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- Grisly Assyrian Record of Torture and Death
- Ashurnasirpal II—883–859 B.C.. 2.
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- Ashurnasirpal II, Tiglath Pilesar III, Sargon II,.
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- the central part of Assyria. The Annals of Ashurbanipal discontinued in 639,  and the last business document dated during his reign comes from 631.
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- Albenda, “Landscape Bas—Reliefs in the Bit-Hilani of Ashurbanipal, II,” BASOR 225 (1977), 29-33; and J. E..
- Historical Handout - Neo-Assyrian to Persian Period
- BCE), and his son Ashurnasirpal II (885-860 BCE), who subdued Babylon and then moved west against Syria and Cilicia (Asia Minor).
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- One inscription of the time records that Ashurbanipal II “made the totality of all peoples speak one speech.
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- Ashurbanipal (Akkadian: Aššur-bāni-apli; Aramaic: "ܐܵܫܘܿܪ ܒܵܢܝܼ ܐܵܦܠܝܼ"; " Ashur is creator of an heir"; 685 B.C. – c.
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