Pax Assyriaca

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The Assyrian Empire at its greatest extent, under the rule of Ashurbanipal.

Pax Assyriaca, Latin for "the Assyrian peace", was a relatively long period of peace in the Neo-Assyrian Empire during the 7th century (ca. 700-630/620 B.C.).[1] The term was coined in parallel to Pax Romana.

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  1. ^ Craig M. White, In Search of…the Great German Nation: Origins and Destiny (Sydney: AuthorHouse, 2007), 71.