Artaxerxes' banquet. The finery of the court is expanded beyond its Hebrew version.
Not according to a fixed rule: The banquet is not normal custom but the initiative of the king.
Vashti's dismissal. Here, Haman is identified as one of the eunuchs.
While in the Hebrew the king wishes to display Vashti's beauty, here he seeks to proclaim her queen; the change makes his request less objectionable.
Respect … shown to every husband is softer than the Hebrew: “Every man should be master in his own house.”
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