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Synonyms for Nebuchadnezzar

(Old Testament) king of Chaldea who captured and destroyed Jerusalem and exiled the Israelites to Babylonia (630?-562 BC)

a very large wine bottle holding the equivalent of 20 normal bottles of wine

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Their unwavering faith caused not only King Nebuchadnezzar to proclaim the reality of Israel's God (Daniel 3:28-29), but -- due to Daniel's testimony -- King Darius as well (Daniel 6:26-27).
Then, when Nebuchadnezzar thinks he has it all, in one simple moment, he loses everything, cast into a wilderness no man has ever traversed.
In the third year of the reign of King Jehoiakim of Judah, King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon came to Jerusalem and laid siege to it (Dan.
In the final paper of this section John Dillery analyzes Berossos' account of the reigns of Nabopolassar and Nebuchadnezzar II, demonstrating how Berossos' anachronistic use of terminology characteristic of the Seleucid court strengthened the parallel implied by his narrative between the father and son relationship of Nabopolassar and Nebuchadnezzar II and that of Seleucus I and Antiochus I.
Unlike King Nebuchadnezzar, we no longer believe mental illness is a punishment from God.
How many bottles of wine does a Nebuchadnezzar contain?
The exhibition is based on more than 100 cuneiform tablets, each no bigger than an adult's palm, that detail transactions and contracts between Judeans driven from, or convinced to move from, Jerusalem by King Nebuchadnezzar around 600 BCE.
Both this chapter and the one that follows survey depictions of Nebuchadnezzar "Dream of Precious Metals" as interpreted by Daniel (and as reinterpreted by medieval theorists and writers).
One of the people Nebuchadnezzar transported to Babylon was Daniel, who, in the words of James Davison Hunter, exemplified "faithful presence within.
Two youngsters handed the Duchess a pair of scissors to cut a length of rope to launch a PS1,250 nebuchadnezzar of Moet and Chandon champagne into the hull.
It was thought to have been built by King Nebuchadnezzar II in homage to his homesick wife Amytis of Media.
CORKING: A magnum Bosses claimed the craze for magnums - double the size of a standard 750ml bottle - was sparked by stars like sprint ace Usain Bolt, who celebrated his third Olympic gold with a Nebuchadnezzar (15 litre bottle) of champagne at a West London club.
Zedekiah broke his oath and sought the help of Egypt in the hope that an alliance with the stronger nation would threaten Nebuchadnezzar and ultimately free the Israelites.
The topics include legal analogy in Deuteronomy and fratricide in the field, the Book of Jeremiah as a source for the history of the near east in the time of Nebuchadnezzar, people and places in the earliest translations of neo-Assyrian texts relating to the Old Testament, the social matrix that shaped the Hebrew Bible and generated the Dead Sea Scrolls, the condemned rulers in Targum Isaiah's eschatological banquet, and a ninth-century Irish bog psalter and reading the Psalms as three fifties.