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The Neo-Babylonian empire and Babylon in the latter prophets /

David Stephen Vanderhooft.

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Author: Vanderhooft, David Stephen
Published: Atlanta, Georgia : Scholars Press, [1999]
Series: Harvard Semitic Museum publications.
Harvard Semitic monographs ; no. 59.
Topics: | Late profeten (bijbelboeken) | Bible. Prophets - History of Biblical events. | Bibel Altes Testament Prophetische Bücher
Regions: Babylonia - History. | Middle East - Babylonia. | Babylonien
Genres: History.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 211-232) and indexes.
505 00|tInto the Eternal Shadow of Babylon Neo-Babylonian Ideas of Imperial Rule in the Royal Inscriptions --|tThe Titulary --|tThe Absence of Imperial Rhetoric in the Inscriptions of Nabopolassar --|tThe Evolution of Babylonian Imperial Ideas: Nebuchadnezzar --|tThe King's Call and Language of Imperial Hegemony --|tNebuchadnezzar as Protector of Humanity --|tBabylon as Center of the World --|tThe King's Enemies --|tPrecedents and Summary --|tNabonidus's Reformulation --|tBabylonian Imperial Administration in the Levant --|tThe Contraction of Assyria and Egypt's Rise in the Southern Levant --|tThe Contraction of Assyria --|tEgypt's Rise in the Southern Levant --|tNebuchadnezzar's Arrival in the Levant --|tNebuchadnezzar's Empire --|tAdministrative Geography --|tTerritorial Divisions in the Empire --|tImperial Officials --|tThe Case of Judah --|tDeportation --|tEconomic Geography --|tBabylon in the Latter Prophets --|tMicah 4:10 --|tThe Foreign Nation Oracles in the First Isaiah --|tIsaiah 13 --|tIsaiah 14:1-23 --|tIsaiah 21:1-10 --|tJeremiah --|tThe Foe From the North --|tThe Babylonian King and His Administration --|tHabakkuk 1-2 --|tEzekiel --|tEzekiel 17 --|tEzekiel 21:23-29 --|tSecond Isaiah --|tIsaiah 40:18-20 --|tIsaiah 46:1-2 --|tIsaiah 47 --|tJeremiah 50:1-51:58 --|tDescriptions of Babylon --|tThe Fall of Babylon.
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