Ashurnasirpal (Ash´uhr-nas´uhr-puhl)

II, the King of Assyria from 883 to 859 BCE, who by means of regular military campaigns to the four quarters of the Near East forged a new Assyrian empire. In the West, he reached as far as Beth-eden (Amos 1:5) and Carchemish (Isa 10:9).

Amos 1:5

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Isa 10:9

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