Amnon

According to the Bible, Amnon (אַמְנוֹן, `faithful`) was the oldest son of David, King of Israel, with his wife, Ahinoam, who is described as `the Jezreelitess`. ({bibleverse|1|Chronicles|3:1|HE}, {bibleverse|2|Samuel|3:2|HE}) ==Rape of Tamar== Although he was the heir-apparent to David`s throne, Amnon is best remembered for the rape ...
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Amnon

(from the article `Absalom`) ...suggests that he was the Alcibiades of the Old Testament, alike in his personal attractiveness, his lawless insolence, and his tragic fate. He is ... ...of established social patterns that provided precedents for the resolution of conflict or for establishing the rights of succession. Thus, David`s ... ...
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Amnón

(from the article `Spanish literature`) ...ridicules pedantry; her tragedy Florinda (1804) attempts to vindicate the woman blamed for Spain`s loss to the Muslims; and her biblical drama ...
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Amnon

[given name] In the Bible, Amnon is the eldest son of King David. Amnon is also the given name of: ...
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