Ashurbanipal is an Assyrian king who was called the king of

Ashurbanipal is an Assyrian king who was called the king of

11/28/2021, 7:40:18 PM
Ashurbanipal is an Assyrian king who was called the king of the world (about 669 - about 640 BC). (He died in 627 BC) He was the last king of the modern Assyrian Empire Assyria was not only known during his reign for its military strength, but also for its culture and arts, for the first organized library was established during his reign, and the books were in the form of tablets of burnt ceramic clay, the writing was in the cuneiform language which takes the form of a wedge or cone, and that is why it was called by that name. Thousands of tablets from the libraries of Ashurbanipal narrate not only the events that took place during his reign (from 669 BC to the year 626 BC), but all the daily life of the ordinary people of Nineveh, their religion and their literature. His library is one of the most important and largest of the offices that have been found. Which was found in Nineveh, where it contained more than twenty-five thousand clay inscriptions .

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