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IV. Dieletzte Empörung (705-701)

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This chapter presents an overview on the last rebel. The establishment of an Assyrian province subdues the emancipation efforts of the vassal. Sennacherib had to fight hard in the early years to enforce its rule against uprisings in the East and North of his empire. Sennacherib took the subjugation and was persuaded to leave the city state of Jerusalem. After the final defeat of the Philistines, Sennacherib covered the territory of the state of war and conquered Judah. The Davidians were temporarily confined to the city-state of Jerusalem. Egypt was the only significant antipode of the Neo-Assyrian empire: by its clash with Assyria the fate of all other ancient Near Eastern peoples and states had to depend on Egypt. The clash will therefore take place equally without participation of Yahweh. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Assyrian province; Davidians; Neo-Assyrian empire; Sennacherib; vassal; Yahweh

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