Ninus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an ancient king of Assyria; husband of Semiramis
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did so, the son of Ninus and Semiramis. He, therefore, remaining
ws. The kings of the Assyrians Ninus, for 52 years. They
was later restored by Ninus the king of the Assyrians,
tion. In his time, Ninus and Semiramis ruled over Assyria
eus, at the same time as Ninus and Belus, who are the firs
reigned at the same time as Ninus, the son of Belus.
account of history from Ninus up until the 181st Olympiad
but they do not mention Ninus or Semiramis." After
from Abraham and the reign of Ninus and Semiramis, 2,044
were, hereditary custom, was Ninus, king of the Assyrian
that she was the son of Ninus instead of his wife, a male
undred years; and it was Ninus, king of Assyria, that put
kingdoms and wars began with Ninus, 3 as if indeed the
before the Founding of the Ninus, the first king of the
year of the reign of Ninus to the time when Semiramis
 Ninus reigned for fifty-two years and,
she was restored later by Ninus or by Semiramis. 8 This
year of the reign of Ninus. Ninus was the first of
yed the sceptre of Ninus; and extended my dominions to the
- a priestess, 4th century B.C.
against the priestess Ninus, while the prosecutor is
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