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  1. Daniel

  2. Susa Iran Daniel’s Tomb

  3. Map of Mesopotamia

  4. Daniel

  5. Map of Mesopotamia

  6. Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego

  7. The Central Message of Daniel God rewards uncompromising faith God rules in the kingdoms and affairs of ALL nations

  8. Who was Daniel At least three in Scripture He was of the tribe of Judah He was either of the royal family or a noble He had a determined faith

  9. Adjusting to Babylon Taken to Babylon in 606 BC Begins training in language and culture of the Chaldeans (Babylonians)

  10. How Long Did Daniel Serve? Taken to Babylon in 606 BC “Remained” in some capacity until the first year of Cyrus – 536 BC Last prophecy in third year of Cyrus – 533 BC At least 73 years

  11. Chronological Sequence of Daniel Chapters 1-4 Chapters 7-8 Chapters 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 9 Chapters 10-12 Nebuchadnezzar Belshazzar Darius Cyrus

  12. The Languages of Daniel Daniel 1.1-2.3 Hebrew Daniel 2.4-7.28 Aramaic Daniel 8.1-12.13 Hebrew

  13. Daniel

  14. Structure of Daniel Chapter 1 Chapters 2-7 Chapters 8-12 Introduction Destiny of Nations Destiny of Israel Aramaic Hebrew

  15. Daniel Chapter 2 The Prophetic Image

  16. Babylon Medo-Persia Greece Kingdom of God Rome

  17. Babylon First Beast of Daniel 7.4 (Winged Lion)

  18. Winged Lion of Babylon

  19. Medo-Persia Second Beast of Daniel 7.5 Bear raised up on one side

  20. Medo-Persia Ram of Daniel 8 Two horns, but one longer Daniel 8.3, 20

  21. Greece Third Beast of Daniel 7.6 Like a 4-winged Leopard

  22. Greece Male Goat of Daniel 8.5 Daniel 8.21

  23. Greece Kingdom of Daniel 11.3-4

  24. Fourth Beast of Daniel 7.7 Daniel 7.19-28 Daniel 8.23ff Daniel 9.26-27 Rome

  25. Babylon Medo-Persia Greece Kingdom of God Rome

  26. Kingdom of God Mark 1.14-15 Mark 9.1 Colossians 1.13-14 Hebrews 12.28

  27. Daniel

  28. Daniel Chapter 3 The Pathetic Image

  29. Herodotus (c. 484-c. 425 BC) “Father” of “History”

  30. Herodotus Book 1, 178-186 Concerning Babylon The city was in the form of a square, 14 miles on each side, and of enormous magnitude

  31. Herodotus Book 1, 178-186 Concerning Babylon The brick wall was 56 miles long, 300 feet high, 25 feet thick with another wall 75 feet behind the first wall, and the wall extended 35 feet below the ground

  32. Herodotus Book 1, 178-186 Concerning Babylon There were 250 towers that were 450 feet high. A wide and deep moat encircled the city.

  33. Herodotus Book 1, 178-186 Concerning Babylon The Euphrates River also flowed through the middle of the city. Ferry boats and a 1/2 mi. long bridge with drawbridges closed at night.

  34. Herodotus Book 1, 178-186 Concerning Babylon The "Hanging Gardens" built by Nebuchadnezzar for his Median queen were considered one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world. Water was raised from the river by hydraulic pumps.

  35. Herodotus Book 1, 178-186 Concerning Babylon There were 8 massive gates that led to the inner city and 100 brass gates. The streets were paved with stone slabs 3 feet square.

  36. Herodotus Book 1, 178-186 Concerning Babylon There was "the great Tower" (Ziggurat) and 53 temples including the "GreatTemple of Marduk," and 180 altars to Ishtar.

  37. Herodotus Book 1, 178-186 Concerning Babylon In Nebuchadnezzar's palace were the Golden image of Baal together with the Golden Table (both weighing over 50,000 lbs of solid gold), also 2 golden lions and a solid gold human figure (18 feet high).

  38. Herodotus Book 1, 178-186 Concerning Babylon Nebuchadnezzar’s palace was considered to be the most magnificent building ever erected on earth.

  39. Daniel Chapter 3 The Pathetic Image

  40. Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego Daniel Chapter 3

  41. Daniel Chapter 4 Nebuchadnezzar is brought to his senses

  42. Daniel Chapter 5 End of the Babylonian Empire

  43. Relief of Nabonidus Praying to the sun, moon and Venus

  44. Cylinder of Nabonidus

  45. Cylinder of Nabonidus - Sippar

  46. Mene = 50 Shekels Mene = 50 Shekels Tekel = Shekel Upharsin = Half Shekels (singular = Peres (divided))

  47. Daniel Chapter 5 End of the Babylonian Empire Isaiah 44.27-28; 45.1 Jeremiah 50.38; 51.36 Isaiah 47.1