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Absalom (Avshalom) is a son of King David in the Old Testament.
Absalom, Absalon, Absolon or Avshalom may also refer to:
- Avshalom, Israel, a communal settlement in southern Israel
- Avshalom, Sinai, a former Israeli settlement in the Sinai Peninsula
- Mount Absalom, Antarctica
- Yad Avshalom, an ancient tomb in the Kidron Valley near Jerusalem
- Absalom (1853), a wooden Ketch that was wrecked at the Macleay River bar New South Wales Australia on 29 March 1863
- Literature and popular culture
- Absalom and Achitophel (1681), landmark poetic political satire. Absalom was the name given by John Dryden to the Duke of Monmouth, son of Charles II of England
- Absalom, Absalom! (1936), novel by William Faulkner
- Absalom, fictional character in Cry, The Beloved Country by Alan Paton (1948)
- "Absalom", science fiction story by Henry Kuttner anthologized in the collection Tomorrow, the Stars (1952).
- Absalom (comics), Marvel Comics character (1992)
- Absalom (One Piece), a fictional character in Eiichirō Oda's manga One Piece (1997)
- Absolon (film) (2003)
- Absalom, a 2009 play about a father's tense relationships with his children, written by Zoe Kazan.
- Absalom (2000 AD), a 2000 AD character and eponymous series spun off from Caballistics Inc. (2011)
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