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Ashurbanipal

[ ah-shoor-bah-nee-pahl ]
/ ˌɑ ʃʊərˈbɑ niˌpɑl /
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noun

died 626? b.c., king of Assyria 668?–626? b.c.

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Also As·sur·ba·ni·pal [ah-soor-bah-nee-pahl] /ˌɑ sʊərˈbɑ niˌpɑl/ .
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Ashurbanipal

Assurbanipal

/ (ˌæʃʊəˈbɑːnɪˌpæl) /

noun

died ?626 bc, king of Assyria (?668–?626): son of Esarhaddon. He built the magnificent palace and library at NinevehGreek name: Sardanapalus
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