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  Ashurbanipal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
627 BCE) (reigned 669 - 627 BCE), the son of Esarhaddon and Naqi'a-Zakutu, was the last great king of ancient Assyria.
Esarhaddon was not the son of Sennacherib's queen, Tashmetum-sharrat, but of the West Semitic "palace woman" Zakutu, known by her native name, Naqi'a.
Documentation from the last years of reign of Ashurbanipal is very scarce, and even the date of his death is not known with certainty.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ashurbanipal   (1180 words)

Adad-Nirari III was succeeded by Shalmaneser IV (BCE 782-772), and the latter by Asshur-Dan III (BCE 773-754).
In BCE 729 the height of his ambition was attained, and he was invested With the sovereignty of Asia in the holy city of Babylon.
In BCE 626 the Chaldean, Nabopolassar (Nabu-apal-usur), revolted from Uruk and occupied Babylon.
www.ancientworlds.net /aw/places/place/324904   (3039 words)

 Chronofile: BCE Section-4   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Around 515 BCE, the worshipers of Yaweh completed the construction of the Temple in Jerusalem and the monotheistic reforms of Ezra and Nehemiah began (extending to c.430 BCE), although the Bible is not clear about the sequence of events and the two leaders seem to have no knowledge of each other in the biblical reports.
Slow to respond perhaps,...the Persians countered in 494-490 BCE (Battle of Marathon) with a massive invasion of mainland Greece with an enormous army and navy and plundered the region to the core.
In 332 BC-331 BCE, Alexander was welcomed as a liberator in Egypt and was pronounced the "son of Zeus" by Egyptian priests of the god Ammon at the Oracle of the god at the Siwa Oasis in the Libyan desert.
hometown.aol.com /eilatlog/chronofile/timeBCE-S4.html   (9260 words)

 Rel 101: Understanding the Bible: Significant Dates
627 BCE Death of Emperor Asshurbanapal and slow collapse of Assyria.
428 BCE (possibly 458 or even 398) The Persians appoint Ezra "scribe of the law of the god of heaven" (Ezra 7:12) to assist in the Jewish restoration.
336 BCE Philip is assassinated and Alexander inherits the empire.
www.westminster.edu /staff/brennie/dates.htm   (657 words)

 List of kings of Babylon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Assyrian Sack of Babylon, 689 BCE; Babylon is rebuilt by Esarhaddon of Assyria in the 670s BCE
Kandalanu (possibly Ashurbanipal of Assyria or else a viceroy), 648-627 BCE
In 539 BCE, Babylon was captured by Cyrus the Great of Persia, and lost its independence.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Kings_of_Babylon   (298 words)

 ArtLex on Mesopotamian art   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
2700 BCE are fine examples of the way Sumerian sculpture is typically based on cones and cylinders -- arms and legs like pipes, skirts smooth and round, flaring out at their bottoms.
The massive and highly stylized bird is shown with a plump body and flaring tail, and easily transcends its original and somewhat prosaic function.
Medes, the land she came from was green, rugged and mountainous, and she found the flat, sun-baked terrain of Mesopotamia depressing, so the king decided to recreate her homeland by building an artificial mountain with rooftop gardens.
www.artlex.com /ArtLex/m/mesopotamian.html   (1990 words)

 11. Intro Sumerian Kinglist   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
In 1800 AD very little more was known than in 400 BCE about the earliest history of Mesopotamia, although these sources had served to stir the imagination of poets and artists, down to "Sardanapalus" (probably Ashurbanipal, or, as he was known to the Greeks, Sardanapalus, reigned from 668 to 626 BCE.).
The Early Dynastic period ran from 2900 BCE to 2370 BCE and it is this period for which we begin to have more reliable written accounts although some of the great kings of this era later evolved mythic tales about them and were deified.
Around 2500 BCE: King Lugalanemundu of Adab extends Sumer to cover the area from the Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean Sea, bordering the Taurus mountains in the north, and the Zagros mountains in the east.
www.earth-history.com /Earth-11.htm   (9912 words)

