2 edition of The fall of Nineveh. found in the catalog.
The fall of Nineveh.
C. J. Gadd
|Other titles||Babylonian chronicle (Brit. mus. Tab. 21,901), Nabopolassar chronical.|
|Statement||Edited with transliteration, translation, notes, etc., by C. J. Gadd... With a photographic reproduction and six plates. Printed by order of the Trustees.|
|Contributions||Gadd, Cyril John, ed. and tr.|
|LC Classifications||PL3845 .B3 1923|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. l., 42 p.|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||24001674|
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The account of Diodorus Siculus, in his work ‘Library of History,’ concerning the fall of Nineveh is as follows: “The King of Assyria had become overjoyed with his past victories, so he began a celebration for his soldiers serving them with great quantities of wine and other provisions.
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When The fall of Nineveh was published on 1 Julyit bore the printed dedication: ‘TO HIS MOST CHRISTIAN MAJESTY. 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.