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käsite, YSO-käsite, asiasana, Avainsana, Iconclass-luokkakäsite: kuninkaat


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Iconclass-tunnus 44 B 11 3
Kaunokki-tunnus 44641
definedConcept Y8716
koodi 44641
kuuluu sanastoon kaunokki-ontologia
laajempi käsite hallitsijat, kuninkaalliset, ranks ~ rulers, sovereigns
liittyy 'Christus Rex', 'Kuningas Arthurin legenda', 'Mandylion', i.e. portrait, perhaps made for King Abgar of Edessa by Christ himself, by pressing his face against a cloth, (8) Herkules pyydystää kuningas Diomedeen neljä ihmisiä syövää hevosta (tammaa); kun Diomedes on surmattu seuranneessa taistelussa hänen ruumiinsa heitetään hevosille syötäväksi, (story of) Cinyras, king of Cyprus, (story of) Codrus, king of Athens, (story of) Croesus king of Lydia, (story of) Gyges and Candaules' wife, (story of) King Ancus Martius (Marcius), (story of) Psammetichus, king of Egypt, (story of) Ptolemy Philadelphus, (story of) Scylurus, king of Scythia, (story of) king Masinissa, (story of) king Mithridates, Abraham and Abimelech, king of Gerar (Genesis 20), Abraham met by the king of Sodom (Genesis 14:21-24), Absalom anointed king by the tribes of Israel, Acastus, son of Pelias, becomes king of Iolcus, Adoniah constitutes himself as king, Aegeus amicably entertained by Pittheus, Agag, king of Amalek, taken prisoner by Saul, Alcimus makes accusations about Judas Maccabeus to King Demetrius (1 Maccabees 7:5-7), Amulius usurps the throne of King Numitor of Alba Longa after killing his sons, Antiochus I (Soter) and Stratonice: by taking Antiochus' pulse when Stratonice enters the room, the physician discovers that the love for his stepmother is the cause of his illness (King Seleucus subsequently hands his kingdom and his wife over to his son), Antiochus IV Epiphanes robbing the temple of its treasures (1 Maccabees 1:21-23), Apollo kills Phorbas, king of the Phlegyans, in a wrestling contest (Philostratus, Imagines II 19), Arsinoe, who protests, is put into a chest, taken to Tegea and given as a slave to Agapenor, king of Arcadia, Bartholomew entertained by King Polimios, who is baptized together with the queen, Bartholomew is dragged before King Astyages by heathen priests, and scourged, Belial dancing before King Solomon, Cercyon, king of Eleusis, wrestling with Theseus, Christ leaving hell: he liberates patriarchs, prophets, kings and other persons from hell, among them Adam, Eve, Moses, David, and John the Baptist, Christmas legend: Stephen, King Herod and the star of Bethlehem, Comaetho, daughter of Pterelaus, king of the Teleboans, cuts off her father's golden lock of hair, for the love of Amphitryon, Cornelia refuses the crown of Ptolemy, Creon, king of Thebes, forbids the burial of the enemies' corpses, Cyrus, king of Persia, puts and end to the Babylonian Captivity (Ezra 1), Danae and Perseus taken to King Polydectes, Daniel and King Belshazzar (Daniel 5), Daniel and King Darius (Daniel 6), Daniel and King Nebuchadnezzar, Daniel, who refuses to worship Bel, discusses the power of the god with King Cyrus, Dareios, Persian kuningas (Dareioksen taru), Darius, king of Persia, grants permission to rebuild the temple (Ezra 6:1-12; 1 Esdras 3-4), David anointed king by the elders of Israel, David brings his parents to the king of Moab, David goes with six hundred men to Achish, king of Gath, David made king in Hebron, David proclaims Solomon king, Edmund, king of East Anglia and martyr; possible attributes: arrow, bear, cross, crown, sceptre, Elijah announces to King Ahab that God will bring a long drought in the land to avenge the apostasy of Israel, Eliphaz, Bildad and Zophar go to Job to console him over his misfortunes (the three friends