Samson Delilah Inhaltsverzeichnis
Der Richter Samson wurde von Gott auserwählt, die Israeliten von den Philistern zu befreien, einem kriegerischen Volk, welches das Land Kanaan besetzt hält. Doch der Mann, der mit bloßen Händen einen Löwen töten kann, verfällt dem Zauber. Samson und Delilah steht für. die biblische Geschichte von Samson und Delila, siehe Delila · Samson et Dalila, Oper von Camille Saint-Saëns. Filme: Samson. Samson und Delilah ist ein US-amerikanischer Monumentalfilm von Cecil B. DeMille aus dem Jahr Es ist eine Verfilmung des biblischen Textes von. Delila (auch Dalila, hebräisch דְּלִילָה) war laut dem Alten Testament beziehungsweise dem Tanach eine Geliebte des israelitischen Helden Samson. Samson et Dalila ist eine zwischen 18entstandene Oper in drei Akten von Camille Saint-Saëns (Op. 47) auf ein Libretto von Ferdinand Lemaire.
Samson und Delilah steht für. die biblische Geschichte von Samson und Delila, siehe Delila · Samson et Dalila, Oper von Camille Saint-Saëns. Filme: Samson. Samson et Dalila ist eine zwischen 18entstandene Oper in drei Akten von Camille Saint-Saëns (Op. 47) auf ein Libretto von Ferdinand Lemaire. Samson et Dalila. OPER IN DREI AKTEN (/). MUSIK VON. Camille Saint-Saëns. TEXT VON. Ferdinand Lemaire. Feindschaft, Hass und.
The Angel of the Lord stated that Manoah's wife was to abstain from all alcoholic drinks , unclean foods , and her promised child was not to shave or cut his hair.
He was to be a Nazirite from birth. In ancient Israel, those wanting to be especially dedicated to God for a time could take a Nazirite vow which included abstaining from wine and spirits, not cutting hair or shaving, and other requirements.
After the Angel of the Lord returned, Manoah asked him his name, but he said, "Why do you ask my name? It is beyond understanding.
He touched it with his staff, miraculously engulfing it in flames, and then ascended into the sky in the fire.
This was such dramatic evidence of the nature of the Messenger that Manoah feared for his life, since it was said that no one could live after seeing God.
However, his wife convinced him that, if God planned to slay them, he would never have revealed such things to them. In due time, their son Samson was born, and he was raised according to the Angel's instructions.
When he was a young adult, Samson left the hills of his people to see the cities of Philistia. He fell in love with a Philistine woman from Timnah , whom he decided to marry, ignoring the objections of his parents over the fact that she was non-Israelite.
According to the biblical account, Samson was repeatedly seized by the " Spirit of the Lord ," who blessed him with immense strength.
The first instance of this is seen when Samson was on his way to ask for the Philistine woman's hand in marriage, when he was attacked by a lion.
He simply grabbed it and ripped it apart, as the spirit of God divinely empowered him. However, Samson kept it a secret, not even mentioning the miracle to his parents.
He returned home, then came back to Timnah some time later for the wedding. On his way, Samson saw that bees had nested in the carcass of the lion and made honey.
At the wedding feast, Samson told a riddle to his thirty groomsmen all Philistines. If they could solve it, he would give them thirty pieces of fine linen and garments, but if they could not solve it, they would give him thirty pieces of fine linen and garments.
Out of the eater came something to eat. Out of the strong came something sweet. The Philistines were infuriated by the riddle. If you had not plowed with my heifer, you would not have solved my riddle.
Samson then traveled to Ashkelon a distance of roughly 30 miles where he slew thirty Philistines for their garments; he then returned and gave those garments to his thirty groomsmen.
The family of his would-have-been bride instead gave her to one of the groomsmen as wife. But her father refused to allow Samson to see her, offering to give Samson a younger sister instead.
Samson went out, gathered foxes, and tied them together in pairs by their tails. He then attached a burning torch to each pair of foxes' tails and turned them loose in the grain fields and olive groves of the Philistines.
In revenge, Samson slaughtered many more Philistines, saying, "I have done to them what they did to me. Later, Samson travels to Gaza , where he stays at a harlot's house.
