Sargon II

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Sar·gon II

 (sär′gŏn′) Died 705 bc.
Assyrian king (722-705) who enlarged the Assyrian Empire. He completed the siege of Samaria and became king of Babylonia (710).
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Sargon II

(ˈsɑːɡɒn)
n
(Biography) died 705 bc, king of Assyria (722–705). He developed a policy of transporting conquered peoples to distant parts of his empire
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Sargon II


n.
died 705 B.C., king of Assyria 722–705.
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