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I Placed My Name There: The Great Inscription of Tukulti-Ninurta I, King of Assyria

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INTRODUCTION

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KING TUKULTI-NINURTA I OF ASSYRIA AND HIS LEGACY

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ON THE INSCRIPTION
(Editions and studies, including translation, transliteration, and transcription)

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COMMENTARY
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