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Artaxerxes. 1761.

Thomas Augustine Arne

Artaxerxes. 1761.

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Published by William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California in Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Operas -- To 1800 -- Librettos

  • Edition Notes

    The libretto is an English translation, by the composer of Metastasio"s Artaserse. Cf. Loewenberg. Annals of opera.

    StatementIntrod. by William Gillis.
    SeriesAugustan Reprint Society. Publication, no. 99, Publication (Augustan Reprint Society) ;, no. 99.
    ContributionsMetastasio, Pietro, 1698-1782.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML50.A734 A7 1963
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 47 p.
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5906032M
    LC Control Number64005020
    OCLC/WorldCa412573

    Search Results by Book. All Books. Old Testament (15) even I, King Artaxerxes, issue a decree to all the treasurers who are in the provinces beyond the River, that whatever Ezra the priest, the scribe of the law of the God of heaven, may require of you, it shall be done diligently, even up to talents of silver, kors of wheat,


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Artaxerxes had to face a Artaxerxes. 1761. book in Egypt in – BC led by Inaros II, who was the son of a Libyan prince named Psamtik, presumably descended from the Twenty-sixth Dynasty of BC, Inaros II revolted against the Persians with the help of his Athenian allies, and defeated the Persian army commanded by satrap Persians retreated to Memphis, and Father: Xerxes I.

Question: "Who was Artaxerxes in the Bible?" Answer: Artaxerxes was king of Persia from c. to c. He was a son of King Xerxes (Ahasuerus) and is often referred to as Artaxerxes I Longimanus.

Ezra and Nehemiah both traveled from Persia to Jerusalem from the court of Artaxerxes. Artaxerxes. Los Angeles, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Augustine Arne; Pietro Metastasio.

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ARTAXERXES. ar-taks-urk'-sez (Artaxerxes): Is the Greek and Latin form of one, and perhaps of two or three kings of Persia mentioned in the Old Testament.

(1) All are agreed that the Artaxerxes at whose court Ezra and Nehemiah were officials is Artaxerxes I, the son of Xerxes, commonly called Longimanus, who reigned from to BC. Artaxerxes I, (died bc, Susa, Elam [now in Iran]), Achaemenid king of Persia (reigned – bc).

He was surnamed in Greek Macrocheir (“Longhand”) and in Latin Longimanus. Artaxerxes. 1761. book A younger son of Xerxes I and Amestris, he was raised to the throne by the commander of the guard, Artabanus, who had murdered Xerxes.A few months later, Artaxerxes slew Artabanus.

Artaxerxes became involved in a war with Persia's erstwhile allies, the Spartans, during the Corinthian War ( BC). The Spartans under their king Agesilaus II had started by invading Asia Minor in BC. To redirect the Spartans' attention to Greek affairs, Artaxerxes subsidized their enemies through his envoy Timocrates of Rhodes; in particular, the Father: Darius II.

Read this book on Questia. The Reputation of METASTASIO, Author of the following Drama, is too well Eſtabliſhed in the learned World, to need any Apology for giving the Public a Tranſlation of Artaxerxes, an Opera performed and admired all over as the narrative Part of this Drama may ſeem too barren of forcible Epithets, which, in reading or ſpeaking, dignify the Stile.

Artaxerxes (the Artaxerxes. 1761. book warrior).The first Artaxerxes is mentioned in and appears identical with Smerdis, the Magian impostor and pretended brother of Cambyses, who usurped the throne B.C.

and reigned eight (Nehemiah ) we have another may safely identify him with Artaxerxes Macrocheir or Longimanus, the son of Xerxces, who reigned B.C. Artaxerxes has books on Goodreads, and is currently reading A Drizzle of Honey: The Life and Recipes of Spain's Secret Jews by David M.

Gitlitz and M. Artaxerxes (opera), a opera by Thomas Arne. Artaxerxes, a main-belt asteroid. The wizard Artaxerxes, a character in J.R.R.

Tolkien's novella " Roverandom " Ardeshir (disambiguation) #N#Disambiguation page providing links to topics that could be referred to by the same search term. This disambiguation page lists articles about people. Artaxerxes I of Persia was the fifth king of the Achaemenid Dynasty. His father was the former King Xerxes and he ruled the Persian Empire from B.C.

to B.C. which is where he appears on the Biblical Timeline Chart. King Xerxes was murdered shortly before King Artaxerxes ascended the throne. The assassin who [ ].

Kingly Chronology in the Book of Ezra. by: Eric Lyons, As if the spelling and pronunciation of Ahasuerus and Artaxerxes were not problematic enough for the average Bible student, one must also consider these Persian kings in light of the order in which they are mentioned in.

