Holofernes

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Holofernes in the Apocrypha, the Assyrian general of Nebuchadnezzar's forces, who was killed by Judith.

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Holofernes (hŏl´əfûr´nēz, hōlə–), in the Bible, invading general killed by Judith to save her city, Bethulia.