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⌕: Neo-Assyrian Empire 

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Date: 911 BC - 609 BC
Type: Dynasty
Note: Monarchy
Capital: Assur
Language: Akkadian / Aramaic
Script: Sumerian-Akkadian Cuneiform / Aramaic Alphabet
Religion: Ahurism (Henotheist)
Agriculture:
Industry: Iron Age
Reference:
Notes: Great Library of Ashurbanipal - copies of Epic of Gilgamesh made from Sumerian versions
With cuneiform script. Found at Kidmuri Location: Category: Tool Year: Material: Dimensions: Author: Reference: Collection: The British Museum
Ivory head of a woman: with long hair and wearing a necklace with four rows of beads. She wears a headband or diadem, knotted at the back, consisting of alternating flowers and discs linked together. (BM) Nimrud Location: Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Ivory Dimensions: H 4.4cm W 3.1cm D 3.6cm Author: Reference: 118234 Collection: The British Museum
From Library of Ashurbanipal. Sargon II. Akkadian cuneiform acript. Found: Khorsabad Location: Category: Writing Year: Material: Clay Dimensions: Author: Reference: 22505 Collection: The British Museum
Location: Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Dimensions: Author: Reference: 62.269.1 Collection: New York Metropolitan Museum of Art
Location: Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Dimensions: Author: Reference: Collection: New York Metropolitan Museum of Art
Lamassu. Relief from the m wall, k door, of king Sargon IIs palace at Dur Sharrukin in Assyria (now Khorsabad in Iraq)(wikipedia) Location: Category: Sculpture Year: -716 Material: Dimensions: Author: Reference: Collection: The Louvre
The king carrying a basket on his head Location: Babylon Category: Sculpture Year: -660 Material: Dimensions: Author: Reference: Collection: The British Museum
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