Artaxerxes I = Ahasuerus (Hebrew) in EzraArtaxerxes a translation of Artachsasta (Aramaic) in Ezra - 23 and Nehemia - and Ahasuerus in Esther Darius II = Darius in Ezra Artaxerxes II = Artaxerxes a translation of Artachsasta in Ezra - The duration of the Babylonian exile.

Question: "Who was Xerxes in the Bible?" Answer: The name Xerxes does not appear in the Hebrew text of Scripture. However, it does appear throughout the book of Esther in the NIV and NASB. In the Hebrew text, the king’s name is.

The first Artaxerxes, among all the kings of Persia the most remarkable for a gentle and noble spirit, was surnamed the Long-handed, his right hand being longer than his left, and was the son of Xerxes. The second, whose story I am now writing, who had the surname of the Mindful, was the grandson of the former, by his daughter Parysatis, who brought Darius four sons, the.

Artaxerxes, king of kings, unto Ezra the priest, a scribe of the law of the God of heaven, perfect peace, and at such a time. Ezra | View whole chapter | See verse in context And I, even I Artaxerxes the king, do make a decree to all the treasurers which are beyond the river, that whatsoever Ezra the priest, the scribe of the law of the.

Artaxerxes II, Achaemenid king of Persia (reigned –/). He was the son and successor of Darius II and was surnamed (in Greek) Mnemon, meaning “the mindful.” When Artaxerxes took the Persian throne, the power of Athens had been broken in the Peloponnesian War (–), and the Greek towns.

The Old Testament book of Nehemiah takes place during a time of exile and captivity for the Jewish people. In this fascinating account, Nehemiah, the Jewish cupbearer to the Persian King Artaxerxes [1], successfully petitions to take a group back to Jerusalem to rebuild the city walls after hearing they are in : Gail Wallace.

Artaxerxes’ reign astronomically fixed. The decisive evidence for the length of Artaxerxes’ rule is the astronomical information found on a number of tablets dated to his reign. One such text is the astronomical "diary" "VAT ", clearly dated to the 11th year of Artaxerxes.

Birth: B.C. Death: B.C. Artaxerxes of Persia. Artaxerxes I of Persia was the fifth king of the Achaemenid Dynasty. His father was the former King Xerxes and he ruled the Persian Empire from B.C. to B.C. which is where he appears on the Biblical Timeline en: Parysatis, Darius II.

Artaxerxes Longimanus, the son of Xerxes I, is the king referred to at Ezra and Nehemiah ; Whereas most reference works give his accession year as B.C.E., there is sound reason for placing it in B.C.E.

—See PERSIA, PERSIANS (The Reigns of. In the seventh year of Artaxerxes I. ( B.C.) the Babylonian Jews requested that permission should be given to the priest Ezra to visit Palestine, with full power over the Jews there, and to enforce the book of the Law as the will of the king.

How the king acceded to this request, and how Ezra endeavored to carry out his mission, are well known. But the Watchtower, have produced very good evidence to our thinking that Xerxes was coregent with his father Darius I for 10 years (Insight book II - Persia).

Everybody agrees that the first regnal year of Darius II began in Nisan (March/April), with Artaxerxes I dying in the winter of the Hebrew year from Nisan to Adar.

Artaxerxes Persian kings of the Achaemenid Dynasty. Artaxerxes I, “Long Hand.” Artaxerxes I reigned from to B.C. He attained the throne after his father Xerxes I was killed as the result of a court conspiracy.

At the beginning of his reign Artaxerxes put down an uprising by the Egyptians, who were supported by the Athenians; the latter had. In the chronologies of Bishop Ussher and Floyd Jones there is an unsubstantiated gap or space of 80–82 years between the return of the Jews from the Babylonian captivity and the commencement of the 70 weeks of years of Daniel –The main reason for such a space is the unproved assumption that the Darius (Hystaspis) of Ezra –15 is a different king to the.

The first Artaxerxes, 1 preeminent among the kings of Persia for gentleness and magnanimity, was surnamed Longimanus, because his right hand was longer than his left, and was the son of Xerxes; the second Artaxerxes, 2 the subject of this Life, was surnamed Memor, or Mindful, and was the grandson of the first by his daughter Dareius 3 and Parysatis had four.

This means, then, that the Artaxerxes of the books of Ezra and Nehemiah was Artaxerxes I Longimanus, the son and successor of Xerxes I (the Ahasuerus of Ezra and the Book of Esther).

