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For other uses, see David.

David (1037 BCE to 967 BCE) was an ancient Human king whose life was central to the ancient mythology of some Earth religions. He was the second king of Israel according to the Bible. He was depicted as a righteous king, as well as a warrior, musician and poet. In mythology, he slew a giant named Goliath with a slingshot.

In 2268, James T. Kirk and party referenced this conflict as they created slingshots. (TOS episode: "Spectre of the Gun", TOS novelization: The Last Gunfight)

In 2269, Montgomery Scott compared his efforts to shut down the thought-shield on Organia to David against Goliath. (TOS novel: Spock Must Die!)

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