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  British Museum - Shalmaneser III, king of Assyria (858-824 BC)
Shalmaneser III (Shulmanu-ashared, 'the god Shulmanu is foremost') succeeded his father, Ashurnasirpal II, as king of Assyria in 858 BC and attempted to consolidate earlier military successes.
Only after 841 BC was he able to take receipt of tribute from Jehu of Israel.
Despite his achievements the last years of Shalmaneser's reign, which ended in 824 BC, were marked by revolts within Assyria and warfare between two of his sons.
www.britishmuseum.org /explore/highlights/article_index/s/shalmaneser_iii,_king_of_assyr.aspx   (204 words)

  
  The Art Newspaper -- Events, Politics and Economics
Large stele belonging tot he Assyrian King Adad-Nirari III (811-782 BC) carved with the king’s standing portrait: close to his head on either side are to be seen the symbols of the gods.
Throne-dais of Shalmanese III (858-824 BC) consisting of two large slab of yellowish limestone, decorated with three scenes in bas-relief depicting 84 persons; its surface and sides are carved with writings mentioning the name of the king, his titles, deeds and conquests, found at Nimrud
Gypsum cast of the Black Obelisk of the Assyrian King Shalmaneser III (858-824 BC), decorated in bas-relief on the four sides with several panels and with inscriptions depicting the king’s triumphs and showing the kings and princes who had submitted to his authority.
www.theartnewspaper.com /iraqmus/foto.asp?cartella=assyrian&partenza=10&titolo=Assyrian   (341 words)

  
  Assyria - Crystalinks
The city of Ashur was conquered by Shamshi-Adad I (1813-1791 BC) in the expansion of Amorite tribes from the Khabur delta.
In 1120 BC, Ashur-resh-ishi's son, Tiglath-Pileser I crossed the Euphrates, capturing Carchemish, defeated the Mushki and the remnants of the Hittites - even claiming to reach the Black Sea - and advanced to the Mediterranean, subjecting Phoenicia.
In 689 BC, Babylonia again revolted, but Sennacherib responded swiftly by opening the canals around Babylon and flooding the outside of the city until it became a swamp, resulting in its destruction, and its inhabitants were scattered.
www.crystalinks.com /assyria.html   (3662 words)

  
  Rise of Assyria
In 1107 BC[?], however, he sustained a temporary defeat at the hands of Merodach-f'iadin-akhi (Marduknadin-akhë)' of Babylonia, where the Kassite dynasty[?] had finally succumbed to Elamite attacks and a new line of kings was on the throne.
In 804 BC Damascus was captured by his successor Hadad-nirari IV[?], to whom tribute was paid by Samaria.
When he ascended the throne of Babylon in 747 BC Assyria was in the throes of a revolution.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/ri/Rise_of_Assyria.html   (669 words)

  
  9th century BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
895 BC - Death of Zhou xiao wang, King of the Zhou Dynasty of China.
860 BC - The kingdom of Urartu is unified.
820 BC - Pygmalion ascends the throne of Tyre.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/9th_century_BC   (722 words)

  
 9th century BC
860 BC - The kingdom of Urartu is unified.
858 BC - Shalmaneser III succeeds Assurnasipal II as king of Assyria.
820 BC - Pygmalion ascends the throne of Tyre.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/9/9t/9th_century_bc.html   (792 words)

  
 European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
BC (Myco/F-Lytic) collected from 1998 to 2001 from HIV-infected individuals with culture proven MTC were retrospectively studied, including time and number of BC, as well as time, number, specimen type and result of all concurrent mycobacterial cultures.
Conventional, non-mycobacterial BC (Bact/Alert FA) was inoculated with serial dilutions of MTB to determine the ability of MTB to grow in the medium.
BC are useful to provide rapid cultural confirmation of TB in HIV-infected patients in a setting such as Portugal.
www.blackwellpublishing.com /eccmid14/abstract.asp?id=15135   (428 words)

  
 Assyria - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The city of Ashur was conquered by Shamshi-Adad I (1813 BC–1791 BC) in the expansion of Amorite tribes from the Khabur delta.
In 1120 BC, Ashur-resh-ishi's son, Tiglath-Pileser I crossed the Euphrates, capturing Carchemish, defeated the Mushki and the remnants of the Hittites—even claiming to reach the Black Sea—and advanced to the Mediterranean, subjecting Phoenicia.
Shalmaneser V was deposed in 722 BC in favour of Sargon the Tartan, or commander-in-chief of the army, who then quickly took Samaria, carrying 27,000 people away into captivity into the Israelite Diaspora, and effectively ending the northern Kingdom of Israel.
www.voyager.in /Assyria   (1914 words)

  
 Assyria
But the greatest period of conquest occurred between 883 and 824, under the monarchies of Ashurnazirpal II (883-859 BC) and Shalmeneser III (858-824 BC), who conquered all of Syria and Palestine, all of Armenia, and, the prize of prizes, Babylon and southern Mesopotamia.
It was the Assyrian monarch, Sargon II (721-705 BC), who first forcefully relocated Hebrews after the conquest of Israel, the northern kingdom of the Hebrews.
The last great monarch of Assyria was Ashurbanipal (668-626 BC), who not only extended the empire, but also began a project of assembling a library of tablets of all the literature of Mesopotamia.
www.wsu.edu /~dee/MESO/ASSYRIA.HTM   (727 words)

  
 BC Fishing Reports Forum, Freshwater & Saltwater Angler Resources for fishing British Columbia
BC Fishing Reports Forum, Freshwater & Saltwater Angler Resources for fishing British Columbia
Angler resources for fishing sturgeon, salmon, steelhead and Trout in BC, Canada.
BCFR was created to bring awareness to our resources, and to promote ethical and responsible fishing practices, so that everyone can enjoy the resource, as we all do.
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