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" Sennacherib, the mighty king, king of the country of Assyria, sitting on the throne of judgment, before the city of "
The Ninevah court in the Crystal Palace - Page 31
by Sir Austen Henry Layard - 1854 - 80 pages
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Magazine for the young

1853
...we likewise know, for, above the figure of the king, who commands in person, it is declared, that " Sennacherib, the mighty king, king of the country...sitting on the throne of judgment before the city of Lachish, gives permission for its slaughter." That it was slaughtered we have good reason to believe,...
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The Countess of Huntingdon's new magazine [afterw.] The Harbinger

Countess of Huntingdon's connexion - 1850 - 17 pages
...Lachish spoken of in 2 Kings xviii. 14 ; xix. 8,and above the head of the king is an epigraph : "Sennacherib the mighty king, king of the country...sitting on the throne of judgment before the city of Lachish. ' I give permission for its slaughter.'" The city is defended with double walls, having towers...
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Discoveries Among the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon: With Travels in Armenia ...

Sir Austen Henry Layard - Archaeological expeditions - 1853 - 586 pages
...king was the following inscription, Т I ^ -V <MW S E Hf< -* which may be translated, " Sennacherib, the mighty king, king of the country...Assyria, sitting on the throne of judgment, before (or at the entrance of) the city of Lachish (Lakhisha). I give permission for its slaughter." Here,...
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Discoveries among the ruins of Nineveh and Babylon

Sir Austin Henry Layard - 1853 - 586 pages
...^T I ^ -V T- It ~m= T- T ~E *E -e ~ < T w< <MW s E ~r< which may be translated, " Sennacherib, the mighty king, king of the country...Assyria, sitting on the throne of judgment, before (or at the entrance of) the city of Lachish (Lakhisha). I give permission for iti slaughter." Here,...
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Discoveries in the ruins of Nineveh and Babylon

Austen Henry Layard (sir.) - 1853
...^TT I ^ "-V y- -ET SET -^TT -Ef <fi ^H ET ??< <ITKT JT ^Tr H< -IU which may be translated, " Sennacherib, the mighty king, king of the country...Assyria, sitting on the throne of judgment, before (or at the entrance of) the city of Lachish (Lakhisha). I give permission for its slaughter." Here,...
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Discoveries in the ruins of Nineveh and Babylon: with travels in ..., Part 1

Sir Austen Henry Layard - Babylon (Extinct city) - 1853 - 686 pages
...inscription, T- I tf= T- T tET - -ET <0 ^TT <MT<T J tJ ~T< -t which may be translated, " Sennacherib, the mighty king, king of the country...Assyria, sitting on the throne of judgment, before (or at the entrance of) the city of Lachish (Lakhisha). I give permission for its slaughter." Here,...
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Discoveries in the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon: With Travels in Armenia ...

Sir Austen Henry Layard - Scientific expeditions - 1853 - 686 pages
...king was the following inscription, T y~ -c -E < T H< <MT<T jr ^ ~T< -TTt which may be translated, " Sennacherib, the mighty king, king of the country...Assyria, sitting on the throne of judgment, before (or at the entrance of) the city of Lachish (Lakhisha). I give permission for its slaughter." Here,...
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An Olla Podrida: Or, Scraps, Numismatic, Antiquarian, and Literary, Volume 2

Richard Sainthill - Archaeology - 1853
...the following epigraph inscribed over the king, translated by the Rev. Dr. E. Hincks, informs us:" Sennacherib the mighty King, King of the country of...Assyria, sitting on the throne of judgment before (or at the entrance of) the city of Lachish (Lachissah)I give permission for its slaughter." Here...
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Putnam's Monthly, Volume 1

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1853
...throne, while the vanquished chief, crouched and knelt before him. Over his head was this inscription : " Sennacherib, the mighty king, king of the country...Assyria, sitting on the throne of judgment, before (or at the entrance of) the city of Lachish. I give permission for its slaughter." "Here, therefore...
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The English Review, Volume 19

Literary Criticism - 1853
...Khorsabad. " Above the head of the king was the following inscription .... which may be translated, ' Sennacherib, the mighty king, king of the country...Assyria, sitting on the throne of judgment, before (oral the entrance of) the city of Lachish (Lakhisha). I give permission for its slaughter.'"pp....
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