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Aššurbanipal’s Rassam Prism (A) (4.41)

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Author(s): Hurowitz, Victor Avigdor
Commentary Subject: Jer 1:5; 2Kgs 19:9; Jer 37:9; Nah 3:8; Ezek 30:14–16; Jer 46:25; 2 Kgs 23:29; Jer 46:2; 2 Chr 35:20; Jer 9:3; Deut 28:53–57; 2Kgs 19:36–37; Isa 37:37–38; Lev 26:29; Deut 28:53–57; Jer 19:9; Ezek 5:10; 2Kgs 6:28–29; Lam 2:20; 4:10; 2Kgs 7:1, 17, 18; Deut 28:53–57; Deut 29:19, 26; Lev 26:26; Deut 29:23–24; 1Kgs 9:8–9 Aššurbanipal is mentioned in the Bible only once, in an Aramaic letter where he is called Osnapar (Ezra 4:10), and is said to have deported several peoples from Babylonia and Elam and settled them in the city of Samaria a…

Treaty Of Aššur-Nerariv With Matiʾ-Ilu, King of arpad (4.34)

(4,014 words)

Author(s): Lauinger, Jacob
Commentary Subject: Lev 26:29; Deut 28:53–57; Jer 19:9; Ezek 5:10; 2Kgs 6:28–29; Lam 2:20; 4:10 This treaty between the Assyrian king Aššur-nerari V (754–745) and Matiʾ-ilu, the king of the Syro-Anatolian city-state of Arpad, was made during a period of general decline in Assyria’s centralized control in the first half of the eighth century. Nonetheless, Parpola and Watanabe (1988:xxvii) suggest that the treaty “was probably concluded in Aššur-nerari’s very first year and it seems to have been duly observed by…

Esarhaddon’s Succession Treaty (4.36)

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Author(s): Lauinger, Jacob
Commentary Subject: Lev 26:29; Deut 28:53–57; Jer 19:9; Ezek 5:10; 2Kgs 6:28–29; Lam 2:20; 4:10; Lev 26:29; Deut 28:53–57; Jer 19:9; Ezek 5:10; 2Kgs 6:28–29; Lam 2:20; 4:10 In early May 672 bce, Esarhaddon, king of Assyria, (680–669 bce) required all the subjects of the Assyrian empire – not just those living in Assyria and its provinces but also the subjects of its client kingdoms – to swear an adê-oath promising to uphold the succession of his son Aššurbanipal to the throne of Assyria (and, in somewhat more muted fashion the succession of Aššurbanipal’s brother…