II Kings Assyrian Empire Under Sennacherib
The stock image map depicts the Assyrian Empire under Sennacherib during the events recorded in the book of II Kings. The map shows the extent of the empire at the time, including modern-day Iraq, Iran, Syria, and parts of Turkey. Several important cities, including Nineveh, are also labeled. The map is relevant to the events described in II Kings, as Sennacherib was the king of Assyria during the reigns of Hezekiah and Manasseh, two kings of Judah.
The Assyrian Empire was a powerful force during this time, and Sennacherib’s campaigns against Judah are recorded in detail in the book of II Kings.
The map provides context for these events and helps to illustrate the geographical and political landscape of the ancient Near East during this period.