World Powers of Bible History

A decade has passed since King Nebuchadnezzar brought Daniel and the other "foremost men of the land of Judah into captivity in Babylon" ((2 Kings 24:15)

Nebuchadnezzar was agitated.

He had had a dream which distressed him so much he could not sleep. Naturally he was anxious to know its meaning.

But the mighty king had forgotten the dream! So he summoned Babylon's magicians, enchanters and sorcerers and demanded that they relate the dream and interpret it. The task was beyond them. Their failure so infuriated Nebuchadnezzar that he issued a command "to destroy all the wise men of Babylon". 

Fortunately a prophet of the true God came to their rescue!

"Daniel himself went in and asked from the king that he should give him time expressly to show the very interpretation to the king" (Dan 2: 15 - 23)

The interpretation involved "a certain immense image. That image was large and the brightness of which was extraordinary ... and its appearance was dreadful" (Dan 2 : 31 - 35). It consisted of  five different metals ... each decreasing in value from head to foot. The final stage consisted of iron and clay.

Daniel went on to explain that each of the metals represented a governmental power which would dominate the world scene.

"In the final part of the days" the feet of the image would be struck by a huge rock, representing the Kingdom of God ... and world domination by the nations would end being replaced by good government from  God himself (Dan 2:44).

Five of these world powers are featured in Nebuchadnezzar's dream image : Babylon, Medo Persia, Greece, Rome and the Anglo - American World power.

But according to the Bible record, two other world powers had impacted God's people  previously ... Egypt and Assyria.

The purpose of this section is to provided exhaustive DVD ROM collections, featuring ALL of the SEVEN WORLD POWERS of BIBLE HISTORY.

Each DVD ROM will feature a specific world power and will provide volumes of textual reference material from respected scholarly sources : 
PDF format (full color / searchable/printable).

In addition, each collection will feature interesting MULTI - MEDIA items : video, photographs, audio books , lectures, music and much more.

"WORLD POWERS OF BIBLE HISTORY" will greatly increase your Bible research resources and will hopefully provide much that will interest, inform  and entertain you.


Egypt is referred to over 700 times in the Bible.

In the Hebrew Scriptures, Egypt is often designated by the name Mizraim, evidently pointing to the prominence of the descendants of that son of Ham who settled in this region (Ge 10:6)

The Egyptians in the days of Joseph were favorably disposed towards the Israelites, but as their numbers increased, they cruelly oppressed them, eventually imposing conditions of slavery.

This situation existed for centuries until Jehovah provided deliverance through Moses.

After the Exodus, hostilities continued.

For example, shortly after Solomon's death, Pharaoh Shishak invaded Judah (993 BCE) with a mighty force of chariots, attacking Jerusalem and stripping the city of its treasures (2 Ch 12 : 1 - 12).

During later periods, the Judean Kings forgot about the previous centuries of aggression and hostility, forming unwise alliances with Egypt ... which did nothing to delay Jehovah's judgement upon them.

   is a massive DVD ROM collection (computer use only) featuring the following resources:

100 Major Reference Works

Part 1 : "The History of an Empire

- "A History of Egyption people" - E A Budge
- "Ancient and Modern Egypt" - Michael Russell
- "Ancient Egypt - An Outline of its History" - John Dawson 
- "The History of Ancient Egypt" - Flinders Petrie 
- "Ancient Egypt" - George Rawlingson 
- "Ancient Egypt - In the Shadow of the Pyramid - David Walsden
- "The World of Ancient Egypt" - James Baikie 
- "Discovering Ancient Egypt" - Richard Mayde
- "Exploring Ancient Egypt" - The British School of Archaeology
- "Ancient Egypt" - The Trustees of the Cairo Museum
- "Understanding Ancient Egypt" - Laura Collins
- "Egypt" - Robert Talbot
- "Egypt- Ancient Sites and Modern Scenes" - Gaston Maspero
- "Egypt as We Knew It" - E.L Butcher
- "Egypt of the Egyptians" - W.L Balls
- "Egyptian Antiquities of the British Museum" - George Long
- "Handbook of the Egyptian Rooms" - New York Musuem of Art
- "The History of the Egyptians" - Edward Farr
- "Life in Ancient Egypt" - Gaston Maspero
- "New Light on Ancient Egypt - Gaston Maspero
- "Outlines of Ancient Egyptian History" - Auguste Mariette
- "Popular Stories of Ancient Egypt - Gaston Maspero
- "The Civilization of the Ancient Egyptians" - A Bothwell Gosse
- "The Manners & Customs of the Ancient Egyptians - John Wilkinson
- "The Treasury of Ancient Egypt - Arthur Weigall

Part 2 : "Religion, Worship and War" 

- "Ancient Egypt - A Testimony to the Truth of the Bible" - William Osburn 
- "Egypt - a Witness for the Bible" - Francis Hawks
- "Egypt in Relation to Bible History - John Dawson
- "The Handwriting of God in Egypt - David Randall
- "Legends of Egypt in relation to Hebrew tradition - L W King
- "The Story of the Exodus - Heinrich Brugsch
- "Explorations in Bible Lands - Frank DeHass
- "The Land of Goshen and the Exodus" - Robert Brown
- "Biblical Researches in Egypt and Adjacent Regions" - Edward Robinson
- "Egypt and the Books of Moses" - Ernst Hengstenberg
- "The Desert of the Exodus" - Edward Palmer
- "Israel in Egypt" - Edward Clark
- "Egypt in the Old Testament" - Victor Trumper
- "Egyptian Mythology and its Influence on Modern Christendom" - Samuel Sharp
- "The Egyptian Doctrine of the Immortality of the Soul" - Alfred Wiedemann
- "The Religion of Ancient Egypt" - W M Flinders Petrie
- "Egyptian and Mesopotamian Religions" - C P Tiele
- "Religion and Conscience in Ancient Egypt" - W M Flinders Petrie
- "The Faith of Ancient Egypt" - Sidney Coryn
- "The Development of Religion in Ancient Egypt" - James Breasted
- "The History of the Religion of the Egyptians" - George Smith
- "The Religion of the Ancient Egyptians - Georg Steindorff
- "The Origin and Growth of Religion in Ancient Egypt" - P Le Page Renouf
- "Egyptian Religion" - J C Hinrichs
- "Paganism and Christianity in Egypt" - Philip David Scott-Moncrieff 

Part 3 : "Art, Culture & Technology" 

