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Dec 30, 2016 · Scripture Text: (click to open in a new window or tab)Jeremiah 52:31 – 34. A minor historical footnote brings to close the record of Jeremiah’s ministry. After a reign of some 45 years, Nebuchadnezzar is succeeded by his son Evil-Merodach (Amel-Marduk in Babylonian).
Apr 03, 2021 · Dr. Francois du Plessis – His Son Amel-Marduk And Jehoiachin – Nebuchadnezzar (Part 11) April 3, 2021 · by thelasttrumpet111 · in bible and archeology , Bible study , Christian walk . Share this:
(ee' vihl-mih roh' dach) Babylonian royal name meaning, “worshiper of Marduk.” Babylonian king (562-560 B.C.) who treated Jehoiachin, king of Judah, with kindness (2 Kings 25:27 ). The Babylonian form of the name is Amel-Marduk. He was the son of Nebuchadrezzar. See Babylon . ;
Nov 01, 2011 · 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.
Chapter 5 Belshazzar’s Feast. When Nebuchadnezzar died he was succeeded by his son Amel Marduk (Evil-Merodach - 2 Kings 25:27-30 ), who was then succeeded within two years by Nergal-shar-usur ( Jeremiah 39:3; Jeremiah 39:13 ), Nebuchadnezzar’s son-in-law. He only survived for four years and died leaving on the throne a son, who was a minor ...
Jul 22, 2021 · Babylonian records state that Amel-Marduk (the biblical Evil-Merodach) began to reign in October 562 BCE, and 2 Kings 25:27 says that it was in the twelfth month of this accession year (Adar, 561 BCE) and in Jehoiachin’s 37th year of captivity that Jehoiachin was released from prison. By Judean reckoning, Jehoiachin’s 37th year would then ...
Jan 01, 2021 · As the reader will no doubt recall, the book of Kings ends on a rather quiet note: in the 37th year of the exiled king Jehoiachin, the Judahite monarch was freed from prison by the Babylonian king Evil-merodach (= Amel-marduk); every day, we are then told, he dined at the king’s table.