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  1. Naram Sin (2) [a] Artist. Edit Artist ; Share. Marketplace 3 For Sale. Vinyl and CD Naram Sin (2) Songs Of Ur ‎ (CDr, Ltd) A.L.D Distro: A.L.D France: Sell This Version: 1 – 1 of 1. Show. Reviews Add Review. Lists.
  2. Naram-Sin, or Narām-Sîn or –Suen, inscribed in cuneiform on contemporary seal impressions as d na-ra-am-d disitzzemsdabgele.asmaliralindtansedesucmonsrity.co, had been the "waklum" (ugula, Overseer) or "Išši’ak Aššur" (énsi d a-šùr, Steward of Ashur) of the city-state Assur, listed as the 37th king of Assyria on the later Assyrian King Lists, where he is inscribed m na-ram-d disitzzemsdabgele.asmaliralindtansedesucmonsrity.co, or a fragmentary list where he appears as Middle Assyrian Empire c. – BC: Eriba-Adad .
  3. Naram-Sin also transcribed Narām-Sîn or Naram-Suen (Akkadian: 𒀭𒈾𒊏𒄠𒀭𒂗𒍪: D Na-ra-am D Sîn, meaning "Beloved of the Moon God Sîn", the "𒀭" being a silent honorific for "Divine"), was a ruler of the Akkadian Empire, who reigned c. – BC, and was the third successor and grandson of King Sargon of disitzzemsdabgele.asmaliralindtansedesucmonsrity.co Naram-Sin the empire reached its maximum disitzzemsdabgele.asmaliralindtansedesucmonsrity.coy: Dynasty of Akkad.
  4. 1a. mu na-ra-am-d sin a-na gu-za e 2 a-bi-šu i-ru-bu Year: Narām-Sîn ascended the throne in the house of his father 1b. mu umbin-d utu u 3 aš-ta-ba-la na-ra-am-d suen i-pu-šu Year: Naram-Sin seized Ṣupur-Šamaš and Aštabala1c. mu d tišpak dumu-sag? d en-lil 2-la 2 dingir nam-lugal esz 3-nun-na ki mu-na-sa 4-a e 2-ad-da-a-ni-sze 3 i-ni-in-tu-ra-am 3 umbin?-ur-d utu ki ba-hul u 3.
  5. Year in which Naram-Sin (after) campaigning against Azuhunum (FAOS 7 p. 50 D-8) d in 1 mu na-ra-am-{d}disitzzemsdabgele.asmaliralindtansedesucmonsrity.co sza-ab-bu-nu-um{ki} mu-hul-a In the year in which Naram-Sin destroyed Szabbunum: e mu bad3 a-ka3-de3{ki} Year in which the city wall of Agade (OSP 2 ) f.
  6. Jun 23,  · Naram-sin reigned between BCE and saw his fair share of uprisings, invasions, and struggles; yet through it all, he rose above it to be called the last great king of the Akkadian empire. He had to pave his own road to power after having learned from his grandfather and that is where this story begins.
  7. Naram-Sin, atau Narām-Sîn atau –Suen, ditulis di dalam aksara paku pada segel kontemporer sebagai d na-ra-am-d disitzzemsdabgele.asmaliralindtansedesucmonsrity.co, tercatat sebagai en disitzzemsdabgele.asmaliralindtansedesucmonsrity.co ("Ensi") atau "waklum" (d a-šùr) atau "Išši’ak Aššur" (Pelayan Assur) negara kota Assur, tercatat sebagai raja ketiga puluh tujuh Asyur pada Daftar Raja Asyur kemudian, di mana ia menuliskan m na-ram-d disitzzemsdabgele.asmaliralindtansedesucmonsrity.co, atau daftar fragmen di mana ia.
  8. Victory Stele of Naram-Sin, Akkadian, pink limestone, B.C.E. (Louvre, Paris) This monument depicts the Akkadian victory over the Lullubi Mountain people. In the 12th century B.C.E., 1, years after it was originally made, the Elamite king, Shutruk-Nahhunte, attacked Babylon and, according to his later inscription, the stele was taken to Susa in what is now Iran. A stele is a.
  9. Naram-Sin, född omkring disitzzemsdabgele.asmaliralindtansedesucmonsrity.co, död disitzzemsdabgele.asmaliralindtansedesucmonsrity.co, var en betydelsefull kung av den gammalakkadiska dynastin och sonson till dess grundare Sargon av disitzzemsdabgele.asmaliralindtansedesucmonsrity.co namn betyder på akkadiska "Älskad av (månguden) Sin".. Naram-Sin är känd för att ha företagit många fälttåg genom vilka han skapade ett rike som omfattade hela Mesopotamien och många av denna regions närområden.

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