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    Posted: 28-Dec-2014 at 08:00

I think i have already posted this in another topic (Alusharshid, where/when Sharrukin warned me it was going off-topic). But the comment form on this site (http://www.ancient.eu/article/744/) isn't working and i don't like having spent the time for nothing (and my blog is too slow lately / now a days) so may as well post it here (since not much happening here for ages).
(Always a challenge to remember to search forum first to see if already a topic/thread. I couldn't find one.)

According to Hislop the golden cup of Semiramis is in/from Pliny. (It also sounds abit like the Holy Grail?)

As to Semiramis i have a theory/thesis that Semiramis of Babylon is at least partly based on Hammurabi. (I may be possibly wrong ["pseudo-history/un-scholarly"], but may not be.) I can't see that Babylonian Semiramis (only/wholly) matches late Assyrian queen Shammuramat ca 800 bc.

Earlier modern scholars disputed whether there was 1 Semiramis or 2/+. Biblical scholars believe that Semiramis [1] was at the time of the Tower of Babel. However, could the Babylonian queen Semiramis/S(h)ammu-ramat 1 (of 2) or 2 (of 3) (of Dio Sic, Herodotus, Ctesias, Josephus, Berosus, etc) be (C)hammu-rabi/Khammu Rabi/Khammuragas/kimta-rapashti (and/or Shamsiadad 1)? (Though I have seen a source that reckons Berosus mentioned both Semiramis and Hammurabi?) Some similarities include:

->Semi-ramis 1/2 (legendary): described as “king”/“wore a garment that did not show whether she was man or woman”, Babylon/Assyria/Chaldea queen, 42yrs (or 55yrs Belus) (62 yrs old), wife of Ninus son of Belus, warrior/conquered whole middle eastern world/invaded Kush & India/military campaign against Medes & Chaldeans, founded/(re-)built Babylon/Hanging Gardens/embankments/walls/many cities, daughter of Syrianess, Syrian letters, Ninus demanded Semiramis from Menones, “woman of palace of Shamsi-adad”, of Mede mtns (nth), plants/flowers/trees, Nineveh, Ishtar, [shepherd Simmos/Simmas, abandoned as child,] Shammuramat-Su (river), etc.

->Hammu-rabi (historical): toga like robe, (darling of the sun god,) Babylon king, 42yrs or 55 yrs, close to date of Belus, a victorious general/warrior, great builder of cities/irrigation systems/temples/fortifications, Amorite/W Semit/from Syria, demanded return of statues taken by Khedorlaomer, conquered Shamsi-adad's dyn, Kassite from Elam mtns, lotus, Nineveh temple of Ishtar, [shepherd of his people, Shamash/Utu, Sippar, trial by water/cf Moses,] Nahar-Khammurabi (river), etc.

A list of Hammurabi's ancestors has some same names as early kings of Assyrian king list.
Semiramis & Hammurabi (42 yrs, afterAdusin/Abilsin of Babylon, &/or after Waradsin &/or Rim-sin/Eri-aku of Larsa) may be same as Queen Homai of Persian (32 yrs, successor of Ardshir)?
Ctesias' Attosa ("Semiramis"?) date 1448- 1425/1428-1421 is close to 1419 bc date of some for Venus tablets [&/or "ca 1565-1522 bc" for Hammurabi?]

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I remember reading Hislop many years ago. He was trying to prove that Catholicism (as opposed to his own Protestantism) was a continuation of the paganism of ancient Babylon founded by Nimrod and Semiramis.

The golden cup he refers to is the imagery from the Bible - book of Jeremiah and the book of Revelation - wherein a lady portrays Babylon and her cup portrays false teachings. But a footnote (I've doubled checked) refers to Cyrus the Great conquering Babylon and finding the wine-bowl of Semiramis, weighing 15 talents. It doesn't sounds like the Holy Grail, which is smaller and of a different material.

Semiramis seems to have gathered a large body of traditions around her. What do the earliest records say about her?
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  Quote Sidney Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28-Dec-2014 at 18:13
I do not know if he is the earliest reference, but Herodotus, in Book I of his Histories says;
"Of this Babylon, besides many other rulers, of whom I shall make mention in the Assyrian history, and who added improvement to the walls and temples, there were also two who were women. Of these, the one who ruled first, named Semiramis, who lived five generations before the other, produced banks of earth in the plain which are a sight worth seeing; and before this the river used to flood like a sea over the whole plain. The queen who lived after her time, named Nitocris, was wiser than she who had reigned before....This queen then is reported to have been such as I have described: and it was the son of this woman, bearing the same name as his father, Labynetos, and being ruler over the Assyrians, against whom Cyrus was marching."

