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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 indigenous Assyrian people of northern Iraq, north east Syria, south east Turkey and north west Iran who claim descent from ancient Assyria.
- 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
- the Neo-Assyrian Empire of the Iron Age, which saw the height of Assyrian civilization and its demise
- Achaemenid Assyria
- Assyrian people, a Christian and Eastern Aramaic-speaking ethnoreligious group with roots in the Assyrian homeland, an indigenous minority of Upper Mesopotamia
- Assyrian Neo-Aramaic, a language of Neo-Aramaic spoken by the Assyrian people, also called the "Assyrian language"
- Syriac script, an Aramaic script sometimes called the "Assyrian alphabet/script" (Syria/Syriac etymologically deriving from Assyria/Assyrian)
- 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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