On the north-east and east, however, the ancient heritage of Assur lay open to direct and swift attack.
This was Assur, the divine impersonation of the state and empire.
Portia.Thyself shalt see the act: For, as thou urgest justice, be Assur'd Thou shalt have justice, more than thou desirest.
His goods, his spoil, I carried off; to my city of Assur I brought (them).
Assur, it would seem, was a shrine long before Assyria went out of Babylon and builded Nineveh.
Arsaces then fights and kills Assur, ascends the throne and weds Azema.
Assur, whose ruins are now called Kalah Sherghat, did not always remain the capital of Assyria.
I am not the first Glass, by a thousand, that has Assur'd you of this.
And be Assur'd after all there is nothing they can tell you that is worth your knowing.
Not to believe in Assur was a crime, since Assur represented Assyria.