Biblical dating rules
Belshazzar was a bloodline descendent of Nebuchadnezzar.
The same goes for the fact that the Bible calls Belshazzar a king.
Nabonidus made two military campaigns: one against Cilicia (554 BC) and another against Syria (553 BC).
An unusual act was his transfer of residence to Tema, southeast of Edam in the Arabian Desert.
- Nebuchadnezzar (605-562) ruled 43 years and maintained his countrys empire as long as he lived.
Those who succeeded him could not hold what he had conquered.
The inscription reads: May it be that I, Nabonidus, king of Babylon, never fail you.
It was decorated with glazed brick reliefs of dragons and bulls. -This is the very Gate, which the Jewish captives must have passed through, including Daniel and Ezekiel.
None of Nebuchadnezzars successors could maintain what he established, resulting in Babylons decline.
In Aramaic, the word Rab interpreted means Master and Saris means Eunuchs.
In the British Museum is a clay tablet with the words Rab-Saris inscribed on it.