He then falls in love with Delilah in the valley of Sorek. She ties him up with new ropes while he sleeps, and he snaps them, too.
Delilah, however, persists and Samson finally capitulates and tells Delilah that God supplies his power because of his consecration to God as a Nazirite , symbolized by the fact that a razor has never touched his head, and that if his hair is cut off he will lose his strength.
One day, the Philistine leaders assemble in a temple for a religious sacrifice to Dagon , one of their most important deities, for having delivered Samson into their hands.
The temple is so crowded that people are even climbing onto the roof to watch—and all the rulers of the entire government of Philistia have gathered there too, some 3, people in all.
However, while in prison his hair had begun to grow again. After his death, Samson's family recovered his body from the rubble and buried him near the tomb of his father Manoah.
Rabbinic literature identifies Samson with Bedan ,  a Judge mentioned by Samuel in his farewell address 1 Samuel among the Judges who delivered Israel from their enemies.
Jewish legend records that Samson's shoulders were sixty cubits broad. Rather, it means that he had the ability to carry a burden 60 cubits wide approximately 30 meters on his shoulders.
In licentiousness, he is compared with Amnon and Zimri , both of whom were punished for their sins.
In the Talmudic period, some seem to have denied that Samson was a historical figure, regarding him instead as a purely mythological personage.
This was viewed as heretical by the rabbis of the Talmud, and they attempted to refute this. Samson's story has also garnered commentary from a Christian perspective; the Epistle to the Hebrews praises him for his faith.
Samson extends his hands spread out to the two columns as to the two beams of the cross. Following this trend, more recent Christian commentators have viewed Samson as a type of Jesus Christ , based on similarities between Samson's story and the life of Jesus in the New Testament.
Academics have interpreted Samson as a demigod such as Heracles or Enkidu enfolded into Jewish folklore ,  or as an archetypical folk hero.
An interpretation far more popular among current scholars holds that Samson is a Hebrew variant of the same international Near Eastern folk hero which inspired the earlier Mesopotamian Enkidu and the later Greek Heracles and, by extension, his Roman Hercules adaptation.
These views are disputed by traditional and conservative biblical scholars who consider Samson to be a literal historical figure and thus reject any connections to mythological heroes.
Some academic writers have interpreted Samson as a suicide terrorist portrayed in a positive light by the text, and compared him to those responsible for the September 11 attacks.
The seal is dated to the 12th century BCE. According to Haaretz , "excavation directors Prof. Shlomo Bunimovitz and Dr.
Zvi Lederman of Tel Aviv University say they do not suggest that the human figure on the seal is the biblical Samson. Rather, the geographical proximity to the area where Samson lived, and the time period of the seal, show that a story was being told at the time of a hero who fought a lion, and that the story eventually found its way into the biblical text and onto the seal.
As an important biblical character, Samson has been referred to in popular culture and depicted in a vast array of films, artwork, and popular literature.
John Milton 's closet drama Samson Agonistes is an allegory for the downfall of the Puritans and the restoration of the English monarchy  in which the blinded and imprisoned Samson represents Milton himself,  the "Chosen People" represent the Puritans,  and the Philistines represent the English Royalists.
The biblical drama Samson and Delilah , directed by Cecil B. DeMille and starring Victor Mature and Hedy Lamarr in the titular roles, was widely praised by critics for its cinematography, lead performances, costumes, sets, and innovative special effects.
Samson has been especially honored in Russian artwork  because the Russians defeated the Swedes in the Battle of Poltava on the feast day of St.
Sampson , whose name is homophonous with Samson's. Rastrelli's bronze statue of Samson slaying the lion was placed in the center of the great cascade of the fountain at Peterhof Palace in Saint Petersburg.
Samson is the emblem of Lungau , Salzburg  and parades in his honor are held annually in ten villages of the Lungau and two villages in the north-west Styria Austria.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Last of the judges of the ancient Israelites mentioned in the Book of Judges.
This article is about the biblical figure. For other uses, see Samson disambiguation. Not to be confused with Sampson , Sanson , or Samsun.
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