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  1. Lachish Letters
    • (Jeremiah
    • 34:6, 7)
    • Jeremiah the prophet then spoke all these words to King Zed·e·ki′ah of Judah in
    • Jerusalem, 7 when the armies of the king of Babylon were
    • fighting against Jerusalem and against all the cities of Judah that were left,
    • against La′chish and against A·ze′kah; for they were the only fortified cities
    • that remained of the cities of Judah.
  2. Samarian Ivories
    •  (1 Kings 22:39) As for the rest of
    • the history of A′hab, all that he did and the house of ivory that he built and
    • all the cities that he built, is it not written in the book of the history of
    • the times of the kings of Israel?
  3. Augustus Caesar
    •  (Daniel 11:20) “And there will
    • stand up in his position one who causes an exactor to pass through the splendid
    • kingdom, but in a few days he will be broken, though not in anger nor in
    • warfare.
  4. Tiberius Caesar
    •  (John 19:15) However, they shouted: “Take him away! Take him away! To the stake with him!” Pilate said to them: “Shall I
    • execute your king?” The chief priests answered: “We have no king but Caesar.”
  5. General Titus
    (Luke 21:5, 6) Later, when some were speaking about the temple, how it was adorned with fine stones and dedicated things, 6 he said: “As for these things that you now see, the days will come when not a stone will be left upon a stone and not be thrown down.”
  6. Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III
    • (2 Kings 10:31, 32) But Je′hu did not take care to walk in the Law of Jehovah the God of Israel with all his heart. He did not turn away from the sins that Jer•o•bo′am had caused Israel to commit. 32 In those days Jehovah started to cut off Israel piece by piece. Haz′a•el kept attacking them throughout the territory of Israel,
    • (Luke 21:5, 6) Later, when some were speaking about the temple, how it was adorned with fine stones and dedicated things, 6 he said: “As for these things that you now see, the days will come when not a stone will be left upon a stone and not be thrown down.”
  7. Siege of Lachish
    (2 Kings 18:13, 14) In the 14th year of King Hez•e•ki′ah, Sen•nach′er•ib the king of As•syr′i•a came up against all the fortified cities of Judah and captured them. 14 So King Hez•e•ki′ah of Judah sent word to the king of As•syr′i•a at La′chish: “I am at fault. Withdraw from against me, and I will give whatever you may impose on me.” The king of As•syr′i•a imposed on King Hez•e•ki′ah of Judah a fine of 300 silver talents and 30 gold talents.
  8. Hezekiah's Tribute
    (2 Kings 18:14) So King Hez•e•ki′ah of Judah sent word to the king of As•syr′i•a at La′chish: “I am at fault. Withdraw from against me, and I will give whatever you may impose on me.” The king of As•syr′i•a imposed on King Hez•e•ki′ah of Judah a fine of 300 silver talents and 30 gold talents.
  9. Sargon's Winged Bulls
    • (Isaiah 20:1) In the year that King Sar′gon of As•syr′i•a sent the Tar′tan to Ash′dod, he fought against Ash′dod and captured it.
    •  (Isaiah 20:1) In the year that King Sar′gon of As·syr′i·a sent the Tar′tan to Ash′dod, he fought against Ash′dod and captured it.

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