He thereupon returned to Nineveh and on the 8th of Sivan formally ascended the throne.
In the month Sivan there was mourning for the kings mother in Akkad.
He then returned to Nineveh, and on the 8th of Sivan, or May, formally ascended the throne.
He returned to Nineveh, and on the 8th of Sivan was crowned king.
He returned to Nineveh and on the 8th of Sivan (May) formally ascended the throne.
Sivan is "Maha-Kalan," the great incarnation of Time, and the mighty destroyer of all things.
On the 26th day of the month Sivan, in the seventh year, the day was turned into night, and fire in the midst of heaven.
But the storm abated, and, after a journey of one month, the ship sailed into the harbor of Accho (3rd Sivan—16th May).
Sivan, siv′an, n. the third month of the Jewish ecclesiastical year, answering to part of May and June.
a Persian word (Assyr, sivanu, "bricks"), used after the Captivity as the name of the third month of the Jewish year, extending from the new moon in June to the new moon in July (Esther 8:9).