- "Egyptian Art" - Warren Dawson
- "Egyptian Decorative Art" - W M Petrie
- "Arts and Crafts of Ancient Egypt" - W M Petrie
- "Egyptian Art - Gaston Maspero 
- "Ancient Egyptian Costumes & Decorations - Mary Houston
- "Egyptian Literature" - William Hudson
- "The Literature of the Ancient Egyptians - E A Wallis
- "Popular Literature in Ancient Egypt"- Alfred Wiedemann
- "Understanding Hieroglyphs - F Griffith
- "Comparison of Egyptian Symbols with those of the Hebrews - John Simons
- "Light from Egyptian Papyri on Jewish History - Charles Wright
- "Ancient Egypt - Its Monuments and History - Jon White
- "The Egyptian Obelisks - William Cooper
- "The Architecture of Ancient Egypt - Edward Bell
- "Monuments of Ancient Egypt and their Relation to the Bible" - Philip Gosse
- "Egyptian Sculptures in the British Museum" - E Wallis Budge
- "A Guide to the Egyptian Galleries of the British Museum" - E A Budge
- "The Egyptian Pyramids" - Everett Fish
- "Tombs of Ancient Egypt" - W L Nash
- "Tools and Weapons of the Egyptians" - W M Petrie
- "Ancient Egyptian Ships" - William Franklin
- "Egyptian Archaeology" - Gaston Maspero
- "Biblical Chronology & Egyptian Archaeology" - G.Sayffarth
- "Egyptian Birds - Charles Whymper
- "Travels in Egypt - Philip Schaff

Part 4 : "Pharaohs, Myths and Mysteries" 

- "The Pharaohs and their People" - E.Berkley
- "Rameses the Great" - Ferdinand Lanoye
- "Egypt Under Rameses the Great" - Ernest Wallis Budge
- "The Land of the Pharaohs" - Samuel Manning
- "Ancient Egypt Under the Pharaohs (Vol 1) - John Kenrick
- "Ancient Egypt Under the Pharaohs (Vol 2) - John Kenrick
- "The Pharaohs of the Bondage and the Exodus" - Charles Robinson
- "Egypt of the Pharaohs" - Foster Barham Zincke
- "The Egyptians in the Times of the Pharaohs" - John Wilkinson
- "Joseph in the Light of Egyptian Lore"- Henry Tomkins
- "Legends of Ancient Egypt" - Frank Brooksban
- "The Egyptian Heaven and Hell" - E A Budge
- "The Rephaim and their Connection with Egyptian History" - Marie Corbaux
- "Myths & Mysteries of Egypt" - Gerald Massey
- "Ancient Egyptian Legends" - Margaret Alice Murray
- "The Serpent Myths of Ancient Egypt" - William Cooper
- "Egyptian Ideas of the Future Life" - Ernest Wallis Budge
- "Egypt and the Worship of the Dead" - John Garnier
- "The Egyptian Resurrection" - Ernest Wallis Budge 
- "The Old Egyptian Faith" - Édouard Naville
- "Religions of Ancient Egypt" - Archibald Sayce
- "Egyptian Myth and Legend" - Donald Alexander Mackenzie
- "The Growth of Religious Ideas in Egypt" - Samuel Mercer
- "A Chronological History of Ancient Egypt" - Orlando Schmidt
- "The Gods of the Egyptians" - Ernest Wallis Budge

Section 2 : Video (computer use only)

Over TWELVE HOURS of fascinating presentations and historical information regarding the history and
importance of the ancient Egyptians.and the affect they had on God's people.

Section 3 : Pictures

Over 100 full color (jpeg) high quality images featuring the history, geography, archeology and rich heritage of Egypt.

Section 4 : Audio (MP3)

- 6 Hours of Audio Books,  Lectures, Poetry Reading, Egyptian Music ... and much more!

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Assyria is the name applied to the country anciently occupying the northern end of the Mesopotamian plain or the extreme northern portion of what is today the modern country of Iraq. 

Assyria was essentially a military power and the historical picture left of its exploits is one of great cruelty and rapaciousness. 

Sadistic torture was a frequent feature of Assyrian warfare about which they shamelessly boasted and which they carefully recorded. The knowledge of their cruelty doubtless served them to an advantage militarily, striking terror into the hearts of those in their line of attack and often causing resistance to crumble. 

Nineveh, the capital city of Assyria was aptly described as a "lair of lions" and as "the city of bloodshed" (Na 2:11, 12 ; 3:1)

Little wonder that the prophet Jonah viewed his assignment to condemn and prophecy against the Ninevites with some trepidation! 

   features the following resources:

Section 1 : Reference Works (100 books -PDF format)