So according to this chronology of Herodotus, Semiramis is six generations before the time that Cyrus took Babylon in 540 BC. I don't know what the other sources say.


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Sources include Diodorus Siculus, Justin; and then there is the Behistun Inscription.

Tho there is a problem with the Assyrians Kings list ie. 'Ninus'.

In cases like this I'd revert back to drinking tiswin except my Doc has me off the stuff.

otoh; various reports have her as a 'hottie' so all is not lost.

ps. late note.

I couldn't remember why just a bit ago; of why Diodorus left me with the impression she was a 'hottie'. Then a shock from petting the cat reminded me.

She was originally married supposedly to one 'Onnes'; a general of the mythical king. Once the King saw her, he forced his general to commit suicide and then married her. Must of been a hottie then. Kings don't do that for the less than fairer eh.

Sound familiar?

It should.

David-Bathsheba-Uriah etc.

Damn I need to pet the cat more.



Edited by Centrix Vigilis - 29-Dec-2014 at 04:30
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  Quote Arthur-Robin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29-Dec-2014 at 05:48
Thanks Sidney,

Good point, I hadn't thought of the earilest. My sources/refs include: 'sharrukin', ceram, herodotus*, josephus, pratney, hislop, ctesias*, dio Sic*, wiki, hoeh, Armenian, pliny, Berosus, me/Sean, Lissner, rawlinson, layard, eusebius, clinton, syncellus, and others not recorded/remembered.
 I'm not sure which of them is the earliest, maybe Herodotus as you say.

The Herodotus 5 gens before Nitocris &/or Labynetos [Nabonidus (of the Naramsin date)?] is interesting (i had noticed that myself too but left that out).
A generation [or dynasty?] can be either 20? 30, 40 or 100/110/120 years [or even a phoenix?]. So 5/6 gens could be anywhere from 200 to 500/600 years. And Nitocris can be any of a few of possibilities. So Hammurabi/Shamsiadad 1/Venus tablets and the orthodox Shammuramat/Shamsiadad 5 are both possible? (She is "Babylonian" not Assyrian (excepting Ninus & Ninyas)?) Though Babylon ziggurat was built by a king 42 generations before Nebuchadnezzar. (Is 42 gens related to Semiramis' 42 years? [and Jonah's 40 days?])

Yes the golden cup is in the bible in Jeremiah and in Revelation/Apocalyspe, and there is the footnote about Cyrus. But according to Hislop the 'golden cup of Semiramis' is from Pliny (not bible).

What material was the grail? The grail is often considered a female/yoni symbol/vessel hence Sara, Mary [Guinevere?, Igraine?, Yseult?] (The stone is a male/linga symbol?)

Thanks Centrix

Onnes sounds abit like Oannes, though probably not related?

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Oannes as I recall was a Bab myth sea god. supposedly taught wisdom iirc.
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Originally posted by Arthur-Robin

The Herodotus 5 gens before Nitocris &/or Labynetos [Nabonidus (of the Naramsin date)?] is interesting (i had noticed that myself too but left that out). A generation [or dynasty?] can be either 20? 30, 40 or 100/110/120 years [or even a phoenix?]. So 5/6 gens could be anywhere from 200 to 500/600 years. And Nitocris can be any of a few of possibilities.

My first instinct would be say that since it is Herodotus using the term 'generation' in relation to Semiramis, then it is best to see how he uses the term elsewhere in his History. He does not use it to mean 'dynasty' or 'phoenix', but clearly links it either to a parent-child relationship, or as a way of counting successive monarchs. 6 generations, for Herodotus, would be no more than 200 years in his reckoning.

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Originally posted by Centrix Vigilis

I couldn't remember why just a bit ago; of why Diodorus left me with the impression she was a 'hottie'. Then a shock from petting the cat reminded me.

She was originally married supposedly to one 'Onnes'; a general of the mythical king. Once the King saw her, he forced his general to commit suicide and then married her. Must of been a hottie then. Kings don't do that for the less than fairer eh.

Sound familiar?

It should.

David-Bathsheba-Uriah etc.

Damn I need to pet the cat more.

