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  1. Amel-Marduk 562-560 B.C. —A Study Based on Cuneiform, Old Testament, Greek, Latin and Rabbinical Sources. With Plates, by Ronald H. Sack, published 1972, page 3. 7. The tablets BM 80920 and BM 58872 are dated in Evil-merodach’s fourth and fifth months of his accession year. These were published by Sack in Amel-Marduk 562-560 B.C. —A Study ...

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › JeconiahJeconiah - Wikipedia

    Jeconiah (Hebrew: יְכָנְיָה Yəḵonəyā [jəxɔnjaː], meaning "Yah has established"; Greek: Ιεχονιας; Latin: Iechonias, Jechonias), also known as Coniah and as Jehoiachin (Hebrew: יְהוֹיָכִין Yəhōyāḵīn [jəhoːjaːˈxiːn]; Latin: Ioachin, Joachin), was the nineteenth and penultimate king of Judah who was dethroned by the King of Babylon, Nebuchadnezzar II ...

  3. Nebuchadnezzar was the eldest son of Nabopolassar (r. 626–605 BC), the founder of the Neo-Babylonian Empire.This is confirmed by Nabopolassar's inscriptions, which explicitly name Nebuchadnezzar as his "eldest son", as well as inscriptions from Nebuchadnezzar's reign, which refer to him as the "first" or "chief son" of Nabopolassar, and as Nabopolassar's "true" or "legitimate heir".

  4. Amel-Marduk. Neriglissar. Nabonidus. Cyrus. Cambyses. THE URUK KING LIST AS FOUND ON ANCIENT TABLETS. Kandalanu. Sin-shumu-lishir. Sin-sharra-ishkun. Nabopolassar. Nebuchadnezzar. Amel-Marduk. Neriglissar. Labashi-Marduk. Nabonidus [Picture] The Babylonian chronicles are part of the cuneiform record that helps us to measure the accuracy of ...

  5. Kings of the Babylonian Empire You are here: Home Kings of the Babylonian Empire Jeremiah 34:2 - Thus saith the LORD, the God of Israel; Go and speak to Zedekiah king of Judah, and tell him, Thus saith the LORD; Behold, I will give this city into the hand of the king of Babylon, and he shall burn it with fire:

  6. Babylonien (assyrisch: Kardunia ... Nach nur zwei Jahren wurde Amel-Marduk bei einem Aufstand getötet und der babylonische General Nergal-šarra-usur bestieg den Thron.

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