[ ee-sahr-had-n ]
/ ˌi sɑrˈhæd n /
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Assur-akh-iddin, died 669 b.c., king of Assyria 681–669 b.c.
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Esarhaddon was succeeded by Nebuchadnezzar the First, in whose reign Tobit died29.Ruins of Ancient Cities (Vol. II of II)|Charles Bucke
Thus strengthened Esarhaddon commenced a war with Egypt, the conquest285 of which his father had been obliged to relinquish.History of the Jews, Vol. I (of 6)|Heinrich Graetz
Thus Esarhaddon informs us that he covered the doors of one of his palaces with this precious metal.Mesopotamian Archaeology|Percy S. P. Handcock
His son, who succeeded him, restored the stolen gods, and cultivated good relations with Esarhaddon.
Esarhaddon drove Cimmerian invaders out of Cappadocia, and they swamped Phrygia.