of or relating to Assyria
the language of Assyria
and Babylonia; Akkadian.
Some time after this the Sumerians disappeared, becoming wholly absorbed into
the Assyro-Babylonian population. Assyrian kings are attested from the late ...
of, relating to, or characteristic of Assyria and Babylonia or their common culture.
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Ishtar was the Assyrian and Babylonian goddess of love and war. She was
closely associated with the Sumerian goddess Inanna. Sometimes her...
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Most of these works are known today only from copies of more recent date. The
most important is the Babylonian epic of the creation of the world, Enuma elish.