03 November 2015

Rahab by Eikonik | From the Chest from Atlantis Archive

The artwork below from the Tumblr blog depicts the part of the biblical account where she hid the Jewish spies on her rooftop.


http://jeziora-atlantean.tumblr.com/post/115288266701/rahab-by-eikonik
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Tumblr users like, reblog or like and reblog, but now there is a wonderul feature where HTML code is provided and bloggers on non-Tumblr platforms can share content found on Tumblr.  Above is an embedded post from a Tumblr blogger who shares art depictions of ancient history – people and places. This is a complement to a post previously published here at My Blog Stop! (below) about a woman in the Bible known as Rahab the harlot.  

Women of the Bible: Rahab - The Noble Harlot



Image credit: See page for author [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons


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