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 (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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and in a group of reliefs from the palace of Ashurnasirpal II at Calah.
Her time was 2:42:12, well behind the American winner, Calah Schlabach, with a time of 1:58:27.
One participant, Calah Isaac, of Crispus Attucks High School commented, "I liked this program because we got to learn a lot about business, time management and how to prioritize.
Late Bronze Age Qama (Tell Mishrife), near Homs, Syria (Pfalzner 2007: 29-64; Witzel & Kreutz 2007: 173-88) and Nimrud, ancient Calah, where the corpse of a Neo-Assyrian queen, possibly Atalia, wife of Sargon II (721-705 BC), had apparently been heated to a temperature of 150-250[degrees]C for many hours (Schultz & Kunter 1998: 119).
of Southbridge; and 6 great-grandchildren, Ashley, Noah, and Amber King of Brookfield, and Calah, Cassie, and Josiah Dresser of Dudley.
Trostel-Breaux - Calah Trostel and Cory Breaux, of Eugene, a son.
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.
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:
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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,
1) reports the consultation of a prophet by a disenfranchised scholar, which judging from the individual's visit to the Istar temple in Calah (SAA 10 294 r.