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2500000bc: Making and using stone tools.
Oldest: -1210 end
A115
1207bc: Pharaoh Memeptah claims victory over the people of Israel. Earliest known debatable solar
eclispe.
Ashur-dan King-Of-Assyria
1210bc-1134bc
1193
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1210
Oldest: -1190 end
A114
1200bc: The Mycenaean civilization starts to collapse. By 1050bc, the palace centers amd outlying
settlements of the Mycenaeans' highly organized culture had disappeared.
Mutakkil-nushu King-Of-Assyria
1190bc-1133bc
1171
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1190
Oldest: -1170 end
A113
1170bc: The New Kingdom of Egypt is in its last century. During this period, Amenhotep-Iv worship
Aten exclusively thus becoming the first monotheist.
Ashur-resh-ishi King-Of-Assyria
1170bc-1116bc
1142
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1170
Oldest: -1140 end
A112
1140bc: Tiglath-Pileser rules from 1114bc to 1076bc and leads battles against the Mushkku in 1112bc,
and the Aramaeans from 1115bc to 1077bc.
Tiglath-pileser King-Of-Assyria
1140bc-1076bc
1112
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1140
Oldest: -1110 end
A111
1091: Oct 23 Tornado (possible T8/F4) strikes the heart of London killing two and demolishing the
wooden London Bridge
Shamshi-adad-Iv King-Of-Assyria
1110bc-1050bc
1082
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1110
Oldest: -1080 end
A110
1076bc: Battle of Nhu Nguyet River: Ly Dynasty Vietnamese troops hold back invading Song Dynasty
Chinese forces, and a truce is concluded
Ashurnasirpal-I King-Of-Assyria
1080bc-1031bc
1022
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1080
Oldest: -1035 end
A109
1026bc: Saul the King becomes the first king of the Israelites.
Ashur-resh-ishi-Ii King-Of-Assyria
1020bc-967bc
992
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
1035bc-977bc
Youngest: -1020
Oldest: -990 end
A108
984bc: Osorkon the Elder succeeds Amenemope as king of Egypt.
Tiglath-pileser-Ii King-Of-Assyria
990bc-935bc
975
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
985bc-963bc
Youngest: -985
Oldest: -970 end
A107
957bc: Solomon completes the construction of the First Temple in Jerusalem.
Ashur-dan-Ii King-Of-Assyria
970bc-912bc
955
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
950bc-921bc
Youngest: -950
Oldest: -950 end
A106
962bc: Solomon becomes king of Israel, following the death of his father, King David.
Adad-nirari King-Of-Assyria
950bc-891bc
935
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
950bc-921bc
Youngest: -950
Oldest: -940 end end end end end
A105
925bc: Solomon, king of the ancient Israelites, dies.
Tukulti-ninurta King-Of-Assyria
935bc-884bc
912
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
930bc-905bc
Assur-nirka-da-ini King's-Stewart
930bc-908bc
911
bc
JaneDoe King's-Stewardess
925bc-901bc
Nabu-shuma-ukin King-Of-Babylon
940bc-888bc
911
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Babylon
930bc-908bc
Youngest: -925
Oldest: -910 end
A104
912bc: Adad-nirari II succeeds his father Ashur-Dan II as king of Assyria.
Ashurnasirpal-Ii King-Of-Assyria
910bc-859bc
892
bc
Mullissu-mukannisat-ninua Queen-Of-Assyria
910bc-884bc
Nabu-apia-iddina King-Of-Babylon
910bc-855bc
885
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Babylon
901bc-?
Youngest: -901
Oldest: -890 end end
A103
865bc: Kar Kalmaneser (also known as Tell Ahmar and Til Barsib), an independent Neo-Hittite kingdom
located in current Syria on the banks of the Euphrates River, is conquered by the Assyrian king
Ashurnasirpal II.
Shalmaneser King-Of-Assyria
890bc-824bc
863
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
880bc-?
Marduk-zakir-sumi King-Of-Babylon
880bc-819bc
842
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Babylon
860bc-?
Youngest: -860
Oldest: -860
A102
842bc: Shalmaneser III devastates the territory of Damascus; Israel and the Phoenician cities send
tribute.
Shamshi-adad-V King-Of-Assyria
860bc-811bc
831
bc
Shammuramai Princess-Of-Babylon
840bc-792bc
Youngest: -840
Oldest: -823 end
A101
815bc: Emperor Saga of Japan is the first sovereign to drink tea (according to legend), imported
from China by monks. The upper classes adopt this beverage for medicinal use.
Adad-nirari King-Of-Assyria
823bc-783bc
799
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
815bc-?
Youngest: -815
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900000bc: Traveling in a boat.

The Adad-nirari Family


MapFileName: A115-101AdadnirariUnknown
Number of Couples: 19