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  • Aku baru nyampe level satu .. peta buta ~~ bener2 buta ... aku kan ga apal peta .. dan ga ada atlas ga ada clue lagi = P

    mayoineko Diary Entry

  • Trus lagu2nya Onmyouza,, brubung Hacchan ga apal lagunya jadi ikutan hedbeng aja dikit2 [takut pusing = P] 'biZ tu,, Week End

    mayoineko Diary Entry

  • Tapi ya emang kuakui aku gak terlalu apal hal2 spt itu sih

    mayoineko Diary Entry

  • Nabopolassar (Nabu-apal-usur, 626–605), the Chaldean king of the Sealand, rebelled from the Assyrians and in 626 took the archaic title king of Akkad.

    626-539

  • When the invasion of the Sea Peoples around 1200 destroyed the Hittite Empire and pushed the Egyptians out of Asia, and created a power vacuum in the region, Tiglath-Pileser I (Tukulti-apal-eser, 1115–1077) quickly took advantage of the situation.

    e. The Kassites, the Hurrians, and the Arameans

  • The Assyrians conquered Babylon in 728, but the Chaldean King Merodach-Baladan II (Marduk-apal-iddina) drove them out.

    f. The Neo-Assyrians and the Neo-Babylonians

  • Finally, we have the campaign of 867, the last fixed date in the reign of Ashur nasir apal, and the reason for compiling the latest edition of the

    Assyrian Historiography

  • For the period after the reign of Ashur bani apal, we have only the scantiest data.

    Assyrian Historiography

  • (722-705 B.C.), Sennacherib (705-686 B.C.), Esarhaddon (686-668 B.C.), and Ashur bani apal (668-626 B.C.), furnish us a most embarrassing wealth of historical material, while the problems, especially as to priority of date and as to consequent authority, become most complicated.

    Assyrian Historiography

  • Particularly is this the case with the inscriptions of Sennacherib and Ashur bani apal.

    Assyrian Historiography

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  • Actually, today's OED Word of the Day is "appal" or "appall".

    February 27, 2008

  • also spelled apall

    February 27, 2008