A worker cleans the rubble at King David's Tomb on Mount Zion in Jerusalem on January 3, 2013 after vandals smashed the 17th-century ceramic tiles decorating the Tomb. King David's Tomb is an ancient building sacred to the three monotheistic faiths. The lower part houses the traditional tomb of King David, while the Room of the Last Supper occupies the second floor, where according to Christian faith it is believed to be the site where Jesus celebrated Passover with his disciples before the crucifixion. AFP PHOTO/GALI TIBBON
Crédito: GALI TIBBON
Silhouette of a sculpture of Perseus holding Medusa's head ( fore) and a copy of Michelangelo's David.
Crédito: Alfred Eisenstaedt
King David, by Domenico da Tolmezzo (1448-1507). (Photo by DeAgostini/Getty Images); Udine, Musei Civici E Galleria Di Storia E Arte Antica (Art Museum).
Crédito: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI
Illuminated manuscript showing an elderly King David playing the Lyre, circa 1400s. (Photo by Fotosearch/Getty Images).
Circa 1500, David and Goliath as painted by Venetian artist Titian.
King David, miniature from the Montpellier Psalter creaated in Mondsee Abbey, Carolingian manuscript h409. Austria, 8th century. Montpellier, Musée Atger
Crédito: DEA / M. SEEMULLER
King David, detail from a wooden ceiling (13th century), former Abbey of St Michael, Hildesheim, Germany.