Sennacherib

NOUN
  1. king of Assyria who invaded Judea twice and defeated Babylon and rebuilt Nineveh after it had been destroyed by Babylonians (died in 681 BC)
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How To Use Sennacherib In A Sentence

  • His name occurs sometimes, though not so frequently as some others, in the appellations of important personages, as _e, g. _ in that of Sennacherib, which is explained to mean "Sin multiplies brethren. The Seven Great Monarchies Of The Ancient Eastern World, Vol 2. (of 7): Assyria The History, Geography, And Antiquities Of Chaldaea, Assyria, Babylon, Media, Persia, Parthia, And Sassanian or New Persian Empire; With Maps and Illustrations.
  • He was particularly noted for his diligence in attempting to provide proper burials for fallen Israelites who had been slain by Sennacherib. 1-line descriptions of the 73 books of the Bible (extracted from Wikipedia)
  • One Assyriologist writes, ‘Sennacherib stands out among Assyrian kings as a man of exceptional enterprise and open-mindedness'.
  • Sennacherib's officers spoke against the LORD God against his servant Hezekiah.
  • He seems to speak with vexation at the hook in his nose and the bridle in his jaws, such as Sennacherib was tied up with, Isa. xxxvii. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume I (Genesis to Deuteronomy)
  • Sennacherib's officers spoke against the LORD God and against his servant Hezekiah.
  • On clay cylindrical seals found in Sennacherib's palace at Koyunjik, the name of Sabacho is deciphered; the two seals are thought, from the inscriptions, to have been attached to the treaty of peace between Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • After God had accomplished the miraculous deliverance by sending His death angel over the besiegers ' camp, only a few survivors, including Sennacherib, returned to their homes in shame (37:29).
  • One is Isa.x. 22, 23, which speaks of the saving of a remnant, that is, but a remnant, which, though in the prophecy it seems to refer to the preservation of a remnant from the destruction and desolation that were coming upon them by Sennacherib and his army, yet is to be understood as looking further, and sufficiently proves that it is no strange thing for God to abandon to ruin a great many of the seed of Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation)
  • The prophetic message consisted of three different portions: -- First, Sennacherib is apostrophized (2Ki 19: 21-28) in a highly poetical strain, admirably descriptive of the turgid vanity, haughty pretensions, and presumptuous impiety of the Assyrian despot. Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
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