Please forward this the mysterious numbers of the hebrew kings pdf screen to 208. See also Hosea, who has the same name in Biblical Hebrew.
View a machine-translated version of the Hebrew article. Google’s machine translation is a useful starting point for translations, but translators must revise errors as necessary and confirm that the translation is accurate, rather than simply copy-pasting machine-translated text into the English Wikipedia. Do not translate text that appears unreliable or low-quality. If possible, verify the text with references provided in the foreign-language article. You must provide copyright attribution in the edit summary by providing an interlanguage link to the source of your translation. Assyrian records confirm the Biblical account of how he became king.
Under Ahaz, Judah had rendered allegiance to Tiglath-Pileser III of Assyria, when the Northern Kingdom under Pekah, in league with Rezin of Damascus, had attempted to coerce the Judean king into joint action against Assyria. Shalmaneser V succeeded, Hoshea made an effort to regain his independence and entered into negotiations with Egypt. Probably misled by favorable promises on the part of Egypt, Hoshea discontinued paying tribute. Shalmaneser soon interpreted this as rebellious, and directed his armies against Samaria. 727, 726, and 725 BC, and it is presumed that the missing name was Samaria. It is likely that Hoshea, disappointed by the lack of Egyptian support, endeavored to avert the calamity by resuming the payment of tribute, but that, distrusted, he was forced to fight, and was taken prisoner in battle. The capital, though deprived of the ruler, made an effective defense.
Nonetheless, the Assyrians captured Samaria after a siege of three years. Hoshea eventually withheld the tribute he promised Shalmaneser, expecting the support of “So, the king of Egypt”. Cambridge Ancient History 3, Part 1, ed. 39, cited in Thiele, Mysterious Numbers 165, n. This page was last edited on 13 March 2018, at 13:14.
This is an incomplete listing of some very bad things that happened before the 20th Century. I’ve scoured the history books and collected most of the major atrocities that anyone has bothered to enumerate. However, just because an event is missing from these pages doesn’t mean that it wasn’t very bloody. There are undoubtedly many other events that were never recorded and have now faded into the oblivion of forgotten history. This makes it difficult to prove whether brutality is waxing or waning in the long term. The Mohammedan Conquest of India is probably the bloodiest story in history.
Little did we guess that what has been called the century of the common man would witness as its outstanding feature more common men killing each other with greater facilities than any other five centuries together in the history of the world. Before the rise of Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot and the rest of the gang, these atrocities were the bywords of barbarism. 28 While putting down a rebellion in northern England, “Insurgents fell beneath his vengeful sword, he levelled their places of shelter to the ground, wasted their lands, and burnt their dwellings with all they contained. NOTE: No scholar has ever published a death toll of less than one million or more than nine million, so the order of magnitude is generally accepted even if the precise number is unknown. 1,000 Jewish women in Rhineland comm. Gibbon, Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, v.
1098, Fall of Antioch: 100,000 Moslems massacred. 1099, Fall of Jerusalem: 70,000 Moslems massacred. Siege of Tiberias: 30,000 Christians k. Richard the Lionhearted executes 3,000 Moslem POWs. 1291: 100,000 Christians k after fall of Acre. Fall of Christian Antioch: 17,000 massacred.
Imperial German Crusaders lost a total of 3,600 in battle. 1099: Crusaders slaughter 40,000 inhabs of Jerusalem. 1147: 2nd Crusades begins with 500,000. 1190: 500 Jews massacred in York. 1192: 3rd Crusade reduced from 100,000 to 5,000 through famine, plagues and desertions in campaign vs Antioch. 1212: Children’s Crusade loses some 50,000. Robertson, A Short History of Christianity, London: Watts, 1902, p.
It has been reckoned that a million of all ages and both sexes were slain. Colin Wilson, The Mammoth Book of the History of Murder: As ruler, 5,000 inhabitants of Padua executed. After loosing power, all but 200 of 10,000 Paduan POWs, executed. Flexner, Pessimist’s Guide to History: 2,000 k. Population of France began at ca. 100 Yrs War, had declined by one-third.
Baumgartner, France in the Sixteenth Century: Population of France 20M in 1340, 10M a century later. NOTE: This period also includes the Black Death, so there’s no telling how much of this population decline was war-related, although all three of these sources specifically point the 100YW as a principle cause. 3 of the affected populations, so we can guess that France should have lost 5. 7M of Heller’s 17M or 6. 3M of Pregill’s 19M or 6.
7M of Baumgartens’ 20M to the plague alone. The difference between this and the actual population decline might then be attributed to the 100YW. This would mean the war may have killed 0. The earliest I found is this p. Dr Moore in his divine dialogues 161, and in his mystery of Iniquity, lib. 7,000,000 during the Saracen slaughters in Spain.