Sargon, his successor, boasts of this achievement of his arms.
Sargon has put his name on some object that he dedicates to the sun-god at Sippar.
Sargon now had to face a more formidable coalition, that of the northern nations under Ursa of Ararat.
What Sargon meant by this the excavations of M. Place have shown.
Sargon's new trouble had broken out in Babylon, and was much more serious than any revolt in Syria.
The palace of Sargon at Khorsabad had no less than 209 rooms.
Transparent glass seems to have been first introduced in the reign of Sargon.
Sargon deposed him, and put his brother Ahimit in his place.
Mention was again supposed to have been made of tin in the annals of Sargon.
The Elamites reconquered two cities which Sargon had taken from them.