This category lists sites dedicated to the ancient history of Assyria.
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The Ancient Conquerors
A dissertation proposal that includes a slide show.
Article on the last great king of ancient Assyria also known as Sardanapalus.
A city on the Tigris, originally a colony of Babylonia, and later became the first capital city of Assyria with images.
An article on the history and the making of the empire.
An article on the society and economy, administration, culture, and history.
A general introduction.
The complete text written by Albert Ten Eyck Olmstead.
Assyrian King List
A list of rulers with information.
The Assyrian Kings List
Table of known leaders.
Assyrian Kings' List
Names for all periods with notes.
Assyrians after Assyria
A paper and presentation by Dr. Simo Parpola.
The Babylonian Story of the Deluge as Told by Assyrian Tablets from Nineveh
The complete text written by E. A. Wallis Budge.
Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser II
Inscriptions engraved on black marble, five feet in height, each of its four sides divided into five compartments of sculpture representing the tribute brought to the king by vassal princes.
Clothing in Ancient Assyria
A paper on the dress of the people by Fred Aprim.
The Code of the Assura
Excerpts from ancient laws, c. 1075 B.C.E.
The New Assyrian Empire
A color map of the region until 612 B.C.
The history of the great city that lay on the eastern bank of the Tigris.
People Of Ancient Assyria
The complete text written Jorgen Laessoe, 1963
Biography of a king of Assyria from 747 to 727 B.C. by Joseph Jacobs and Ira Maurice Price.
A biographical article of a prominent king of Assyria.
Tiglath-Pileser III - King of Assyria
Founder of the second empire (c.774 - 727 B.C.).
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