 CHAPTER TWO: The 'King's Calendar' Starting Point - the works of Josephus, The Fall of Jerusalem, the Burning of ...
Therefore March 18th 561 BCE appears to be the correct date for Jehoiachin's release, and indicates that the Fall of Jerusalem occurred in 586 BCE.
Having concluded that 586 BCE is the year in which Solomon's Temple was burned, and having already agreed with Wiseman that Amel-Marduk commenced his first regnal year in 561 BCE, another issue now arises.
Since Amel-Marduk's accession year of 562 BCE is Nebuchadrezzar's last regnal year, it is not possible that Nebuchadrezzar reigned forty-three (43) years, if his reign is to be synchronised with the reigns of the Judean Kings, as is indicated in the Biblical Narratives.
www.kingscalendar.com /kc_free_files_no_frames/CHAPTER_02.html   (3744 words)

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1900 BCE: The Near East - The Epic of Gilgamesh is redacted from Sumerian sources and written in the semetic language.
Around the same time, he writes his Code of Laws containing 282 rules including the principles of "an eye for an eye" and "let the buyer beware." It is one of the first codes of law in world history, predated only by the Laws of Lipit-Ishtar.
They appeal to the Roman Pompey in 63 BCE who intervenes, thereby beginning the Roman occupation of Palestine.
eawc.evansville.edu /chronology/nepage.htm   (1552 words)

Evidence suggests that in the first millennium BCE Balts occupied the area west of the Vistula’s mouth east to Moscow and the upper Volga, and south to Kiev (Baldi, 1983; Mallory, 1989).
From about 500 BCE to the end of the medieval period, Gills and Frank have noted the appearance of 400 to 500-year-long economic cycles with up and down phases lasting approximately 200 years each.
Their New Kingdom that arose about 1430 BCE and dominated the Middle East for some 150 years established the supremacy of Hittite in the region.
www.mnstate.edu /gunarat/languages.htm   (11251 words)

 Japhethmadai   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
640-587 BCE the Greeks in Athens, via their kindred in Ionia, that is the coast of Asia Minor, are aware of the existence of  the Medes.
Stern has noted that in the course of the 8th and 7th centuries BCE Greek pottery penetrated Judah, Edom, Moab and Ammon.  Greek mercenaries served the Saite Pharaohs and were employed by them in reclaiming Palestine-Syria as an Egyptian sphere of influence as Assyrian power and influence waned during this  period (cf.
Although Jeremiah in 587-582 BCE prophecized that God would use the Medes to destroy Babylon and set his people free, the author of the Primary History (562-560 BCE) probably was unaware of this prophecy.
www.bibleorigins.net /Japhethmadai.html   (4727 words)

This is a series of tables drawn up by Ralph W. Klein, that shows the major events and rulers of Israel and its neighbors, from ca 2000 BCE to 135 CE.
The Divided Kingdom (Rehoboam to Jehoshaphat in Judah//Jeroboam to Ahab in Israel 931-845 BCE
The Divided Kingdom (Jehoram to the beginning of Hezekiah in Judah//Ahaziah to Hoshea in Israel) 852-late 8c BCE
prophetess.lstc.edu /~rklein/Documents/compchron.htm   (302 words)

 Why Mesopotamian Myths - www.GatesToBabylon.com
Around 1350 BCE, however, it is clear that the kingdom of Mitanni collapsed under increasing pressure from the Hittites to the West.
On his death in 668 BCE, Esarhaddon was succeeded by his son Ashurbanipal, who, though faced with trouble in Babylonia and Egypt, boasts of a peaceful and prosperous reign, allowing the king time to learn to read and write as well as engage in the royal sport of lion hunting.
In 539 BCE, the armies of the Persian king Cyrus (a member of the Achaemenid family) marched upon Babylon and captured the city and with it all the Neo-Babylonian Empire.
www.gatewaystobabylon.com /myths/whymeso.htm   (2938 words)

 Astronomical Dating   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The chronology placing the date for the destruction of Jerusalem in 587 BCE is derived from records which have come down to us in the form of clay tablets, the majority of which are documents made during the Seleucid period (4th century BCE).
Yet the eclipse in 635 BCE was adequate enough to produce noticeable darkness, which would have provided a portent sufficient to end the war as recorded by Herodotus.
Placing the return of the Jews from exile in 538 BCE, allowing for a full 70 years' desolation of the land and using the total of the reigns of the kings of Judah, which is 390 years, I have constructed the Biblical chronology set forth on my charts.
members.aol.com /gparrishjr/astro.html   (1751 words)

