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Assyrian Chronology
« on: August 24, 2007, 03:03:34 PM »

Here is David's reconstruction of the Middle Assyrian Period. As to the overlapping dynasties, much of the work on the placement of the Assyrians in the New Chronology is down to Bernard Newgrosh, who, I have it on good authority, has a book coming out this autumn.

Enlil-nirari1179-1170
Arik-din-ili1169-1158
Adad-nirari I1157-1126
Shalmaneser I1125-1096
Tukulti-Ninurta I1095-1059
Ashur-nadin-apli1058-1055
Ashur-nirari III1058-1053
Enlil-kudur-usur1054-1050
Ninurta-apil-Ekur1052-1040
Ashur-dan I1049-1004
Ashur-rabi II1039-999
Ninurta-Tukulti-Ashur1013-1013
Mutakkil-Nusku1013-1013
Ashur-uballit II1012-1004
Ashur-resh-ishi I1003-986
Ashur-resh-ishi II998-994
Tiglath-pileser II993-961
Tiglath-pileser I995-957
Ashared-apil-Ekur956-955
Shamshi-adad IV956-953
Ashur-bel-kala954-937
Ashur-nasirpal I952-934
Eriba-Adad II936-935
Ashur-dan II934-912
Shalmaneser II933-922
Adad-nirari II911-891
Tukulti-Ninurta II890-884
Ashur-nasirpal II883-859
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Re: Assyrian Chronology
« Reply #1 on: August 24, 2007, 04:56:59 PM »

>Assyria<

Middle Assyrian Period

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The New Chronology, 1182-870
« Reply #2 on: October 19, 2008, 04:45:42 AM »

I thought several of you might find this interesting, especially those of you, like Cush, who are building timelines and chronologies.  Attached is chapter 18, pp. 494-506, from Bernard Newgrosh, Chronology at the Crossroads: The Late Bronze Age in Western Asia (Leicester, UK: Matador, 2007).  Newgrosh is Rohl's recognized "expert" on the New Chronology in Mesopotamia and Hatti.

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Re: The New Chronology, 1182-870
« Reply #3 on: November 05, 2008, 08:50:56 PM »

I thought several of you might find this interesting, especially those of you, like Cush, who are building timelines and chronologies.  Attached is chapter 18, pp. 494-506, from Bernard Newgrosh, Chronology at the Crossroads: The Late Bronze Age in Western Asia (Leicester, UK: Matador, 2007).  Newgrosh is Rohl's recognized "expert" on the New Chronology in Mesopotamia and Hatti.
OK, I will see what data I can extract from it and I will incorporate the dates in my database.
Many Many Thanks !!!!
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