A previously unpublished Neo-Assyrian letter from the Nineveh corpus offers insight into Assyria's relations with Elam in the late 650s and early 640s. Ashurbanipal wrote this letter sometime during the course of the Assyrian campaigns against Huban-haltas III, and it alludes specifically to a previous Assyrian campaign against Te'umman in 653.
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