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    07-10-2019
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Assyriology revised, Sargon II the forger of history

    With the article published on 16.09.2019 we discussed the revision of the reign of the Assyrian king Shalmaneser V in light of the Bible and Flavius Josephus. The Assyrian king Shalmaneser V was brought in chronological line with the contemporary kings of Judah and Israel of the time. Assyriology has a fundamentalist approach in the way they present their Assyrian kings-list and its fixing on the timeline of history. Their bearing point is the reported Sun eclipse during the eponym of Bur-Sagale over Nineveh in 763 BC. This may be correct, their teaching however that no names in the kings list nor the Eponym lists are missing or were ever deleted is impossible to accept. Other historical sources like the Bible and the historian Flavius Josephus learn different. I will show that certain Assyrian kings-names definitely were deleted from the kings list and that on several occasions in their history the Assyrian kings had co-regencies and consequently it is the Assyrian kings list and its modern chronology that needs adjusting.

    This week we continue with the successor of Shalmaneser V: the usurper Sargon II. Traditionally Sargon II is given a period of sole reign from 723/722 till 705/704 BC based on the interpretation of the Eponym-list. As was the case with Shalmaneser V using solely the Eponym-lists to determine the years of reign and the anchor-points on the time-line leads into error. It should be the Bible and the historian Flavius Josephus for use of anchor points on the timeline of history. Sargon II is mentioned by name in the Bible:

    Isaiah 20:1 In the year that Tartan came unto Ashdod, (when Sargon the king of Assyria sent him,) and fought against Ashdod, and took it; 2 At the same time spake the Lord by Isaiah the son of Amoz, saying, Go and loose the sackcloth from off thy loins, and put off thy shoe from thy foot. And he did so, walking naked and barefoot. 3 And the Lord said, Like as my servant Isaiah hath walked naked and barefoot three years for a sign and wonder upon Egypt and upon Ethiopia; 4 So shall the king of Assyria lead away the Egyptians prisoners, and the Ethiopians captives, young and old, naked and barefoot, even with their buttocks uncovered, to the shame of Egypt. 5 And they shall be afraid and ashamed of Ethiopia their expectation, and of Egypt their glory. 6 And the inhabitant of this isle shall say in that day, Behold, such is our expectation, whither we flee for help to be delivered from the king of Assyria: and how shall we escape?

     

     

    © Robert De Telder, Dertig Jubeljaren, 2018, page 265

     

    The prophet Isaiah places Sargon II on the time line in the year 719 BC at the time the Assyrians besieged Ashdod after the prophet had walked barefoot in the land for a period of three years as a sign.

    The other historical Books of the Bible do not mention Sargon II by name but instead refer during the époque we are studying now to the kings of Assyria, kings in plural. We will show that also Sargon II shared the crown with others, firstly with Shalmaneser V and secondly with Sennacherib his successor. Sargon II during his co-regency with Salmaneser V was subservient to him. Using the prophecy of Isaiah as a bearing point on the time line we can state that Sargon II was a co-regent of Shalmaneser V at that time. That observation however does not show itself in the preserved annals of Sargon II. The fall of Samaria in 717 BC for instance is claimed by Sargon II there where the Bible says it was Salmaneser V.

    Annals of Sargon: “7. I besieged and occupied the town of Samaria, and took 27,280 of its inhabitants captive. I took from them 50 chariots, but left them the rest of their belongings. I placed my Lieutenants over them; I renewed the obligation imposed upon them by one of the Kings who preceded me.”

    (Excerpted from "Great Inscription in the Palace of Khorsabad," Julius Oppert, tr., in Records of the Past, vol. 9 (London: Samuel Bagster and Sons, 1877), pp. 3-20)

     

     

    © Robert De Telder, Dertig Jubeljaren, 2018, page 266

     

    The Bible states in contradiction that it was Shalmaneser who besieged and took Samaria. The Bible unmasks Sargon II in fact as a forger of history.

