Illustration from the

Stuttgart Psalter
David fleeing from Absalom's army

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Old Testament
David and his court flee from Absalom (2 Kings 15:16-18)

Further details
David fleeing from Absalom's army, according to the title of Psalm 3
ARTIST/CREATOR: St-Germain-des-Prés (Paris)
DATE: 1st half 9th century
LOCATION: Stuttgart, Württembergische Landesbibliothek, Cod.bibl.fol. 23, folio 3v

End: Stuttgart Psalter, Folio 158v, David and Goliath      Next: Stuttgart Psalter, Helmet with a mail aventail in folio 5v, Psalm 6

Referenced on p.12, Carolingian Cavalryman AD 768-986 by D. Nicolle
The Stuttgart Psalter provides the best-known illustrations of arms and armour from the Carolingian period. It was made around 825 and the abundance of armour, as well as certain aspects of style, hint that it was made in Italy. (Stuttgart Psalter, Landesbib., Cod. Bib. 2°. 23, Stuttgart, Germany)

See also 8th-10th Century Carolingian Medium Cavalryman in Armies of the Dark Ages 600-1066 by Ian Heath
"Carolingian Arms and Armor in the Ninth Century" by Simon Coupland, in Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies v.21 (1990)
The same scene of David flees from Absalom, in the ninth-century Byzantine Chludov Psalter
Carolingian Illustrations of Costume and Soldiers