Sennacherib: An Archaeological Biography — Bible Archaeology Report

In our next bioarchaeography, we’ll be exploring the life of Sennacherib, King of Assyria, using archaeological remains. Sennacherib is mentioned by name 16 times in Scripture, more than any other Assyrian ruler. From a biblical perspective, he is most famous for his invasion of Judah in 701 BC and his siege against King Hezekiah and […]

via Sennacherib: An Archaeological Biography — Bible Archaeology Report

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