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Western Asia in the days of Sargon of Assyria, 722-705 B.C.

A study in oriental history

by A. T. Olmstead

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Published by H. Holt and company in New York .
Written in English

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  • Assyria
    • Subjects:
    • Sargon II, King of Assyria, d. 705 B.C,
    • Assyria -- History

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby A. T. Olmstead.
      SeriesCornell studies in history and political science, issued by the President White school, Cornell university, vol. II
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS68 .O52
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 192 p.
      Number of Pages192
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6997836M
      LC Control Number08017886

      While engaged in the siege of Samaria Shalmaneser died or was murdered, and the throne was seized by another general who took the name of Sargon ( BC). Sargon, for whose history see SARGON, captured Samaria in BC, carry of its inhabitants into captivity. A large part of his reign was spent in combating a great confederation.


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A study in oriental history. [A T Olmstead]. SARGON AS A WARRIOR AND AS A BUILDER. The origin of Sargon II.: the revolt of Babylon, Merodach-baladan and Elam -- The kingdom of Elam from the time of the first Babylonian empire; the conquest's of Shutruh-nalkunta I.; the princes of Malamir -- 722-705 B.C.

book first encounter of Assyria and Elam, the battle of Durilu ( B.C.) -- Revolt of Syria, Iaubidi of Hamath and Hannon of Gaza. Western Asia in the Days of Sargon of Assyria, B.C.: A Study in Oriental History Item PreviewPages:   Excerpt from Western Asia in the Days of Sargon of Assyria, B.

C: A Study in Oriental History The present work is a thesis presented to the President White School of History and Political Science at Cornell University, and is published as one of its studies.

Full text of "Western Asia in the days of Sargon of Assyria, B.C. A study in oriental history" See other formats. Western Asia in the days of Sargon of Assyria by A. T Olmstead () The correspondence of Tiglath-pileser III and Sargon II from Calah/Nimrud (Book) Western Asia in the days of Sargon of Assyria, B.C.

Sargon II (Assyrian Šarru-ukīn ( 𒈗𒄀𒈾); Aramaic סרגן; reigned – BC) was an Assyrian king. A son of Tiglath-Pileser III, he came to power relatively late in life, possibly by usurping the throne from his older brother, Shalmaneser II suppressed rebellions, conquered the Kingdom of Israel, and, in BC, conquered the Kingdom of Babylon, thus Born: c.

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A Study in 1 copy. Sargon, for whose history see SARGON, captured Samaria in B.C., carry of its inhabitants into captivity.

A large part of his reign was spent in combating a great confederation of the northern nations (Armenia, Manna, etc.) against Assyria. Sargon II (Assyrian Šarru-ukīn ( 𒈗𒄀𒈾); Aramaic סרגן; reigned – BC) was an Assyrian king. A son of Tiglath-Pileser III, he came to power relatively late in life, possibly by usurping the throne from his older brother, Shalmaneser V.

Sargon II suppressed rebellions, conquered the Kingdom of Israel, and, in BC, conquered Babylon, thus reuniting Assyria. Sargon II (Assyrian Šarru-ukīn ( 𒈗𒄀𒈾); Aramaic סרגן ; reigned – BC) was an Assyrian king. A son of Tiglath-Pileser III, he came to power relatively late in life, possibly by usurping the throne from his older brother, Shalmaneser II suppressed rebellions, conquered the Kingdom of Israel, and, in BC, conquered Babylon, thus reuniting Assyria.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Albert Ten Eyck Olmstead books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Western Asia in the Days of Sargon of Assyria - Scholar's Choice Edition. Olmstead A T (Albert Ten Eyck) 19 Feb B.C. Albert Ten Eyck Olmstead.

30 Mar Hardback. US$ Add to basket. Albert Ten Eyck Olmstead (23 de março de - 11 de abril de ) foi um assiriologista americano, nascido em Troy (Nova Iorque) (Troia), filho de Charles e Ella Olmstead. [1] Enquanto estudava na Cornell University, ele se interessou pela história da Assíria e, por sugestão do seu professor Nathaniel Schmidt, começou a estudas as inscrições do rei assírio Sargão II.

Olmstead has written: 'Western Asia in the days of Sargon of Assyria, B.C' -- subject(s): History 'History of the Persian Empire' -- subject(s): History. From about to B.C., a gap of more than one hundred years presents itself in the history of Assyria.

But from B.C. down to the fall of Nineveh and the overthrow of the Assyrian Empire ( B.C.) the history of Assyria is very completely represented in documents. Towards B.C., Tiglath-pileser II was king over Assyria. Western Asia in the Days of Sargon of Assyria, B.C.: a Study in Oriental History.

SARGON OF ASSYRIA ( B.C.). SARGON AS A WARRIOR AND AS A BUILDER. The origin of Sargon II.: the revolt of Babylon, Merodach-baladan and Elam—The kingdom of Elam from the time of the first Babylonian empire; the conquest's of Shutruh-nalkunta I.; the princes of Malamîr—The first encounter of Assyria and Elam, the battle of Durilu ( B.C.)—Revolt of.

Assyrian documents place their appearance there in the time of King Sargon ( B.C.), a date which closely corresponds with that of the establishment of the first group of Scythians in southern Russia” (The Scythians,pp. 44). Asia in the Days of Sargon of Assyria, B.C.

