Holmes story The Adventure of the Crooked Man uses the David/Bathsheba story as its main structure.
As for "David," this was apparently a reproach in which Nancy likened her husband to the biblical king, who had Bathsheba's husband Uriah transferred to a zone with heavy fighting so that he will be killed, leaving David free to marry Uriah's wife.

David and Bathsheba (film)

David and Bathsheba
Susan Hayward in the film David and Bathsheba (1951),
Gregory Peck stars as King David and the film follows King David's life as he adjusts to ruling as a King, and about his relationship with Uriah's wife Bathsheba (Susan Hayward).

Alice Krige

Alice Krige in the film King David (1985),
Krige played Bathsheba in King David (1985) and Mary Shelley in Haunted Summer (1988).

List of book-based war films (wars before 1775)

List of films based on military books (pre-1775)#Battle of the Valley of Elah: film David and Bathsheba

David

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Bathsheba was the wife of Uriah the Hittite and later of David, according to the Hebrew Bible.
As king, David commits adultery with Bathsheba, leading him to arrange the death of her husband Uriah the Hittite.

David and Bethsabe

1588 David and Bethsabe, a play by George Peele
It is based on the Biblical story of David and Bathsheba in 2 Samuel 11 and 12. It is one of few extant plays from the English Renaissance theatre that deals with biblical material.

Nathan (prophet)

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David's action was displeasing to the Lord, who sent Nathan the prophet to reprove the king.
Later, he came to David to reprimand him for committing adultery with Bathsheba while she was the wife of Uriah the Hittite, whose death the King had also arranged to hide his previous transgression.

King David (film)

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Alice Krige in the film King David (1985),
Alice Krige as Bathsheba

George Peele

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1588 David and Bethsabe, a play by George Peele
F. G. Fleay sees in it a political satire, and identifies Elizabeth and Leicester as David and Bathsheba, Mary, Queen of Scots as Absalom.

God Knows (novel)

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1984 The tragicomedic novel God Knows written by Joseph Heller. Narrated by king David, purports to be his deathbed memoirs; however, not recounted in a straightforward fashion, the storyline is often hilariously fractured, exploring David's childhood herding sheep, the prophet Samuel, Goliath, King Saul, Jonathan (and homosexual innuendoes), Bathsheba and Uriah, the Psalms, the treachery of Absalom, Solomon, with even the occasional display of David betraying a knowledge of the future and Heaven.
All of the major touchstones of King David's life are in place: his childhood herding sheep, the prophet Samuel, Goliath, King Saul, Jonathan (and homosexual innuendoes), Bathsheba and Uriah, the Psalms, the treachery of Absalom, Solomon, etc.

The Bible (miniseries)

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Melia Kreiling in the TV miniseries The Bible (2013).
Melia Kreiling – Bathsheba