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Palace of Adad-nārārī III

a Pleiades name resource

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The modern designation of the palace of the eighth-century-BC Assyrian king Adad-nārārī III (r. 810-783 BC) constructed south of the Northwest Palace at Kalhu (biblical Calah, modern Nimrud). The ancient name of the building is not known.

Palace of Adad-nārārī III


geographic name




  • twentieth century of the common era (confident)
  • twenty-first century of the common era (confident)

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