The link between Semiramis/Onnes/Ninus made me think of Bathsheba/Uriah/David also. Unfortunately the circumstances are different - Uriah was unaware of David's attraction to his wife, and died in battle whilst abstaining from sex. On the other hand, Onnes knew that Ninus was after his wife and hung himself at a result, having had frequent sex with her whilst on campaign.

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Diodorus Siculus, in his Library of History Vol.II, recounts the history of Semiramis. His queen is quite obviously a mythological person – the daughter of a sea goddess; fed by doves; brought up by shepherds; so beautiful that the king wished to marry her so her existing husband voluntarily hanged himself; wife of King Ninus who built Ninevah and she herself built Babylon; she was a warrior who (nearly) conquered the great empires of Asia, Egypt, Ethiopia and India; and the end of her life she turned into a dove and flew up to heaven where she is a goddess.

Chronologically Diodorus places her at the start of the Babylonian history. Her husband, Ninus, was the first king of Assyria. She reigned alone for 42 years (until she was 62 years old). Her son, Ninyas, succeeded her as the second king of Assyria. From Ninyas to Sardanapalus, the last king of her dynasty, is 30 generations of kings, succeeding father to son for 1360 years. Diodorus asserts that 20 generations from Ninyas, when the Assyrians had ruled 1,000 years, the Trojan War occurred. He then contradicts/adds to his earlier statement of time, saying that Sardanapalus was the 30th in line from Ninus, there being about 1400 years of rulership until the Medes overthrew him.

Diodorus fixes the Trojan War as 408 years before the 1st Olympiad (ie 1184 BC), hence the Babylonian kings reigned (using his slightly movable figures) from c.2200 – 800 BC. He gives 9 successive Kings of the Medes as ruling over the jurisdiction of Babylon for c.250 years after the fall of Sardanapalus, down to the reign of Astyges who was overthrown by Cyrus the Persian. Since Astyges' downfall is dated to 550 BC, this fits neatly with the rest of Diodorus' timeline (whether or not it is true). Diodorus' date for Semiramis is therefore c.2200 BC.

This is very different from the date suggested in Herodotus (of c.740 BC).


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  Quote Arthur-Robin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29-Dec-2014 at 21:55
There are clearly 2 or 3 different times confounded. 1 is Nimrod/Babel c 2000s bc. 2 is Hammurabi/Shamsiadad I c 1400/1300s bc. 3 is Shammuramat/Shamshiadad V/Jonah c 800 bc.

The 1st king of Assyria and built Nineveh fits with the Old Assyrian/Shamsiadad 1, and start of Babylonian history (and the "1st" of Herodotus?) fits with Old Babylonian/Hammurabi & Venus tablets (which was also confounded with Nimrod time, and either/both could match the 42 ages from king that built Babylon ziggurat to Nebuchadnezzar II). Waddell makes a good case for Hammurabi being Pundarika of Indian lists.

Doves (& sea) connect with Jonah? (&/or doves connect with Holy Spirit, compare Isis goddess of wind?)

"Myth" has historical truth.

I don't agree with the generation/s of Herodotus, but i could be wrong, and yours could fit with [170/166 yrs of Newton?].
"Herodotus said the Assyrians were masters of Asia for 520 years" [from "1220 to 700"?]
72 books of Bel, 42 ages (Nebuchadnezzar), 30/20 gens (Dio Sic), 5 gens (Herodotus).

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  Quote Arthur-Robin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29-Dec-2014 at 22:29
"And if Ctesias says that the Assyrian power is many years older than the Greek, the exodus of Moses from Egypt will appear to have taken place in the 42nd year of the Assyrian empire, in the 32nd year of the reign of Belochus, in the time of Amosis the Egyptian, and of Inachus the Argive." - Clement of Alexandria, Stomta. [Note the 42 and 32?]

"According to the history of Thallus, Belus preceded the Trojan war 322 years.—Theoph. ad Aut." [Contrast this with your Dio Sic period/length?]

the Venus tablets of Ammisaduga (1st Bab Dyn) have been dated anywhere from 2113/2105 bc or 1977/1956 bc to 1419 bc to 8th cent bc.

Sayce's date for Hammurabi from Annalistic tablet is 2290-2235 bc.

“The astronomical observations sent by Kallisthenes from Babylon to Aristotle in 331 bc reached back 1903 yrs to 2234 bc”.

the Assyrians had periods of 1805 yrs, the last one ending in 712 bc.

Ninus (contemporary of Semiramis) was said to have been 1995 years before Philip of Macedon (197bc), or 2192bc.

