The Last Days of the Old Eastern World
... of Syria, the revolt of Nectanebo II.--- The death of Artaxerxes II.--- The accession
of ... Persia and its powerlessness to resist attack: the rise of Macedonia ...
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... to is not Artaxerxes I((465-424), but Artaxerxes II((404-359). ... the reigns of Xerxes
(485-465) and Artaxerxes (465-424 ... He speaks of the king of Persia (Ezra 1:1 ...
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Book 11 Footnotes
... ill in admitting those kings of Persia with whom ... death of Longimanus, without any
intention of Darius II. before Artaxerxes Mnemon, or of Ochus or Arogus, as ...
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Fragment xvi. On the Seventy Weeks of Daniel. ...
... this happened in the twentieth year of the reign of Artaxerxes king of Persia. ... the
83d Olympiad, and the 20th year of the reign of Artaxerxes himself, up ... ii. ...
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On Daniel. Ii. The Interpretation by Hippolytus, (Bishop) of Rome ...
... Part I."Exegetical. On Daniel. II. ... "There shall stand up yet three kings," he says,
"in Persia; and the ... For after Cyrus arose Darius, and then Artaxerxes. ...
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In the Meantime, those Jews, Who, as we have Said Above...
... Book II. ... Accordingly, these took counsel to write to king Artaxerxes, that it was
not ... But, who were kings of Persia throughout this period of time, we shall ...
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The Old Testament Canon from Its Beginning to Its Close.
... is supposed to be favored by 2 Maccabees (chapter i.10-ii.18); but ... time from the
death of Moses till the reign of Artaxerxes, king of Persia, the prophets ...
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The Manner in which Josephus Mentions the Divine Books.
... to the death of Artaxerxes, who succeeded Xerxes as king of Persia, the prophets ...
4. From the time of Artaxerxes to our own day all the events ... Ezra 1.and II. ...
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The New Temple and Its Worship
... the commandment of Cyrus, and Darius, and Artaxerxes king of Persia.15. ... not discuss
the chronological difficulty arising from the mention of Artaxerxes here ... II. ...
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The Last Days of the Old Eastern World
... CHAPTER II"THE LAST DAYS OF THE OLD EASTERN WORLD. ... revolt of Megabyzos being at an
end, Artaxerxes was free to ... of the times: at Susa and in Persia proper, the ...
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Nave's Topical IndexEzra 7:1
Now after these things, in the reign of Artaxerxes king of Persia, Ezra the son of Seraiah, the son of Azariah, the son of Hilkiah,Nave's Topical Index
And it came to pass in the month Nisan, in the twentieth year of Artaxerxes the king, that wine was before him: and I took up the wine, and gave it to the king. Now I had not been beforetime sad in his presence.
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Moreover from the time that I was appointed to be their governor in the land of Judah, from the twentieth year even to the two and thirtieth year of Artaxerxes the king, that is, twelve years, I and my brothers have not eaten the bread of the governor.
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Medo-Persian Kingdom: Achmetha or Ecbatana a Chief City of
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Babylon Taken by the King of
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Celebrated for Wise Men
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Divided Into Many Provinces
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Extended from India to Ethiopia
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Illustrated by a Bear
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Illustrated by a Ram With Two Horns
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Illustrated by Silver Part of Image in Nebuchadnezzar's Dream
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of Called Kings of Assyria
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of Called Kings of Babylon
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of Dwelt in Royal Palaces
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of Entertained Magnificently
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of Held in Their Hand a Golden Sceptre
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of Put to Death all Who Approached Them Without Permission
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of Styled Themselves King of Kings
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of Were Exceeding Rich
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of, Mentioned in Scripture: Ahasuerus or Cambyses
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of, Mentioned in Scripture: Artaxerxes Longimanus or Ahasuerus
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of, Mentioned in Scripture: Artaxerxes Smerdis (An Usurper)
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of, Mentioned in Scripture: Cyrus
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of, Mentioned in Scripture: Darius Hystaspes
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of, Mentioned in Scripture: Xerxes
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Laws of, Unalterable
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Peculiar Customs In
Medo-Persian Kingdom: People of, Warlike
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Peopled by Descendants of Eliam
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Predictions Respecting: Conquest of Babylon
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Predictions Respecting: Deliverance of the Jews
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Predictions Respecting: Downfall by Alexander
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Predictions Respecting: Extensive Conquest
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Predictions Respecting: Invasion of Greece Under Xerxes
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Ruled By, Absolute Kings
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Shushan a Chief City of
Medo-Persian Kingdom: The Jews Delivered from Captivity by Means of
Persia: An Empire Which Extended from India to Ethiopia, Comprising One-Hundred and Twenty-Seven Provinces
Persia: Artaxerxes I
Persia: Artaxerxes Ii
Persia: Captivity Foretold
Persia: Government of, Restricted by Constitutional Limitations
Persia: Israel Captive In
Persia: Men of, in the Tyrian Army
Persia: Municipal Governments In, Provided With Dual Governors
Persia: Princes of
Persia: Prophecies Concerning
Persia: Rulers of Ahasuerus
Persia: Status of Women In; Queen Sat on the Throne With the King
Persia: System of Justice
Persia: The Princes Were Advisors in Matters of Administration
Persia: Vashti Was Divorced for Refusing to Appear Before the King's Courtiers
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