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685 BCE: Ashurbanipal is born to King Esarhaddon and Queen Ashur-Hamat.
670 BCE: Issuance of the Loyal Treaty of Queen of Assyria Naqia-Zakutu, ensuring the succession of Ashurbanipal as king.
668 BCE - 627 BCE: Reign of Ashurbanipal, King of Assyria, last king of the Neo-Assyrian Empire.
668 BCE - 627 BCE: Reign of King Ashurbanipal, last king of the Neo-Assyrian Empire. Palace and Library built at Nineveh.
668 BCE: Ashurbanipal succeeds his father as King of the Assyrian Empire.
667 BCE: Ashurbanipal wages war in Egypt to put down a rebellion.
658 BCE: War between Assyria and the Elamites.
647 BCE: Destruction of the Elamite city of Susa.
647 BCE - 627 BCE: Extensive collection of clay tablets acquired known as Ashubanipal's Library at Nineveh.
627 BCE: Death of King Ashurbanipal.
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