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  All Empires - Assyria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Adad-Nirari III was succeeded by Shalmaneser IV (782-772 B.C.), and the latter by Asshur-Dan III (773-754 B.C.).
In 729 BC the summit of his ambition was attained, and he was invested With the sovereignty of Asia in the holy city of Babylon.
1329-1319 BC Arik-Den-Ili 1319-1307 BC Adad-Nirari I. Shalmaneser I 1274-1244 BC Tukulti-Ninurta I. Ashur-Nadin-Apli 1207-1203 BC Ashur-Nirari III.
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 Zhou Dynasty
In 771 BC, after King You had replaced his queen with a concubine Baosi, he was then sacked by the joint force of the queen's father, who was the powerful Marquess of Shen, and the barbarians.
The capital was moved eastward in 722 BC to Luoyang in present-day Henan Province.
The first, from 722 to 481 BC, is called the Spring and Autumn Period, after a famous historical chronicle of the time; the second is known as the Warring States Period.
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 8th century BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Zhou Dynasty moved its capital to Luoyang (771 BC); The Spring and Autumn Period (771-481 BC) began.
Hezekiah of the Kingdom of Judah (reigned 715 - 687 BC).
Sennacherib, King of Assyria and conqueror of Babylon (705 - 681 BC).
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 780s BC - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Centuries: 9th century BC - 8th century BC - 7th century BC
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781 BC - Zhou you wang becomes King of the Zhou Dynasty of China.
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 Encyclopedia: 786 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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From approximately 1950 BC to 1850 BC Assyria was ruled by the Babylonians.
For the next two centuries, from 1100 to 900 BC, the nation of Assyria faded almost to extinction; and it was during this decline that David and Solomon ascended.
The armies of all three nations assembled at Ninevah in June of 612 B.C. From the south came the Chaldeans, from the east came the Medes, and from the north came the Scythians.
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 780s BC : 782 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
782 BC - Death of Zhou xuan wang[?], King of the BC - 256 BC)">Zhou Dynasty of China.
781 BC - Zhou you wang[?] becomes King of the BC - 256 BC)">Zhou Dynasty of China.
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 Erebuni Fortress - Armeniapedia.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The unification of Nair tribes in the middle of the ninth century B.C. in the southern part of the Armenian plateau completed with the formation of the kingdom known as Urartu.
According to the Khorkhor cuneiform record and two other identical records found in the citadel, Yerebuni was built by Argishti I in 782 B.C. (this date is considered that of the foundation of Yerevan).
The loss by the Urarts of their state independence in the 6th century B.C. and the establishment of the Akhemenids’ domination led to substantial changes in the architectural composition of Yerebuni citadel.
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 Erebuni   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
C BC, excavations of the ancient city show a remarkably developed culture that had extensive contacts with the major empires of the Ancient world stretching between the Mediterranean and India, and rivaled them for trade, military and cultural hegemony.
The Nairi were recorded as early as 2000 BC on Assyrian cuneiform as the "land between the rivers" holding about 60 tribes and 100 cities.
BC, and are thought to be Thraco-Phrygians retreating from Mycanaeans and early Greek incursions in Thrace and Phrygia (the war of Troy is believed to have occurred in the 12
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 Nimrud (Calah), Iraq
Nimrud, lying on the east bank of the Tigris, 37 km to the south east of Mosul, is the 2nd capital of Assyria Empire founded in 883 BC, and had been a well-settled place for a thousand years before it was built as a center of the kingdom of
Ashurnasirpal II (883-859 BC); who firstly designated it as the Assyrian capital in 879 BC housing perhaps as many as 100,000 inhabitants, making it part of a great complicated building assigned to the god Nabu (the god of Arts), and so was his son
In 612 BC, it was destroyed by the Medes of Northern Persia, at the same time as the fall of Nineveh.
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 About Armenia: Armenian history   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
At the end of the second millennium BC, another Indo-European ethnic group, closely related to Thracians and Phrygians and referred to by the Greeks as Armens, migrated to the Armenian Highland from Northern Balkans.
