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Naram-Sin’s War against Armanum and Ebla in a Newly-Discovered Inscription from Tulul al-Baqarat

The researcher discussed in his research a study for a cuneiform text that includes a military campaign led by the Akkadian king (Naram -Sin) against the city of (Armanum) and (Ebla) at the heights of the Euphrates river. The cuneiform text is engraved on a piece of stone that may be part of an obelisk return to this king. The research was published in the Journal of Near Eastern Studies at the University of Chicago, American, which is located within the Scope’s containers.
The research prepared by (Assistant Professor  Nashaat Ali Imran).
The research is published in: Journal of eastern studies / University of Chicago, USA.

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