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[neb-uh-kuhd-nez-er, neb-yoo-]
a king of Babylonia, 604?–561? b.c., and conqueror of Jerusalem. II Kings 24, 25.
(sometimes lowercase) a bottle for wine holding 20 quarts (18.9 liters).
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Nebuchadnezzar II - Wikipedia


Nebuchadnezzar II was a Chaldean king of the Neo-Babylonian Empire, who reigned c. 605 BCE – c. 562 BCE. Both the construction of the Hanging Gardens of ...

Nebuchadnezzar • WebBible Encyclopedia • ChristianAnswers.Net


Nebuchadnezzar. in the Babylonian orthography Nabu-kudur-uzur, which means “Nebo, protect the crown!” or the “frontiers”. In an inscription he styles himself ...

Nebuchadnezzar II - Ancient History Encyclopedia


King Nebuchadnezzar II (634-562 BCE) was the greatest king of ancient Babylon , succeeding his father, Nabopolassar. King Nabopolassar had defeated the ...

Who was Nebuchadnezzar? - GotQuestions.org


Who was Nebuchadnezzar? Does the biblical account of Nebuchadnezzar match what secular history says about him?

Topical Bible: Nebuchadnezzar - Bible Hub


Nebuchadnezzar. Called in Jeremiah Nebuchadnezzar, the son and successor of Nabopolassar, succeeded to the kingdom of Chaldea about 600 B. C. He had  ...

Daniel 4:33 Immediately what had been said about ... - Bible Hub


New International Version Immediately what had been said about Nebuchadnezzar was fulfilled. He was driven away from people and ate grass like the ox.

Daniel 2 MSG - King Nebuchadnezzar's Dream - In the - Bible ...

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King Nebuchadnezzar's Dream - In the second year of his reign, King Nebuchadnezzar started having dreams that disturbed him deeply. He couldn't.

Nebuchadnezzar - Minneapolis Institute of Arts


Nebuchadnezzar The story of Nebuchadnezzar's dream and madness is one of several moralizing, allegorical interpretations of historical events in the Book of ...