In the year 1115 BC, king Tiglath Pileser I of Assyria reports a battle with a force of 20.000 Armens in the Gadmokh province of Assyria.
In the late VII century BC Urartu, weakened by Scythian invasions, fell, but after several decades was revived under the Armenian Yervanduni (the Orontides) dynasty with the capital in Armavir, former Argishti-khinili.
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 Armenian History, chapter 1: The Origins of the Armenian nation
Red-burnished vine jugs of the 7th century BC, found among 1036 other jugs of this type in the palace of King Rusa II at Karmir Blur (Red Hill).
By approximately 2100 BC, a prototype of the first Armenian state was founded.
Its foundation dates from 782 BC, which is reported in a cuneiform writing of By the greatness of God Haik, Argiste son of Minua built the city of Yervuni...
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 Assyria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Then in circa 1800 BC, the area came under Amorite rule, then successively under the hegemony of the Hittites, the Egyptians, and the Hurrians.
However, Assyria proper began to assert and consolidate itself in 1380 BC, and in 1280 BC Shalmaneser I established his capital at Calah (Kalhu), a few miles south of Nineveh.
Shalmaneser III forcefully impacted history: he invaded Urartu (Armenia), captured Carchemish and in 853 BC fought the battle of Karkar, where he encountered the axis of Ben-hadad of Damascus, his allies, and Ahab, king of Samaria.
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 ANE History: Israel and the Assyrias
However, before Assyria's protracted withdrawal from central and south Syria, Adadnirari III (805-782 BC) was able to strike a terrific blow at Damascus which was sufficiently crippling to enable the Israelites to throw off the shackles the Arameans and fastened upon them and to regain their former boundaries.
Somewhere around 746 BC Jeroboam died a natural death, but after a brief reign of only six months his son and successor, Zechariah, was murdered by an usurper.
Before the overthrow was actually accomplished, Shalmaneser V had been succeeded on the throne of Assyria by Sharrukin II (721-705 BC), an usurper and a general in the army, who assumed the ancient and venerable name of Sargon (Sargon of Agade, founder of the great Semitic empire in Babylonia in the twenty-fourth century BC).
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 780s BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
780 BC - The first historic solar eclipse is recorded in China.
782 BC - Death of Zhou xuan wang, King of the Zhou Dynasty of China.
This page was last modified 03:08, 22 October 2005.
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 Armenia: history   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The first historical reference to the country ‘Armina’ (Armenia) was made in the cuneiform writings from the era of King Darius I of Persia (6th-5th centuries BC).
The Urartians, direct ancestors of the Armenians, founded a powerful state in the 9th to 6th centuries BC; its capital was the city of Tushpa (today Van, in Turkey).
In the year 782 BC, they founded the fortress of Erebuni, in the north of the country (today Yerevan, capital of Armenia).
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 780s BC : 782 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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 ArmeniaGuide.com Applied Art Exibit   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Urartu 700 BC The Hurrian Kingdom, on the shores of the Western Tigris, and the Mitani Kingdom, south of Lake Dushpa (Lake Van), were the first organized states in Armenia.
Tigranes the Great, King of Armenia 97-56 BC Under Tigranes, Armenia ascended to a pinnacle of power unique in its history and became, albeit briefly, the strongest state in the Roman east.
As early as the 9th century BC skilled potters produced a variety of wares such as dishes, vases, jugs, bowls and cups, with and without ornamentation.
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Cilicia, a separate armenian region on the mediterranean was to be a french mandate.
In 782 bc the urartian king argishti i founded the fortified city of erebuni, which is toady's yerevan, the capital of armenia.
It restored its full independence in 190 bc under the king artashes i, founder of the artashesian dynasty (the artaxiads).
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However, this sort of incoherence, at once engaging and suggestive of a deeper wisdom, cannot be supported; indeed, the dissemination of such nonsense denies the interior distinctions, the very eschatological references of the book, and demotes the prophecies of the book to historical hindsight.
