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Why Bathsheba? -- Bathsheba in the Bible: identifying gaps -- Bathsheba revealed in rabbinic literature -- Bathsheba as type and trope in the patristic -- Bathsheba in the bath in the medieval period -- Bathsheba reformed in the Reformation -- Bathsheba enlightened in the enlightenment -- Bathsheba told, sung, acted, and politicized in the contemporary world -- Bathsheba unfinalized.
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A portrait of Bathsheba, a biblical woman seen through the centuries as everything from adviser to temptress to victim.
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