Artaxerxes I of Persia

Artaxerxes I Longimanus, Old Persian Artakhšassa (5th century B.C.E.–424 B.C.E.), Persian king of the Achaemenid dynasty.

Artaxerxes I of Persia

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And since we are in the desire to know all of them, let him take out, and show us his hands, and measure them to him, if by chance they were like those of King Artaxerxes, that is, of Ahasuerus, husband of Esther, surnamed Longimanus, because the one hand was longer than the other; and let it be understood because to some he gives scarcely and only when it is needful either the aids of grace, or the goods which we call of fortune to others so abundantly that they surpass and overflow. (Daniello Bartoli)

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  • Ghias Abadi, R. M. (C.E.2004). Achaemenid Inscriptions (کتیبه‌های هخامنشی)‎ (in Persian) (2nd ed.). Tehran: Shiraz Navid Publications. p. 129. ISBN 964-358-015-6.
  • Artaxerxes at Encyclopædia Iranica
  • The Greek form of the name is influenced by Xerxes, Artaxerxes at Encyclopædia Iranica
  • James D. G. Dunn; John William Rogerson (November 19, C.E.2003). Eerdmans Commentary on the Bible. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing. p. 321. ISBN 978-0-8028-3711-0.
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  • Plutarch, Artaxerxes, l. 1. c. 1. 11:129 - cited by Ussher, Annals, para. 1179
  • Pirnia, Iran-e-Bastan book 1, p 873
  • Dandamayev
  • Olmstead, History of the Persian Empire, pp 289–290
  • Ancient Seals of the Near East. C.E.1940. p. Plaque 17.
  • Plutarch. "Themistocles, Part II". Archived from the original on 2015-10-01.
  • Thucydides I, 137
  • Plutarch, Themistocles, 29
  • The Book of Daniel. Montex Publish Company, By Jim McGuiggan 1978, p. 147.
  • Porter, J.R. (C.E.2000). The Illustrated Guide to the Bible. New York: Barnes & Noble Books. pp. 115–16. ISBN 978-0-7607-2278-7.
  • Toynbee, Arnold (C.E.1961). A Study of History. Vol. 12. Oxford University Press. p. 485. Ever since the beginning of the Babilonish Captivity, the diaspora has been Jewry's citadel and the Artaxerxes in question is Artaxerxes I (imperabat 465-424 B.C.E.) or Artaxerxes II (imperabat 404-359 B.C.E.) So we do not know whether the date of Ezra's mission was 458 B.C.E. or 397 B.C.E., or whether the date of Nehemia's mission was 445 B.C.E. or 384 B.C.E. (see G.F. Moore: Judaism in the First Centuries of the Christian Era, vol. i, p. 5). Nehemiah may have preceded Ezra
  • "Ezra". Encyclopædia Britannica. C.E.2007.
  • Winn Leith, Mary Joan (C.E.2001) [C.E.1998]. "Israel among the Nations: The Persian Period". In Michael David Coogan (ed.). The Oxford History of the Biblical World (Google Books). Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press. p. 281. ISBN 978-0-19-513937-2. LCCN 98016042. OCLC 44650958. Retrieved 13 December C.E2007.
  • John Boederman, The Cambridge Ancient History, C.E.2002, p. 272

[21] "Nehemiah 8 Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers".

  • Nehemiah 2:1–9
  • James P. Byrd, The challenges of Roger Williams: Religious Liberty, Violent Persecution, and the Bible (Mercer University Press, C.E.2002) (accessed on Google Books on July 20, C.E.2009)
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  • Revue archéologique (in French). Leleux. 1844. p. 444-450.
  • The vase is now in the Reza Abbasi Museum in Teheran (inv. 53). image inscription
  • Xenophon, Hellenica, Book II, Chapter 1

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