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Assyrian is a descriptor referring to things related to Assur and the ancient civilization of Assyria. In modern times it may refer to the Iraqi Christian group traditionally known as Nestorians.
- Assyria, covering all the below in summary
- The Bronze Age Sumero-Akkadian city-state of Assur
- The Old Assyrian Empire, uniting northern and southern Mesopotamia after the fall of Sumer and Akkad
- the Late Bronze Age Middle Assyrian Empire formed after Assyria split with the older Babylonia
- the Neo-Assyrian Empire of the Iron Age, which saw the height of Assyrian civilization and its demise
- Assyrian people a modern Christian and Aramaic-speaking ethnoreligious group with roots in the Assyrian homeland, an indigenous minority of Upper Mesopotamia
- Assyrian Neo-Aramaic a dialect of Neo-Aramaic spoken by the Assyrian people, occasionally erroneously called the "Assyrian language"
- Syriac script, an Aramaic script occasionally given the misnomer "Assyrian alphabet/script"
- Assyrian Church of the East, originally the Church of the East
- Timeline of the Assyrian Empire
- SS Assyrian, the name of at least two cargo ships
- The Assyrian (novel), a 1987 novel by Nicholas Guild
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