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- each god and goddess was a symbol of a certain principle. in ashurism it was the god ashur that was the ultimate worship, thus by nature, constituting
- ashur-uballit i (aššur-uballiṭ i), who reigned between 1365 and 1330 bc, was the first king of the middle ****yrian empire (1365–1050 bc). after his father
- beyt-e ashur (persian: بيت عاشور‎‎, also romanized as beyt-e ‘Āshūr; also known as nahr Āshūr and nahr-e Āshūr) is a village in jaffal rural district
- ashur-etil-ilani was a king of ****yria (ca. 631 bc – ca. 627 bc). he succeeded his father ashurbanipal. the reconstruction of the events occurring during
- ashur-nadin-ahhe ii (aššur-nādin-ahhē ii) was king of ****yria from 1393 to 1383 bc. preceded by ashur-rim-nisheshu, he is considered to be the last king
- ashur-dan iii was king of ****yria from 772 to 755 bc. ashur-dan iii was the son of adad-nirari iii, and succeeded his brother shalmaneser iv in 773 bc
- puzur-ashur ii or puzur-aššur ii was the išši’ak aššur ('steward of ****ur') of the old ****yrian empire for eight years between 1865 bce and 1857 bce.
- for other uses, see ashur (disambiguation). ashur (אַשּׁוּר; often also transliterated as ****hur to reflect the pointing of hebrew letter 'ש' (shin) in