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  Naram-Sin - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Sin (religious offense), in religion, transgression of a sacred or divinely sanctioned law or practice.
Some idea of sin is found in most religions....
Original Sin, in Christian theology, the universal sinfulness of the human race, traditionally ascribed to the first sin committed by Adam.
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 Scifi and Fantasy Forum: Writers Showcase: SF/F Short Stories:Warriors Geste Part I:Archive through Oct 23, 2003
Naram Sin did not look at the mud brick buildings that flanked the road as he strode purposefully toward the center of the city.
Naram Sin suspected this garment was made of human skin and died with the blood of sacrifices.
Naram Sin was sure this bit of string would not hold the massive Orc if he decided he did want to be held but he submitted meekly and followed the warriors to the Huaca.
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May Sin, who goes before me, be the evil one who lies in wait for him for all time to come.
Sin, the wise, the lord of the lunar disk, exalted on in your splendor; (217)
In the fifth year of my reign, Pisiri of Carchemish sinned against the oath by the great gods and sent messages that were hostile to Assyria to Mita in the land of Muski.
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 The Origin of Sin 2
Origins of Sin 2: The Sin of the Patriarchs and the Death of Moses
Sin release them [the ghosts of the ancestors] to eat their bread and drink their water." Responsibility for dead ancestors fell on the guardian of heir, who would receive the father's deities.
Both Thoth and Sin are described as "he who soothes the heart of the gods"."He is the Lord of Friendliness", "God of exceptional goodness among the gods".
www.dhushara.com /book/orsin/origsin2.htm   (7287 words)

  
 Akkadian Empire
Bingani-sar-ali was the son of Naram-Sin, but we do not yet know whether he followed his father on the throne.
Another son was high-priest of the city of Tutu, and in the name of his daughter, Lipus-Eaum, a priestess of Sin, some scholars have seen that of the Hebrew deity Yahweh.
The Babylonian god Ea, however, is more likely to be meant.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/ak/Akkadian_Empire.html   (1509 words)

  
 Sin Artworks and Fine Art at arthistorynet.com
Francisco JosÈ de Goya y Lucientes, EspirÛ sin remedio (There Was Nothing To Be Done and He Died), pl.53 from the series Los desastres de la guerra (The Disasters of War), circa 1810 - 1820
Giacomo del Po, Satan at the Gate of Hell with Sin and Death, a study for the painting The Gates of Hell, circa 1705 - 1708
Francisco de Goya y Lucientes, Spanish, 1746-1828 Espiró sin remedio.
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After protracted tension between Akkad and Ebla, the great king of Akkad, Naram Sin, destroyed Ebla by fire in either 2300 or 2250.
Naram Sin also destroyed Arman, which may have been an ancient name for Aleppo.
Amorite power was effectively eclipsed in 1600 when Egypt mounted a full attack on Greater Syria and brought the entire region under its suzerainty.
www.syriangate.com /syria/ancientsyria.htm   (1496 words)

  
 Syria Gate - About Syria - Idlib - Ebla   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Ebla has been mentioned as one of the cities conquered in 2250 BC by the Akkadians from Mesopotamia under Naram Sin.
It was destroyed by the Akkadians under Naram Sin in 2250 BC, and in 2000 BC was annexed into the Aleppo kingdom of Yamkhad.
In 1600 BC it was conquered and heavily damaged by the Hittites.
www.syriagate.com /Syria/about/cities/Idlib/ebla.htm   (455 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Naram-sin: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Observations upon the inscription of Nabonidus: Concerning Naram Sin's foundation stone by Frederick Augustus Jones (Unknown Binding - 1905)
pleasing to him, permitted me to behold the platform-foundation of Naram Sin, the son of Sargon, which during a period of thirty-two...
dynasty begun by Sargon reached its peak under his grandson Naram-Sin ("Whom the god Sin loves").
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