Character Study on Asnapper

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American Tract Society Bible Dictionary - Asnapper
The Assyrian king or satrap, under whose direction the territory of the ten tribes was peopled by emigrants from beyond the Euphrates, 2 Kings 17:24 ; Ezra 4:10 . Some identify him with Esar-haddon, and some with Shalmaneser. Ezra styles him "great and noble;" but no other trace of him is left.

Easton's Bible Dictionary - Asnapper
Probably the same as Assur-bani-pal (Sardanapalos of the Greeks), styled the "great and noble" (Ezra 4:10 ), was the son and successor (B.C. 668) of Esar-haddon (q.v.). He was "luxurious, ambitious, and cruel, but a magnificent patron of literature." He formed at Nineveh a library of clay tablets, numbering about 10,000. These are now mostly in the British Museum. They throw much light on the history and antiquities of Assyria. Assur-bani-pal was a munificent patron of literature, and the conqueror of Elam. Towards the middle of his reign his empire was shaken by a great rebellion headed by his brother in Babylon. The rebellion was finally put down, but Egypt was lost, and the military power of Assyria was so exhausted that it could with difficulty resist the hordes of Kimmerians who poured over Western Asia. (See NINEVEH .)



Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Asnapper
"The great and noble" (Ezra 4:10). He planted the Cuthaeans, etc., in Samaria, after the deportation of the Israelites. He is either Esarhaddon, as Ezra 4:2 implies, or some able general under him who effected the plantation = Asardanaper = Esarhaddon.

Holman Bible Dictionary - Asnapper
(ass napuhr) KJV reading in Ezra 4:10 . Modern translations read Osnappar (NAS, RSV) Ashurbanipal (TEV, NIV). See Osnappar .



Morrish Bible Dictionary - Asnapper
One called 'great and noble' who brought colonists from Assyria to Samaria. Ezra 4:10 .

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Asnapper
ASNAPPER . See Osnappar.

Hitchcock's Bible Names - Asnapper
Unhappiness; increase of danger

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Asnapper - Asnapper
Susanchites - Descendants of some of the nations planted by Asnapper in Samaria
Apharsachites, Apharsathchites - Some unknown Assyrian tribe sent as colonists to Samaria under Asnapper
Osnapper - KJV used the form Asnapper
Dehavites - Villagers, one of the Assyrian tribes which Asnapper sent to repopulate Samaria (Ezra 4:9 )
Aphar'Sathchites, Aphar'Sites, Aphar'Sacites, - the names of certain tribes, colonies from which had been planted in Samaria by the Assyrian leader Asnapper
Erech - The inhabitants were among those settled in Samaria by Asnapper (Ezra 4:9-10)
Erech - It was probably the city of the Archevites, who were transplanted to Samaria by Asnapper (Ezra 4:9 )
Osnappar - Asnapper of AV [Note: Authorized Version
Ashurbanipal - ... Ashurbanipal was also known by the name Osnappar and appears in the KJV as Asnapper
Samaria - After Shalmaneser's capture of Samaria and carrying away of Israel to Halah and Habor, and in the cities of the Medes (2 Kings 17:5-6; 2 Kings 17:23-24), Esarhaddon or Asnapper planted "instead" men of Babylon (where Esarhaddon resided in part: 2 Chronicles 33:11), Cuthah, Ava, and Sepharvaim (Ezra 4:2-3; Ezra 4:10). (See ESARHADDON; Asnapper
Assyria - ... Assur-bani-pal, the son of Esarhaddon, became king, and in Ezra 4:10 is referred to as Asnapper
Nineveh - Esarhaddon succeeded, as he styles himself "king of Assyria, Babylon, Egypt, Meroe, and Ethiopia;" or Asnapper; he imprisoned Manasseh. (See Asnapper; MANASSEH
Nineveh - (See Asnapper