Solomon's judgment

Solomon's judgment
Соломоново решение

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  • SOLOMON — (Heb. שְׁלֹמֹה; tenth century B.C.E.), son of david , king of Israel. Born of Bath Sheba, Solomon was so named by David (II Sam. 12:24; according to the keri, Targ. Jon., and according to the Pesh., by his mother), while Nathan called him… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Solomon —    , SOLOMONIC    King Solomon, the son of David and Bathsheba, ruled Israel from about 973 to 933, before the Common Era. He was an able administrator, and his political acuity enabled him to form alliances, primarily by marrying women from… …   Dictionary of eponyms

  • Solomon — • The second son of David by his wife Bathsheba, and the acknowledged favourite of his father Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Solomon     Solomon      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • SOLOMON, PSALMS OF — SOLOMON, PSALMS OF, a collection of 18 pseudepigraphical psalms, extant in Greek and Syriac, but seemingly written in Hebrew. The ascription to Solomon, which stems from the Greek version, has no historical basis, and indeed the psalms themselves …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Solomon Stoddard — (September 27, 1643, baptized October 1, 1643 ndash; February 11, 1728 or 1729) was the American colonial minister who succeeded Rev. Eleazer Mather as pastor at Northampton, Massachusetts, where he died, after Mather’s death. Stoddard… …   Wikipedia

  • Solomon Eccles — also known as Solomon Eagle (1618 1683) was an English composer.Little if any of his works are extant since, when he became a Quaker, he burned all his books and compositions so as to distance himself from church music. His repugnance for the… …   Wikipedia

  • SOLOMON, WISDOM OF — (Gr. Σοφία Σαλωμῶνος (or Σ. Σαλωμῶντος) or, ή Σοφία; ή πανάρετος Σοφία, the wisdom of all the good precepts – a title sometimes given also to Proverbs and Ben Sira), an apocryphal work. The ascription of the book to Solomon is mentioned… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Solomon Abigdor — Solomon ben Abraham Abigdor (born in Provence in 1384) was a Hebrew translator.Assisted by his father, Abraham Bonet ben Meshullam, he, at the early age of fifteen years, translated Arnauld de Villeneuve s work, De Judiciis Astronomiæ, from Latin …   Wikipedia

  • Solomon —    Peaceful, (Heb. Shelomoh), David s second son by Bathsheba, i.e., the first after their legal marriage (2 Sam. 12). He was probably born about B.C. 1035 (1 Chr. 22:5; 29:1). He succeeded his father on the throne in early manhood, probably… …   Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • Solomon — in Arabic, which is transliterated in English variously as Sulayman, Suleiman, Sulaimaan etc. The Qur an refers to Sulayman as the son of David (Arabic: Dawud), as a prophet and as a great ruler imparted by God with tremendous wisdom, favor, and… …   Wikipedia

  • Solomon's knot — Not to be confused with Sigillum Solomonis, a name for the Polygonatum genus. Basic Solomon s knot …   Wikipedia


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