Calah


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Ca·lah

 (kā′lə) also Ka·lakh (kä′läKH)
An ancient city of Assyria on the Tigris River south of present-day Mosul, Iraq. It was probably built in the 13th century bc.
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Van Buylaere's edition of Sin-sarru-iskun's Cylinder B, an inscription recording this king's restoration of a temple (probably Ezida) in Calah (pp.
Aidan DeGarmo, Allica Derry, Hannah DesChamp, Sarah Diess, Samantha Donovan, Alex Dupre, Riley Edmondson, Stormie Ehret, Kaleo Ettel, Calah Feuerstein, Stefan Fields, Alexander Finch, Jeffery Flores, Clayton Fritts, Gabriel Galyon, Rosa Garcia Contreras, Madison Glenn, Tevin Goddard, Marcos Godinez-Martinez, Devin Godley, Abigail Griego, Juan Guerrero Romero, Alexis Guillen, Erika Guillen-Mora,
Her time was 2:42:12, well behind the American winner, Calah Schlabach, with a time of 1:58:27.
of Southbridge; and 6 great-grandchildren, Ashley, Noah, and Amber King of Brookfield, and Calah, Cassie, and Josiah Dresser of Dudley.
Some students, like Chamara Moore of Chicago and Calah Williams of North Miami, are young members of the American Mensa Ltd.
From that land he went into Assyria, and built Nineveh, Rehoboth-ir, Calah, and Resen between Nineveh and Calah; that is the great city," NRSV.
In the north, the old Assyrian capitals of Nineveh and Calah (Nimrud) were also targeted.
and in a group of reliefs from the palace of Ashurnasirpal II at Calah.
Trostel-Breaux - Calah Trostel and Cory Breaux, of Eugene, a son.
In a display inscription of Shalmaneser III from the ekal masarti ("Fort Shalmaneser") at Calah, the titulary is followed by the following description of the king:
Jennifer Mayer, Jessie McCann, David McCartney, Brian McNabb, Gavin McQuillan, Eloy Morales, Alandra Morin, Amanda Morse, Christopher Naylor, Calah Newman, Matthew O'Brien, Jeffrey Petty,