Nineveh - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- the capital city of the Assyrian empire
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be recognised for them at Nineveh in the district of Syria.
his Stages says that at Nineveh there is a very high
Where Nineveh and his monument now stands:
set off to attack the city of Nineveh. When king Saracus
Assyria], where he built Nineveh." Nineveh is the city
also once the town of Nineveh, which was on the Tigris
exception of Babylon and Nineveh. The Macedonians collected its
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