    2 Kings 18:9 And it came to pass in the fourth year of king Hezekiah, which was the seventh year of Hoshea son of Elah king of Israel, that Shalmaneser king of Assyria came up against Samaria, and besieged it. 10 And at the end of three years they took it: even in the sixth year of Hezekiah, that is the ninth year of Hoshea king of Israel, Samaria was taken. 11 And the king of Assyria did carry away Israel unto Assyria, and put them in Halah and in Habor by the river of Gozan, and in the cities of the Medes: 12 Because they obeyed not the voice of the LORD their God, but transgressed his covenant, and all that Moses the servant of the LORD commanded, and would not hear them, nor do them. (KJV)

     

    Since we have Sargon II mentioned as king over Assyria in the Bible in the year 719 BC when Ashdod was besieged, he is as such proven to have been a co-regent or with Shalmaneser V at the fall of Samaria in 717 BC. In fact we can reconstruct from the Bible what really happened between the years 720 till 717 BC.

     

     

    The two Assyrian armies one lead by Sargon II and the other lead by Salmaneser V descended south together till Megiddo where they split with the army of Sargon II moving towards Ashdod and the army of Salmaneser V marching on Samaria where a three year long siege was started. The eponym list does not refer to the siege of Samaria at all and in fact has a gap shown with several years missing.

    The siege and fall of Samaria is based on Biblical chronology firmly fixed in the years 720/717 BC. While Shalmaneser V was besieging Samaria the Eponym-list mentions the following brief activities of Sargon II:

    [719/718] During the eponomy of Sargon [II], the king of Assyria entered [.?.].

    [718/717] During the eponomy of Zeru-ibni, the governor of Rasappa, campaign against Tabal.

    [717/716] During the eponomy of Tab-¹ar-A¹¹ur, the chamberlain, Dur-©arruken [the new capital of Assyria] was founded.

     

    The eponym of Sargon II has the king of Assyria entered (?) between brackets. We can however fill in from his preserved annals that he campaigned in Elam that year: “6. This is what I did from the beginning of my reign to my fifteenth year of reign : I defeated KHUMBANIGAS, King of Elam, in the plains of Kalu.”

    While his tartan or field Marshall was at Ashdod with an army Sargon II was campaigning in the east.

    The annals we refer to are the ones that decorated the walls of his palace. On it Sargon II seems to have been omnipotent. Also the siege and victory over Samaria is found in this section on the wall:

    “7. I besieged and occupied the town of Samaria, and took 27,280 of its inhabitants captive. I took from them 50 chariots, but left them the rest of their belongings. I placed my Lieutenants over them; I renewed the obligation imposed upon them by one of the Kings who preceded me.

    8. HANUN, King of Gaza, arid SEBECH, Sultan of Egypt, allied themselves at Rapih to oppose me, and fight against me; they came before me, I put them to flight. SEBECH yielded before my cohorts, he fled, and no one has ever seen any trace of him since. I took with my own hand HANUN, King of Gaza.

    9. I imposed a tribute on PHARAOH, King of Egypt, SAMSIE, Queen of Arabia, IT-AMAR, the Sabean, of gold, sweet smelling herbs of the land, horses, and camels.”

     

    We noticed earlier in our reconstruction that in fact the army of Sargon II moved against Ashdod and marched on towards the Egyptian border while the army of Shalmaneser V laid siege to Samaria. At Raphia on the Egyptian border the army of Egypt under the leadership of a certain ‘Sebech’ was defeated by the Assyrians. This ‘Sebech’ must be a Assyrian variant of the Biblical pharaoh ‘So’ in whom the last king of Israel Hoshea had put his trust. The defeat of the Egyptian army under ‘So’ by the Assyrian army of Sargon II at the border sealed the fate of Samaria under siege by the army of Shalmaneser V. The prophecy of Isaiah Chapter 20:4 regarding Egypt was herewith fulfilled.

     

    The following year 718/717 BC according to the Eponym list has Sargon II campaigning against Tabal. This place is situated in the northwest of Assyria. This campaign is also preserved in detail on his palace walls:

    “11. Amris of Tabal, had been placed upon the throne of KHULLI his father; I gave to him a daughter and I gave him Cilicia which had never submitted to his ancestors. But he did not keep the treaty and sent his ambassador to URZAHA, king of Armenia, and to MITA, King of the Moschians, who had seized my provinces. I transported Amris to Assyria, with his belongings, the members of his ancestors' families, and the magnates of the country, as well as 100 chariots; I established some Assyrians, devoted to my government, in their places. I appointed my Lieutenant Governor over them, and commanded tributes to be levied upon them.”