 Notes on Gilgamesh | Earthshine
While composed nearly five thousand years ago (2500-1500 BCE), Gilgamesh strikes me as very contemporary in its thematic concerns as it is alien in many of its cultural practices.
Many of these themes emerge from a lost mythological tradition and a culture that is equally non-extant, the bonds of friendship, fear of death, and the quest for worldly renown still strike chords with us even in the twenty-first century.
The oral stories were probably assembled by a poet and cast into the narrative form of the epic between 2000 and 1600 BCE and finally written on clay tablets in cuniform during the reign of Assurbanipol in 668-627 BCE.
earthshine.org /?q=node/104   (1041 words)

 Agatha Christie and Archaeology
Until the destruction of their empire by the Medes and Babylonians in 612 BCE, the Assyrians were powerful enemies of the kingdom of Judah, and their capital was one of the greatest cities of the time.
Sennacherib (704-681 BCE) moved his capital to Nineveh from Khorsabad and built a palace, an armoury and a city wall more than 12 kilometres in length.
It lies on the west bank of the Wadi Dara, which feeds the Wadi Khanzir, a tributary to the Khabur River; it is on the modern road between Hasseke and Amuda and was surely on a number of ancient routes that crossed this region.
www.fathom.com /course/21701725/session3.html   (3071 words)

 Christian Bible Study - Questions and Answers 4
Ecclesiasticus, or the Wisdom of Jesus the Son of Sirach, was originally written in Hebrew in the early part of the second century BCE.
The twentieth chapter was dictated by Jeremiah to Baruch, his scribe, during the reign of Josiah, after Jeremiah had been beaten and imprisoned for prophesying the destruction of Jerusalem because of the idolatry of the Israelites.
Jerusalem was captured and destroyed in 587 BCE by the Babylonians, and the prophet warns of this catastrophe and then afterwards offers words of hope to his captured and exiled people.
www.christian-bible.com /Dialogue/Tests/test4.htm   (2641 words)

 Introduction To The Scripture For The Fourth Sunday After Epiphany - Year C
From this brief discussion of historical events, we may conclude that the details of vs.10 were written after the fact, reflecting the what had already taken place.
However, some scholars doubt that his ministry began before 612 or 609 BCE because there is a gap of some 20 years in biographical information.
Some regard the date of 627 BCE as the time of his birth, which gives poignancy to his protest about his youth in vs.6.
www.rockies.net /~spirit/sermons/c-or04-js.php   (2288 words)

 ThothWeb - The Assyro-Babylonian Mythology FAQ
Assyria, was the northern portion of Mesopotamia, who's capital was Ashur (until 883 BCE, when it was moved to Calah/Nimrud) and whose reach included the major city of Nineveh (Ninua).
Assyria attained a brief period of dominance under Shamshi-Adad (1813-1781 BCE) but was soon superseded by Babylon under Hammurapi (Hammurabi) (1792-50 BCE) who established what once were thought to be the first written law codes (more recent discoveries include law codes from a couple centuries prior to Hammurapi).
The empire collapsed from invaders with Nineveh falling to Nabopalasar of Babylon in 612 BCE and the empire dying in 605 BCE.
www.thothweb.com /content-61.html   (8114 words)

 Assurbanipal and His Queen in the Garden Pg. 80 Fig. 2-24
Assurbanipal ruled Mesopotamia from 669 bce to 627 bce.
This may symbolize the Egyptian takeover in 663 bce.
The heads of the king's enemies hang from the tree as a form of psychological warfare.
www.personal.kent.edu /~rlokay/British/page3.html   (97 words)

 Welcome to EthicsDaily.com!
BCE believes church leaders and faith communities possess the keys to developing moral character, teaching sound decision making, offering a clear moral witness to the larger culture and advancing social change.
When we started BCE, we recognized that too often Christians have been known for what we are against.
BCE challenges Christians to be pro-health, not anti-alcohol; pro-women and pro-people of color, not anti-discrimination; pro-poor people, not anti-poverty; pro-family, not anti-abortion and anti-pornography; pro-sex education, not anti-human sexuality; pro-character development, not anti-moral failure.
www.ethicsdaily.com /static.cfm?mode=about   (917 words)

