Definition of Nebuchadnezzar ii
1. Noun. (Old Testament) king of Chaldea who captured and destroyed Jerusalem and exiled the Israelites to Babylonia (630?-562 BC).
Category relationships: Old Testament
Generic synonyms: King, Male Monarch, Rex
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Literary usage of Nebuchadnezzar ii
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1. A Guide to the Babylonian and Assyrian Antiquities by Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge, Leonard William King (1908)
"Nineteenth year of Nebuchadnezzar II. [Nos. 31865, 33102. ... Twenty-first year of Nebuchadnezzar II. [No. 92707.] No. 117. Part of a tablet of accounts. ..."
2. Assyrian Language: Easy Lessons in the Cuneiform Inscriptions by Leonard William King (1901)
"... V. Prayer of Nebuchadnezzar II to Marduk upon his accession to the throne. 57. [Cun. In»er. Wat. Aria, Vol. I, p1. 53, Col. I, 1. 55—72.] 1 u-bil-Su, ..."
3. First Steps in Assyrian: A Book for Beginners; Being a Series of Historical by Leonard William King (1898)
"... THE COMPLETION OF THE WALLS OF BABYLON BY nebuchadnezzar ii, KING OF BABYLON, 604—561 BC [From a cylinder in the British Museum, No. 68 — 7 — 9, i. ..."
4. Bulletin of the New York Public Library by New York Public Library (1917)
"... alsu Nebuchadnezzar II., king of Babylon. Weissbach, Franz Heinrich. ... See Nabopolassar; also Nebuchadnezzar II., king of Babylon. ..."
5. Assyria and Babylonia: A List of References in the New York Public Library by Ida Augusta Pratt, Richard James Horatio Gottheil, New York Public Library (1918)
"See Nebuchadnezzar II., king of Babylon. Oppert, Jules. Revised chronology of the latest Babylonian kings. (Society of Biblical Archaeology. Transactions. ..."
6. Transactions of the Society of Biblical Archæology by Society of Biblical Archæology (London, England) (1878)
"His son Nabu-ahi-idina, who joined his father in the business in the fifteenth year of Nebuchadnezzar II, that is, in the twelfth of his father's headship, ..."
7. A popular introduction to the study of the holy Scriptures by William Carpenter (1826)
"... courts — Destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar. II. The TEMPLE OF ZERUBBABEL. III. HEROD'S TEMPLE. IV. The veneration which the Jews cherished for their Temple. ..."