King David and Avshalom

Reading the story of King David and Avshalom in public: Megillah 25b
Translating the story of King David and Avshalom in public: Megillah 25b
The bitterness caused by domestic strife, such as that between King David and Avshalom: Berachot 7b
Placing this section about Avshalom's rebellion next to that of the War of Gog and Magog in Psalms, to show the extent of wicked rebellion: Berachot 10a
King David suffered from Avshalom's rebellion as a punishment for taking Batsheva: Sotah 10b-11a
King David was relieved that it was a son who rebelled, rather than someone who would be merciless: Berachot 7b
King David told Avshalom to go in completeness [Shalom], and so he died: Moed Katan 29a
The offering which Avshalom went to bring in, or possibly from, Chevron: Temurah 14b
The year Avshalom went to Chevron was the 40th year from the time the Jews had requested a king, the 36th of King David: Temurah 14b-15a
Avshalom wanted that which was not his, and so he even lost that which he had: Sotah 9b
In taking power for himself, Avshalom made a bad acquisition for himself: Sotah 10b
Avshalom rebelled when he became arrogant over his hair, and so he was hung by his hair: Sotah 10b
Avshalom became arrogant over his hair, and so he was hung by his hair: Sotah 9b
When Avshalom was hanging, he saw Gehennom open beneath him: Sotah 10b
Avshalom's hair was modeled on the Divine in that it was more beautiful than the norm, and this was the area in which he ultimately was hurt: Sotah 10a
Avshalom had relations with ten of his father's concubines, and so he was run through with ten lances: Sotah 9b
Avshalom stole the heart of David, the heart of the court and the heart of the people, and so he was run through with three swords: Sotah 9b
King David cried out over Avshalom, "My son," eight times; this brought Avshalom out of seven levels of Gehennom, and either caused his head to come back to his body, or brought him into the next world: Sotah 10b
Did Avshalom have any sons: Sotah 11a
According to one view, Avshalom did not have sons, as a punishment for having his servants burn Yoav's grain: Sotah 11a

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