- "Myths of Assyria" - Lewis Spence 
- "Myths of Babylonia & Assyria" - Donald Mackenzie
- "Assyria - Its Princes, Priests and People"  - A H Sayce
- "Aspects of Religious Belief in Assyria " - Morris Jastrow 
- "Religions of the Ancient World including Assyria" - George Rawlinson
- "The Religion of Assyria" - Theophilus Pinches
- "The Religion of Babylonia & Assyria" - Morris Jastrow
- "The Religion of Ancient Assyria" - George Rawlinson
- "The Religion of Assyria in its Relation to Israel" - Robert Rogers
- "The Old Testament in the Light of the Religion of Assyria" - John Thomas
- "The Old Testament in the Light of the Historical Records of Assyria" - Theophilus Pinches
- "Prophecies Relating to the Assyrians" - George Smith
- "The Life & Times of Isaiah Illustrated by Contempory Monuments" - A H Sayce 
- " Jonah the Prophet" - Alexander Raleigh
- "The Prophet Jonah and his Mission to Nineveh" - Hugh Martin
- "Assyria" - Zenaide Ragozin
- "The History of Babylonia & Assyria" - Hugo Winkler
- "The Ancient History of the East" - Assyria - Philip Smith
- "The Struggle of Nations - Assyria" - G Maspero
- "Ancient History of Assyria" - George Rawlinson
- "A History of Babylonia & Assyria (Vol 1)" - Robert Rogers
- "A History of Babylonia & Assyria (Vol 2)" - Robert Rogers
- "The Civilization of Babylonia & Assyria" - Morris Jastrow
- "Ancient Assyria" - James Baikrich
- "Babylonia and Assyria - a Sketch of their History" - Ross Murison
- "The Story of Chaldea" - Zenaide Ragozin
- "A History of the Babylonians and Assyrians" - George Goodspeed
- "The Story of Assyria" - Zanaide Ragozin
- "Assyrian Historiography" - Albert Olmstead
- "The Archaeology of Assyria" - Percy Handcock
- "The Romance of Excavation in Assyria" - David Masters
- "Fresh Light from the Ancient Monuments" - Assyria - A H Sayce
- "The Assyrian Monuments Illustrating the Sermons of Isaiah" - Maximilian Lindsay Kellner
- "The Archaeology of the cuneiform inscriptions" - A H Sayce
- "The Assyrian Doomsday Book" - Claude Johns
- "History and Antiquities of Assyria" - Chad Boscawen
- "The Histories of Herodotus" - Herodotus
- "Researchs in Assyria" - Willaim Ainsworth
- "The Land of Nimrod"- Hormuzd Rassam
- "Ninevah and Babylon" - Sir Austen Layard
- "Nineveh - The Buried City of the East" - Sir Austen Layard
- "Nineveh and its Remains" - Sir Austen Layard
- "Inscriptions from Ninevah" - Henry Rawlinson
- "Discoveries on the Site of Nineveh" - George Smith
- "Discoveries at Nineveh" - P S Desprez
- "Nineveh"  - George Viereck
- "Tukulti-Ninibl - King of Assyria" - L W King
- "Tiglath Pileser" - Abraham Anspacher
- "Bronze Reliefs of Shalmaneser" - L W King
- "Sargon of Assyria" - Albert Olmstead
- "The History of Sennacherib" - George Smith
- "Sennacheribs Campaign in Palestine" - Henry Kieme
- "The First Campaign of Sennacherib" - Sidney Smith
- "Jewish Politics in the times of Sargon and Sennacherib" - Edward Strachey
- "The History of Esarhaddon - son of Sennacherib" - E A Budge
- "The Prisms of Esarhaddon" - Reginald Thompson
- "The History of Assurbanipal"  - George Smith
- "The Annals of Ashurbanapal" - Robert Lau
- "Art in Chaldea & Assyria" - George Perrot
- "Life in Ancient Assyria" - G Maspero
- "The Flora of the Assyrian Monuments" - Emanuel Bonavia
- "The Architecture of Assyria" - Ernest Babelon
- "Travels in Assyria (Vol 1)"  - James Buckingham
- "Travels in Assyria (Vol 2)"  - James Buckingham
- "Researchs in Assyrian Geography" - Olaf Toffteen
- "Geography of Mesopotamia and Assyria" - James Fraser
- "Ancient Pagan and Modern Christian Symbolism" - Thomas Inman 
- "Assyrian Birth Omens and their Cultural Significance" - Morris Jastrow
- "First Steps in Learning the Assyrian Language" - L W King
- "Assyrian Literatre" - Samual Nercer
- "Assyrian Literature" - Selected Translations" - Robert Harper
- "Babylonians & Assyrians - Life and Customs" - A H Sayce
- "Assyrian Life" - M E Harkness
- "The Oath in Assyrian Literature" - Samuel Mercer
- "The Deluge as told by the Assyrian Tablets" - E A Budge
... and many more!

Section 2 : Video (computer use only)

Over TWENTY HOURS of interesting presentations and historical information regarding the history and
culture of the ancient Assyrians.  (revised and re-mastered for 2017)

Section 4 : Audio (MP3)

- Over TWO hours of audio books featuring readings from the classics and great
   historical works. 

Section 5 : Pictures

Over 50 full color (jpeg) high quality images featuring the history, geography, archeology and rich heritage of Assyria.

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The Bible makes many references to Babylon, beginning with the Genesis account of the original city of Babel. (Ge 10: 10;  11: 1-9)

After the fall of the northern Kingdom of Israel in 740 BCE people from Babylon and other areas were brought in to replace the captive Israelites (2 Ki 17: 24, 30).

Hezekiah made the mistake of showing messengers from Babylon the treasures of his house: these same treasures as well as some of his sons were later taken to Babylon.

In 632 BCE Assyria was subdued by the new Chaldean dynasty under Nabopolassar with the assistance of Median and Scythian allies. In 625 BCE Nabopolassar's eldest son Nebuchadnezzar defeated Pharaoh Necho of Egypt at the battle of Carchemish and in the same year he assumed the helm of government.

Under Nebuchadnezzar, Babylon was a "golden cup" in the hand of Jehovah to pour out indignation against unfaithful Judah and Jerusalem. (Jer 25:15, 17, 18 ; 51: 7).  In 609 BCE the Babylonians laid siege to Jerusalem and finally breached its walls in 607 BCE. The temple of Solomon was destroyed and the people taken captive to Babylon until the land paid back its 70 years of unkept Sabbaths.

The Babylonian empire was eventually overthrown by Cyrus the Great in 539 BCE and the Jews allowed to return to their homeland.   

"WORLD POWERS OF BIBLE HISTORY : Babylon 2013 Editionfeatures the following resources:

Section 1 : Reference Works (75 books -PDF format)

