Bathsheba


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Bathsheba

Old Testament the wife of Uriah, who committed adultery with David and later married him and became the mother of his son Solomon (II Samuel 11--12)

Bathsheba

pressured by David to commit adultery during husband’s absence. [O.T.: II Samuel 11:4]

Bathsheba

king David killed to gain her. [O.T.: II Samuel 11]

Bathsheba

Uriah’s wife, seduced by King David. [O.T.: II Samuel 11:4]
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Bathsheba says to David, "My lord and king, didn't you promise me Solomon would be the next king?
Boldwood - played by Peter Finch in the 1967 film - is one of three of Bathsheba Everdeen's suitors who also include sheep farmer Gabriel Oak, played by Matthias Schoenaerts (who starred in romantic drama Rust &Bone) and Frank Troy, a dashing and cavalier military man played by Tom Sturridge (Pirate Radio).
The dramatically intriguing relations between Bathsheba and her lovers Gabriel Oak, Willam Boldwood and Sergant Francis Troy stir up a host of emotions for the audience as their adventures unfold.
But when she discovers Bathsheba is conducting an illicit affair with a 15-year-old pupil, she agrees to keep it secret, until.
Set in his native Dorset, it tells of the beautiful but wayward Bathsheba Everdene who tantalises every man in her path.
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Carey Mulligan is captivating as Bathsheba Everdene, played by Julie Christie in the 1967 version.
CAREY Mulligan's latest role is one of Thomas Hardy's great heroines, Bathsheba Everdene, the fiercely independent young woman who inherits her uncle's farm, and the actress reveals she couldn't wait to get stuck in and get her hands dirty.
It was all down to its location at Bathsheba on the island's unspoilt, uncrowded east coast - a side most visitors don't usually bother to see.
Rebecca O'Mara Is a persuasive Bathsheba, with sound support from the contrasting suitors Oak (Phil Chea-dle), Boldwood (Stephen Billlngton) and Troy (Adam Croasdell).
Now that teenager, Bathsheba Clarice de Trop, has been immortalized in print as 30-year-old Leila has seen her first book published and hit the shelves.
Moored at the Castlegate Quay in Stockton, the Bathsheba and its five volunteers provide maritime skills for young people aged ten to 16 years.