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Rehoboam

Bottle oversize (also Rehoboam) for champagne with the volume of four and a half liters. or the contents of six normal bottles. In Bordeaux, on the other hand, this bottle size is confusingly used for still wines Jeroboam (Jeroboam) designates. The name Rehoboam derives from the ruler of the same name (he ruled 931-914 BC), who succeeds his father Salomon (970-931 BC) became king of Judah and Israel. A year later ten tribes split off under his adversary Jeroboam and founded the northern kingdom Israel as an independent state. See also below bottles and wine vessels,

Solomon's decision in the dispute over a child and map of Judah / Israel

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