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Nahor




Husband Nahor

           Born: Abt 2149 B.C.
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           Died: Abt 2001 B.C.
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         Father: Serug (Abt 2179 B.C.-Abt 1949 B.C.)
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1 M Terah of Ur

           Born: Abt 2120 B.C.
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           Died: Abt 1915 B.C. - Haran
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         Spouse: Tarah of Ur (      -      )
         Spouse: Wife of Terah (      -      )




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Nahshon




Husband Nahshon

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         Father: Amminadab (      -      )
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1 M Salmon

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         Spouse: Rahab (      -      )




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Living




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1 M Amos

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Narses I the Great , King of Armenia, Saint and Sandukht




Husband Narses I the Great , King of Armenia, Saint

           Born: Abt 335
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           Died: Abt 373
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         Father: Athenagenes (      -      )
         Mother: Bambisn (      -      )


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Wife Sandukht

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1 M Isaac I the Great , King of Armenia, Saint

           Born: Abt 351
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           Died: Abt 438
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Living




Husband Living (details have been suppressed)

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         Father: David , King of Judah & Israel (Abt 1040 B.C.-Abt 0970 B.C.)
         Mother: Bathsheba (      -      )


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1 M Living (details have been suppressed)

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Nathan "Crown Prince"




Husband Nathan "Crown Prince"

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         Father: Kahane I , 23 Exilarch (      -0413)
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1 M Huna IV , 24 Exilarch

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2 M Khanai/Khane

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Nathan I "Ukna" , 11th Exilarch




Husband Nathan I "Ukna" , 11th Exilarch

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         Father: Huna II , 8th Exilarch (      -0259)
         Mother: Miss Abba Arikha (      -      )


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1 M Nehemiah I , 14th Exilarch

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Neariah




Husband Neariah

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         Father: Shermaiah (      -      )
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1 M Azrikam

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2 M Elioenai

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3 M Hezekiah

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Ramses II , Pharaoh of Egypt and Nebt-tawya




Husband Ramses II , Pharaoh of Egypt 1

           Born: Abt 1302 B.C. - Thebes, Egypt
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           Died: 1213 B.C. - Thebes, Egypt
         Buried:  - Valley of the Kings, Luxor, Egypt


         Father: Seti I , Pharoah of Egypt (Abt 1323 B.C.-Abt 1279 B.C.)
         Mother: Tuya of Egypt (      -      )


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   Other Spouse: Maetnefrure , Princess of Khatti (      -      )

   Other Spouse: Nefertari (      -      )

   Other Spouse: Istnofret of Egypt (      -      )

   Other Spouse: Nofretari of Egypt (      -      )




Wife Nebt-tawya

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General Notes: Husband - Ramses II , Pharaoh of Egypt

He reigned 1279-1212 BC, ancient Egyptian king, third ruler of the 19th
Dynasty. During the early part of his reign Ramses fought to regain the
territory in Africa and western Asia that Egypt had held during the 16th
and 15th centuries bc. His principal opponents were the Hittites, a
powerful people of Asia Minor, against whom he waged a long war. The major
battle of this war was fought in 1274 at Kadesh, in northern Syria, and
was hailed by Ramses as a great triumph. Neither power achieved a
conclusive victory, however, and in 1258 bc a treaty was signed whereby
the contested lands were divided and Ramses agreed to marry the daughter
of the Hittite king. The remaining years of his rule were distinguished by
the construction of such monuments as the rock-hewn temple of Abu Simbel,
the great hypostyle hall in the Temple of Amon at al-Karnak, and the
mortuary temple at Thebes, known as the Ramesseum.
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Nebuchadrezzar II King of Babylon and Nitokris




Husband Nebuchadrezzar II King of Babylon 1

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           Died: 562 B.C.
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         Father: Nabopolassar , King of Babylon (      -      ) 1
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   Other Spouse: Amyitis (      -      ) 1




Wife Nitokris

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         Father: Necho II (Wehemibre) (Abt 0660 B.C.-Abt 0595 B.C.)
         Mother: Chedebnitjerbone , Queen of Egypt (      -      )





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General Notes: Husband - Nebuchadrezzar II King of Babylon

He reigned 605-562 bc, greatest king of the neo-Babylonian, or Chaldean,
dynasty, who conquered much of southwestern Asia; known also for his
extensive building in the major cities of Babylonia.

Nebuchadnezzar commanded a Babylonian army late in his father's reign and
in 605 bc triumphed over Egyptian forces at the decisive Battle of
Carchemish in Syria, which made Babylonia the primary military power in
the Middle East. After his father's death, Nebuchadnezzar returned to
Babylon and ascended the throne on September 7, 605 bc. During the next
eight years he campaigned extensively in the west against Syria,
Palestine, and Egypt and against the Arabs. On March 16, 597 bc, he
captured Jerusalem and took Jehoiakim, king of Judah, and many of his
people captive to Babylonia. He was subsequently troubled by major revolts
in Babylonia (594 bc) and in Judah (588-587 bc), which were vigorously
punished; many more Jews were exiled to Babylonia. Nebuchadnezzar also
conducted a 13-year siege of the Phoenician city of Tyre and launched an
invasion of Egypt in 568 bc. During the latter part of his reign, as the
empire of the Medes increased in power to the north and east,
Nebuchadnezzar built a wall, known as the Median Wall, in northern
Babylonia to keep out the potential invader.

Nebuchadnezzar's conquests brought in much booty and tribute, creating an
age of prosperity for Babylonia. He undertook an ambitious construction
program, rebuilding the temples in the major cult cities and refurbishing
his capital at Babylon with a splendid ziggurat (pyramid temple) as well
as other shrines, palaces, fortification walls, and processional ways.
Later legend credited him with building one of the Seven Wonders of the
Ancient World, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, for his Median wife
Amyitis. Nebuchadnezzar died in early October 562 bc and was succeeded by
his son Amel-Marduk (reigned 562-560 bc; the biblical Evil-Merodach).

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Sources


1 Microsoft Encarta 1994 ed.


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