* Thus saith.
10:8-14 37:11-15 Pr 16:18 Eze 31:3-18 Da 4:30 Ac 12:22,23
Assyria proper, now Kourdistan, was bounded by Armenia on the
north, Media and Persia on the east, Babylonia on the south,
and the Tigris, which divides it from Mesopotamia, on the
west, between 33; degrees and 38; degrees N. lat. and 42; degrees
and 46; degrees E. long. But the Assyrian empire, the bounds
of which were different at different times, in its most
flourishing state, according to the descriptions of the Greek
and Roman writers, comprehended all the countries and nations
between the Mediterranean on the west, and the Indus on the
east, and between the deserts of Scythia on the north, and the
Indian ocean on the south.
2Ki 18:5,19-37 19:10 2Ch 32:7-10,14-16 Ps 42:3,10 71:10,11