Sennacherib, who sat near Reuben in the music-gallery, nudged him with his elbow.
"I look upon any such doctrine as a sinful crime," said Sennacherib.
Layard had found four Hittite seals in the palace of Sennacherib at Nineveh.
"Canst choose betwixt that young rip and me," replied Sennacherib.
But it is thought that it was the devil who slew eighty-five thousand men of the army of Sennacherib.
"So it is, Miss Blythe—so it is," Mrs. Sennacherib assented, hastily.
A relief of the palace of Sennacherib at Kuyundshik (p. 106) shows us the king in the camp at Lachish.
"He give it up just about the time as you went away," repeated Mrs. Sennacherib.
A slab of Sennacherib's exhibits four harpers arranged in two pairs, all playing with the plectrum on the antique harp.
Therefore the fate of Sennacherib is the fate of Hassan Subah!'