Adiabene
Adiabene (from the Ancient Greek Ἀδιαβηνή, Adiabene, itself derived from Classical Syriac: ܚܕܝܐܒ, Ḥaḏy’aḇ or Ḥḏay’aḇ, Old Persian: Nodshirakan, Armenian: Նոր Շիրական, Nor Shirakan) was an ancient ...
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Car bomb explodes outside US Consulate in Iraq, ISIS lays claim
A large car bomb exploded Friday afternoon next to the U.S. Consulate in the northern Iraq city of Irbil, a rare attack in the capital of the Kurdish autonomy zone. The Islamic State group claimed res...
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Apr 1, 2012 ... The Stele of Harir Mountian This stele is situated in Harir Mountain 90km north east of Hawler. ,2 km from Harir itself. It is carved on a rock at a ...
Car bomb explodes outside US Consulate in Iraq, ISIS lays claim
A large car bomb exploded Friday afternoon next to the U.S. Consulate in the northern Iraq city of Irbil, a rare attack in the capital of the Kurdish autonomy zone. The Islamic State group claimed res...
Shaqlawa
Shaqlawa (Kurdish: شەقڵاوە, Syriac: ܫܩܠܒܕ, Arabic: شقلاوة‎) is an historic city in the Arbil Governorate in the Kurdistan region of Iraq.Shaqlawa, a city of approximately 25,000 peop...
Helena of Adiabene
Helena of Adiabene (Hebrew: הלני המלכה‎) (d. ca. 50-56 CE) was queen of Adiabene and wife of Monobaz I. With her husband she was the mother of Izates II and Monobaz II. Helena became a convert t...
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Ishoyahb III
Ishoʿyahb III of Adiabene was Patriarch of the Church of the East from 649 to 659.
Brief accounts of Ishoʿyahb's patriarchate are given in the Ecclesiastical Chronicle of the Jacobite writer Bar H...
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Henana of Adiabene
Henana of Adiabene was director of the School of Nisibis, the theological center of the Church of the East (571 - 610).His predecessor was Abraham of Beth Rabban who had worked hard to make the legacy...
Ananias of Adiabene
Ananias of Adiabene (/ˌænəˈnaɪəs/; c. 15 BCE – c. 30 CE) was a Jewish merchant and mendicant proselytizer, probably of Hellenistic origin, who, in the opening years of the common era, was promin...
Izates bar Monobaz
Izates II (Ἰζάτης), son of Monobaz (Μονόβαζος), or Izates bar Monobaz (also known as Izaates, Persian: ایزد‎ or Hebrew: זוטוס בן מונבז‎) (ca. 1-55 CE) was a king of the Parthian client kin...
Koy Sanjaq Syriac language
Koy Sanjaq Surat is a modern Eastern Syriac-Aramaic language. Speakers of the language call it simply Surat, or 'Syriac'. It is spoken in the town of Koy Sanjaq in the Arbil Province. The speakers of ...
Izates I
Izates I was king of Adiabene around the year 15 CE. Very little is known about him with any degree of certainty. He was the father of Helena of Adiabene and Monobaz I (Flavius Josepus, Antiquities of...
Meharaspes
Meharaspes (Iranian: Mehrasp) was the Parthian client king of Adiabene in the early 2nd century CE. He was defeated by Trajan in 116; Adiabene was incorporated into the short-lived Roman province of M...
Downtown Erbil
Downtown Erbil is a project for a large-scale mixed-use complex in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan. The $3 billion project was launched by the Emaar Properties, the Persian Gulf region's largest land and real ...
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Erbil
Erbil, also known as Hawler (or Hewler; Sorani Kurdish: ھەولێر Hewlêr, Arabic: أربيل‎ Arbīl), is the largest city and capital of the Kurdistan Region. It is located in the centre of Kurd...
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Artabanus III of Parthia
Artabanus III of Parthia (Persian: اردوان سوم‎), flourished second half of 1st century BC – 38) was a Prince of Iranian and Greek ancestry. Artabanus III served as a King of Media Atropatene and...
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Pkidha
Pkidha was the first Christian bishop of Adiabene, a kingdom in northern Mesopotamia. He held the see from 104 to 114 AD.
Moffet, Samuel. A History of Christianity in Asia. Orbis, 1998.
Battle of Gaugamela
43°26′38″E / 36.56°N 43.444°E / 36.56; 43.444The Battle of Gaugamela (/ˌɡɔːɡəˈmiːlə/; Greek: Γαυγάμηλα), also called the Battle of Arbela, was the decisive battle of Alexa...
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Monobaz I
Monobaz I (also known as Bazeus or Monobazus) was king of the neo Assyrian Parthian client state of Adiabene in the 20s and 30s of the 1st century CE. He was the husband (and brother) of Queen Helena ...
Erbil International Airport
Erbil International Airport (IATA: EBL, ICAO: ORER), is the main airport of Erbil city in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.It is administered by the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) under a commit...
Monobaz II
Monobaz II or Monobaz bar Monobaz was the son of Helena of Adiabene and Monobaz I. Like his younger brother Izates bar Monobaz and his mother, Monobaz became a convert to Judaism. He ruled as king of ...
Abraham of Nethpra
Abraham of Nethpra (died 6th century) was a monk of the Assyrian Church of the East.He was born in Beith-Nethpra in Adiabene. He became a hermit there and, after returning from Egypt, returned to herm...
Symacho
Symacho (fl. early 1st century CE) was the daughter of King Abinergaos I of Characene. She was converted to Judaism by Ananias of Adiabene. Symacho married Izates bar Monobaz during the latter's sojou...
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Vologases I of Parthia
Vologases I of Parthia (Persian: ولاش يکم‎) sometimes called Vologaeses or Vologeses or following Parthian usage, Walagash (Persian: بلاش‎ Balāsh) was king of the Parthian Empire from abou...
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