Chronology and History in the Late Assyrian Empire (631—619 B.C.)

@inproceedings{Naaman1991ChronologyAH,
  title={Chronology and History in the Late Assyrian Empire (631—619 B.C.)},
  author={Nadav Na’aman},
  year={1991}
}
The documentary evidence published so far forme a sound basis for the study of the chronology of the late Assyrian empire. The chronological data of the Harran inscription must be eliminated from the discussion. The dates suggested for the Assyrian kings: Aöb. 669-631; Aei. 631-627; SSi. 627-612; Ssl 626. This chronological framework enables us to present a detailed sequence of the events which led to the final withdrawal of Assyria from Babylonia in 620 B.C. Year 623 was crucial for the… 

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