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Limmu List (858-699 BCE)

Limmu List: list of Assyrian officials who gave their names to a given year. Two parts survive, one dealing with the reign of Šamši-Adad (early eighteenth century BCE) and one dealing with the years 858-699 BCE.

This page was created on 26 April 2017.

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Roman Cyprus

Cyprus (Greek Κύπρος): large island in the eastern Mediterranean, colonized by Phoenicians and Greeks.

This page was created on 25 April 2017.

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Lepcis Magna, Theater

Lepcis Magna: Phoenician colony, later part of the Carthaginian empire, the kingdom of Massinissa, and the Roman empire. Its most famous son was the emperor Septimius Severus (r.193-211).

This page was created on 9 April 2017.

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Persepolis, Gate of All Nations

Persepolis (Old Persian Pârsa, modern Takht-e Jamshid): Greek name of one of the capitals of the ancient Achaemenid Empire, founded by king Darius the Great (r.522-486 BCE). There were several satellite sites, Naqš-e Rustam and Takht-e Rustam.

This page was created on 3 April 2017.

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