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  • As soon as Nebuchadnezzar, king of the Assyrians, had made this decision, he summoned Holofernes, the chief general of his army who was second in command, and said to him, (Judith 2, 4)

  • Holofernes went out from the presence of his lord and called together all the chiefs of staff, the generals and commanders of the army of Assyria. (Judith 2, 14)

  • Then Holofernes set out on the march with all his army, with their chariots, cavalry and picked foot soldiers going ahead of King Nebuchadnezzar to cover all the lands to the West with this army. (Judith 2, 19)

  • After marching for three days from Nineveh, Holofernes and his men reached the plain of Bectileth where they encamped before the city, near the mountains to the north of Upper Cilicia. (Judith 2, 21)

  • Then Holofernes took all his army, foot soldiers, cavalry and chariots, and marched into the mountain region. (Judith 2, 22)

  • They therefore sent messengers to Holofernes offering him terms of peace: (Judith 3, 1)

  • These men went to Holofernes and repeated these words. (Judith 3, 5)

  • Then Holofernes moved down to the seacoast with his army. He stationed garrisons in the hill cities and took from them men whom he chose as auxiliaries. (Judith 3, 6)

  • The children of Israel in Judea learned what had happened to the other nations at the hands of Holofernes, the chief general of Nebuchadnezzar, the king of the Assyrians, and how he had plundered the neighboring villages and destroyed their sanctuaries. (Judith 4, 1)

  • He told them to seize and fortify the mountain passes because it was by them that Holofernes would enter Judea. There it would be easy to stop those who were advancing since the narrow passes allowed no more than two men to go forward at a time. (Judith 4, 7)

  • It was reported to Holofernes that the people of Israel were prepared for war, that they had closed the mountain passes, fortified the ramparts on the summits of all the high mountains and placed blockades in the plains. (Judith 5, 1)

  • Seething with anger, Holofernes called the leaders of the Moabites, the generals of Ammon and all the governors of the Seacoast, (Judith 5, 2)

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