70 Years of Babylonian Captivity - Bible Timeline

70 Years of Babylonian Captivity - Bible Timeline

2 Nephi 6 - map of the Babylonian Captivity

What the West Owes the East (Part 1)

Babylonian captivity - Wikipedia

Babylonian captivity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This tablet is especially important because it records Nebuchadnezzar’s first capture of Jerusalem in 597 BC and the deportation to Babylon of the king of Judah.

Cuneiform tablet with part of the Babylonian Chronicle proving that Nebuchadnezzar captured Jerusalem, seized Jehoiachin, and chose Zedekiah as the appointed King. compare with 2 Ki 2 Ch

The Cyrus Cylinder is an ancient clay cylinder on which is written a declaration in Akkadian cuneiform script in the name of Cyrus the Great.  About 539–530 BC: discovered in the ruins of Babylon in Mesopotamia (modern Iraq) in 1879.  It declares Cyrus’ policy of the repatriation of the Jewish people following their Babylonian captivity, as the text refers to the restoration of cult sanctuaries and repatriation of deported peoples.

The Cyrus Cylinder - laws put into place by Achaemenid king Cyrus the Great after the conquest of Babylon. First recorded human rights, that are also included in the UN, human rights.

make a paper chain to remember the Babylonian captivity

I was introduced to this idea from Martha Ladyman. She is a great source for all kinds of simple, effective Bible class activities.

Nuremberg chronicles f 63v 1 - Babylonian captivity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nuremberg chronicles f 1 - Babylonian captivity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2 Chronicles 36:23 + Ezra 1 report that Cyrus the Great of Persia, after conquering Babylon, permitted Jews in the Babylonian Captivity to return to their homeland. Isaiah had prophesied this (Isa. 44:28). This tolerant policy of the founder of the Persian Empire is borne out by the discovery of a nine-inch clay cylinder found at Babylon 539 BC, which reports Cyrus’s victory and his subsequent policy of permitting Babylonian captives to return to their homes and even rebuild their temples.

2 Chronicles 36:23 + Ezra 1 report that Cyrus the Great of Persia, after conquering Babylon, permitted Jews in the Babylonian Captivity to return to their homeland. Isaiah had prophesied this (Isa. 44:28). This tolerant policy of the founder of the Persian Empire is borne out by the discovery of a nine-inch clay cylinder found at Babylon 539 BC, which reports Cyrus’s victory and his subsequent policy of permitting Babylonian captives to return to their homes and even rebuild their temples.

2 Kings 25. Zedekiah. God finally says "there is no remedy" and Judah is carried away into Babylonian Captivity under King Zedekiah's watch. A very sad story about the consequence of years and years of God's people being unfaithful to Him. Easy, inexpensive, and unique children's Bible lessons. Take a look and share!

God finally says "there is no remedy" and Judah is carried away into Babylonian Captivity under King Zedekiah's watch MoH Mystery of History Volume I Lesson 57

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