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It seems that Marduk feels neglected and so causes the fall of Nabonidus and his kingdom.
Zawadzki, "Building Projects North of Sippar in the Time of Nabonidus," regarding public work in Sippar; B.
In the time of King Nabonidus, who left Babylon to take up residence in exile here, there was plentiful of water in the form of a shallow lake to the north of the town.
Two inscribed monuments found at Harran detail the influence of the Moon god's emporium on King Nabonidus of Babylon (555-539 B.
The Prayer of Nabonidus has long been known since Milik published it in preliminary form in 1956.
Bethel: Kelso (1993: 194) believes that the city prospered in the seventh century, until the time of Nabonidus or even the Persian period.
The Babylonian king Nabonidus, who was defeated and deposed by Cyrus, is denounced as an impious oppressor of the people of Babylonia and his low-born origins are implicitly contrasted to Cyrus's kingly heritage.
In the first place, Hogan provides a close analysis of the Prayer of Nabonidus and argues convincingly from philological and contextual evidence that the Jewish figure mentioned is not an exorcist but a messenger sent to direct Nabonidus to praise the Most High.
Unlike the public quarrel that the later Nabonidus had with his Neo-Babylonian court diviners, there is no obvious argument in Esarhaddon's inscription, no engagement with a counter-claim or an apology for otherwise unusual interpretations.
The cylinder was produced soon after Cyrus, king of Persia, conquered the last Babylonian king, Nabonidus, in 539 BCE.
Paul-Alain Beaulieu, The Reign of Nabonidus, King of Babylon (556-539 BC) (New Haven: Yale Univ.