Rizpah, king Saul's concubine, stopping the birds and beasts devouring the bodies of her sons and five others killed by the Gibeonites as a harvest sacrifice after famine. From Gustave Dore's illustrated Bible 1866. Wood engraving. : News Photo

Rizpah, king Saul's concubine, stopping the birds and beasts devouring the bodies of her sons and five others killed by the Gibeonites as a harvest sacrifice after famine. From Gustave Dore's illustrated Bible 1866. Wood engraving.

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UNSPECIFIED - CIRCA 1754: Rizpah, king Saul's concubine, stopping the birds and beasts devouring the bodies of her sons and five others killed by the Gibeonites as a harvest sacrifice after famine. From Gustave Dore's illustrated Bible 1866. Wood engraving. (Photo by Universal History Archive/Getty Images)
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UNSPECIFIED - CIRCA 1754: Rizpah, king Saul's concubine, stopping the birds and beasts devouring the bodies of her sons and five others killed by the Gibeonites as a harvest sacrifice after famine. From Gustave Dore's illustrated Bible 1866. Wood engraving. (Photo by Universal History Archive/Getty Images)
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