Assur

Out of Sennaar, near the city of Babylon. Assur, or Ninus, who founded the Assyrian empire. M.

1 Chron 4:5 • And Assur the father of Thecua had two wives, Halaa and Naara:

Gen 10:11 • Out of that land came forth Assur, and built Ninive, and the streets of the city, and Chale.

Num 24:22 • And thou be chosen of the stock of Cin, how long shalt thou be able to continue? For Assur shall take thee captive.

Ezek 32:22Assur is there, and all his multitude: their graves are round about him, all of them slain, and that fell by the sword.

Ezek 27:23 • Haran, and Chene, and Eden were thy merchants; Saba, Assur, and Chelmad sold to thee.

1 Chron 5:26 • And the God of Israel stirred up the spirit of Phul king of the Assyrians, and the spirit of Thelgathphalnasar king of Assur: and he carried away Ruben, and Gad, and the half tribe of Manasses, and brought them to Lahela, and to Habor, and to Ara, and to the river of Gozan, unto this day.

Neh 9:32 • Now therefore our God, great, strong and terrible, who keepest covenant and mercy, turn not away from thy face all the labour which hath come upon us, upon our kings, and our princes, and our priests, and our prophets, and our fathers, and all the people from the days of the king of Assur, until this day.