1. Prince of the king of Babylon; he assisted at the destruction of Jerusalem. Jeremiah 39:3
2. Another prince present on the same occasion, whose title is given as Rab-mag, q.v. Jeremiah 39:3,13
. The latter probably became the king, who was named NERIGLISSAR.He killed his brother-in-law Evil-merodach, and succeeded to the throne, B.C. 559. On some bricks his name has been found as Nergal-shar-uzur, Rubu-emga.