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The Nebuchadnezzar II Tablets
by Umberto Cliff and Demmon




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THE KING OF BABYLON, POSSESSED IN A FOREST- In 631 BC, Ashurbanipal, the ancient king of Assyria and thereby king of the ancient world, died. - Ashurbanipal's kingdom fell to warring factions shortly after his death. - The town with the very first library in history, Nineveh, was sacked in 612 BC and razed to the ground. King Cyaxares of the Medes did most of the sacking while waiting for his ally, King Nabopolassar, the Chaldean King of Babylon, to assist in warfare. When King Nabopolassar and his armies arrived on the battlefield, the recently murdered King Sinsharishkun's palace was smoldering in the center of the burning city of Nineveh. Right then and there, King Cyaxares and King Nabopolassar pledged their loyalty to each other. They sealed this treaty by pledging their children in marriage. Nebuchadnezzar II, the son of Nabopolassar then married Amytis, Cyaxares' illegitimate daughter. The end of the battle with Assyria and the beginning of the marriage of Nebuchadnezzar and Amytis is the era where these translated tablets take place. What the Tablets have to say about King Nebuchadnezzar II and his bout with madness not only coincides with the Biblical tale, but adds insight, for King Nebuchadnezzar II was a devout servant of the god MARDUK.What is contained in these pages is not only horrifying, but groundbreaking. There are details in this book that shine a new, secular light on many stories we have heard before from a Biblical perspective.The translation duties required of me to make this book available to you have taxed me in ways that I didn't know were possible.Humbly Yours, Father Umberto Cliff, April/2020 - Edinburg

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THE KING OF BABYLON, POSSESSED IN A FOREST- In 631 BC, Ashurbanipal, the ancient king of Assyria and thereby king of the ancient world, died. - Ashurbanipal's kingdom fell to warring factions shortly after his death. - The town with the very first library in history, Nineveh, was sacked in 612 BC and razed to the ground. King Cyaxares of the Medes did most of the sacking while waiting for his ally, King Nabopolassar, the Chaldean King of Babylon, to assist in warfare. When King Nabopolassar and his armies arrived on the battlefield, the recently murdered King Sinsharishkun's palace was smoldering in the center of the burning city of Nineveh. Right then and there, King Cyaxares and King Nabopolassar pledged their loyalty to each other. They sealed this treaty by pledging their children in marriage. Nebuchadnezzar II, the son of Nabopolassar then married Amytis, Cyaxares' illegitimate daughter. The end of the battle with Assyria and the beginning of the marriage of Nebuchadnezzar and Amytis is the era where these translated tablets take place. What the Tablets have to say about King Nebuchadnezzar II and his bout with madness not only coincides with the Biblical tale, but adds insight, for King Nebuchadnezzar II was a devout servant of the god MARDUK.What is contained in these pages is not only horrifying, but groundbreaking. There are details in this book that shine a new, secular light on many stories we have heard before from a Biblical perspective.The translation duties required of me to make this book available to you have taxed me in ways that I didn't know were possible.Humbly Yours, Father Umberto Cliff, April/2020 - Edinburg


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  • ISBN-13: 9798644863129
  • ISBN-10: 9798644863129
  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publish Date: May 2020
  • Page Count: 120
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.25 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.38 pounds


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