Aššur is king! Aššur is king!: religion in the exercise of power in the Neo-Assyrian Empire

Neo-Assyrian religious imperialism was expressed by punitive measures such as "godnapping", and by the geographical focus and extent of the material support the Assyrians lavished on favoured polities. This work is devoted to Neo-Assyrian religious imperialism

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Main Author: Holloway, Steven Winford 1955-
Format: Electronic Book
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Published: Leiden Boston Brill 2002
In:Year: 2002
Reviews:[Rezension von: Holloway, Steven W., Aššur is King! Aššur is King! Religion in the Exercise of Power in the Neo-Assyrian Empire] (2004) (Pongratz-Leisten, Beate)
Series/Journal:Culture and history of the ancient Near East v. 10
Further subjects:B Assyro-Babylonian religion
B Religion and state ; Assyria
B Assyria Foreign relations
B Religion and state (Assyria)
B Assyria ; Foreign relations
B Electronic books
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