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ILLUSTRATED BIBLE FOR CHILDREN ( last uploaded )
BIBLE "Joas proclaimed king" at the age of seven; escaped from a palace conspiracy hatched by Queen Atalia, wife of the late King Ioram (his grandfather), the infant prince grew up by the priest Ioiada and soon crowned, while the conspirator was arrested and then killed by the priest's faithful. Table from "La Bible en estampes", illustrated with lithographs by Ch. Vallet from compositions by Auguste Leloir (1 July 1809 - 8 March 1892), texts taken from "the Bible du Jeune Age" by Élisabeth Muller. Print Lemercier, Publisher Amédée Be´delet, Paris 1860
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