Assyrian match dating


20-Dec-2015 10:14

These traditions are still alive today with the team playing at Step Seven, four rungs below The Hamlet Who are the Assyrians?

The Assyrians of today are the indigenous Aramaic-speaking descendants of the ancient Assyrian people, one of the earliest civilizations emerging in the Middle East, and have a history spanning over 6750 years.

Reaching out The club explains that forthcoming game will give them the opportunity to reach out to both the local refugee community in Southwark, and across London, as well as using the Club as a medium to “counter much of the discriminatory nonsense that is scaremongeringly covered by the media, in general.

As well as making a practical difference to those who have not managed to find places of safety yet.” All of the money raised at the match will be split between two very important charities, one local & one national.

The Assyrians are Christian, with their own unique language, culture and heritage living mainly in Iraq, Syria, Iran and Turkey.

Unfortunately due to War and ISIS attacks, many Assyrians have had to flee their homelands and become refugees.

The internet is undoubtedly a melting pot of errors; the administrators of Wikipedia evidently endeavour to have reliable material on their site as, for instance, can be seen in other articles about ancient Mesopotamia. True, the wording is not preserved, but a conjunction of Mars and Mercury occurred a couple of days later. year of ama-um-ukin, a meeting of Mars and Mercury in the constellation Old Man, which corresponds to our Taurus, is reported (II 5).

Therefore it may be helpful to present independent astronomical evidence for the dating of Assyrian kings and thereby of the Eponym List. ama-um-ukin was installed as king of Babylonia by Assurbanipal in his own 1 year to the year in which the eclipse was recorded, and find 84.

By the structure of the text, the date of this eclipse (not visible in Babylon but calculated in advance) may unambiguously be established as April 9, 731 B. a collection of observations of the planets Mars and Mercury is also published (No. Such meetings (to avoid the specifically defined term conjunction) are, to be sure, not uncommon, but at a given date in the Assyrian calendar they are repeated only at intervals from decades up to centuries. In this case too the result in the Julian calendar becomes 731 32 = 763.

[—] MATCH POSTPONED – will update with rescheduled date Admission: £5 for adults, £2 concessions & all Under Twelves FREE.