Bel-Ibni II, King of Babylon
Nabopolassar (Nabū-apal-usur), King of Babylon
(-605 B.C.)
Nebuchadrezzar (Nabū-kudurri-us.ur) II "the Great", King of Babylon (605-562BC)
(-562 B.C.)


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Princess Amyitis of the Medes

Nebuchadrezzar (Nabū-kudurri-us.ur) II "the Great", King of Babylon (605-562BC)

  • Died: Oct 562 B.C.

   General Notes:

He is (in)famous for his conquests of Judah and Jerusalem, in addition to his monumental building within his capital of Babylon. He is sometimes called "Nebuchadrezzar the Great", but because of his destruction of temples in Jerusalem and the conquest of Judah, he was vilified in the Bible and the appellation of "Great" was difficult to survive.

   Marriage Information:

Nebuchadrezzar married Princess Amyitis of the Medes, daughter of Kyaxares (Hvakhshathra) "the Great", King of Media (625-584BC) and Unknown.

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