Biblical Archaeology Review 39:1, January/February 2013

Strata: In History

January 27, 589 B.C. The Babylonian monarch Nebuchadnezzar II lay siege to Jerusalem. After two-and-a-half years, he was successful. The Temple was destroyed and a substantial part of the Jewish community was exiled to Babylonia.

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