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See the Babylonian Chronicle BM 21901, lines 10–11; Wiseman 1956: 12–13, 54–55; Grayson 1975a: 18, 91. 62. See the Babylonian Chronicle BM 21901, lines 11–15; Wiseman 1956: 54–57; Grayson 1975a: 18, 91–92; Parker and Dubberstein 1956: 27. 63. See the Babylonian Chronicle BM 21901, line 16; Wiseman 1956: 13, 56–57; Grayson 1975a: 18, 92; Parker and Dubberstein 1956: 27. 64. See the Babylonian Chronicle BM 21901, line 17–22; Wiseman 1956: 13, 56–57; Grayson 1975a: 18, 92. 65. See the Babylonian Chronicle BM 21901, line 31; Wiseman 1956: 13, 56–57; Grayson 1975a: 18, 92.
105 There is no information about the other Philistine coastal cities. 106 However, one may conjecture that during the long years of the Pax Assyriaca they maintained close ties with Egypt and that they were the ﬁrst to recognize its status as a successor state. 1). At a fairly early stage of Egyptian rule of the region, Egypt established control as far as Phoenicia, subjugating Tyre and apparently Arwad as well (Katzenstein 1973: 299 n. 24; 313 n. 100; Redford 1992: 442). Tyre was restored to its status as a vassal city-state at this time.
See the Babylonian Chronicle BM 25127, line 39; Wiseman 1956: 10–11, 54–55; Grayson 1975a: 90. 55. e. ” On this subject, see the discussion below, and see Naªaman 1991a: 33–41. 56. For this reconstruction, see Beaulieu 1997: 382–83. 57. According to Grayson’s reconstruction (1975b: 30), the importance of the conquest of Nippur by Nabopolassar is marked in the same segment of the chronicle that alludes to Nippur joining Babylon in the early days of the king’s reign. On this subject, see also the opinion of Cole 1996: 79–80.