Sardanapallus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Sardanapallus   - the last king of Assyria
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Athen_12.511   the Sybarite, and to Sardanapalus, though as far as
Athen_12.528   king of this sort was Sardanapalus, whom some call the son
Athen_12.529   army, and then that Sardanapalus, being dethroned by Arbaces,
Athen_12.530   History of Alexander, says that Sardanapalus died of old age after
Cic:Rep_3.fr4   . . . the notorious Sardanapalus, far moreugly in his vices
Cic:Tusc_5.101   you discover the mistake of Sardanapalus, the wealthiest king of the
Euseb]:Chron_29   After Sammuges, Sardanapallus was king of the Chaldaean
Euseb]:Chron_35   and parts of lower Syria. Then Sardanapallus was [king].
Euseb]:Chron_63   uot;In the 1,013th year, Sardanapallus became king of the
Euseb]:Chron_67   [p67] Acrazanes, for 42 years Sardanapallus, for 20 years
Euseb]:Chron_187   Assyrians came to an end, and Sardanapallus was killed.
Euseb]:Chron_227   pire, after the death of Sardanapallus the last king of
Euseb]:Chron_53-57 *   and Semiramis up until Sardanapallus, who was the last
Just_1.3   reigned over them was Sardanapallus, a man more effemina
Oros_1.12   before the reign of Sardanapalus (offensive and defensive wars
Oros_1.19   rose in revolt and forced Sardanapalus to go to war. When
Oros_2.2   had killed his king Sardanapalus at Babylon, he transferred
ValMax_4.6e.3   talks of the friends of Sardanapallus. Orestes is better known by


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