Sardanapallus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- the last king of Assyria
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the Sybarite, and to Sardanapalus, though as far as
king of this sort was Sardanapalus, whom some call the son
army, and then that Sardanapalus, being dethroned by Arbaces,
History of Alexander, says that Sardanapalus died of old age after
. . . the notorious Sardanapalus, far more ugly in his vices
you discover the mistake of Sardanapalus, the wealthiest king of the
After Sammuges, Sardanapallus was king of the Chaldaean
and parts of lower Syria. Then Sardanapallus was [king].
uot;In the 1,013th year, Sardanapallus became king of the
[p67] Acrazanes, for 42 years Sardanapallus, for 20 years
Assyrians came to an end, and Sardanapallus was killed.
pire, after the death of Sardanapallus the last king of
and Semiramis up until Sardanapallus, who was the last
reigned over them was Sardanapallus, a man more effemina
before the reign of Sardanapalus (offensive and defensive wars
rose in revolt and forced Sardanapalus to go to war. When
had killed his king Sardanapalus at Babylon, he transferred
talks of the friends of Sardanapallus. Orestes is better known by
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