Legumes, lemons and streptomycin: A short history of the clinical trial
- 589 BCE. // History of Science & Technology;2004, p56
The article cites the beginning of the Babylonian Captivity of the Israelites in 589 BCE when Nebuchadnezzar II of Babylon conquers Jerusalem and removes the inhabitants to Babylon.
- 560 BCE. // History of Science & Technology;2004, p57
The article cites the creation of a high dam by Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon in 560 BCE, joining the Tigris to the Euphrates and creating a giant lake behind it.
- Fact or Fiction? Pipe, Jim // Werewolves;2007, p30
A section of the book "Werewolves," which discusses whether werewolves are real or not is presented. Most people agree that werewolves are not real but people in the past believed that they were. This is because people during the early times may have acted or looked like werewolves because of...
- WORLD HISTORY IN A NUTSHELL. Charlebois, Jeff // Ability;Aug/Sep2014, p10
The article informs about the history of Egyptians along with constructing of giant pyramids. Topics discussed include the capturing of Jerusalem along with destroying of temple and exiling of Jews to Babylon, by the Babylonian Nebuchadnezzar's army, flourishing of Byzantium Empire, and...
- The Great Restorer. Damon, Duanne // Calliope;Oct2006, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p24
The article presents information on Nebuchadnezzar II, the first Chaldean monarch of Babylon who rebuilt and restored Babylon.
- The Trail of 'Babylon's' Lost Hanging Gardens Gets Warmer. // Atlantis Rising Magazine;Mar/Apr2014, Issue 104, p12
The article reports that Oxford University professor Stephanie Dalley has proposed a hypothesis that the Hanging Gardens might have been built not in Babylon on the orders of King Nebuchadnezzar, but in Ninevah by King Sennacherib of the Assyrian Empire.
- The God problem. Camille, Alice // U.S. Catholic;Aug2015, Vol. 80 Issue 7, p44
The article offers a Biblical explanation on the cause of mental illness. It discusses the correlation between personal identity and social roles, the principle of mental imbalance that was embraced by ancients, the notion that mental illness is a religious problem as viewed by society of the...
- DID NEBUCHADNEZZAR CONQUER EGYPT? Udd, Kris J. // Near East Archaeological Society Bulletin;2015, Vol. 50, p18
The article examines whether the conquest of Egypt by the Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar transpired as prophesied in the Old Testament.
- Nebuchadnezzar, King of Assyria. Rewriting Ancient Mesopotamian History in Fiction. Sapienza, Davide Nadali // Res Antiquitatis: Journal of Ancient History;2013, Vol. 4, p11
The history of the ancient Orient has been widely used as source for inspiration of theatre and opera, focusing on figures as Semiramis and Nebuchadnezzar: but how was the ancient Near East perceived and represented before the actual archaeological discoveries? Bible and classical sources have...