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According to some traditional interpretations of the Book of Exodus, Book of Numbers, and the Letter to the Hebrews the Ark also contained Aaron's rod, a jar of manna and the first Torah scroll as written by Moses ; however, the first of the Books of Kings says that at the time of king Solomon, the Ark contained only the two Tablets of the Law.
There is no record of what became of the Ark in the Books of Kings and Chronicles.
Chronicles largely parallels the Davidic narratives in the Books of Samuel and the Books of Kings.
In Hebrew the book is called Divrei Hayyamim ( i. e. " the matters the days "), based on the phrases sefer divrei ha-yamim le-malkhei Yehudah and " sefer divrei ha-yamim le-malkhei Israel " (" book of the days of the kings of Judah " and " book of the days of the kings of Israel "), both of which appear repeatedly in the Books of Kings.
The two Books of Samuel () are part of a series of historical books ( Joshua, Judges, Samuel and Kings ) that make up a theological history of the Israelites and affirm and explain God's law for Israel under the guidance of the prophets.
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For example, the Books of Kings says that Solomon had 700 wives and 300 concubines.
The Books of Samuel, 1 Kings, and 1 Chronicles are the only sources of information on David, although the Tel Dan stele records " House of David ", which some take as confirmation of the existence in the mid-9th century BCE of a Judean royal dynasty called the " House of David ".
** Mlokhim-Bukh ( Old Yiddish epic poem based on the Biblical Books of Kings )
Arabic: إلياس, Ilyās ), was a famous prophet and a wonder-worker in the northern kingdom of Israel during the reign of Ahab ( 9th century BC ), according to the Books of Kings.
According to the Books of Kings, Elijah defended the worship of Yahweh over that of the Phoenician god Baal ; he raised the dead, brought fire down from the sky, and was taken up in a whirlwind ( either accompanied by a chariot and horses of flame or riding in it ).
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* Midrash Shmuel, on the first two Books of Kings ( I, II Samuel ).
Though the Books of Kings and Books of Chronicles talk a great deal about the Assyrian empire, Nineveh itself is not again noticed till the days of Jonah, when it is described ( ff ; ) as an " exceedingly great city of three days journey in breadth ".
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For example the Books of Samuel and the Books of Kings are in the LXX one book in four parts called Βασιλειῶν (" Of Reigns ").
The Anointing of Solomon by Cornelis de Vos. According to Books of Kings | 1 Kings 1: 39, Solomon was Anointing | anointed by Zadok.

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This fact was one of the main inspirations for the 1980s reboot of the Clark Kent half of the Superman character, according to writer and artist John Byrne in the article " Super-Discussions " published by Attic Books in Comics Values Monthly Special # 2 ( 1992 ).
In an article originally published in The New York Review of Books, Singer argued that the protests dramatically increased the amount of coverage he got: " instead of a few hundred people hearing views at lectures in Marburg and Dortmund, several millions read about them or listened to them on television ".
* London Review of Books article by Jerry Fodor discussing Kripke's work
Book two of the popular Cole's Funny Picture Books, published in Australia by E. W. Cole at the turn of the 20th century, was revised in 1979 to include an article introducing Quikscript under the name Second Shaw.
* Math Tricks Help You Design Shop Projects: master a simple compass and you're a designer ; convert your router into one with a trammel and away you go, Popular Science, May 1971, p104, 106, 108, Scanned article via Google Books: http :// books. google. com / books? id = ngAAAAAAMBAJ & pg = PA104
" In an article in the London Review of Books, John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt asserted that the IDF was given truncheons and encouraged to break the bones of Palestinian protesters.
* Books and Writers article on Mao-Tun
* Self-help to Employees-The Success of Vandergrift, PA. article in 1902 issue of The World's Work at Google Books
* Oliver Sacks article archive at The New York Review of Books
In March 2006, John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt, academic dean of the Kennedy School of Government, published a working paper entitled The Israel Lobby and U. S. Foreign Policy and an article entitled " The Israel Lobby " in the London Review of Books on the negative effects of " the unmatched power of the Israel Lobby ".
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In an essay found in Myths for the Modern Age: Philip José Farmer's Wold Newton Universe ( Win Scott Eckert, ed., MonkeyBrain Books, 2005 ), author Chuck Loridans contributes an article entitled " The Daughters of Greystoke " wherein he posits that Modesty is the daughter of Tarzan and La of Opar.
Critics of the museum include Hochschild, who wrote an article for the New York Review of Books claiming he found " distortions and evasions " in the exhibition and stated " The exhibit deals with this question in a wall panel misleadingly headed ' Genocide in the Congo?
* New York Review of Books article
In his first published article, " Books We Think We Have Read " ( 1900 ), he first discusses the habit among Englishmen of pretending a familiarity with certain books — such as the works of Shakespeare or books considered " juvenile "— then proceeds to recommend that the savouring of these books should be " no tossing off of ardent spirits, but the connoisseur's deliberate rolling in the mouth of some old vintage ".
* Dec 1918 Popular Science World War 1 article about a French engineer using a ground stethoscope to listen for German sappers – Listening to Enemy Sappers, Popular Science monthly, January 1919, page 27, Scanned by Google Books
According to a 1987 article in the New York Review of Books by Martin Gardner, the " most accurate and best documented biography is Oral Roberts: An American Life, an objective study by David Edwin Harrell Jr., a historian at Auburn University.
" The Uneasy Case for Copyright: A Study of Copyright in Books, Photocopies, and Computer Programs " was an article in the Harvard Law Review by future United States Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer in 1970, while he was still a legal academic.
* Coetzee article archive from The New York Review of Books
* The Big Necessity: Adventures in the world of human waste by Rose George, Portobello Books, ISBN 978-1-84627-069-7. book review ( subscription needed for whole article ) in New Scientist
* ( This article, but not part 2 ( next reference ), was reprinted in Science Confronts the Paranormal, edited by Kendrick Frazier, Prometheus Books, 1986, ISBN 0-87975-314-5.
* Schapiro article archive from The New York Review of Books
In an article published in December 2003 in The New York Review of Books, Siegman wrote of Ya ' alon as " the official who had formerly talked of how war would ` sear deep ' into Palestinian consciousness that they are a defeated people.
Low res scan of book cover ( Speaker for the Dead by Orson Scott Card, Tor Books first edition hardcover ) for use in illustrating article about book.

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