Sheshbazzar(shĕsh'băz`är), in the Bible, exiled Jewish prince, later governor of a reestablished Jewish state centered in Jerusalem, commissioned (538 B.C.) by Cyrus to take back to Jerusalem the confiscated sacred vessels. Unlikely to be identical with ShenazzarShenazzar
, in the Bible, a son of Jehoiachin, King of Judah who was exiled in 597 B.C. See also Sheshbazzar.
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