The Neo-Assyrian Empire: every year

Throughout the 11th century BCE, the Assyrian state had shrunk considerably. By 909 BCE, however, it began to reverse its losses and once more dominated the Near East for the next three centuries, creating what was at the time the world's largest empire.
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