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A·shur·ba·ni·pal

 (ä′sho͝or-bä′nə-päl′) also As·sur·ba·ni·pal (ä′so͝or-) fl. seventh century bc.
King of Assyria (669-626) who was a noted patron of literature and the arts.
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Ashurbanipal

(ˌæʃʊəˈbɑːnɪˌpæl) or

Assurbanipal

n
(Biography) died ?626 bc, king of Assyria (?668–?626): son of Esarhaddon. He built the magnificent palace and library at Nineveh. Greek name: Sardanapalus
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A•shur•ba•ni•pal

(ˌɑ ʃʊərˈbɑ niˌpɑl)

also Assurbanipal



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