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  1. Apr 11, 2024 · Tiglath-pileser III was the king of Assyria (745–727 bc) who inaugurated the last and greatest phase of Assyrian expansion. He subjected Syria and Palestine to his rule, and later (729 or 728) he merged the kingdoms of Assyria and Babylonia. Since the days of Adad-nirari III (reigned 810–783 bc)

  2. Tiglath-Pileser III [b] ( Neo-Assyrian cuneiform: Tukultī-apil-Ešarra, [4] meaning "my trust belongs to the son of Ešarra"; [2] [c] Biblical Hebrew: תִּגְלַת פִּלְאֶסֶר‎ Tīglaṯ Pīlʾeser) was the king of the Neo-Assyrian Empire from 745 BC to his death in 727. One of the most prominent and historically significant ...

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  4. Nov 8, 2019 · Tiglath-Pileser III and Ahaz, King of Judah. Years later, Pekah, an Israelite official, assassinated Menahem’s son, Pekahiah, and succeeded him as king (2 Kings 15:25). He teamed up with Rezen, King of Syria, and laid siege to Jerusalem. Ahaz, the King of Judah, turned to Tiglath-Pilesar III for help: “So Ahaz sent messengers to Tiglath ...

  5. Tiglath-pileser III, (flourished 8th century bc ), King of Assyria (r. 745–727 bc) who led the last and greatest phase of Assyrian expansion. On taking the throne, he immediately set about strengthening Assyria. He subdivided large provinces to quash independence movements, had officials report directly to him, and resettled tens of thousands ...

  6. In 745, the future Tiglath-pileser III, the then governor of the northern Kalhu province, rebelled against Adad-nirari III's son, Ashur-nirari V, and seized the throne. The name Tiglath-Pileser was a throne-name—given to the king on his accession to the throne, rather than a name given at birth. In translation, it means "My Trust is the Heir ...

  7. Tiglath-pileser saw this as a provocation and a challenge to Assyria's primacy in the region. He repeatedly led the Assyrian army against Mukin-zeri and ultimately defeated him, taking the crown of Babylon for himself in 729 BC. For the remainder of his reign, Tiglath-pileser ruled both as the king of Assyria and the king of Babylon.

  8. Tiglath-Pileser III was the king of Assyria who reigned between 745 BC and 727 BC and ruled over the Neo-Assyrian Empire. He was responsible for merging the two major kingdoms of Assyria and Babylonia .Since the days of Adad-nirari III (reigned 810–783 bc) Assyria had been politically and militarily weak, for its northern neighbour, Urartu ...

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