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  Sargon of Akkad - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sargon's vast empire is known to have extended from Elam to the Mediterranean sea, including Mesopotamia and possibly parts of Anatolia.
Sargon's dream involved the favor of the goddess Inanna and the drowning of Ur-Zababa by the goddess.
Sargon captured Mari, Yarmuti and Ebla as far as the Cedar Forest (Amanus) and the silver mountain (Taurus).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sargon_of_Akkad   (920 words)

  
 Sargon II - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The eighth campaign of Sargon against Urartu in 714 BC is well known from a letter from Sargon to the god Ashur (found in the town of Assur, now in the Louvre) and the bas-reliefs in the palace of Dur-Sharrukin.
Sargon plundered the fertile lands at the southern and western shore of Lake Urmia, felling orchards and burning the harvest.
After the capture of Marduk-apla-iddin, Babylon yielded to Sargon and he was proclaimed king of Babylonia in 710, thus restoring the dual monarchy of Babylonia and Assyria.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sargon_II   (1376 words)

  
 Akkad and Sargon The Great
SARGON OF AKKAD was an ancient Mesopotamian ruler who reigned approximately 2334-2279 BC, and was one of the earliest of the world's great empire builders, conquering all of southern Mesopotamia as well as parts of Syria, Anatolia, and Elam (western Iran).
Sargon is known almost entirely from the legends and tales that followed his reputation through 2,000 years of cuneiform Mesopotamian history, and not from documents that were written during his lifetime.
During Sargon's rule Akkadian became adapted to the script that previously had been used in the Sumerian language, and the new spirit of calligraphy that is visible upon the clay tablets of this dynasty is also clearly seen on contemporary cylinder seals, with their beautifully arranged and executed scenes of mythology and festive life.
history-world.org /sargon_the_great.htm   (1128 words)

  
 Sargon
Sargon, the king of Agade, the King of the Land, laid waste the city Uruk, destroyed its wall; fought with the men of Uruk, conquered them; fought with Lugalzaggesi, the king of Uruk, took him prisoner and brought him in a neck stock to [Nippur].
Sargon and his successors, of whom Naram-Sin was the most notable, controlled by military force an area which reached from Tell Brak, on the headwaters of the Habur river, down to Elam, where they held the local princes subject.
Sargon, the form in which it has reached us, possibly represents the Akkadian
cornellia.fws1.com /sargon.htm   (858 words)

  
 STARTREK.COM : Episode
Sargon briefly takes control of Kirk's body, and leads the landing party into another chamber holding two rows of spheres, which are all now dark except for two.
Sargon explains that this is how they stored their minds after the war, laying in wait for someone to find them.
Sargon and Thalassa realize that they cannot live in the physical world, but before they depart to roam the universe in their noncorporeal state, they inhabit Kirk's and Mulhall's bodies one last time so they can share a kiss.
www.startrek.com /startrek/view/series/TOS/episode/68762.html   (629 words)

  
 Sargon did he exist?
Sargon of Agade (his new capital) was the destroyer of the ancient cities of the Sumerians, from whom his own people had derived their civilization.
Sargon II who died 705 B.C. was the Assyrian king (721-705) who completed the conquest of the northern Jewish kingdom of Israel, later known as Samaria.
Sargon’s palace was not discovered until 1843 by Paul Emile Botta, and later excavated by others from the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.
www.mazzaroth.com /ChapterFour/SargonDidHeExist.htm   (702 words)

  
 Sargon, II Biography / Biography of Sargon, II Biography
The Assyrian king Sargon II (reigned 722-705 BC) was one of the chief architects of the late Assyrian Empire and the founder of its greatest line of kings.
Sargon II, upon his accession, took the name Sharrukin (Sargon is the biblical form), after the illustrious founder of the Akkadian dynasty, who had died 1,600 years before.
Sargon's army overran northern Syria and the Taurus region, and by 710 all Syria and Palestine had submitted to Assyrian rule with the exception of Judah; Egypt was friendly.
www.bookrags.com /biography-sargon-ii   (579 words)

  
 Sargon
Sargon's fame is a mixture of numerous occurences in legends, his long reigning period (about 56 years) as well as him forming the first Semitic dynasty in the region, and being the founder of Mesopotamian military traditions.
Sargon is supposed to have built the city of Agade, which became his capital.
While sources say that Sargon was punished by the gods, modern historical science rely more on a theory that the administration as well as Sargon's own ruling abilities were not strong enough for a large kingdom as his.
i-cias.com /e.o/sargon.htm   (422 words)

  
 Sargon Dental Implants: Dental Implants in Europe
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 Sargon is Sennacherib
Sargon's armies were in the west again in his Year 2 (which does not appear to correspond to any of Sennacherib's campaigns), when he defeated Hanno of Gaza and routed an Egyptian force at Raphia.
Sargon's armies, in Year 9 of the Annals, are still fighting the Medes and the Persian rebels in the east.
Sargon in that his tenth year, he says, refers to himself as being "in the land"; the phrase used in the chrononogical lists to denote that the king stayed at home in such and such a year, and did not lead his troops in person.
www.specialtyinterests.net /sargon.html   (13574 words)

