I suggest reading the professional historical works, works by history professors. I provided one such citation in my response to which you allude.

Remember it is somewhat trendy to disparage historicity of the Bible.

Why I ask does wikipedia confirm Nebuchadnezzar’s conquest of Judah yet have other write-ups raise questions about veracity of existence of either of Judah or Israel.

Could Nebuchadnezzar have conquered a fictitious Israel or Judah?

Why do we have extra biblical confirmation that the Assyrian king Sennacherib was killed by his sons, yet question authenticity of the Bible, the first source of that information?

That it is trendy to question veracity of the Bible does not in of itself render the Bible non-credible.

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