nebuchadnezzar M

akkadian (babylonian)
NEBÛKADNE'TSTSAR / NABOUKHODONóSôR / NIBūḫAḏNIṣṣAR

This name derives from the Akkadian (Babylonian) “nebu ûkadne'tstsar” (Ancient Greek: naboukhodonósôr “ναβουχοδονόσωρ”; Arabic: “nibūḫaḏniṣṣar”), meaning “may Nebo protect the crown”. Nebuchadnezzar I was the fourth king of the second dynasty of Isin and fourth dynasty of Babylon. Nebuchadnezzar II was king of the neo-Babylonian empire, who reigned from ~605 to 562 BC. According to the bible, he conquered Judah and Jerusalem, and sent the Jews into exile.

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