Akkad
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AKKAD; AKKADIANS

ak'-ad, a-ka'-di-ans. See ACCAD; ACCADIANS.

Strong's Hebrew
390. Akkad -- the name of a city in N. Bab.
... 389, 390. Akkad. 391 . the name of a city in N. Bab. Transliteration:
Akkad Phonetic Spelling: (ak-kad') Short Definition: Accad. ...
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Editor's Preface
... between the summit and the bottom of the mound, Mr. Haynes laid bare a pavement
constructed of huge bricks stamped with the names of Sargon of Akkad and his ...
/.../history of egypt chaldaea syria babylonia and assyria v 1/editors preface.htm

Introduction
... in the north of Babylonia, the American excavators have found an even larger number
of tablets, some of which go back to the age of Sargon of Akkad, or 6000 ...
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Appendices
... En-annadu II., high-priest. Lugal-usum-gal, vassal of Sargon of Akkad. KINGS OF
KIS. ... Lugal-khassi. DYNASTY OF AGADE (AKKAD). Sargon or Sargani-sar-ali, BC3800. ...
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Canaan
... As far back as the reigns of Sargon of Akkad and his son Naram-Sin (BC3800), three
campaigns had laid it at the feet of the Chaldaean monarch, and Palestine ...
/.../sayce/early israel and the surrounding nations/chapter ii canaan.htm

Syria at the Beginning of the Egyptian Conquest
... The people of Sumir and Akkad, already a composite of many different races, absorbed
thus another foreign element, which, while modifying its homogeneity, did ...
/.../chapter iisyria at the beginning.htm

Chapter x
... mirable dictu! 10-12. The beginning of his kingdom was Babylon, and Erech
and Akkad and Calneh in the land of Shinar. From that ...
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Babylonia and Assyria
... Sumerian princes were engaged in mutual war, the Semites were occupying northern
Babylonia, and establishing their power in the city of Agade or Akkad, not far ...
/.../early israel and the surrounding nations/chapter vi babylonia and assyria.htm

Ancient Chaldaea
... Anunit Sippara; the reading Agadi, Agacle, was especially assumed to lead to its
identification with the Accad of Genesis x.10, and with the Akkad of native ...
/.../chapter iancient chaldaea.htm

The Rise of the Assyrian Empire
... His son Tukulti-ninip made himself master of Babylon, and was the first of his
race who was able to claim the title of King of Sumir and Akkad. ...
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Sargon of Assyria (722-705 BC )
... He offered sacrifices to Bel, Nebo, and to the divinities of Sumir and Akkad, and
he did not return to the camp until he had fulfilled all the duties incumbent ...
/.../chapter iiisargon of assyria 722-705.htm

Thesaurus
Akkad (1 Occurrence)
... Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia AKKAD; AKKADIANS. ak'-ad, a-ka'-di-ans. See ACCAD;
ACCADIANS. Multi-Version Concordance Akkad (1 Occurrence). ...
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Akkadians
Akkadians. Akkad, Akkadians. Akkos . Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia
AKKAD; AKKADIANS. ak'-ad, a-ka'-di-ans. See ACCAD; ACCADIANS. ...
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Shinar (8 Occurrences)
... southern portion of Babylonia. The northern tract was called Akkad, after
the name of its capital city (see ACCAD). The Greek form ...
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Cyrus (20 Occurrences)
... to have been the same in Babylonia, the king's son (he is not named, but apparently
Belshazzar is meant) and the soldiers remaining in Akkad (possibly used in ...
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Hittites (39 Occurrences)
... is in the reign of Saamsu-ditana, the last king of the first Babylonian Dynasty,
about 2000 BC, when the Hittites marched on the "land of Akkad," or "highlands ...
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Eriaku
... (4) An inscription of Eri-Aku, "the powerful man," "the nourisher of Ur (of the
Chaldees), the king of Larsa, the king of Sumer and Akkad; son of Kudur-mabuk ...
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Eri-aku
... (4) An inscription of Eri-Aku, "the powerful man," "the nourisher of Ur (of the
Chaldees), the king of Larsa, the king of Sumer and Akkad; son of Kudur-mabuk ...
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Chaldees (13 Occurrences)
... with the Septuagint, that Ur means, not a city, but perhaps a land in which the
patriarch pastured his flocks, as for instance, the land of Uri or Ura (Akkad). ...
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Agade
... ag'-a-de: Ancient name for Akkad (or ACCAD, which see), one of the chief cities
of Babylonia (Genesis 10:10), and the capital city of Sargon, who lived and ...
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Akim (1 Occurrence)

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