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Who is Esarhaddon?
Esarhaddon, was a king of Assyria who reigned 681 – 669 BC. He was the youngest son of Sennacherib and the West Semitic queen Naqi'a, Sennacherib's second wife.
- also known as 阿萨尔哈东
- child of Sennacherib and Naqi'a
- parent of Ashurbanipal
- died in 0668 B.C. (2684 years ago)
"Esarhaddon" is a book by Leo Tolstoy.
- also known as "Esarhaddon, and other tales"
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Revised Full-Color Edition by Merrill C. Tenney
Sennacherib's successor and son, ESARHADDON (680 – 669 B.C.), again conquered Syria and “fought daily, without interruption, very bloody battles against Tirhakah (Tarqû), king of Egypt and Ethiopia, the one accursed by all the great ...
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Pergamon Museum, Berlin
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Scrabble value of E1S1A1R1H4A1D2D2O1N1
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