- "A History of Babylon" - L W King                                                                                             - "Greece & Babylon" - Lewis Richard Farnell
- "Babylon" - George Rawlinson                                                                                                    - "Babylon is Falling" - Orestes Augustus Brownson                    - "The Early Races of Babylonia" - L W King                                                                               - "Babylon in Egypt" - Alfred Butler    
- "Belshazzar - the Tale of the Fall of Babylon" - William Davis                                               - "The Fall of Babylon" - H Wren                                                  
- "Babylon - the Records of Daniel the Prophet" - Joseph Seiss                                                - "The Fall of Babylon" - Alexander Stuart
- "The Influence of Babylon on the Religion of Israel" - Hermann Gunkel                             - "Women in Babylon" - Zainabb Bahrani
- "Legends of Babylon" - L W King                                                                                               - "Discoveries in the Ruins of Babylon" - Austen Henry Layard
- "The Bible and Babylon" - Eduard Konig                                                                                  - "Memoir on the Ruins of Babylon" - Claudius Rich
- "The Letters and Inscriptions of Hammurabi, King of Babylon" - L W King                       - "King Hammurabi of Babylon" - Marc Van De Mieroop 
- "Nineveh and Babylon" - Austen Henry Layard                                                                      - "The Religion of Babylon" - Morris Jastrow
- "Ancient Cities and Empires" - E H Gillett                                                                                - "A Journey to the Site of Babylon" - Claudius James Rich 
- "Babylon - A Sketch of Mesopotamian Religion" - Lewis Farnell                                          - "Babylon through American Eyes" - Sullivan M'Collester
- "Media, Babylon and Persia" - Zenaide Ragozin                                                                      - "The Palaces of Babylon" - Amelie Kuhrt
- "Thrones and Palaces of Babylon" - John Newman                                                                 -  "Babylon and the Prophecies of Daniel" - Edward Irving
- "Fishes, Flowers and Fire - the Religion of Ancient Babylon" - Arthur Reader                   -  "Babylon of the Bible" - Chad Boscawen
- "Law Codes of Babylon" - C H W Johns                                                                                    -  "Babylonian Business Documents" - Hermann Ranke
- "The Code of Hammurabia" - Percy Handcock                                                                        - "The Code of Hammurabi King of Babylon" - Robert Harper
- "Remains of Lost empires" - Babylon - P V N Myers                                                               - "Cyrus in Babylon" - David Vanderfooft
- "Astrologers of Babylon" - Reginald Thompson                                                                       - "Babylon Destroyed" - Emanuel Swedenborg
- "Antiquities of the Orient Unveiled" - Moses Redding                                                           -  "Babylonian Cuneiform Texts" - H V Hilprecht
- "The Fate of Conquerors as Prophesied in the Bible" - Wilfred Schoff                                 -  "Great Monarchies of the Ancient World"- George Rawlinson
- "The Two Babylons" - Alexander Hislop                                                                                   - "Asshur and the Land of Nimrod" - Hormuzd Rassam
- "The Religions of the Ancient World" - George Rawlinson                                                    - "Travels in Mesopotamia" - James Buckingham
- "The Life of the Ancient East" - James Baikie                                                                            - "Travels in Chaldea" - Robert Mignan
- "The Fall of Babylon" - Walter Haworth                                                                                     - "Babylonians and their Culture" - Morris Jastrow
- "The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World" - Edgar Banks
- "The Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East  ( Vol 1)"  - Charles Horne
- "The Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East   (Vol 2)" -  Charles Horne
- "The Babylonian Story of the Deluge"  - British Museum Dept of Antiquities
- "Exposition of the Dream of Nebuchadnezzar"  - Luther Wilson
- "The Little Stone and the Great Image"  - George Junkin
- "The Eponym Canon" - George Smith
- "Early Adventures in Babylonia  (Vol 1)" - Austen Layard
- "Early adventures in Babylonia   (Vol 2)"   - Austen Layard
- "Belshazzar's Doom" - Samuel Johnson
- "The Feast of Belshazzar - Edwin Arnold
- "Sacred Drama's" - Hannah More
- "The Nabonidus Cylinder" - Robert Lau 
- "Records from the Time of Nabonidus" - Raymond Dougherty
- "Ancient Babylonia" - Claude Johns
- "Aspects of Religious Belief in Babylon" - Morris Jastrow
- "The History of Babylonia" - George Smith
- "Myths of Babylonia" - Donald Mackenzie
- "The History of Babylonia" - Hugo Winckler
- "A Report on Wolfe's expedition to Babylonia - William Ward
- "The Civilization of Babylonia" - Morris Jastrow
- "The Old Testament in the Light of the Religion of Babylon" - John Thomas
- "The Archaeology of Babylonia" - Percy Handcock
- " The Jews in Babylonia in the time of Ezra & Nehemiah" - Samuel Daiches
- " Explorations in the Bible Lands "- H V Hilprecht

Section 2 : Video (computer use only)

Over ten hours of interesting presentations regarding the history and culture of ancient Babylon.

Section 3 : Audio

Two hours of  interesting audio presentions (mp3) discussing the impact of the Babylonians on the nation of Israel.

Section 4 : Pictures

Over 50 full color (jpeg) high quality images featuring the history, geography, archeology and rich heritage of Babylon.

All in all ... a vast resource of valuable multimedia material to assist your study and research
regarding this significant and intriguing world power of Bible history.

$22.00 (US)
The prophet Isaiah under inspiration, stated  "Jehovah has said to his annointed one, to CYRUS whose right hand I have taken hold of, to subdue before him nations, so that I may ungird even the hips of kings ; to open before him the two - leaved doors so that even the gates will not be shut"  
(Isa 45 : 1).

Although recorded almost 150 years in advance, these prophetic words had remarkable fulfillment on a fateful night on Tishri 16 (October) 539 BCE  as Cyrus and his troops stormed Babylon as the  Babylonian king, Belshazzar feasted.

The subsequent empire developed by Cyrus the Persian and his ally, Darious the Mede eventually became the largest the world had  seen up to that time,  covering the territories of Media, Elam, Parthia, Babylonia, Assyria, Arabia, Armenia, Cappadocia, Lydia, Ionia, Egypt, Ethiopia and Libya.

Persian rule was noted for its humanity and tolerance ... in stark contrast to its predocessors Babylon and Assyria. 

Conquered nations were allowed to retain their culture and enjoy relative freedom. Captives were freed and allowed to return to their homeland - a policy which benefited the captive Jews in Babylon who were allowed to return  to Jerusalem and rebuild Jehovah's temple  ( Ezra 1: 1 - 4).

The Persian empire was eventually overthrown by Alexander the Great of  Macedonia , following the battle of Marathon in 490 BCE..   

"WORLD POWERS OF BIBLE HISTORY : COLLECTION 4 :  Medo - Persia features the following resources:

Section 1 : Reference Works (50 books -PDF format)

