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English: Map showing the approximate extension of the Akkad empire during the reign of Narâm-Sîn (2254-2218 B.C. in the short chronology).
Français: Carte de l'extension approximative de l'empire d'Akkad sous le règne de Narâm-Sîn (2254-2218 av. J.-C. selon la chronologie moyenne), et des directions des campagnes militaires extérieures.
Date 2010-11-04 22:29 (UTC)
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32° 0′ 0.00″ N, 47° 0′ 0.00″ E

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