By Arnold Joseph Toynbee, Royal Institute of International Affairs
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Cyrus is in Babylon the legitimate king who has been elected by Marduk, while Nabonidus is the apostate who has been rejected. In the eyes of the Prophets of Israel the victory of the Assyrians and Chaldaeans over the Prophets* countrymen is the work of the victims' own national god. He wills to chastise his people, and who had shown even to annihilate them, because they fail to understand his true nature; and he demonstrates his power all the more dazzlingly by bestowing the gift of world domination upon a nation which knows nothing of him and which fondly imagines that he is one of the powers whom it has vanquished.
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A study of history, Volume 6 Disintegration of Civilizations (continued from volume 5) by Arnold Joseph Toynbee, Royal Institute of International Affairs