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English: Map with the main cities of Assyria and Upper Mesopotamia during the medio-assyrian (ca. 1365-934 BC) and neo-assyrian period (ca. 934-609 BC).
Français : Localisation des principales villes de l'Assyrie et de la Haute Mésopotamie durant les périodes médio-assyrienne (ca. 1365-934 av. J.-C.) et néo-assyrienne (ca. 934-609 av. J.-C.).
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    • 2009-08-18T18:31:37Z Sémhur 2425x1581 (2442670 Bytes) 3 - New try
    • 2009-08-17T15:39:22Z Sémhur 2425x1581 (1815374 Bytes) 2 - With the background...
    • 2009-08-17T15:37:36Z Sémhur 2425x1581 (2836 Bytes) {{Information |Description={{en|1=Blank physical map of the [[:en:Near East|Near East]]}} {{fr|1=Carte physique vierge du [[:fr:Proche-Orient|Proche-Orient]].}} |Source={{own}} |Author=[[User:Sémhur|Sémhur]] |Date=2008-08-1

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