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  1. Adad-nīrārī III (also Adad-nārārī, meaning "Adad (the storm god) is my help") was a King of Assyria from 811 to 783 BC. Note that this assumes that the longer version of the Assyrian Eponym List, which has an additional eponym for Adad-nīrārī III, is the correct one.

  2. …mother of the Assyrian king Adad-nirari III (reigned 810–783 bc). Her stela (memorial stone shaft) has been found at Ashur, while an inscription at Calah (Nimrūd) shows her to have been dominant there after the death of her husband, Shamshi-Adad V (823–811 bc ).

  3. Background. Adad-nirari III, also known as Adad-narari was the king of Assyria between 811 BC and 783 BC. He was the successor and son of the previous king of Assyria named Shamshi-Adad V. It is believed that he was very young when he assumed reign over Assyria due to the fact that for the first five years his mother Shammuramat was very ...

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  5. Jan 10, 2018 · Adad-Nirari III was king of the Assyrian Empire and reigning roughly from 805-782 BCE. The Saba'a Stele of Adad-Nirari III recording some of Adad-Nirari’s campaigns was discovered in 1905 in the Sinjar Mountains of Syria. The Stele dates from around 800 BCE and provides one of the earliest archaeological records of the name Palestine (Pa-la ...

  6. Apr 28, 2022 · Adad-nirari III (also Adad-narari) was a King of Assyria from 811 to 783 BC. [edit] FamilyAdad-nirari was a son and successor of king Shamshi-Adad V and was apparently quite young at the time of his accession, because for the first five years of his reign his mother Shammuramat[2] acted as regent, which may have given rise to the legend of ...

  7. May 23, 2019 · This limestone stele depicts the Assyrian king Adad-Nirari III, (r. 810-783 BCE), praying before gods and goddesses symbols. The cuneiform inscriptions mention the king's titles and military campaigns. From Tell al-Rimah, in modern-day Nineveh Governorate, Iraq.

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