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The fall of Nineveh.

C. J. Gadd

The fall of Nineveh.

The newly discovered Babylonian chronicle, no. 21,901, in the British museum.

by C. J. Gadd

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Published by Sold at the British museum [etc.] in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nineveh (Extinct city),
  • Babylonia,
  • Assyria
    • Subjects:
    • Nabopolassar, King of Babylonia, 7th cent. B.C.,
    • Nineveh (Extinct city),
    • Babylonia -- History.,
    • Assyria -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesBabylonian chronicle (Brit. mus. Tab. 21,901), Nabopolassar chronical.
      StatementEdited with transliteration, translation, notes, etc., by C. J. Gadd... With a photographic reproduction and six plates. Printed by order of the Trustees.
      ContributionsGadd, Cyril John, ed. and tr.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPL3845 .B3 1923
      The Physical Object
      Pagination4 p. l., 42 p.
      Number of Pages42
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6660716M
      LC Control Number24001674
      OCLC/WorldCa4869742


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Three months later, the city fell. The king of Assyria died, and the city was plundered until September 14 when the invading army departed.

By B.C. the Assyrian Kingdom officially ended, and Babylonia was on the rise. Despite Nineveh’s great power, the city fell just as Nahum had prophesied.