     

    The following year 717/716 BC while Shalmaneser ‘s army finished the siege of Samaria by capturing it Sargon II started building his new capital: Dur-©arruken a place situated near modern Khorsabad in today ‘s Iraq. To the west the army of Sargon II campaigned that year against Hamath. The fate of the defeated king of Hamath defies all imagination:

    “12. JAUBID of Hamath, a smith, was not the legitimate master of the throne, he was an infidel and an impious man, and he had coveted the royalty of Hamath. He incited the towns of Arpad, Simyra, Damascus, and Samaria to rise against me, took his precautions with each of them, and prepared for battle. I counted all the troops of the god Assur; in the town of Karkar, which had declared itself for the rebel, I besieged him and his warriors, I occupied Karkar and reduced it to ashes. I took him, himself, and had him flayed, and I killed the chief of the rioters in each town, and reduced them to a heap of ruins. I recruited my forces with 200 chariots and 600 horsemen from among the inhabitants of the country of Hamath and added them to my empire.

     

    Hereafter follow the remaining eponym-list regarding Sargon II:

    [716/715] During the eponomy of Tab-sil-E¹arra, the governor of Libbi-ali, campaign against Mannea.

    Comment: The year 716 BC was the year Sennacherib became a co-regent of Sargon II. In a following article this will be discussed in detail.

    [715/714] During the eponomy of Taklak-ana-bli, the governor of Nisibis, governors were appointed.

    Comment: While the co-king Shalmaneser V is besieging Tyrus the eponym-list only mentions the appointment of governors while the annals of Sargon II have him capturing Karkemis. The fact that the taking Karkemis is not mentioned in the eponym-list leaves a question-mark.

    [714/713] During the eponomy of I¹tar-duri, the governor of Arrapha, campaign against Urartu and Musasi; [the statue of the god] Haldi was deported.

    Comment: While Shalmaneser V is still besieging Tyrus (according to Flavius Josephus) Sargon II is campaigning against Urartu.

    [713/712]During the eponomy of A¹¹ur-bani, the governor of Kalhu, the nobles fought at Ellipi; the god [...] entered his new temple, to Musasir.

    Comment: This year is the fourth year of the five-year siege of Tyrus by Shalmaneser V. Sargon II went to Musasir which was an important mountain-city in Urartu.

    [712/711] During the eponomy of ¹arru-emuranni, the governor of Mazamua, the king stayed in the land.

    Comment: the king stayed in the land is a euphemism for doing nothing.

    The year 712 BC is the year of the invasion of the Sea Peoples in the Levant and Egypt. The invasion and its revision on the time line of history had my attention in my published book (in Dutch) ‘De zonaanbidder’, 2016, appendix 1, page 149-158. The prophet Isaiah described the invasion in detail in his chapters 15/18. The year 712 BC was obtained with the revision of the years of reign of Ramses III. Ramses III was according to my revision one of the twelve kings that followed the priest-king Sethos (Herodotos Book 2, 147), the latter firmly fixed in the 8th Century BC by Herodotos.

    [711/710] During the eponomy of Inurta-alik-pani, the governor of Si'immel, campaign against Mar'a¹.

    Comment: The invasion of the Sea Peoples in 712 BC was halted by Ramses III the same year. Sargon residing in the heartland of Assur remained unharmed and was as such able to carry out his campaign against Maras the next year. In the meantime along the coast of the Levant some of the Sea Peoples had remained and settled there. In Asdod a Greek (Ionian) ruler had established himself as king over the region. In his preserved annals Sargon referred to the Greeks who had settled themselves in Asdod.

    32. AZURI, King of Ashdod, determined within himself to render no more tributes; he sent hostile messages against Assyria to the neighboring Kings. I meditated vengeance for this, and I withdrew from him the government over his country. I put his brother AKHIMIT on his throne. But the people of Syria, eager for revolt, got tired of AKHIMIT's rule, and installed IAMAN, who like the former, was not the legitimate master of the throne. In the anger of my heart, I did not assemble the bulk of my army nor divide my baggage, but I marched against Ashdod with my warriors, who did not leave the trace of my feet.

    33. IAMAN learnt from afar of the approach of my expedition; he fled beyond Egypt towards Libya (Meluhhi), and no one ever saw any further trace of him. I besieged and took Ashdod and the town of Gimtu-Asdudim; I carried away captive IAMAN'S gods, his wife, his sons, his daughters, his money and the contents of his palace, together with the inhabitants of his country. I built these towns anew and placed in them the men that my arm had conquered.