  
 Sargon and Moses. On their birth stories
In favor of an early date are, for example, the abundant Sargon literature of an early period, correspondences with the Sumerian King List, and the match of the adoption process to the known process of the early time.
Sargon's story gives no reason for the secrecy, but the social background explains it: As a high priestess, Sargon's mother had to avoid pregnancy to hold her office.
On the other hand, the verb describing the actions of Sargon's mother means to throw or cast down, and has the secondary sense of "to abandon." [46] Her actions were not intended to lead to Sargon being discovered, as may be further seen in the next point.
www.tektonics.org /copycat/sargon.html   (1677 words)

  
 Sargon of Akkad
Sargon of Akkad reigned from 2334 to 2279 BC, creating an empire that united all of Mesopotamia since the Tower of Babel.
Although Sargon began his life as an orphan adopted by a gardener and not in a royal family, he rose up in power and conquered all the great kings around him.
Sargon conquered him, stripping him of kingship and placing all of Sumer under his own command—establishing the first empire to cover all of Mesopotamia.
www.hyperhistory.net /apwh/bios/b1sargon.htm   (725 words)

  
 The Reign of Sargon of Akkad   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Sargon, King of Akkad, through the royal gift of Ishtar was exalted, and he possessed no foe nor rival.
Afterward in his old age all the lands revolted against him, and they besieged him in Akkad; and Sargon went forth to battle and defeated them; he accomplished their overthrow, and heir widespreading host he destroyed.
Afterward he attacked the land of Subartu in his might, and they submitted to his arms, and Sargon settled that revolt, and defeated them; he accomplished their overthrow, and their widespreading host he destroyed, and he brought their possessions into Akkad.
www.historyguide.org /ancient/sargon.html   (269 words)

  
 Mesopotamian Bronze Age (Old Akkadian, Neo Sumerian, Old Babylonian, Old Assyrian, Late Bronze Age)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Sargon establishes an empire consisting of the entire region of southern Mesopotamia and the region along the Euphrates in northern Mesopotamia, possibly extending to Lebanon.
Another factor in Sargon's success of a central government are the written orders and in general his changes on an administrative level.
Sargon started to call the year by the name of a significant event in that year.
www.sron.nl /~jheise/akkadian/bronze_age.html   (5487 words)

  
 Simon Sargon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Simon Sargon, Professor of Composition at Southern Methodist University, holds degrees from Brandeis University (magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa) and the Juilliard School.
Sargon enjoys wide recognition as a composer, pianist, and lecturer on music, and his compositions have been performed both nationally and internationally.
Sargon has received the Annual Award of Recognition from ASCAP (1991–present); and was a Distinguished Teacher Award Nominee at SMU (2003).
www.simonsargon.com /biography.html   (323 words)

  
 Sargon and the Vanishing Sumerians
Perhaps responding to this need for tin and copper, Sargon extended his empire northwest into Syria, and some scholars speculate that he crossed the Taurus Mountains and extended his empire into the center of Asia Minor.
It was said that Sargon's mother had abandoned him in a cradle of reeds, that she had placed the cradle on one of Mesopotamia's great rivers and that Sargon had been found and adopted by Sumerians - a story similar to one which would emerge centuries later about a man called Moses.
After the fall of Sargon's empire, war erupted between the Sumerians and Gutians, and the Sumerians exterminated or evicted the Gutieans.
www.fsmitha.com /h1/ch03.htm   (909 words)

  
 Sargon, king of Akkad. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
B.C. By conquest he established a great empire that included the whole of Mesopotamia and extended over Syria and Elam, and he controlled territories W to the Mediterranean and N to the Black Sea.
Documents now support the theory that Sargon and his successors sent expeditions into SE Arabia as well as Asia Minor.
Sargon’s dynasty did much to spread Semitic and Sumerian civilization.
www.bartleby.com /65/sa/Sargon-Ak.html   (148 words)

  
 Sargon vs USC - Introduction   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Winston Chee did not report on Sargon research results even though it was explicitly stated in the contract that he had to submit reports in "standard clinical format detailing the results of their findings" every six months.
Sargon appealed the rulings of the Trial Court which limited Sargon's ability to seek a greater amount of damages at trial.
Sargon is now proceeding back to the Trial Court to present evidence as to how much additional monies USC should pay.
www.sargonvsusc.com   (1059 words)

