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Nebuchadnezzar II Biography Workbook
Workbook - Historical Figures > Figures with "N" Names > Nebuchadnezzar II (circa 634-562 BCE)
 
 
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King Nebuchadnezzar II of Ancient Babylon (645-561 BCE): Learn all about this famous and powerful Babylonian monarch, known to history through the Book of Daniel and ancient cuneiform inscriptions. This biography workbook is ten pages in length, and features numerous questions and activities placed throughout the informational text. Designed for high school World History students. Click here to print. The answer key is below. This item is part of our Biography Workbooks series.
 
 
 
 
Answer Key:
  1. Sardanapalus died and the Medes took Nineveh
  2. Babylon
  3. Nebuchadnezzar
  4. A - Egypt
  5. The highways of traffic connecting the Mediterranean with the farther East
  6. Judeans
  7. Josiah of Judah
  8. Daniel
  9. Nice climate and abundant food
  10. Egypt
  11. Answers will vary
  12. Answers will vary
  13. 43 years
  14. Hanging Gardens
  15. Bel
  16. Answers will vary, but should include the fact that the land is very barren except during the flood season, and irrigation was therefore necessary for agriculture
  17. Answers will vary, but should center around some sort of psychological ailment
  18. Answers will vary, but should center around the idea that the more evidence there is, the better (Explaining this to students, you might want to focus on a criminal trial, since most kids will have seen "Law and Order" or something like it. Each source is like a witness or piece of evidence in a trial. No one would be convicted based on one biased witness, and in the same way. historians cannot be safely certain of the truth of a piece of evidence unless it is duplicated elsewhere.)
  19. Many of the Hebrews rose to positions of power in Babylon
  20. Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego
  21. Answers will vary
 
 
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