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نبو پولاصر

Nabo Pulassar(c.658 - 605 BC) , The Chaldean king who revolted against Assyrian Empire from Uruk and occupied Babylon in 626 and reigned there for 29 years. AKA Nabopolassar (Nabu-apal-usur) There were several changes in government. King Ashur Etil Ilani was forced to withdraw to the west, where he died (621).Nabo Pulassar abdicated in favor of his son Nebu Chadnezzar II in 605 and died shortly after.

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