may be depicted as kings), Elisha has Jehu anointed king of Israel (2 Kings 9:1-13), Elisha warns the Israelite king of the ambushes planned by the Syrian king, who consequently sends troops to capture the prophet, Elisha weeps and tells Hazael he will be king of Syria, Eurytus and his sons are beaten by Hercules in a shooting contest, of which the prize was Iole, the king's daughter; but Eurytus refuses to give her to Hercules, Fineus (Fineuksen taru), Fingal, Morvenin kuningas, Ossianin isä, Gideon pursues Zebah and Zalmunna, the two kings of Midian, and takes them prisoner, Gordius, on his way to the temple of Jupiter in his ox-cart with a young prophetess and an eagle perched on the pole, is chosen king of Phrygia, Hadad expels the Israelites from Edom and becomes king, Hanun, king of the Ammonites, mistreats David's messengers: their beards are shaven off and their clothes are cut off, Hazael becomes king of Syria, Hercules and Iolaus, his charioteer and shield-bearer, before Eurystheus, Hercules, backed by the Thebans, fights the Minyans led by King Erginus of Orchomenus, Herodes (ei raamatullisessa yhteydessä), Herra valitsee Daavidin kuninkaaksi (Ensimmäinen Samuelin kirja 16:1-13), Hiram, the king of Tyre, sends messengers, carpenters, masons and cedar trees to David, Ish-bosheth succeeds his father Saul although David is already anointed king by the tribe of Judah, Israel oppressed by Hazael and Benhadad III of Syria, Jason and the Argonauts meeting Aeetes, king of Colchis, Jason becomes king of Corinth, Jehoiachin becomes king, Jephthah sends messengers to the king of the Ammonites in an attempt to make a treaty (Judges 11:12-28), Jeroboam king designate of Israel (1 Kings 11:26-40), Joash defeats Benhadad III three times, Jonathan complained about to King Ptolemy VI (1 Maccabees 11:5), Jonathan honoured by Alexander Balas, king of Syria (1 Maccabees 10:88-89), Joshua marches north and encounters the combined armies of King Jabin and his allies (Joshua 11:1-4), Joshua orders to roll some big stones in front of the entrance to the cave of Makkedah in which the five Amorite kings are hiding, Judas Thaddaeus heals King Abgar, Jupiter Taivaan kuninkaana, Kekrops: puoliksi ihminen - puoliksi käärme, Attikan ensimmäinen kuningas, King Ahaziah of Judah joins King Jehoram of Israel in the war against Syria, King Alboin, King Amaziah of Judah sends messengers to King Joash, challenging him to war, King Astyages and his priests are struck with madness and die, King Benhadad II of Syria besieges Samaria, King Benhadad of Syria lays siege to the city of Samaria as a result of which there is a famine, King Busiris of Egypt and his servants are slain by Hercules on the altar where they had attempted to sacrifice him, King Charles the Bald receives the relics of St. Walburga, King Hazael of Syria attacks Judah and Jerusalem, King Henry II repents of his sins at the tomb of St. Thomas Becket, King Herod Agrippa has Peter arrested and imprisoned, King Herod Agrippa speaks to the people; he is smitten by an angel and dies, King Jehoshaphat of Judah comes to visit King Ahab who proposes that they together resume the war against Syria, King Joash's reply: he exhorts Amaziah to moderation (the parable of the cedar and the thistle), King Mesha of Moab rebels against Israel, King Necho II makes Jehohahaz' brother, Eliakim, king of Judah and changes his name into Jehoiakim, King Oeneus is given the first vine plant by Bacchus, King Oeneus neglects Diana in his yearly sacrifices, ...
nimi king, kings, kungar, kuningas, kuninkaat
prefLabel kings, kungar, kuninkaat
vastaa keyword174340904480, kuningas, not 44B113, p9664
yläluokka hallitsijat, kuninkaalliset

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