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Nebuchadnezzar (or Nebuchadrezzar) was the name of several kings of Babylonia:
- Nebuchadnezzar I, who ruled the Babylonian Empire in the 12th century BC
- Nebuchadnezzar II (634–562 BC), the Babylonian ruler mentioned in the biblical Book of Daniel
- Nebuchadnezzar III (Niditu-bel), who rebelled against Darius I of Persia in 522 BC
- Nebuchadnezzar IV (Arakha), who rebelled against Darius I of Persia in 521 BC
It may also refer to:
- Nebuchadnezzar (wine), a bottle that holds 15 litres of wine
- Nebuchadnezzar (Blake), a 1795 print by William Blake
- Nebuchadnezzar (The Matrix), the name of Morpheus' vessel in the science fiction films The Matrix and The Matrix Reloaded
- Nabucco (short for Nabucodonosor/ Nebuchadnezzar) an opera by Giuseppe Verdi
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