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This is a lame illustration of Ehud and King Eglon from Book of Judges chapter 3.  This is probably my favorite story in the Book of Judges.  Ehud stabs Eglon (which means “fatted calf”) with a sword that is strapped to his right thigh (and he stabs him with his bathroom hand, the left one, that is) while Eglon is sitting on the toilet.  The King is so fat, the sword gets swallowed by his fat and feces spills onto Ehud’s hand.
The story is full of plays on words, double entendres, and, if you know Hebrew, reveals itself as political satire for the ancient Israelite culture.
However, you can’t find a good illustration of this anywhere…because you can’t find artists that want to portray the sheer awesomeness of Biblical stories.
(artist is Peter Jackson—not the Academy Award-winning filmmaker)

This is a lame illustration of Ehud and King Eglon from Book of Judges chapter 3.  This is probably my favorite story in the Book of Judges.  Ehud stabs Eglon (which means “fatted calf”) with a sword that is strapped to his right thigh (and he stabs him with his bathroom hand, the left one, that is) while Eglon is sitting on the toilet.  The King is so fat, the sword gets swallowed by his fat and feces spills onto Ehud’s hand.

The story is full of plays on words, double entendres, and, if you know Hebrew, reveals itself as political satire for the ancient Israelite culture.

However, you can’t find a good illustration of this anywhere…because you can’t find artists that want to portray the sheer awesomeness of Biblical stories.

(artist is Peter Jackson—not the Academy Award-winning filmmaker)