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  • proper n. The first king of the Neo-Babylonian Empire, who lived c.658 - 605 BCE.

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  • Nabopolassar (Nabu-apal-usur, 626–605), the Chaldean king of the Sealand, rebelled from the Assyrians and in 626 took the archaic title king of Akkad.

    626-539

  • Nabopolassar then marched west and defeated the remnants of the Assyrians at Harran.

    626-539

  • Cyaxares and Nabopolassar divided the Assyrian Empire between them.

    d. The Medes and the Persians

  • Cyaxares then allied himself to Nabopolassar of Babylon and, in 612 the Medians and Babylonians destroyed the Assyrian capital Nineveh (See 626–609).

    d. The Medes and the Persians

  • The Nabopolassar had seen it in him on the banks of the river Euphrates, and not even the gods could delude a Chaldaean seer.

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  • But — the only news which cheers me — he executed Orobazus and the Nabopolassar for making more of a Roman than their king.

    The Grass Crown

  • Today I begin to understand the Nabopolassar from Chaldaea — I am the greatest man in the world, from Oceanus Atlanticus all the way to the River Indus!

    The Grass Crown

  • Now I know the work of this Nabopolassar, whose brother is seer to the King of Kings himself.

    The Grass Crown

  • Orobazus told the Chaldaean seer, the Nabopolassar, to scan the palm and face of the Roman.

    The Grass Crown

  • Like the prediction of the Nabopolassar, he told no one, even his son, about the bags of gold.

    The Grass Crown

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