BC AYN 622
Annual Report (AR) beginning:
January 1 (GongLi 公曆, 623 BCE).
Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year
15th/15 years of the reign of Sin-shar-ishkun (סינ-שר-יצחקן) king of Assyria who is killed in the Battle of Nineveh in the month of Abu (אב) in BC AYN 622, fulfilling the 40 day prophesy of Jonah (יונה) of the 8th century BCE.
1st/4 known years of the the reign of king Ashur-uballit II (אשור-ובעלת) who is made King of Assyria after the Battle of Nineveh and the death of Sin-shar-ishkun in the month of Abu (אב) and who subsequently refused to submit and successfully fought his way out of Nineveh, founding a final capital at Harran in the 6th/12 lunar month of Ululu (אלול) according to the Fall of Nineveh Chronicles (Chronicle 3 or ABC 3) of the Babylonian Chronicles.
Assyrian Standard Guideline
In the Assyrian Standard Guideline Sin-shar-ishkun is the 80th/81 chiefs QinShou (勤首, 근수); the "diligent head or chief" of the Assyrian kings #116, and the 7th/8 kings after the Assyrian king list was completed. Akkadian: Sin-shar-ishkun (סינ-שר-יצחקן) is the younger son of Ashurbanipal, who's reign covers the 15 annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 636 through BC AYN 622 concurrent with Josiah of the Period of the Divided Kingdom of Israel of North and South.
Divided Kingdom of Israel
387th/400 years of the 4th/6 historical periods of Image Time-identity in the 5th/8 levels; the national level extent, scope or context of the providential Period of the Divided Kingdom of Israel of North and South.
Southern Kingdom of Judah