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9-4-1996  · Translation [ Y10 ] The tenth year of Nabopolassar: note [616-615 BCE.] In the month Ajaru, Nabopolassar mustered the army of Akkad and marched along the ...

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The  Chronicle Concerning the Fall of Nineveh  (ABC 3) is one of the historiographical texts from ancient  Babylonia . It deals with  Nabopolassar 's capture of Nineveh, rhe capital of  Assyria , one of the most shocking events in ancient history. This chronicle belongs to one large text that started with the Early Years of Nabopolassar (ABC 2) and continued with the Fall of Nineveh and the  Late Years of Nabopolassar  (ABC 4).

After the death of king Aššurbanipal in 631 BCE, the Assyrian empire became unquiet, and the Babylonians seized their independence. For one year (627/626), two Assyrian officials named Sin-šumlišir and  Sin-šar-iškun ruled the ancient city on the Euphrates ; in the next year, the Babylonian general Nabû-apla-usur, who had been appointed by Sin-šar-iškun, defeated the Assyrians in a battle near Babylon . The Babylonian chronicle known as ABC 2 relates that

King Nabû-apla-usur is better known under his Greek name, Nabopolassar ; his accession marks the beginning of the Babylonian Empire, which was to last until its capital was taken by the Persian king Cyrus the Great in October 539.

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IN RECENT YEARS, more and more homeschoolers have gravitated towards IGCSE O Level exams as the preferred pathway to college and further education in Malaysia and abroad. Here’s an FAQ prepared by a homeschooling mom (Thanks, Rachel!) to clear the fog for Malaysian homeschoolers who are unclear about next steps:

Q: What is IGCSE?
A: IGCSE is the Level 10 high school exams offered by the U.K. Cambridge University and is accepted as equivalent to our local Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) certificate exams.The IGCSE is the world’s most popular international qualification for 14-16 year olds. It develops successful students, giving them excellent preparation for their next steps in education, including progression to A Level study, and equips them with skills for immediate employment. Cambridge IGCSE is recognised by universities and employers worldwide. In Malaysia, homeschoolers who sit for the IGCSE exams as private candidates have generally done well.

Q: Why aren’t homeschoolers opting for SPM?
A: The Malaysian Ministry of Education allows homeschoolers to sit for the SPM examination (Form 5 examination) in the year they attain 18 years of age. Presently all examination subjects are in Bahasa Malaysia except for Mathematics and the Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Physics). However the Government has announced that the policy of teaching Mathematics and Science in English will cease in 2012 and revert to Bahasa Malaysia in national schools.