Clinton's/Layard's arrived at date for Ninus is 2182 bc.
Hislop/Eusebius/Syncellus attributed date for Ninus is 1996/1987 bc.

Asshurbanipal's statement that he recaptured the statue of Nana which had been carried of from Uruk to Susa by Kutir-nakhunte (contemp of Samsuiluna) some 1635 or 1850 years before him (650 bc) giving a date of 2285 or 2220 bc.

"according to Stephanos of Byzantium Bab built 1002yrs before Trojan war (1229) which would bring us to 2231 bc."

"Ctesias noted that the Assyrian power endured 1306 [or dated Semiramis 1500] years before the time of the Median revolt (= 2006 (to 700?) Ctesias' Belus 2286-2231.)

"Berosus acc to Pliny stated that these observations began at Babylon 490 years before the Greek era of Phoroneus (1753bc) ie 2243 bc, though Epigenes made it 720 yrs (2473 bc)."
"Berosus and Critodemus, ... extend the period of the observations to 480 years."
"among the Babylonians were preserved observations of the stars, inscribed upon baked tiles, extending to a period of 720 years."
[i wonder if 1753bc may really be 753 bc of Rome?]

Naramsin 3200 yrs before Nabonidus.

Belus 55 yrs ~ "sargon 55y"/"naramsin 56y" / "hammurabi 55y"?



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  Quote Sidney Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Dec-2014 at 15:05
Does Hammurabi appear in any traditional accounts? He and his law code only seem to be known from archaeology, rather than lasting any traditional history.

Semiramis was reported as a warrior and builder (although there is some contradiction over what she is said to have built), but I have not read anything that links her with making laws.

Who were the great law givers in Assyrian traditional chronology?
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  Quote Arthur-Robin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Dec-2014 at 17:55
That is a good point/angle i hadn't thought much about, except that i had thought that women are known for law even nowadays.  Perhaps i am wrong, but we have alot of correspondences between the 2 (including the names [though sources claim her name is from name+exalted  or summat "dove (goddess loves her)" or "images/things of Shemiram" or "manifestation of the exalted" or "Semiramis goddesses"], etc) which can't just be wiped-out just by one possible missing thing. She is noted for or associated with wisdom / known for intelligence, &/or "daughter of god of wisdom" according to 2 reference books online. (Though that may be wisdom in other things/areas not in laws/etc.) (Hammurabi's law code was based on earlier codes of Eshnunna etc?) Hammurabi on the law code wears a toga that looks feminine-ish-like, like Semiramis is desrcibed as wearing a costume that not easy to tell her gender, and which seems to be where the mis-idea that he was a woman. The "Behistun inscription decreed by Semiramis" of Dio Sic might even connect with Hammurabi code possibly?
If she is a confounding of 2 or more persons then she wouldn't have all the attributes of one?
Dio Sic says "conflicting accounts". (It is also possible that her warrior/etc aspect/s is focused on more detracting from her other apsects?)
[?Dante's] "Semiramis as Queen, as established successor to Ninus, her husband, and as the maker of law...."?
"In the first row facing the angels and receiving the "Divine Law" are Moses as well as Numa (Rome), Queen Semiramis of Babylon, Romulus (Rome), Confucius ..."?
I can't get through to the Dio Sic book 2 link page; and i haven't got the time etc to do more research now (esp with slower-than-used-to-be dialup). I'm never ever posting online ever again, every tiny little topic just takes far too much excessive time and space and effort, esp when people seemingly trying to make me look bad/wrong. No one is right/wrong about everything, and anything i am wrong about people use to detract from what i am right about (just like the establishment discredit a person wrongly or/& rightly so they can dismiss everything they said/wrote.) (Yeah may be i am paranoid or bad attitude, or maybe it is my hell situation/"life".)
Hammurabi seems to mainly be archaeological, though a source claims he is in Berosus? He may be Pundarika of Indian. He was a warrior and a builder too.

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  Quote Sidney Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01-Jan-2015 at 09:43
Thanks Arthur-Robin.

Semiramis was a beautiful warrior. She seems to be linked with the goddess of war and love, Astarte, which might be what her whole origin is, or something she/her court encouraged. Law giving is non existent in her early myths. Where is she called the daughter of the god of wisdom - which god? Your sources for her association with law are a 14th Century poet and a 19th Century painter - evidence for a much later connection.

