Aftermath of combat
The immediate result of warfare or a battle.
Key passages
Jos 6:24

And they burned the city and all that was in it with fire; they put only the silver and gold, and the items of copper and iron, into the treasury of the house of Yahweh.

Jos 8:28–29

So Joshua burned Ai and made it an everlasting heap of rubbish, a desolate place until this day. The king of Ai he hanged on a tree until the time of evening, and as the sun went down Joshua commanded them, and they brought down his dead body from the tree. Then they threw it at the entrance …

2 Mac 12:39–42

But on the next day, those with Judas went to pick up the bodies of those who had fallen, because of the time it had become necessary, and to return them to the tombs of their fathers with kin. But they discovered under the shirts of each of those who died amulets of the idols from Jamnia. …

3 Mac 1:5

And thus it happened that the enemy was destroyed in hand-to-hand combat, and many captives were also taken.