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Arth 167_Rulers' Images_Nees Jr._Date_042010

Arth 167_Rulers' Images_Nees Jr._Date_042010 - 1297year...

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1297—year Louis is declared a Saint Louis Readings: - 2 knights talk about whether he will take oath and go on crusade or not o 1309 (about 40 years after Louis death)—unusual because says “I saw” and is an eye witness account many years later - Hagiography—life of a saint o Talks about this from the start, “our king saint Louis”—double feature is novel - David and his crimes: The Great King o David sent people out to siege but he himself remained in Jerusalem o Saw woman bathing—Bathsheba (already married but came anyways and they got together/she got pregnant and told David) he wants to keep the royal son because he will be the heir so David tries to get rid of the husband o Gets husband drunk to try to get him to go home so it will look like it is Uriah’s son not his, David sends husband to battle where he is killed then he marries Bathsheba. Crimes are sleeping with a married woman and sending a man off to get killed Condemns “a man” for his sins—man will be punished, he didn’t know the man was actually him Son will die then other sons will be against him - Saint Augustine City—book o
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