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      • Amytis of Media (c. 630-565 BC; Median: *Umati-; Ancient Greek: Ἄμυτις, romanized : Ámutis) was the daughter of the Median king Cyaxares, and the wife of Nebuchadnezzar II.
  1. Amytis of Media was the daughter of the Median king Cyaxares, and the wife of Nebuchadnezzar II.

  2. When Amytis, Princess of Media, Queen of the Neo-Babylonian Empire was born about 0630 BC, her father, Kyaxeres Cyaxares of Media King 625-584 BC, was -4 and her mother, Vashti, was 16. She married Nebuchadrezzar II. They were the parents of at least 3 sons and 2 daughters. She died in 0565 BC, at the age of 65.

    • Female
    • Nebuchadrezzar II
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  4. › topics › amytis-of-mediaAmytis of Media | Bartleby

    The Hanging Garden of Babylon was built in 600 B.C by Nebuchadnezzar, the king at the time. These beautiful gardens were built for the purpose of a gift to the queen, Amytis of Media, who had missed the flowers of her home land. To make the queen happy, Nebuchadnezzar commanded the garden be made.

  5. Amytis of MEDIA (Amyitis); ( Hanging Gardens were Nebuchadnezzar's gift to her) Born: abt. 630 BC Died: abt. 565 BC. HM George I's 73-Great Aunt. HRE Ferdinand I's 67 ...

  6. Amytis of Media: Her Telling of the Days of Nebuchadnezzar’s Exile. By Anne Elvey | 1 March 2017. White stars stud the indigo. like the dowry on my veil. when my father sent me from Media. to sign a pact with Babylon. Neb has been wandering for seven years. At first our cattle flourished like the shrubs.

    • Anne Elvey
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