Survey of Old Testament History-The Christian Resource Institute
The Bible Knowledge Accelerator #2-Brief Survey of the Old Testament
ASSYRIA ONLINE! Ancient and modern Assyrian culture.

Assyria (c.1350- 612 BCE)

Map: Assyrian Empires [At]
Assyrian Kings List [at]
Assyrian Army Attacks at City [At Northpark]
The Code of the Assyrians, c. 1075 BCE
Inscription [At Northpark] Tiglathpileser I (r. 1115-1077 BCE):
Inscription [At MUniv] Tiglath Pileser I, King of Assyria, B.C (r. 1115-1077 BCE):
Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser II (d. 823 BCE) [At M UNiv] Each of its four sides is divided into five compartments of sculpture representing the tribute brought to the Assyrian King by vassal princes, Jehu of Israel being among the number. Shalmaneser, whose annals and conquests are recorded upon it, was the son of Assur-natsir-pal, and died in 823 BCE.
Annals of Assur-nasir-pal (prob. r. 883 to 858 BCE) [At M Univ]
Sennacherib's Campaign vs. Judea 701 BCE [At ANET]
Accounts of the Campaign of Sennacherib, 701 BCE
Banquet of Ashurnasiral II (669-626 BCE), [At CCNY]
Account of Revolt of the City of Suru of Bit-Halupe 7th Cent BCE[At CCNY]
Legend of Ahikar the Wise [At Aldawood]
Fall of Nineveh was 615 BCE
Greek Reports of Babylonia, Chaldea, and Assyria Includes accounts of Semiramis and Nitocris, Marriage customs, and the Persian conquest.
The Great Ashurbanipal [At Aldawood]
clay tablets Ashurbanipal (Sardanapalus)(r.668-626 BCE). Collected a libary of 22,000 which was discovered in the late 19th century.
Stolen Stones: The Modern Sack of Nineveh [At Archeology] photographs of sites.
A Popular Account of Discoveries at Nineveh. (1854) Complete text. [At M Univ]
Ninevah Online Ancient and modern Assyrian culture.