Cassite



Kassite.
a member of an ancient people related to the Elamites, who ruled Babylonia from c1650 to c1100 b.c.
Historical Examples

With the kings of the Cassite dynasty Ramman seems to be popular.
Sumerian Hymns Frederick Augustus Vanderburgh

We may therefore embrace the period of Hammurabi and his successors, down through the rule of the Cassite kings, under one head.
The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria Morris Jastrow

Members of the Cassite dynasty devote themselves to the restoration of this sanctuary.
The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria Morris Jastrow

During the reign of the Cassite dynasty, however, the worship of Ramman appears to have gained a stronger foothold.
The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria Morris Jastrow

Peters dates this colonnade in the second millennium and assigns it to the Cassite period.
Mesopotamian Archaeology Percy S. P. Handcock

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