Hammurabi doesn't appear in Berosus. It is just that trying to match Berosus' chronology with known archaeology it is said Hammurabi must be part of this or that dynasty, not that his name appears in the actual writing. Semiramis' name, however, does appear, but if we accept the place assigned to Hammurabi then she is separated from him by hundreds of years. Berosus says that Semiramis reigned and was succeeded by a number of kings who reigned for 526 years. After this was a Chaldean king called Phulus, who is identified with Tiglath-Pileser (originally named Pulu) who conquered Babylon in 729 BC. This puts Semiramis at 1255 BC. So we now have a third date!

Velleius Paterculus, writing in c.30 AD, says that the Medes overthrew Sardanapalus 870 years ago (ie c.840 BC), and that Sardanapalus was 33rd in descent from Ninus and Semiramis, who were the founders of Babylon 1070 years earlier still (ie c.1910 BC). Elsewhere the same author says that Ninus began to reign 1995 years ago (ie c. 1965 BC). So a fourth date!

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told ya.. she was a hottie.
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  Quote Sidney Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01-Jan-2015 at 15:48
Well, here she is courtesy of Hollywood 1954;






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And here's a bit more of her!



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I'm just returning to say sorry to Sidney (& AE) for being negative/grumpy, it is not your fault but because i am Very angry of the hell i been suffering (not being able to do my off-computer studies, being single at 41.5, trouble on other forums like historum, the flats painting here, throat problems, smart meters trouble, etc etc). (I have to apologise i case i am suffering more hell because of it.) (Perhaps i should not have posted if i am not able to spend so much time and effort researching and answering everything.) However i am intending/having to not post anymore or else cut back from being/posting online much anymore as i have other things i need/want to do, and i don't like the way i have again been falsely made to look wrong just by one or a few dubious things just the exact same way they did on Historum.

As to Semiramis/Hammurabi I don't agree that law giving is non existant or that if it is that that one or few thing/s negates all our other evidences. Perhaps i am wrong about Semiramis/Hammurabi, though perhaps possibly not. Orthodox claim Hammurabi is from 'ammu "paternal kinsman" + rapi "healer". Waddell claims Hammu is lotus in Sumerian and a symbol of beauty and divinity, like Semiramis is also "(semi) divine/deity/goddess" and beauty. (He has hammu + rabu "great".) Hammurabi had to deal with floods, Semiramis did embankments?
If the Simmas/Simmos (&/or Semi-) of Semiramis connects with Shamash/Samas then that is another indirect connection of her with law/justice (as Shamash is god of justice/law who gives law code to Hammurabi on the code stela)?
Each of the points listed for Semiramis and for Hammurabi in the first post correspond, perhaps i should have arranged them by matching points.
On the "33rd generation" and "dates" see the post where i gave 42 ages and other quotes.
Hammurabi was ca 13th dynasty in Egypt because of synchronism of his dynasty and that dynasty. Moses ca 1400s was end of 12th dynasty.
Semiramis is a legend and no one has proven any other match even "Astarte/Ishtar" or the origin of her name.
Hammurabis orthodox dates are wrong, and Semiramis orthodox dates are unreliable as even you yourself have shown. Some of the dates for Semiramis are close to ours. There is obvious confounding of two or more difference persons/times (Nimrod, Sargon, Hammurabi, Shammuramat?) as i already said/showed. Some of the figures may be not literal but need decoding. Maybe 1070 is double 526?
There is a statue from Mari of fishing goddess that might have been confounded since same time as Hammurabi?



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  Quote Centrix Vigilis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04-Jan-2015 at 17:18
Whether ya owe Sid an 'a' or not is moot. What YA are doing tho is going on to the pity pot simply because ya opponents don't see a value or contributive effort on your part.

Bad move.


Who in the hell made them any more of importance than they might or might not be.

You do.

Stop the bullshit stop the whine. And learn to live with disappointment.

I should have made full Colonel...I didn't. I should have been given even more awards than I was. But I didn't get em. I should have stayed married and drank less...but I didn't.

So ya see it's easy to let the whine run your mindset. Dont. It merely adds to the shit ya already got to deal with.

I personally believe ya offer a great deal in any effort you provide.. and your efforts are genuine and sincere and in the end that's good enuff.

Make yourself proud and satisfy yourself first. Foik the rest.

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  Quote Arthur-Robin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05-Jan-2015 at 19:01
ok, thank-you Centrix.

sorry i don't have any thing on topic to post right now. I have just been sorting-out my Semiramis file(s) old and new notes to try see/work-out whats what.


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