Joel's prophetic ministry was to the southern kingdom, Judah, during the regency period ascribed to Joash, 837-800 BC.
And as scholars date Amos' ministry to the northern kingdom as 810-745 BC, the quotations necessarily place Joel as prior to Amos.
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 Chinese History - Zhou Dynasty rulers (www.chinaknowledge.org)
781-770 BC During the flight from the western capital to the east, the Zhou kings relied on the help of the lords of Qin 秦 and Jin 晉.
The rulers of the Spring and Autumn period (Chunqiu 春秋) were mere a nominal head of the multiple states that had nothing more to do than to worship its own ancestors, and their names are not more than a simple list.
519-476 BC Already during the Spring and Autumn Period, the Zhou kings had fully lost their authoritative position.
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 History - ARMENIA Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Various Urartu rulers built capitals in the area, such as around Lake Van in the thirteenth century BC and that built by Argishti I in 782 BC, the ruins of which are preserved today in the Armenian capital of Yerevan.
The Artashisian Dynasty was established in 189 BC in Armenia.
Tigran II, the heir to the throne, was named king of Armenia in 95 BC following the death of his father.
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B.C.), "the son of Tabrimmon, the son of Hezion, king of Syria" (1 Kings 15:18).
In 853 BC Ben-Hadad II led a coalition of neighboring nations, including Israel, in a major battle in QARQAR in Syria against the forces of Shalmaneser III, king of Assyria.
B.C. it was a provincial capital of the Persian Empire until it passed (332 B.C. without a struggle to the armies of Alexander the Great.
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 782 BC Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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 ARMENIANS (September 8, 1987)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Contemporary scholarship suggests that the Armenians are descendants of various indigenous people who meld (10th through 7th century BC) with the Urarteans (Ararateans); while classical historians and geographers cite the tradition that the Armenians migrated into their homeland from Thrace and Phrygia (Herodotus, Strabo), or even Thessaly (Strabo).
3,200 BC and extended up to and coexisted with the era of iron smelting and working which was inaugurated c.
Sometime later, the Artaxiad Tigranes II, the Great, (95-55 BC), along with his ally Mithradates VI (Eupator) of Pontus established a short-lived Armenian-Hellenistic empire which stretched from the Caucasus to Lebanon, and from Mesopotamia to the Pontic Alps.
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 Noah's Ark pg 3 in Iran - not Turkey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The word Ararat, the name of the mountain on which Noah’s ark settled, comes from the Urartu; Utnapishtim is the of Ubartutu, a possible reference to this geographic region.
The above description of geographic designations indicates that the first assault by Sargon II fell upon Zikirtu, a district east of Lake Urmiah (more specifically, a district east of Mount Sahend, which is in the vicinity of modern-day Mount Sabalan in present-day Iran).
There was a marked weakness of Assyria in 782-746 BC, caused by poor representatives of the Royal House.
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 780s BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The origin of settlement at the location occupied by al-Raqqa probably lies in the third century BC with the foundation of a Hellenistic city usually identified as Nikephorion.
This city was enlarged by Seleucus II Kallinikos (246-226 BC) and renamed Kallinikos/Callinicum after...
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 Zhou Dynasty -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The queen's son (Click link for more info and facts about Ji Yijiu) Ji Yijiu was proclaimed the new king by the nobles from the states of Zheng, Lu, (Click link for more info and facts about Qin) Qin and the Marquess of Shen.
The capital was moved eastward in 722 BC to (A city in east central China; the capital of ancient China during several dynasties) Luoyang in present-day (Click link for more info and facts about Henan) Henan Province.
Chinese historiographers take 841 BC as the first year of consecutive annual dating of the history of China, based on the (Click link for more info and facts about Records of the Grand Historian) Records of the Grand Historian by (Click link for more info and facts about Sima Qian) Sima Qian.
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