- " Cyrus the Great - Jacob Abbott
- " Darius the Mede - Joseph Horner
- " The Fall of Babylon" - William Davis
- " Media , Babylon and Persia" - Zenaide Ragozin
- " Jewish life after the exile" - Thomas Cheyne
- " Songs of the Exile" - Nina Davis
- " After the exile" (Vol 1) - Peter Hunter
- " After the exile" (Vol 2) - Peter Hunter
- " The Persian Wars" - Herodotus 
- " The Ancient History of Persia" - Muhammed Ahmad
- "  Persia - Ancient and modern" - John Pittot
- " The Religion of Ancient Persia" - George Rawlinson
- " The Conquest by Alexander the Great of Persia" - Philip Smith
- " Persepolis - a historical sketch of Ancient Persia" - William Vaux
- " Travels in Assyria, Media and Persia" (Vol 1) - James Buckingham
- " Travels in Assyria, Media and Persia" (Vol 2) - James Buckingham
- " Ancient history from the earliest times to the fall of the Western Empire" - George Rawlinson
- " A manual of ancient history from the earliest times to the fall of the Sassanian Empire" - George Rawlinson
- " Our own religion in Ancient Persia" - Lawrence Mills
- " The Great Monarchies of the Ancient World" - George Rawlinson
- " The Eastern or old world embracing ancient and modern history"  (vol 1) - Henry Brownell
- " The Eastern or old world embracing ancient and modern history"  (vol 2) - Henry Brownell
- " Parallelisms between Christianity and the religious  systems of the Ancient World" - Charles Hardwick
- " The Ancient History of the Medes and Persians" (Vol 1)  - Charles Rollin
- " The Ancient History of the Medes and Persians" (Vol 2)  - Charles Rollin
- " The Ancient History of the Medes and Persians" (Vol 3)  - Charles Rollin
- " The Ancient History of the Medes and Persians" (Vol 4)  - Charles Rollin
- " The Ancient History of the Medes and Persians" (Vol 5)  - Charles Rollin
- " The Ancient History of the Medes and Persians" (Vol 6)  - Charles Rollin
- " The Ancient History of the Medes and Persians" (Vol 7)  - Charles Rollin
- " The Ancient History of the Medes and Persians" (Vol 8)  - Charles Rollin
- " The History & Religion of the Medes and Persians" - George Smith
- " Persian costumes and decorations" - Mary Houston
- " Parthian coinage" - Percy Gardner
- " History of the early Kings of Persia" - Khvand Mir
- " A history of Persia" (vol 1)  - Percy Sykes
- " A History of Persia" (vol 2) - Percy Sykes
- " Studies in Ancient Persian History" - P Kershasp
- " Epitome of the Ancient History of Persia" - Muhammad ibn Ahmad
- " The Story of Persia" - Samuel Benjamin
- " The Story of Parthia" - George Rawlinson
- " Artaxerxes III and his reign" - Noah Hirschy
- " Persia, the land of the Magi" - Samuel Nweeya
- " A Historical sketch of Persia" - William Vaux

Section 2 : Video (computer use only)

Ten interesting presentations regarding the history and culture of the ancient Medes & Persians.

Section 3 : Audio

Interesting audio presention (mp3) discussing the rise and fall of the Persian empire.

Section 4 : Pictures

Over 50 full color (jpeg) high quality images featuring the history, geography, archeology and rich heritage of Medo Persia.

Medo - Persia
$22.00 (US)
Cyrus the Great
Darius the Mede
Back in the sixth century BCE, the prophet Daniel had recieved a prophetic vision foretelling the overthrow of the Medo-Persian empire by the Greeks. 

In Daniel chapter 8, the angel Gabriel tells Daniel : "The ram that you saw possessing the two horns stands for the kings of Media and Persia and the hairy he - goat stands for the King of Greece. As for the great horn that was between its eyes, it stands for the first King"  (Dan 8:20,21).

This first king of Greece was to become one of the greatest military commanders in history - Alexander the Great whose conquests would stretch from Macedonia, Asia Minor, Syria, Palastine, Egypt and the entire Medo Persian Empire as far as India.

By taking control of Judah in 332 BCE, Greece became the fifth successive world power to effect the nation of Israel.

Tutored by Aristotle, Alexander was a tolerant monarch and ruled his empire wisely. Alexander like the Persians before him, treated the nation of Israel respectfully ... leaving Jerusalem unharmed.

However after his premature death in Babylon in 323 BCE, Alexanders empire as prophesied, was split between four of his generals : Ptolemy 1 (Egypt & Palistine), Seleucus Nicator (Mesopotamia and Syria), Lysimachus (Asia Minor and Thrace) and Cassander (Macedonia and Greece).

The nation of Israel at this point became a buffer zone between two warring dynasties: the Ptolematic kingdom to the South and the Seleuid kings of Syria to the North. Many of the historic events and developments which occurred between these two dynasties were prophesied in the book of Daniel, chapter 11.

Eventually the warring between the Greek territories weakened and fragmented the empire.

A turning point as far as the nation of Israel was concerned took place  in 64 BCE when Roman General Pompey made Syria a province of Rome.

A new iron like "beast" had emerged!

  features the following resources:

Section 1 : 75 Major Reference Works (PDF format)

- " Greek & Roman Mythology" - Jessie Tatlock
- " Ancient Greece" - George Bancroft
- " Tales of Ancient Greece" - George Cox
- " Ancient Greece - its Art, Literature and Philosophy" - H.B Cotterill
- " The Greek Historians" - M I Finley
- " Teach Yourself New Testament Greek" - D F Hudson 
- " The Monuments of Ancient Athens" - Jane Harrison
- " A Dictionary of Greek & Roman Antiquities" - Charles Anthon
- " The Books of Ancient Greece" - Sir Frederic Kenyon
- " Everyday Life in Ancient Greece" - C E Robinson
- " Greece under the Romans" - George Finlay
- " Greek Medicine" - Charles Singer 
- " Religion and Art in Ancient Greece" - Ernest Gardner
- " Greek Religious Thought from Homer to Alexander" - Francis Cornford
- " The Religion of Ancient Greece" - Jane Harrison 
-  "God in Greek Philosophy" - Roy Hack
- "The Mythology of Ancient Greece" - Thomas Keightley
- "A Manual of Greek Mythology" - Alexander Murray 
- "Woman, her Position and Influence in Ancient Greece"  - J. Donaldson
- "The Story of Alexanders Empire" - John Mahaffy
- "The Greeks and the Persians" - George Cox
- "The Greco Persian War" - Herodotus
- "Problems with Greek History" - John Mahaffy
- "Tales of Troy and Greece" - Andrew Lang
- "A Dictionary of Latin & Greek Quotations" - Henry Riley
- "The Greek Philosophers" - James Hyslop
- "The Stoics, Epicureans & Sceptics" - Eduard Zeller
- " Christianity and Greek Philosophy" - Benjamin Cocker
- "Outlines of the History of Greek Philosophy - Eduard Zeller
- "Greek Thinkers (Vol 1)" - Theodor Gomerz
- "Greek Thinkers (Vol 2)" - Theodor Gomperz
- "Greek Thinkers (Vol 3)" - Theodor Gomperz
- "Greek Thinkers (Vol 4)" - Theodor Gomperz
- "Greek & Roman Sculpture" - Adolf Furtwangler
- "Greek Architecture" - Allan Marquand
- "Handbook to the Greek Antiquities in the British Musuem" - William Vaux
- "Greek Dramas" - Bernadette Perrin
- "Greek Literature" (anon)
- "The Handbook of Greek Archaeology" - Alexander Murray
- "The Legacy of Greece" - Richard Livingstone
- "History of Greek and Roman Science" - Charles Blomfield
- "Greek and Jew" - Alfred Lloyd
- "Hellenica- Greek Poetry and Religion - Evelyn Abbott
- "The Christian Church and Greek Philosophy" - Thomas Allies
- "Christianity in Relation to Greek and Jewish Ideals" - John Watson
- "Greek Philosophy and the New Testament" - Edward Hicks
- "The Influence of Greek Ideas upon the Christian Church" - Edwin Hatch
- "The Life of Greece" - Will Durrant (G)
- "The Ethics of the Greeks - James Hyslop
- "Greek Ethical Thought" - Hilda Oakeley

