Nebuchadrezzar, tears and groans of judgment

(may Nebo protect the crown), was the greatest and most powerful of the Babylonian kings. His name is explained to mean “Nebo is the protector against misfortune.” He was the son and successor of Nabopolassar, the founder of the Babylonian empire. In the lifetime of his father Nebuchadnezzar led an army against Pharaoh-necho, king of […]

-Also called NEBUCHADREZZAR -King of Babylon Jer 21:2 -Empire of -See [2881]BABYLON -His administration Da 1; 2; 3; 4 -Conquests .Of Jerusalem 2Ki 24; 25; 1Ch 6:15; 2Ch 36:5-21; Ezr 1:7; Jer 39 -Of Egypt 2Ki 24:7; Jer 46:2 -Of Tyre Eze 29:18 -An instrument of God’s judgments Jer 27:8 -Prophecies concerning Jer 21:7,10; 22:25; […]

In the Babylonian orthography Nabu-kudur-uzur, which means “Nebo, protect the crown!” or the “frontiers.” In an inscription he styles himself “Nebo’s favourite.” He was the son and successor of Nabopolassar, who delivered Babylon from its dependence on Assyria and laid Nineveh in ruins. He was the greatest and most powerful of all the Babylonian kings. […]