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  • He also took from those in the city a eunuch in command of the fighting men, five personal advisers to the king who were discovered in the city, the commander's secretary, responsible for military conscription, and sixty of his men who were found in the city. (2 Kings 25, 19)

  • He said to the eunuch Bagoas who looked after his affairs, "Go and persuade this Hebrew woman who is under your care to come eat and drink with us, (Judith 12, 11)

  • Let him appoint commissioners throughout the provinces of his realm to bring all the beautiful young virgins to the harem in Susa. Let them be put under the care of the royal eunuch Hegai, custodian of women, and let them be given ointments for beauty treatment. (Esther 2, 3)

  • She would go there in the evening and return the following morning to another harem under the care of the royal eunuch Shaashgaz, custodian of the concubines. She would not go back to the king unless he was pleased with her and summoned her by name. (Esther 2, 14)

  • When the turn came for Esther - the daughter of Abihail whom Mordecai had adopted from his uncle - to go to the king, she asked for nothing beyond what the eunuch Hegai had given her; and yet she won the admiration of all who saw her. (Esther 2, 15)

  • Like a eunuch desiring to violate a girl, such is he who uses force in pretending to be just. (Ecclesiasticus 20, 4)

  • he sees with his eyes and groans, like a eunuch embracing a virgin and sighing. (Ecclesiasticus 30, 20)

  • He also took from those in the city a eunuch in command of the fighting men, seven personal advisers to the king who were discovered in the city, (Jeremiah 52, 25)

  • King Nebuchadnezzar ordered his chief eunuch Ashpenaz to bring in some of the Israelites from the royal family and the nobility: (Daniel 1, 3)

  • whose names the chief eunuch changed - Daniel to Belteshazzar, Hananiah to Shadrach, Mishael to Meshach, and Azariah to Abednego. (Daniel 1, 7)

  • As Daniel was resolved not to make himself unclean with the king's food or wine, he begged the chief eunuch to spare him this defilement. (Daniel 1, 8)

  • By the grace of God, the chief eunuch had been sympathetic to Daniel, (Daniel 1, 9)


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