Section 2 : Video

Over five hours of interesting presentations regarding the history and culture of Ancient Greece.

Section 3 : Audio

Over ten hours of audio books featuring readings from the classics and great
historical works.

Section 4 : Pictures

Over 50 full color (jpeg) high quality images featuring the history, geography, archeology and rich heritage of  ancient Greece

Alexander at the Temple in Jerusalem
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The "Phalanx" battle formation of the Greek Army
Alexander the Great
Rome : The greatest world empire of ancient Bible times.

Located inland about 25 km (16 mi) up the Tiber River, it was according to mythology, founded in 753 BCE by a certain 
Romulus, although archeological evidence points to settlements in this area dating back to much earlier periods.

In international affairs Rome reached the zenith of her glory under the Caesars. The first was Julius, appointed dictator of
Rome in 46 BCE but was murdered by conspirators in 44 BC. After a period of chaos, he was succeeded  by Augustus (Octavian) who ruled the empire wisely from 31 BCE to 14 CE.

It was during the rule of Augustus that Jesus was born in 2 BCE (Lu 2: 1 - 7). The successor to Augustus was Tiberiius (14 - 37 CE) who ruled during Jesus ministry (Lu 3 : 1,2 , 21 - 23). Next came Caligula (37 - 41 CE) and Claudius (41 - 54 CE), the latter issuing a decree expelling the Jews from Rome (Ac 18:1,2). Nero's rule followed (54 - 68 CE) and it was to him that Paul appealed his case. (Ac 25:11, 12, 21).

Roman emperors in the order of succession after Nero (through the first century) were Galba (68 - 69 CE) , Otho and Vitellius (69 CE), Vespasian (69 - 79 CE) during whose reign Jerusalem was destroyed, Titus (79 - 81 CE), who previously had directed the successful assault on Jerusalem, Domitian (81 - 96CE) under whose reign John was exiled to the penal island of Patmos, Nerva 96 - 98 CE) and Trajan (98 - 117 CE).

It was under Trajan that the empire reached its greatest limits, the boundaries by then extending far out in all directions to the Rhine and the North Sea, the Danube, the Euphrates, the cataracts of the Nile, the great African Desert, to the Atlantic in the west.

During the declining years of the Roman Empire, Constantine the Great was emperor (306 - 337 CE). After seizing control he transferred the capital to Byzantium (Constantinople). It was Constantine who "Christianized" the Roman Empire ... in reality "paganising" Christianity and many false teachings of contemporary Christendom can be traced to this period.

In the next century Rome fell, in 476 CE and the German warlord Odoacer became its first "Barbarian King". 

The iron like "beast" was about to change again!

 features the following resources:

Section 1 : Reference Works (75 books -PDF format)

- "  The Roman Empire" - H Stuart Jones    
- "  Ancient History of Rome" - John Russell
- "  A History of the Roman Empire"  Thomas Keightley
- "  The Histories of Tacitus"
- "  The Annals of Tacitus"
- "  Decline & Fall of the Roman Empire (Vol 1)" - Edward Gibbon
- "  Decline & Fall of the Roman Empire "(Vol 2)" - Edward Gibbon
- "  Decline & Fall of the Roman Empire (Vol 3)" - Edward Gibbon
- "  Decline & Fall of the Roman Empire (Vol 4)" - Edward Gibbon
- "  Decline & Fall of the Roman Empire (Vol 5)" - Edward Gibbon
- "  Decline & Fall of the Roman Empire (Vol 6)" - Edward Gibbon
- "  The History of Ancient & Modern Rome" - Francis Jeffrey
- "  Ancient & Modern Rome"- George Keate
- "  The Twelve Caesars of the 1st Centrury" - Suetonius
- "  The Caesars" - Thomas De Quincey
- "  Roman life under the Caesars" - Emile Thomas
- "  The Tragedy of the Caesars (Vol 1)" - S Baring-Gould
- "  The Tragedy of the Caesars (Vol 2)" - S Baring-Gould
- "  The Foundation of the Roman Imperial System" - Warde Fowler
- "  The Life of Julius Caesar" - H G Liddell
- "  Augustus - his life & work"- Rene Francis
- "  Roman Scenes of the time of Augustus" - W A Becker
- "  Tiberius Caesar" - G P Baker
- "  Nero "- Jacob Abbott
- "  Civil War and Rebellion in the Roman Empire"- Bernard Henderson
- "  The History of Rome to the Death of Vespasian - William MacDermott
- "  A History of Rome to the Death of Domitian" - R W Browne
- "  Rome in its Ancient Grandeur" - Antoine Babuty Desgodets
- "  The Destruction of Ancient Rome"- Rodolfo Amedeo Lanciani
- "  Monuments of Ancient Rome" - Samuel Platner
- "  Temples, Tombs & Monuments of Ancient Rome" - William Adams
- "  Roman Sculpture" - Eugenie Strong
- "  Ancient Roman Marbles" - H W Pullen
- "   Culture in Ancient Rome" - Clarence Boyd
- "  Literature of Ancient Rome" - Dora Pym
- "  Poets of Rome - D'Arcy Thompson
- "  The Religious Life of Ancient Rome" - Jesse Benedict Carter
- "  The Religion of Ancient Rome "- Cyril Bailey
- "  Roman Mythology" - M A Dwight
- "  Stories of Ancient Rome" - Frederick Ricord
- "  Legends of Ancient Rome "- Herbert Wilkinson
- "  Myths and Legends of Rome" - E M Berens
- "  A History of the God's of Rome" - William Godwin
- "  Roman Philosophy and Science" - Charles Blomfield
- "  The School of Plato "- F W Bussell
- "  Roman Stoicism" - Edward Arnold
- "  Roman Society"  - Samuel Dill
- "  The International Law of Ancient Rome (Vol 1)" - Coleman Phillipson
- "  The International Law of Ancient Rome (Vol 2)" - Coleman Phillipson
- "  Roman Law in the New Testament" - Edward Hicks

Section 2 : Video (computer use only)

Seven interesting presentations (6 hours duation) featuring the history and culture of the ancient Rome.