    34. I placed my Lieutenant as Governor over them, and I treated them as Assyrians. They never again became guilty of impiety.

    [710/709] During the eponomy of ©ama¹-bla-usur, the governor of Ahizuhina, campaign against Bit-zeri [against the Babylonian ruler Marduk-apla-iddina, who was defeated]; the king stayed in Ki¹.

    [709/708] During the eponomy of Mannu-ki-A¹¹ur-le'i, the governor of Tille, Sargon took the hand of Bl [and became king of Babylonia].

    Comment: This statement of Sargon II becoming king over Babylon in 709/708 BC is confirmed by the Ptolemy-canon. In the spring of 709 BC Sennacherib the son of Sargon II was besieging Jerusalem with his own army but was defeated. The spring of 709 was the 14th year of reign of Hezekiah (Oct 710/Sep 709 BC) based on the new chronology of the kings of Judah by applying the Sabbath and Jubilee years of reckoning. With the following article on Sennacherib this will be worked out in detail.

    38. MERODACH-BALADAN, son of IAKIN, King of Chaldaea, the fallacious, the persistent in enmity, did not respect the memory of the gods, he trusted in the sea, and in the retreat of the marshes; he eluded the precepts of the great gods, and refused to send his tributes. He had supported as an ally KHUMBANIGAS, King of Elam. He had excited all the nomadic tribes of the desert against me. He prepared himself for battle, and advanced. During twelve years,[ From 721 to 709 BC] against the will of the gods of Babylon, the town of BEL, which judges the gods, he had excited the country of the Sumers and Accads, and had sent ambassadors to them. In honor of the god Assur, the father of the gods, and of the great and august Lord MERODACH, I roused my courage I prepared my ranks for battle. I decreed an expedition against the Chaldeans, an impious and riotous people. MERODACH-BALADAN heard of the approach of my expedition, dreading the terror of his own warriors, he fled before it, and flew in the nighttime like an owl, falling back from Babylon, to the town of Ikbibel. …

    Comment: The defeat of Merodach Baladan, king of Babylon, by Sargon II as mentioned in his annals established to be 709 BC shows that using the eponym list solely as a guiding point delivers false navigation points of the time line of history. The Bible refers to Berodachbaladan visiting Hezekiah after the defeat of the Assyrian army of Sennacherib.

    2 Kings 20:12 King James Version (KJV) At that time Berodachbaladan, the son of Baladan, king of Babylon, sent letters and a present unto Hezekiah: for he had heard that Hezekiah had been sick. 13 And Hezekiah hearkened unto them, and shewed them all the house of his precious things, the silver, and the gold, and the spices, and the precious ointment, and all the house of his armour, and all that was found in his treasures: there was nothing in his house, nor in all his dominion, that Hezekiah shewed them not.

    According to Biblical chronology this history belongs on the time line of history after the defeat of the Assyrian army of Sennacherib in 709 BC. It was after the siege that Hezekiah became ill and 15 years were added to his lifespan. The visit of Merodach Baladan took place after the failed siege of Jerusalem by Sennacherib in Oct. 709/sept 708 BC and falls within the years of reign of Sargon II as stated by the Ptolemy canon.

    The biblical chronology as fabricated by Edwin R. Thiele on basis of the reign of Sennacherib according to the eponym list has as a result a wandering king of Babylon visiting Jerusalem in 701/700 BC.

    [708/707] During the eponomy of ©ama¹-upahhir, the governor of Habruri, Kummuhu was captured; a governor was appointed.

    [707/706] During the eponomy of ©a-A¹¹ur-dubbu, the governor of Tu¹han, the king returned from Babylon; the chief vizier, the nobles, the booty of Dur-Yakin was carried off; [...] Dur-Yakin was destroyed; in Ta¹rtu, the twenty-second, the gods of Dur-©arruken entered their temples.

    [706/705]During the eponomy of Mutakkil-A¹¹ur, the governor of Guzana, the king stayed in the land; the nobles were in Karalla; in Ajaru, the sixth, Dur-©arruken was completed; [...] received.

     

     

    © Robert De Telder, Dertig Jubeljaren, 2018, page 267

     

    To be continued…

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