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Myths and Legends of Babylonia and Assyria

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obelisk of Shalmaneser and, 343
JEN'SEN. View of, re Hamon, 142, 143;
explanation of, re Ninib, 216
JERUSALEM. Reference to deliverance of, from Sennacherib, 30;
King Nebuchadrezzar wars against, 37;
Isaiah describes, 191
JEW-S. Nebuchadrezzar leads into captivity, 37;
feast of Purim and, 140;
Mordecai name of a real, 143
JEWISH. Religion;
Babylonian influence on, 319-329
JO'NAH. Story of, and supposed allusion to Babylonian cosmology, 86;
Tiawath and the 'fish' of, 87
JOP'PA. Place, 86
JUDAISM. Initiated by the Semitic race, 313
JU'PIT-ER. The planet;
represented Merodach, 202, 235;
controlled stars under name Nibir, 235;
the 'Planet of the Bull of Light,' 290


K

KAA'BA (Temple). The celebrated, at Mecca, 52
KAN'DIS. A Kassite dynasty founded by, 21
Kas'sa-pu or Kas'sap-tu. Names by which the wizard and the witch were known, 261
KASS'ITE. Dynasty;
founded by Kandis, 21;
King of Babylonia marries daughter of Assur-yuballidh of Assyria, 22;
dynasty, reference to, 248;
rulers and temple at Nippur, 248;
votive objects found by Dr Peters, 358, 359, 364, 365
KHAM-MUR-A'BI THE GREAT.
Most famous name in Babylonian history, 20;
art and literature blossomed under care of, 20;
is to be regarded as the Babylonian Alfred, 21;
pantheon that held sway prior to, 94;
worship of Merodach and, 184;
Nebo, Tashmit, and, 186;
Shamash and, 187;
goddess Innana or Ninni and, 187;
age of, fertile in writers, 192;
Hymn of—Ramman and Shamash appealed to in, 219;
builder of sanctuaries, 247;
city of, discovered, 376
KHARSAG-KURKURA. 'Mountain of the World,' 362
KHI-KHI. Mountain of, 108
KHOR'SA-BAD. City;
residence of Asshur, 207;
M. Botta and mounds of, 339;
Victor Place's work at, 340
KHUM'BA-BA. Monster, overcome by Gilgamesh and Eabani, 158, 160, 166, 167
KHUR'SAG KUR'KUR-A. The birthplace of the gods, 242
KID'MU-RU. Ishtar's shrine in, 212
KING, PROFESSOR, 371, 376
KING-S. Of Babylonia and Assyria—Sargon of Akkad, 16-21, 47, 210, 211, 340, 350, 352;
'of the Four Zones'—Naram-Sin, 17;
of Ur—Dungi, 19;
of Lagash—Gudea, 19;
of Babylonia—Khammurabi the Great, 20, 21, 109;
of Babylonia (Kassite dynasty)—Kandis, 21;
of Egypt—Amen-hetep IV, 22;
of Babylonia—Burna-buryas, 22;
of Assyria—Shalmaneser I, 22, 351;
of Assyria—Tukulti-in-Aristi, 22;
of Babylon—Bitilyasu, 22;
of Babylon—Hadad-nadin-akhi, 23;
of Assyria—Bel-kudur-uzur, 23;
of Assyria—Tiglath-pileser I, 23, 346;
of Assyria—Assur-nazir-pal III, 23, 214-216, 223, 343, 351;
of Assyria—Shalmaneser II, 24, 343, 351;
of Israel—Ahab, 24;
of Assyria—Samsi-Rammon, 24;
of Assyria—Ninus, 25;
of Armenia—Barsanes, 25;
of India—Strabrobates, 26;
'of the World, etc., etc.'—Semiramis, 29;
of Assyria—Tiglath-pileser III, 29;
of Assyria—Shalmaneser IV, 30;
of Judah—Hezekiah, 30, 37;
of Assyria—Sennacherib, 30;
of Assyria—Esar-haddon, 31, 306, 307, 343, 350;
of Assyria—Assur-bani-pal (Sardanapalus), 31, 32, 301-306, 346;
of Assyria—Ashurbanapal, 33;
of Assyria—Sin-sar-iskin, 36;
of Ecbatana—Cyaxares, 36;
of Babylonia—Nebuchadrezzar II, 36-40, 47, 104;
of Babylonia—Nabonidus, 40, 249;
Cyrus the Persian, 41;
of Babylon—Cambyses, 41;
Alexander the Great, 42;
of Chaldea—Nimrod, 52;
Rammannirari I, 90;
of Persia—Cyrus, 98;
Daon, the shepherd, of Pantibiblon, 112;
of Persia—Xerxes, 141;
of Babylonia—Sokkaros, 157;
of Babylonia—Mili-Shikhu, 187;
the Moabite—Mesha, 190;
of Ashdod—Azuri, 210, 211;
of Babylonia, and soothsayers, 260;
tales of Babylonian and Assyrian, 299-312;
Nabu-Usabi, King of Sarrapanu, 300;
Gyges, King of Lydia, 302;
Tiglath-pileser II, 299-301;
of Assyria—Assur-Dan III, 308;
of Assyria—Adad-Narari IV, 308;
a royal 'day,' 309-312;
of Assyria—Ur-Gur, 359, 366;
of Assyria—Ur-Ninib, 366
KIN'GU. God;
'only husband' of Tiawath, 75;
bound by Merodach, 78;
son of Tiawath, 194
KIS. The Babylonian sun-god, 93, 294
KI'SAR. God; birth of, 71
KOLDEWEY, DR. German explorer, 356, 367;
great gate of Ishtar discovered by, 372;
temple of E-Sagila and, 374, 375
Kosmologie. Jensen's,

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