Hostile Plow


The image depicts a hostile plow, a farming tool with sharp blades that was used to destroy the crops of one’s enemies. This tool was commonly used in ancient times during times of war to devastate the fields and crops of one’s enemies in order to weaken their food supply and make it more difficult for them to sustain themselves.

In the Bible, the use of a hostile plow is mentioned in the book of Micah 3:12, where it is used as a metaphor to describe the destruction of Jerusalem.

The image may feature an ancient depiction of a hostile plow, possibly used in warfare during biblical times.

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