Nebuchadnezzar , king of Babylon, once vainly demanded of his pagan magicians and astrologers that they tell him a dream he had had and its interpretation. When Daniel, the Hebrew captive, heard of Nebuchadnezzar's decree that the wise men would be destroyed if they could not tell the king the dream, he begged time in which to reveal the mystery.
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