Sargon II (Neo-Assyrian cuneiform: Šarru-kīn, meaning "the faithful king" or "the legitimate king") was the king of the Neo-Assyrian Empire from 722 BC to his death in battle in 705.
Sargon of Akkad ( / ˈsɑːrɡɒn /; Akkadian: 𒊬𒊒𒄀 Šarrugi ),  also known as Sargon the Great,  was the first ruler of the Akkadian Empire, known for his conquests of the Sumerian city-states in the 24th to 23rd centuries BC.  He is sometimes identified as the first person in recorded history to rule over an empire .
- Akkadian (Sargonic)
- c. 2334–2279 BC (MC)
Sargon II acceded to the throne of the Neo-Assyrian Empire in 722 BC.  By the time of his death in 705, he had ruled the empire with remarkable success for 17 years. Sargon significantly expanded the empire's borders, defeated its most prominent enemies and founded a new capital city named after himself, Dur-Sharrukin. 
Sargon II is a sequel to Sargon. Both are computer chess programs for home computers. Development The Spracklens made significant improvements on the original program and released Sargon II.  In 1978 it tied for third at the ninth North American Computer Chess Championship despite being seeded ninth of 12 entries.
- Dan Spracklen, Kathe Spracklen
- Hayden Software, Spinnaker Software, Commodore International
Sargon II ( Akkadian: Šarru-kên, "legitimate king", reigned 722 – 705 BC) was an Assyrian king. Sargon II became co-regent with Shalmaneser V in 722 BC. Shalmaneser V died in 722 BC. From then on, Sargon II was the only ruler of Assyria. It is not clear if he was the son of Tiglath-Pileser III or a usurper unrelated to the royal family.
- 722 – 705 BC
- Shalmaneser V
Sargon (or SARGON) is a line of chess -playing software for personal computers. The original SARGON from 1978 was written in assembly language by Dan and Kathleen "Kathe" Spracklen for the Z80 -based Wavemate Jupiter III.  History Apple II version
Sargon II  was the king of the Neo-Assyrian Empire from 722 BC to his death in battle in 705. Probably the son of Tiglath-Pileser III , Sargon is generally believed to have become king after overthrowing Shalmaneser V , probably his brother. He is typically considered the founder of a new dynastic line, the Sargonid dynasty.
May 14, 2018 · Sargon II. The Assyrian king Sargon II (reigned 722-705 B.C.) was one of the chief architects of the late Assyrian Empire and the founder of its greatest line of kings. Sargon II, upon his accession, took the name Sharrukin (Sargon is the biblical form), after the illustrious founder of the Akkadian dynasty, who had died 1,600 years before.
Para otros usos de este término, véase Sargón. Sargón II (en acadio: ; Šarru-kīn) fue rey de Asiria entre los años 722 a. C. y 705 a. C.. Recibió el trono de Salmanasar V en el 722 a. C. No está claro si fue hijo de Tiglatpileser III o un usurpador del trono ajeno a la familia real. En idioma siríaco, su nombre era ܣܪܓܘܢ .
Sargon, byname Sargon of Akkad, (flourished 23rd century bce ), ancient Mesopotamian ruler (reigned c. 2334–2279 bce) who was one of the earliest of the world’s great empire builders, conquering all of southern Mesopotamia as well as parts of Syria, Anatolia, and Elam (western Iran).
Sargon II ( bahasa Akadia Šarru-kên "raja yang benar", bahasa Ibrani: סרגון , sar·ḡō·wn; berkuasa 722 – 705 SM) adalah raja Asyur. Sargon II menjadi penguasa bersama dengan Salmaneser V pada tahun 722 SM dan menjadi penguasa satu-satunya atas kerajaan Asyur pada tahun 722 SM setelah wafatnya Salmaneser.
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