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The Arameans Flee from Samaria

2 Kings 7:3-20



King Joram goes to Elisha who prophesies plenty. The king's officer is trampled to death in the gateway.
HESDIN of Amiens

Four lepers looting the camp of the Syrians, The
HOLE, William Brassey

Israel loots the Aramean camp
LUIKEN, Caspar (Dutch, 1672-1708)

Inhabitants of Samaria visit the abandoned camp of the Aramaeans, The
MASTER of Otto van Moerdrecht

Unbeliever is crushed in the gate of Samaria, An
MERIAN, Matthaeus, the Elder

Siege lifted
Merian, Matthaeus, the Elder, Copy after

These lepers went into one tent, and did eat and drink
STANILAND, Charles Joseph

Siege lifted
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of 'L'Histoire du Vieux et du Nouveau Testament', Nicolas Fontaine (author), 1670

Four lepers bring the news to the guards at the gate of Samaria, The
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of Petrus Comestor's 'Bible Historiale', France, 1372

Food is brought into the city from the enemy camp
UNKNOWN; Master Connected to the Protestant Reformation Era Writings

Siege of Samaria
UNKNOWN; Master Connected to the Protestant Reformation Era Writings

Siege of Samaria ends
WEIGEL, Johann Christoph