The Babylonian Brick-inscription of Kúraš (the Cyrus II, 539 BC), Weiβbach 1911, pg. 8-9:
“Cyrus, builder of Esagila and Ezida, son of Cambyses, the mighty king” is false.
The fragment and the names are clearly written in the Kurdish language.
In the Bible Discovered: Bible = Babel (Babylon) p. 132, I have corrected it in two ways:
A: Kúraš, I captured the Esáqian‘s (Isaacian’s) and Ezidian‘s patriarchs (Ápal), set up Kambūžiia their king; or
B: Kúraš, I captured Esáqian (Isaacian) and Ezidian, set up the father (patriarch, Ápaĺ) Kambūžiia their king.
Anyway Esáq and Ersáq are Kurdish names for Issac which in Arabic, Farsi and Turks called Es’haq. So the Esagila and Ezida do not indicate temple, but the biblical Isaacian (the Jews) and the Ezidian people, probably they were the two actual ethnic religions.
The apal does not mean son, but it means papal, fatherly, patriarch. I have examined that in a lot of contexts throughout the book, see under apal.
The identification of this Kúraš (King of Babylon, 539-529 BC) as Persian is an unjustly Aryanization propaganda and it is clearly falsification of Kurdish historical documents.
In the inscriptions Kúraš Cylinder and Brick-inscription there is no mention of Persian or any evidence to prove that this Kúraš was a Bersian (Persian) or has anything to do with them. They report of regional rulers and ethnic struggle between different Kurdish ethnical territories.
For the Kúraš Cylinder see Cyrus cylinder's ancient bill of rights 'is just propaganda' - Telegraph and Falling for Ancient Propaganda: UN Treasure Honors Persian Despot - SPIEGEL
February 27, 2012
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