Yael: Micrography Print (11"x14")
Yael was an unlikely heroine, but a bad-ass nonetheless.
D’vora foretold a prophesy that Sisera, the leader of the enemy army, would be defeated by a woman; the leader of the Israelite army of course scoffed at such a suggestion. And yet, after the battle, Sisera runs away and finds the tent of a Kenite to rest in. The Kenite’s wife, Yael, was the only one home. Sisera asked for water, but she offered him milk; once he fell asleep, she picked up a tent peg and drove it through his head, officially winning the war for the Israelites.
- Text: Judges 3-5
- Size: 11"x14"
- Recommended Framing: 16"x20"
- Language: Hebrew
- Art Type: Print, Signed & Numbered
Also available as a 4"x6" greeting card.
The original for this piece may still be available; use the Contact form to inquire.
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