He is prob. the Artaxerxes of Ezrabut this identification presupposes that vv. are somewhat parenthetical, providing further information on the. The first year of Artaxerxes Longimanus is B.C The decree of Artaxerxes in his 20th. year. Most prophetic students would consider that the decree of Artaxerxes in the 20th.

year of his reign in Neh.2v1., and Nehemiah's return to Jerusalem, fulfilled the start of the years of prophecy that are mentioned in Dan.9v ARTAXERXES [ISBE] ARTAXERXES - ar-taks-urk'-sez (Artaxerxes): Is the Greek and Latin form of one, and perhaps of two or three kings of Persia mentioned in the Old Testament.

(1) All are agreed that the Artaxerxes at whose court Ezra and Nehemiah were officials is Artaxerxes I, the son of Xerxes, commonly called Longimanus, who reigned from to BC. The Decree of Artaxerxes (Ezra 7) December 16 We return now to the book of Ezra. The events of Ezra 6 occurred during the reign of Darius the Great.

Chapter 7 jumps forward to the reign of his grandson Artaxerxes I, also known as Longimanus ( B.C.). It was between these two chapters that the events of the book of Esther took place.

Artaxerxes. Galba. Otho. General Index (Loeb Classical Library) (Volume XI) by Plutarch (Author), Bernadotte Perrin (Translator) out of 5 stars 2 ratings.

ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. 5/5(2). Noun: 1. Artaxerxes - king of Persia who subdued numerous revolutions and made peace with Sparta (. BC). Artaxerxes. The Books of Ezra and Nehemiah present the Persian Emperor Artaxerxes in a fairly confusing and non-chronological way.

For instance, Ezra says that Artaxerxes—thanks to the influence of some devious locals—stops the building. We all know that Enoch was mentioned in the book of Genesis “And Enoch walked with God: and he was not; for God took him” (Genesis ).

It also gives more details to some verses in the Book of Genesis. ”And when the angels, the sons of heaven, beheld them, they became enamoured of them, saying to each other, Come, let us select for ourselves wives from the.

ARTAXERXES II, Achaemenid Great King whose personal name is given as Arsaces (Ctesias F 14 apud Photius in Jacoby, Fragmente) or Arsicas (Ctesias F 15a, apud Plutarch, Artoxerxesetc.) or as Oarsēs (for ho Ársēs?) by Dino (F 14 [Jacoby], apud Plutarch, loc.

cit.).He was the oldest son of Darius II and Parysatis, thus a grandson of Artaxerxes I. [ The Letter of Artaxerxes to Ezra] This is a copy of the letter that King Artaxerxes gave Ezra the priest, the scribe, expert in the words of the commandments of.

Birth: B.C. Death: B.C. General Notes. Lost Egypt in BC. King of Persia and Egypt Artaxerxes II Mnemon Achaemenid died B.C. "Artaxerxes at that time had but a little hold on life, by reason of his extreme age, and so, when he heard of the fate of Arsames, he could not sustain it at all, but sinking at once under the weight of his grief and Children: Rodogoune, Artaxerxes III, Phriapatius / Phriapites, Artaxerxes IV, Shah of Persia, Artakhshassa.

ARTAXERXES I, a son of Xerxes I and Amestris, whose name Flavius Josephus (Jewish Antiquities ) gives as Cyrus, Persian king to B.C. Greek authors (first Plutarch, Artoxerxes ) give him the surname “Longhanded, Long-armed” (Makrocheir, Latin Macrochir, Longimanus, New Persian Ardašīr-e derāzdast).They explain the term.

in das Teutsche gebracht von J. (Statement Of Responsibility). Three acts; pages unnumbered throughout; "Vorbericht"--p. [4]-[5]; synopsis of first and description of second ballet--p.

[73]-[74]. "Die Musick ist von dem Herrn Joseph Scarlatti"--p. [6]. "Die Tänze sind von der Erfindung des Herrn Caspar Angiolini"--p. [74]. "Die Musick hierzu [i.e., zu den Tänzen] von. Artaxerxes I - Regnal Years and Timeline. Daniel's prophecy of 69 weeks commences with a decree to restore and rebuild Jerusalem, and the timeline of Artaxerxes I verifies when Artaxerxes issued that decree to Ezra.

Daniel (along with Ezra and Nehemiah) reckoned regnal years by the accession-year system and civil calendar years running Tishri-Elul (see Regnal Year Reckoning).Ezra In the days of Artaxerxes, &c. — The sacred writer, having in the foregoing verse mentioned a stop being put to the building of the temple, till the reign of Darius, now proceeds to relate particularly how it was effected.

By Artaxerxes here is probably meant the son of Cyrus, called Cambyses by heathen writers."The favorite Overture in the Opera of Artaxerxes adapted for Two Performers on one Harpsichord or Piano Forte" Purchase Javascript is required for this ities: WorldCat; Wikipedia; VIAF: ; .