Section 3 : Audio

Over twelve hours of audio books including readings from the classics and great
historical works. 

Section 4 : Pictures

Over 100 full color (jpeg) high quality images featuring the history, geography, archeology and rich heritage of  ancient Rome

                          A huge repository of knowledge and information concerning one of the most                                                                important "World Powers of Bible History".
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                         ANGLO - AMERICA 
The Colosseum
"The Spoils of Jerusalem" (Arch of Titus)
In 55 BCE Roman General Julius Caesar invaded Britannia but failed to establish a permanent settlement.  In 43 CE 
Emperor Claudius began a permanent conquest of southern Britain.

Then in 122 CE, Emperor Hadrian began to build a wall from the Tyne River in North East England to the Solway Firth , marking the northern limit of the Roman Empire.

Early in the fifth century, the Roman legions left Britain. By the 16th century, Britain was rated a "second rate power", its wealth being slight compared with that of the Netherlands. Its population was much less than that of France. Its armed forces (including its navy) were inferior to Spain's.  Britain at this point was an insignificant kingdom ... but all that was to change.

In 1588, Phillip II of Spain launched the Spanish Armada against Britain, a fleet of 130 ships carrying more than 24,000 men. The Armada was defeated by the British Navy ... with a little help from the weather!

This event marked the decisive passing of naval superiority from Spain to Britain. In the 17th century, the Dutch developed the worlds largest merchant navy.with growing oversea's colonies. However Britain eventually prevailed over that kingdom.  During the 18th century, Britain found itself in constant conflict with France, engaging in military conflicts in Canada, India ,North Africa and mainland Europe.  Peace eventually came with the crushing victory over Napoleon in 1815 CE. Britain was now the worlds greatest commercial and colonial power, with the British Empire embracing one fourth of the earths land surface and a a fourth of its population.

Part of the British Empire included 13 North American colonies.  Although happy to tax and control its  American interests, the British refused to allow the colonists any Parliamentary representation or self determination. This and other issues, eventually led  in 1775 to the American War of Independence with the colonists led by George Washington breaking free from British authority in 1783.

However, it soon became clear that political expediency required close links between the two countries and successful military alliances during World Wars 1 & 2 served to strengthen the "special relationship" between the two powers.

The resulting Anglo American dual world power constitutes the "horn having eyes" (mentioned at Daniel 7: 8, 11 & 20) that speaks "grandiose things" as it advocates democracy as the worlds greatest political system. It is also represented by the "feet of iron and clay" discussed at Daniel 2:34.

However, this final "World Power of Bible History" forgets God's Kingdom in its political scheming and like a huge rock carved from a mountain, this kingdom will crush it and all other human rulerships that fail to recognize the sovereignty of Jehovah God.  (Dan 2: 44 - 45).

"WORLD POWERS OF BIBLE HISTORY : COLLECTION 7 : ANGLO AMERICA " features the following resources:

Section 1 : Reference Works (75 books -PDF format)

- "  The History of the British Empire" - David Springhall
- "  The British Empire - its Origin and Destiny" - Edward Byers
- "  The British Empire "- Charles Prestwood Lucas
- "  The British Empire "- Charles Wentworth Dilke
- "  The British Empire" - Past, Present and Future - A. F. Pollard
- "  A Historical Geography of the British Empire" - H B George
- "  British History" - John Wade
- "  Queen Victoria" - Lytton Strachey
- "  Queen Victoria, her Life and Reign" - J.Castell Hopkins
- "  The Reign of Queen Vistoria" - Charles Morris
- "  Great Victorians" - T H S Escott
- "  Eminent Victorians" - J.Comyns Carr
- "  Britains Heritage of Science" - Arthur Schuster
- "  The Art of the British Empire" - Anon
- "  The Pioneers of Empire" - James Rochfort Maguire
- "  British Naval Power" - Hamilton Williams
- "  The British Empire in India (Vol 1)" - Edward Henry Nolan
- "  The British Empire in India (Vol 2)" - Edward Henry Nolan
- "  British Exploits in South America" - William Koebel
- "  The British in Australia" - Ida Lee
- "  Great Britain and Canada" - Henry Bourassa
- "  British Central Africa" - Harry Hamilton Johnston
- "  British South Africa" - Colin Turing Campbell
- "  The Boer War" - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
- "  Cecil Rhodes - the Man and his Work" - Gordan le Suer
- "  The Navel Supremacy of England" - William Clark Russell
- "  The Duke of Wellington" - George Hooper
- "  Napoleon and England" - Gordon Knox
- "  France and Britain at War" - H G Wells
- "  Britain and her American Colonies" - J. Beaufort Hurlbert
- "  German Ambitions and there affect on Britain and the USA" - William Arnold
- "  The Great Crime of 1914" - Frank Franklin
- "  The Great War and the Waging of it" - Theodore Jervey
- "  The Battle of the Nations (1914 - 1918)" - Frederick Kummer
- "  The Great War (1914 - 1918)" - Thomas Herbert Russell
- "  The Nations at War" - Willis Abbot
- "  America and Britain" - Andrew McLaughlin
- "  The History of the United States of America (Vol 1)" - James Grahame
- "  The History of the United States of America (vol 2)" - James Grahame
- "  The History of the United States of America (vol 3)" - James Grahame
- "  The History of the United States of America (Vol 4)" - James Grahame
- "  The War of American Independance" - John Ludlow
- "  George Washington" - Woodrow Wilson
- "  History of the American Civil War (Vol 1)" - John William Draper
- "  History of the American Civil War (Vol 2)" - John William Draper
- "  History of the American Civil War (Vol 3)" - John William Draper
- "  Abraham Lincoln" - Paul Angle
- "  A History of Slavery and its Abolition" - Esther Copley
- "  The American Slave Trade" - Jesse Torrey
- "  The Mexican War" - Edward Deering Mansfield
- "  The American Spanish War" - C C Haskell
- "  The Constitution of the USA" - US Government
- "  The History of the Government of the United States (Vol 1)" - Jacob Patton
- "  The History of the Government of the United States (Vol 2)" - Jacob Patton
- "  The Presidents of the United States" - Edward Ellis
- "  Art in America" - S G W Benjamin
- "  A History of American Art (Vol 1)" - Sadakichi Hartmann
- "  A History of American Art (Vol 2)" - Sadakichi Hartmann
- "  The Indian Races of North America" - Joel Headly
- "  The North American Indians (Vol 1)" - George Catlin
- "  The North American Indians (Vol 2)" - George Catlin
- "  The Systems of the United States and the British Empire" - Arthur Poley
- "  The Destiny of Britain & America" - William Mackendrick
- "  The Great Depression (1929 - 1933)" - Library of Congress
- "  World War 2 - A Concise History" - Roger Shugg
- "  World War 2 - The War against Japan" - Library of Congress
- "  World War 2 - The War against Germany and Italy" - Library of Congress
- "  The Korean War" - Library of Congress
- "  The Story of Anglo American Nuclear Cooperation" -  Library of Congress
- "  The Cuban Missile Crisis"  - Kurt Wiersma
- "  The Bay of Pigs Invasion (1961)" - Library of Congress
- "  The Vietnam War" - Library of Congress
- "  The 9.11 Commission Report" - Library of Congress
- "  The War with Iraq" - Library of Congress
- "  US - UK Relations in the 21st Century" - Library of Congress  

