Origin/Historian/Author: Berossus
Source: The Sacred Books and Literature of the East, By Prof. Charles F. Horne, Ph.D.
The Sacred Books and Literature of the East Translations conducted by:
Morris Jastrow, Jr., LL.D., Rev. A.H. Sayce, LL.D., Robert W. Rogers, LL.D., George A. Barton, LL.D., Leonard W. King, F.S.A., Stephen Langdon, PH.D., Arno Poebel, PH.D., and other scholars.

Through the preserved fragments from the Hellenistic Era historians we present OF SENNACHERIB AND HIS SUCCESSORS. This text continues after The Creation and Causes of the Deluge and THE BABYLONIAN AND ASSYRIAN KINGS; providing a timeline to the rule of Nebuchadrezzar, his conquests and defeats. Originally authored by Berossus, the Priest of Bel (Lord)-Marduk, 250 B.C.
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And after him (Pul), according to Polyhistor, Sennacherib was king.
[The Chaldean historian also makes mention of Sennacherib himself, and Asordanus (Esarhaddon) his son, and Marodach Baladanus, as well as Nabuchodonosorus.] (14)
And Sinecherim (Sennacherib) reigned 18 years; and after him his son (Esarhaddon) reigned eight years. Then Sammuges (Saulmugina) reigned 21 years, and likewise his brother 21 years. Then JSTabupalsar (JSTabopollassar) reigned 20 years; and after him Nabucodrossorus (Nebuchadrezzar) reigned 43 years.

Therefore, from Sinecherim to Nabucodrossorus is comprehended a period altogether of 88 years. After Samuges, Sardanapalus, the Chaldean, reigned 21 years. He sent an army to the assistance of Astyages the Mede, Prince and Satrap of the family, that he might give Amunhean, (15) the daughter of Astyages, to his son Nabucodrossorus (Nebuchadrezzar). Then Nabucodrossorus reigned 43 years, and he came with a mighty army, and led the Jews, and Phenicians, and Syrians into captivity. And after Nabucodrossorus, his son, Amilmarudochus (Evil-Merodach man, i.e., Servant of Marduk) reigned 12 years.

And after him, Neglisarus (Neriglissor) reigned over the Chaldeans 4 years; and then Nabodenus (Nabonidus) reigned 17 years. In his reign, Cyrus, the son of Cambyses, invaded the country of the Babylonians. Nabodenus (Nabonidus) went out to give him battle, but was defeated, and betook himself to flight; and Cyrus reigned at Babylon 9 years.

—– Extracted from the Armenian Chronicon of Eusebius.

(14) These remarks, within brackets, are by Eusebius.
(15) Amytis.