Is Belshazzar an Historical Figure? - 3
Another piece of evidence for Belshazzar's reign in
the city of Babylon comes from an inscription
where he is referred to as the son of Nabonidus and
is given authority to rule.
"Putting the camp under the rule of his oldest son . . .
His hands were now free; He entrusted the authority of
the royal throne to him.”
He was the second-in-command at the time of
That’s why Daniel was promised a position as the
third highest ruler, not the second highest ruler
Archaeology again confirms the Biblical record