Ashuretililani, king of Assyria, improves Nabu's temple at Calah, 229.
And Resen between Nineveh and Calah; the same is a great city.
Esar-haddon was the builder of a palace at Nineveh as well as of one which he erected at Calah for Assur-bani-pal.
It was his son, Shalmaneser I, to whom the foundation of Calah is ascribed.
Asshur-izir-pal built him a magnificent temple at Nimrud (Calah).
He erected a temple to the god at Calah, and granted him many resounding titles.
The other was at Calah, where her husband had also a temple.
The report of these events, reaching Calah, awoke the ambition of Shalmaneser.
Besides the magnificent palace which he built at Calah, Asshur-izir-pal is known also to have erected a certain number of temples.
He had another temple at Calah; besides which he had four "arks" or "tabernacles," the emplacement of which is uncertain.