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The processional road of the god Marduk in Babylon, whose Akkadian ceremonial name means "May the Arrogant Not Flourish." The street runs north-south through the city, from the Ištar Gate to the Esagil temple. The northern stretch of Ay-ibūr-šabû is sometimes referred to as Ištar-lamassi-ummānīšu ("The goddess Ištar is the Guardian Angel of Her Troops").

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Ay-ibūr-šabû was worked on the the Neo-Babylonian kings Nebuchadnezzar II and Neriglissar. 

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Jamie Novotny, 'Ay-ibūr-šabû: a Pleiades place resource', Pleiades: A Gazetteer of Past Places, 2018 <> [accessed: 19 April 2024]

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