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.sy
   internet domain is used by   
Syrian Arab Republic
Damascus , Syrian Arab Republic
   is at   
33°30'N 36°18'E
Syrian
   desert is in   
Syria
260 000 km²
Syrian
   desert is in   
Jordan
260 000 km²
Syrian
   desert is in   
Iraq
260 000 km²
Saint Simeon Stylites
   was a   
Syrian Monk
Lived for 37 years on a small platform on top of a pillar; c. 390-459 AD
George Clooney
   for his role in   
Syriana (2005)
As Bob Barnes
Sammu-Ramat
   was an   
Assyrian Queen
Widow of Shamshi-Adad V, reigned three years, 811-808 BCE
The Syrians
   invented   
Glass Blowing
100 b.c.
Syriana (2005)
   starred   
Kayvan Novak, George Clooney and Matt Damon
Director: Stephen Gaghan
Ashurbanipal
   was an   
Assyrian King
Last great king of the Neo-Assyrian Empire'668-c. 627 BC
Sennacherib
   was a   
Neo-Assyrian King
Son of Sargon II; reign 705-681 BC
Assyriology
   is the study of   
The Assyrians
1882
   Melbourne Cup winner was   
The Assyrian
Jockey - C. Hutchins, Trainer - J. E. Savill, Owner - J. E. Savill, Time - 3.40.00
Tiglath-Pileser III
   was a   
Neo-Assyrian Emperor
Widely regarded as the founder of the Neo-Assyrian Empire; 8th century BC
1936
      
Franco-Syrian Treaty of Independence
France provides independence to Syria.
Assyrian
   for "My name is":   
Shimmee _____ Eeleh
[Eastern Assyrian] Assyria
Sargon
   was a   
Neo-Assyrian King
Sargon of Akkad, famous for his conquest of the Sumerian city-states in the 23rd and 22nd centuries BCE
Arabic (Syrian)
   for 'thank you ' is   
Mamnuun
Lucian
   was an   
Assyrian Author
Born in the Roman Empire, wrote in the Greek language; c. 125-180 AD
Assyrian King and Attendants
   was made in   
Iraq
Glazed terracotta, c. 870 BC; British Museum, London






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