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Synonyms for Assurbanipal

king of Assyria who built a magnificent palace and library at Nineveh (668-627 BC)

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A number of tablets with "lists of objects and names linked by theme, similarity, word root or assonance" were discovered amongst the remnants of the library of Assurbanipal (668 to 627 BCE) (Blom 2004: xvi).
Grande parte dos tabletes referentes a esses assuntos encontram-se na biblioteca de Assurbanipal, o ultimo grande rei da Assiria (Birchette, 1973).
83) pinned on the seventh century BCE Assyrian king Assurbanipal himself, the first "ultrapragmatic librarian to exhibit 'a complete absence of any speculative or reasoning effort.
8) Referencia a Sardanapalo ou Assurbanipal (690-621 a.
Assurbanipal Babilla is a playwright, painter, writer, and translator.
Almost half of that time, until the construction of the Assurbanipal Library (ca.
They did so by responding to perceived needs, whether it was princes as diverse as Assurbanipal, Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester or George III, to indulge in their collector's mania, or Archbishop Matthew Parker at Cambridge or Thomas Bodley at Oxford responding to more obvious educational concerns.
The King Amiditana (1683-47) was warned in a dream that he had to offer a statue of himself to the gods; similar reports were made by Assurbanipal and Nabonidus.
This critical text owes its survival to Assurbanipal, an Assyrian king who ruled in the seventh century B.
The Finnish Assyriologist Simo Parpola translated and analyzed these texts in several publications, including Letters from Assyrian Scholars to the Kings Esarhaddon and Assurbanipal (1983).
THOMPSON, The Prism of Essarhaddon and Assurbanipal, Londres, 1931), pp.
The fall of Nineveh (608BC) is recorded in the Bible and, among the thousands of clay tablets which survive from the library or Assurbanipal, last king of that town, about a thousand concern medicine, and contain diagnoses and prognostications, remedies and their ingredients.
She gave him one which she named Assurbanipal, after the Assyrian king mentioned in a Borges story.
The library of the Assyrian King Assurbanipal at Ninevah (also on clay tablets, dating from the 7th century B.