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Shalmaneser is the name of several Assyrian kings:
- Shalmaneser I (1274 BC – 1245 BC or 1265 BC - 1235 BC)
- Shalmaneser II, King of Assyria from 1031 BC to 1019 BC
- Shalmaneser III, king of Assyria (859 BC-824 BC)
- Shalmaneser IV, king of Assyria (783 - 773 BC)
- Shalmaneser V, king of Assyria (727 - 722 BC) and Biblical conqueror of Israel (Northern Kingdom)
- A salmanazar is a 9-litre bottle of wine; see Wine bottle sizes
- Shalmaneser is also the name of a powerful computer in John Brunner's science fiction novel Stand on Zanzibar
- George Psalmanazar, a famous European imposter who posed as a Formosan immigrant and was named after the Biblical Shalmaneser.
- Shalmaneser is a Shallow Semantic Parser, a software project in Semantic Role Labeling at Saarland University.
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