(Cornell Studies in History and Political Science 2; New York: Holt, ) ; idem, History of Assyria (New York: Scribner's, ) ; W. Hallo, "From Qarqar to Carchemish: Assyria and Israel in the Light of New Dis.

Shop the latest titles by Albert T. Olmstead at Alibris including hardcovers, paperbacks, 1st editions, and audiobooks from thousands of sellers worldwide. Shalmaneser died before Samaria was captured, and may have been assassinated. The next Assyrian monarch, Sargon II ( B.C.), was not related to either of his two predecessors.

He is referred to by Isaiah, 2 and is the Arkeanos of Ptolemy. He was the Assyrian monarch who deported the "Lost Ten Tribes". He also built a new altar in the temple of Jerusalem A.T. Olmstead, Western Asia in the Days of Sargon of Assyria, B.C.

(New York: Holt, ), p. ; id. Although the nonfiction book should be full of definite facts, the author can add some emotions to make this memoir or chronic and not so bored. It is a perfect literature for studying. Reading of nonfiction is useful for self-development. Due to this genre reader can find out a lot of new and interesting nuances about the thing which he is.

The siege of Samaria, begun by Shalmaneser (2 Kgs. –6), was concluded by Sargon (–), a valiant prince, who smote the Egyptians at Raphia () and maintained and extended his borders on all sides.

There was again a rising of the Philistines inbut once more the Egyptians failed their friends in the time of need. Sargon II (Assyrian Akkadian: Šarru-ukīn (); Aramaic סרגן ; reigned – BC) was an Assyrian king.A son of Tiglath-Pileser III, he came to power relatively late in life, possibly by usurping the throne from his older brother, Shalmaneser II suppressed rebellions and conquered the Kingdom of Israel.

The Neo-Assyrian pronunciation of the name was. The situation of this city is said to be the most beautiful of all Western Asia. It is mentioned among the conquests of the Egyptian king Thothmes III. (B.C. ), and in the Amarna tablets (B.C. It is first mentioned in Scripture in connection with Abraham's victory over the confederate kings under Chedorlaomer (Genesis ).

An attempt to analyze the book of Habakkuk into its constituent elements and to I4-I7) come from the seventh century B.

C.; the prediction of the overthrow of the Chaldaeans (2: ) belongs to the middle of the sixth century; somewhere between the fifth and A. Western Asia in the Days of Sargon of Assyria, B. ( B.C.), and restored and reoccupied by Sargon ( B.C.).

0 Not a few of the astrological and omen tablets in the Kuyunjik collection of the British Museum, however, although found at Nineveh, were executed, according to their own testimony, at Calah for the rab-dup-sarre or principal librarian during the reigns of Sargon and.

ASSYRIA: A. Olmstead, Western Asia in the Days of Sargon of Assyria, B.C. New York, AUGSBURG, containing the following books from the Zohar: the Book of Concealed Mystery, the Greater Holy Assembly, the Lesser Holy.

Sargon II ( B.C.). —The new king was a usurper, and probably the murderer of his predecessor. Whatever the differences between Sargon and Shalmaneser may have been in domestic matters, in the field of external policies no change was contemplated or carried out, and Sargon closely followed the pattern set by Tiglath-pileser.

The Assyrian Empire (Enlarge) (PDF for Print) (Freely Distributed) Map of the Assyrian Empire at its Greatest Extant ( BC.) This map reveals the Assyrian Empire in BC under its greatest rulers: Tiglath-Pileser III ( BC), Sargon II ( BC), Sennacherib ( BC), Esarhaddon ( BC), and Ashurbanipal ( BC).

the Seleucids, which was founded about B.C.5 The piti- ful condition of Jerusalem bewailed in the Book of Lamen- tations was the result of the destruction of the holy city by Antiochus Epiphanes' commissioner Apollonius in B.C.

(1 Mace. 1 31). Josephus, who gives a paraphrase of Nah. in his. The Age of Sargon II - A short history of Assyria from B.C. it was amazing avg rating — 1 rating — published — 2 editions/5. While engaged in the siege of Samaria Shalmaneser died or was murdered, and the throne was seized by another general who took the name of Sargon ( B.C.).

Sargon, for whose history see SARGON, captured Samaria in B.C., carry of. Sargon II becomes king of Assyria ( BC). The entire population of Israel is deported into Assyrian lands to the east in / BC, and five Gentiles groups are resettled in what was the Northern Kingdom but becomes the Assyrian province of Samaria.

They will. Babylonia (/ ˌ b æ b ɪ ˈ l oʊ n i ə /) was an ancient Akkadian-speaking state and cultural area based in central-southern Mesopotamia (present-day Iraq).A small Amorite-ruled state emerged in BC, which contained the minor administrative town of Babylon.

It was merely a small provincial town during the Akkadian Empire (– BC) but greatly expanded during the Capital: Babylon.The new Arab kingdom and the fate of the Muslim world / by Albert Ten Eyck Olmstead Olmstead, A. T. (Albert Ten Eyck), [ Book: ].The Anglo-Saxons began enterprise overseas.

Now Israel ceased to be a kingdom in B.C. From that time on they wandered into Europe and the British -Isles. Now subtract from B.C. and this leaves you with the number A.D. Problem is, when you came from 1 B.C. to 1 A.D. you lost a year.