- died 733? b.c., king of Babylon 747?–733?.
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Examples from the Web for nabonassar
We must assume, from the canon of Ptolemy, that it was Nabonassar who bowed himself before the weight of the arms of Assyria.The History of Antiquity, Vol. III (of VI)
There is no reason to think that the observation of eclipses by the Babylonians commenced with Nabonassar.
No war seems to have been waged between Tiglath-Pileser and Nabonassar.
Nabonassar had died and was succeeded by his son Nabu-nadin-zeri, who, after reigning for two years, was slain in a rebellion.Myths of Babylonia and Assyria
Donald A. Mackenzie
This was done in the year of Nabonassar 578, and is thus described by Daniel.