ground to the city of Ammas he went down. The river
Arzane he crossed.
144 ’Seduri of the country of the Armenians heard, and to
the strength of his numerous host
145 he trusted; and to make conflict (and) battle against me
he came. With him I fought.
146 A destruction of him I made. With the flower of his
youth  his broad fields I filled. In my 28th year
147 when in the city of Calah I was stopping news had been
brought (me, that) men of the Patinians
148 Lubarni their Lord had slain (and) ’Surri (who was) not
heir to the throne to the kingdom had raised.
149 Dayan-Assur the Tartan, the Commander of the wide-spreading
army at the head of my host (and) my camp
150 I urged, I sent. The Euphrates in its flood he crossed.
In the city of Cinalua his royal city
151 a slaughter he made. (As for) ’Surri the usurper, exceeding
fear of Assur my Lord
152 overwhelmed him, and the death of his destiny he went.
The men of the country of the Patinians from before the
sight of my mighty weapons
[Footnote 1: The Ellasar of Genesis, now Kalah Shergat.]
[Footnote 2: “Turtanu” ("chief prince”) in Assyrian.]
[Footnote 3: Or, “the chiefs of his young warriors.”]
[Footnote 4: The word properly means “baggage.” and sometimes signifies “standard,” which may be the translation here.]
[Footnote 5: That is, he died as was fated.]
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153 fled, and the children of ’Surri together
with the soldiers,
the rebels, (whom) they had taken they delivered to me.
154 Those soldiers on stakes I fixed. ’Sa’situr of the country
of Uzza my feet took. To the kingdom
155 over them I placed (him). Silver, gold, lead, bronze,
iron, (and) the horns of wild bulls to a countless number
156 An image of my Majesty of great size I made. In the
city of Cinalua his royal city in the temple of his gods I
set it up. In
157 my 29th year (my) army (and) camp I urged, I sent.
To the country of Cirkhi I ascended. Their cities I
158 dug up, (and) burned with fire. Their country like a
thunderstorm I swept. Exceeding
159 fear over them I cast. In my 30th year when in the city
of Calah I was stopping, Dayan-Assur
160 the Tartan, the Commander of the wide-spreading army
at the head of my army I urged, I sent. The river Zab
161 he crossed. To the midst of the cities of the city of
Khupusca he approached. The tribute of Datana
162 of the city of the Khupuscians I received. From the midst
of the cities of the Khupuscians
163 I departed. To the midst of the cities of Maggubbi of
the country of the Madakhirians he approached. The