Section 2 : Video (AVI : computer use only)

6 hours of fascinating presentations featuring  the history and developent of the Anglo American World Power

Section 3: Audio (mp3 - computer use)

2 hours of  audio extracts from news reports, speeches and other items of interest.

Section 4 : Pictures

Over 50 full color (jpeg) high quality images featuring the history, geography and the modern influence of the Anglo American World Power.

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Queen Victoria
Lord Horatio Nelson
             Arthur Wellesley 
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Sir Winston Churchill
George Washington
Abraham Lincoln
Woodrow Wilson
Franklin Roosevelt
John F Kennedy
 "The World Powers of Bible History Collection"
                     All Seven Volumes

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- "The Greek Spirit" - Kate Stephens
- "Greece - Ancient and Modern" - Cornelius  Conway
- "Universities of Ancient Greece" - John Walden
- "Lays and Legends of Ancient Greece - John Blackie
- "The Politics of Ancient Greece" - Arnold Heeren
- "Customs of Ancient Greece (Vol 1) - C. Phillipson
- "Customs of Ancient Greece"(Vol 2) - C.Phillipson
- "Eastern Nations and Greece"- Philip Myers
- "Ancient Athens" - Ernest Gardner
- "The Literature of Ancient Greece - Karl Muller
- "A Manuel of Greek Sculpture" - George Redford
- "Greek Sculpture" - John Flaxman
- "Greek Coins" - John Ward
- "Coins of Alexander the Great" - Edward Newell
- "A Dictionary of Greek Geography" - William Smith
- "Actors & Acting in Ancient Greece" - John O'Connor
- "Greek Dress" - Ethel Abrahams
- "Temples & Monuments of Greece - W.Davenport
- "Aristotle and Educational Ideals" - Thomas Davidson
- "The Life of Alexander the Great - Anon
- "Alexander in India" - Quintus Curtuis Rufus
- " Politics in Rome" - Frank Abbott
- " The Common People of Ancient Rome" - Frank Abbott
- " Women in Ancient Rome" - James Donaldson
- " The Women of the Caesars" - Guglielmo Ferrero
- " Childhood in Ancient Rome" - Walton McDaniel
- " Business life in Ancient Rom" - Charles Herbermann
- " A Day in Ancient Rome" - Edgar Shumway
- " Ancient Rome in the Light of Recent Discoveries - Rodolfo Lanciani
- " What Rome was Built with" - Mary Porter
- " The Remains of Ancient Rome (Vol 1)" - J H Middleton
- " The Remains of Ancient Rome (Vol 2)" - JH Middleton
- " The Jews Under Roman Rule" - William Morrison
- " The Jews in Rome" - B L Benas
- " The Siege of Jerusalem by Titus" - Thomas Lewin
- " The Early Christians in Rome" - H D M Spence-Jones
- " Christianity and the Roman Empire" - William Addis
- " Christians Inscriptions in Ancient Rome" - H E Fox
- " The Catacombs at Rome" - Benjamin Scott
- " The Conversion of the Roman Empire" - Charles Merivale
- " The Church and the Roman Empire" - Arthur Carr
- " Rome in the First Century" - James De Mille
- " The Roman Empire of the Second Century" - W W Capes
- " The Holy Roman Empire" - James Bryce
- " The Roman Empire & the British Empire" - James Bryce
- " Ancient Rome & Modern America" - Ferrero Guglielmo
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  World Powers of Bible History: Egypt 

 100 Major Reference Works (PDF), 12 Hours of Video &  Hours of Audio Presentations, Hundreds of Pictures and much more, providing you with an incredible digital resource on the history and importance of Egypt - the first World Empire of Bible History  on One Huge Resource.                (DVD ROM - Computer Use Only).

Thutmose III    (reign:1479 BCE to 1425 BCE) created the largest empire Egypt had ever seen.
Video Presentation: "The Assyrians in the British Museum"
                      "World Powers of Bible History: Assyria"
Everything you will ever need to know about the Assyrian Empire... in one massive resource!
Sir Austen Henry Layard, British explorer, archaeologist and diplomat located and excavated  in 1849 the massive lost temple of Sennacherib ... a ruler Bible critics claimed never existed! Most of Layard's artifacts were sent to the British Museum in London, where Bible students can still enjoy studying his discoveries to this day.
"A Protective Spirit" from Sennecharibs palace. Notice the crux ansarta above the wings ... an ancient symbol of life used centuries before Christendom adopted the cross as the supposed method of Jesus execution. 
The cruelty and brutality of the Assyrian Empire was proverbial in the ancient world.
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Mother and Child worship in Ancient Egypt
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