Aššur-Nacir-Aplia, King of Assyria, active 668 B.C.-627 B.C.
Assurbanipal, King of Assyria, active 650 B.C.
Asurbanipal, King of Assyria, active 668 B.C.-627 B.C.
Sardanapal, King of Assyria, active 668 B.C.-627 B.C.
Ashurbanipal, King of Assyria, fl. 668-627 B.C.
Dictionary of African Biography, accessed November 25, 2014, via Oxford African American Studies Center database (Ashurbanipal; king of Assyria (668-628 BCE); Assyrian forces engaged Tarharqa's army at Kar-baniti (Saïs) and moved to take Memphis; when the Nubian advanced and reached Nineveh, he ordered another invasion; Assyrian army captured Thebes (663 BCE); Assyrian interest in Egypt ended with the defeat of the Kushites; later, Elamite kings, together with Arabian forces, allied with his brother, the ruler of Babylon, in a major revolt against Assyria (652- 648 BCE); soon after he devastated the Elamite capital Susa; died 630 BCE)