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  1. Sep 13, 2022 · Our free eBook Ten Top Biblical Archaeology Discoveries brings together the exciting worlds of archaeology and the Bible! Learn the fascinating insights gained from artifacts and ruins, like the Pool of Siloam in Jerusalem, where the Gospel of John says Jesus miraculously restored the sight of the blind man, and the Tel Dan inscription—the first historical evidence of King David outside the ...

  2. He was not completely unconnected to the Chaldean dynasty, however, having secured his claim to the throne through marriage to one of Nebuchadnezzar II's daughters, possibly Kaššaya. Neriglissar was succeeded by his son, Labashi-Marduk, who was deposed shortly thereafter. Why Labashi-Marduk was deposed is not known, but it is possible that he ...

  3. Amel-Marduk: Amēl-Marduk: 7 October 562 BC August 560 BC Son of Nebuchadnezzar II Neriglissar: Nergal-šar-uṣur: August 560 BC April 556 BC Son-in-law of Nebuchadnezzar II, usurped the throne Labashi-Marduk: Lâbâši-Marduk: April 556 BC June 556 BC Son of Neriglissar Nabonidus: Nabû-naʾid: 25 May 556 BC 13 October 539 BC

  4. › 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 ...

  5. The Sumerian King List (abbreviated SKL) or Chronicle of the One Monarchy is an ancient literary composition written in Sumerian that was likely created and redacted to legitimize the claims to power of various city-states and kingdoms in southern Mesopotamia during the late third and early second millennium BC.

  6. 562 a. C.: Amel-Marduk sucede a Nabucodonosor II como rey de Babilonia. 560 a. C.: Neriglissar sucede a Amel-Marduk como rey de Babilonia. 560/561 a. C.: Creso se convierte en rey de Lidia. 560 a. C.: Pisístrato toma la Acrópolis de Atenas y se declara a sí mismo tirano. Es depuesto el mismo año.

  7. Jan 01, 2008 · The fall of the Babylonian Empire came suddenly when the Medes and the Persians overran the city of Babylon in a night attack in 539 b.c. Prior to this event, the Babylonian Empire had already fallen on evil days. When Nebuchadnezzar died in 562 b.c., he was succeeded by his son Amel-Marduk who was assassinated only two years later.

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