 The romance of the rose
In the 5th century bce Anacreon composed an ode in praise of the rose, its beauty, perfume, power to heal and the esteem in which it was held by the Gods.
The predeliction of the Romans for roses is attested by the excavation of the remains of private gardens in the ruins of Pompeii, and the depiction of roses in surviving frescoes found there.
Stories of Cleopatra Vii (69 - 30 bce) carpeting the floor of the banquetting hall or throne room with roses to a depth of two feet when Mark Anthony visited her verify that roses grew in abundance at that period.
www.whitedragon.org.uk /articles/rose.htm   (4915 words)

 600 B.C.E.
Circa 500 B.C.E., the Olmecs brought forth their calendar and mathematics; Heraclitus talked about universal flux and rhythm, Parmenides wrote about the oneness of Being, Empedocles about the unity of opposites, and Democritus about atoms and progress.
Chinese History, for example, 1000 B.C.E. marks the beginning of the Zhou Dynasty, which emphasized very strongly the Emperor’s “mandate of heaven” and “obedience to Gods”.
This would suggest that the philosophies that originated in the Sixth Century B.C.E. time era were not wholly based on “where’d we go wrong?” But that there was the allowance for a new manner of thinking, one which actually disseminated itself into the mainstream societies of the ancient world.
www.halexandria.org /dward206.htm   (2454 words)

 ANE Imperial Context of ancient Israel
In the histories of Egypt and Mesopotamia, developing near the beginning of the first millennium BCE, both empires go into decline, allowing the minor kingdoms of the east Mediterranean littoral to flourish independently for three or four hundred years (ca.
Sennacherib (705-681 BCE) defeats Hezekiah and lays siege to Jerusalem.
445 BCE), Nehemiah used the rest of his initial term as governor and a second some years later to implement important economic, political, and religious reforms; these measures were consistent with Persian imperial interests but they also enforced provisions of the polity that Ezra had previously established" (McBride 1988:21-22).
www.ucalgary.ca /~eslinger/genrels/ANE.Empires.html   (2874 words)

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The Assyrian Crisis of the 8th-7th Centuries BCE
The book of Jeremiah includes an announcement of a future covenant which will not be broken like the old one (See Jeremiah 31:31).
He asserted that Yahweh is too holy to live among a people who are unjust and violent.
www.greek-language.com /bible/palmer/09prophetstimeline.html   (1171 words)

 NAHUM, NRSV HEBREW BIBLE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The focus of the book, the fall of Nineveh (612 BCE), is either an imminent or recent event.
Under the combined assaults of the Medes from north of Persia and the Chaldeans from southern Babylonia, the ancient Assyrian capital city, Asshur, fell in 614.
When the renowned Nineveh was destroyed in 612 BCE, Assyrian domination of the Near East was ended, though its imperial structures served as a template for subsequent empires.
www.anova.org /sev/htm/hb/34_nahum.htm   (747 words)

 ACADEMIC NEWSLETTERS  2004    ###  APRIL - JUNE  ###    2004  Academic Newsletters - The Kings Calendar
Zedekiah commences in 597 or 596 BCE and dies in 587 or 586 BCE.
While 842/841 BCE is the current date for the succession of Hazael to the Syrian Throne, this is based upon the 'first' archaeological records to mention him, and there can be no sustainable argument to oppose the 'King's Calendar' assertion of a significantly earlier starting date.
His minority would date from around 883 BCE to around 868 BCE (at which time he was old enough to lead his troops and be drinking himself drunk 1 Kings 20:16), a period of about 15 years.
www.kingscalendar.com /cgi-bin/index.cgi?action=viewnews&id=99   (14492 words)

 Kloosterman Genealogy, Ashurbanipal
There were several Assyrian kings named Assur-bani-pal, also spelled Asurbanipal, Assurbanipal (most commonly), Ashurbanipal and Ashshurbanipal, but the best known was Assurbanipal IV.
Ashurbanipal, or Assurbanipal, (reigned 668 - 627 BCE), the son of Esarhaddon and Naqi'a-Zakutu, was the last great king of ancient Assyria.
He is famous as one of the few kings who could himself read and write.
www.kloosterman.be /topten-ashurbanipal.php   (680 words)

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