House of David

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House of David may refer to:

  • Davidic line, the tracing of royal lineage by kings and major leaders in Jewish history to the Biblical King David in Judaism
  • House of David (commune), a twentieth-century religious commune that also operated a semi-pro baseball team
  • House of David (album) a 1967 album by jazz saxophonist David Newman
  • The House of David recording studio owned by the American musician David Briggs
  • Tel Dan Stele, a stone with an inscription dated to 950-870 BCE which includes the earliest non-Biblical mention of the House of David