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Origin of the name NABU-ZIR-NAPIS-TI-ESIR.
Etymology of the name NABU-ZIR-NAPIS-TI-ESIR.
Meaning of the baby name NABU-ZIR-NAPIS-TI-ESIR.


NABU-ZIR-NAPIS-TI-ESIR.  A son of Merodach-Baladan, king of Babylon.  On the death of Sennacherib he proclaimed himself king, and went to attack the city of Ur, which was held by a prince named Ningal-idina.  Him he defeated, and added his principality to his own.  As soon, however, as Esarhaddon ascended the throne of Assyria, he sent an army under some trusted generals against Babylon, and Nabu-zir-napis-ti-esir, with his brother Nahid-maruduk, fled for shelter to the king of Edom, Ummanaldas, who not only refused him an asylum, but put him to death.  Nahid-maruduk escaped, and was pardoned by Esarhaddon. (An Archaic Dictionary, Cooper, 1876).


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