  
 PADD =/\= "RETURN TO TOMORROW"
Sargon's people once had humanoid bodies; six thousand centuries ago their ships colonized the Galaxy, before destroying themselves in a massive conflict.
Sargon takes over Captain Kirk's body with his mind, and says that he needs to borrow two other bodies for the two other remaining minds, so that they may construct android bodies for themselves after half a million years as disembodied minds.
Sargon and Thalassa realize that the temptation of their mental powers is too great, and they trick Henoch into leaving Spock's body while Spock's consciousness is placed in Nurse Chapel's mind.
trekguide.com /padd/tos51.htm   (266 words)

  
 Akkad, Inc. - Currently under construction   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Sargon's kingdom was, essentially, the first empire in recorded history, and lasted from about 2334 BC to 2193 BC, when it was overrun by a tribe from the Zagros mountains known as the Guti.
Sargon I, the founder of the Akkadian dynasty, had such an effect on the Sumero-Akkadians of future generations that his origins were made legendary.
Sargon was succeeded in 2279 BC by his sons Rimush, who ruled for only nine years, and Manishtusu, who reigned from 2269 to 2255 BC.
users.adelphia.net /~akkad   (637 words)

  
 Sargon of Akkad - Sargon I - Sargon II
Sargon of Akkad - Sargon I - Sargon II Sargon of Akkad - Sargon I - Sargon II
Sargon II appropriated the ancient deeds of Sargon of Akkad.
The legends place Sargon of Akkad much further back in time than Sargon II and so also are the deeds of Sargon II chronologically false.
www.lexiline.com /lexiline/lexi57.htm   (968 words)

  
 Sargon - The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition - HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
SARGON [Sargon], king of Akkad in Mesopotamia (reigned c.2340-c.2305 BC).
By conquest he established a great empire that included the whole of Mesopotamia and extended over Syria and Elam, and he controlled territories W to the Mediterranean and N to the Black Sea.
The dynasty founded by Sargon lasted approximately 160 years; it was destroyed (c.2180 BC) by the Gutian barbarians from the Zagros Mts.
www.highbeam.com /doc/1E1:Sargon-Ak/Sargon.html?refid=ip_hf   (121 words)

  
 bio_ss.htm   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
For many years he was closely associated with the late great mezzo soprano Jennie Tourel, performing with her in concerts and master classes across the country and abroad.
Sargon served on the musical staff of the New York City Opera and the Connecticut Opera, and was the assistant conductor of the Concert opera Association of New York, which gave concert performances of unknown and neglected operatic works at Philharmonic Hall.
Sargon has taught on the faculties of Sarah Lawrence College and the Juilliard School, and served as Chair of the Voice Department at the Rubin Academy of Music in Jerusalem for three years.
www.smu.edu /voice/bio_ss.htm   (185 words)

  
 The Sargon legend   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Then Sargon -- his city was the city of......, his father was La'ibum, his mother......., Sargon......
One day, after the evening had arrived and Sargon had brought the regular deliveries to the palace, Ur- Zababa was sleeping (and dreaming) in the holy bed-chamber, his holy residence.
King Ur- Zababa dispatched Sargon, the creature of the gods, to Lugal-zage-si in Unug with a message written on clay, which was about murdering Sargon.
www.earth-history.com /Sumer/sumer-sargon-legend.htm   (744 words)

  
 Scorpion - at 3200 B.C. and Sargon the Great and Ka-Ap in Egypt
Then Pra-Vira (Sumerian Sargon) had by his wife ACCHURA Seni (Sumerian Ash-nar, Ash-lal, The Lady Ash) a son named MANASYU of the line of the PRABHU ["Pharaoh"), the royal eye of GOPTA [Kopt or Egypt, Aigyptos, ancient Egyptian Gebt or Gabt, cognate with the Greek Kopt-os or Copt].
Sargon around 2725 B.C. and on, conquered the West which is contained in the old official copies of his edicts and chronicles in the archives, and on the oldest Sun-temple in Mesopotamia at Nippur and repeated in the later Omen-tablets of the Babylonians.
SARGON THE GREAT (King Scorpion) at 3200 B.C. before the other Sargon’s of 2400 B.C. a star name in the constellation of Scorpius which is a very old Sumerian word for "scorpion" (more rarely it is called Sargas, another Sumerian word).
www.mazzaroth.com /ChapterFour/KingScorpion.htm   (2833 words)

  
 ChessBase.com - Chess News - Sargon — a chess program from the past
They affirm, "The move logic is the heart of SARGON." This was surely to be expected considering the state of all hardware at the time.
The estimated playing strength of Sargon II on a VIC-20 falls drastically short of a respectable tournament player, however I didn't procure the couple for the sake of analysis or to have a strong chess partner available, it was simply to relive first hand the fledgling years of home computer chess.
This disk which should undoubtedly contain Sargon II appears to be a wonderful compendium that includes numerous emulators and 2000 entertaining programs.
www.chessbase.com /newsdetail.asp?newsid=1026   (1041 words)

  
 Sargon Dental Implants On-Line Training Course
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