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Assyrian cities are cities that can be founded by the Assyrian civilization in Civilization V and its expansions. The first city founded is the Capital5 Capital, and the names of future cities are chosen in the order they appear on the list below.

The names listed are default names; players can change their cities' names if they choose.

Founding Order City Name Notes
1 Assur Ancient city located in modern-day Iraq; destroyed in the 14th century
2 Nineveh Ancient city located in Iraq; destroyed in an Assyrian civil war
3 Nimrud Ancient city in Iraq; the name is possibly incorrectly translated
4 Kar-Tukulti-Ninurta Ancient city in Iraq; abandoned after the death of its namesake
5 Dur-Sharrukin Ancient city in Iraq; abandoned after the fall of Assyria
6 Halab Aleppo in English; a modern city in Syria; originally conquered by the Assyrians
7 Carchemish A modern city on the Turkey/Syria border; eventually conquered by Assyria
8 Kanesh A modern city in Turkey now known as Kultepe; conquered by the Assyrians
9 Harran Ancient city in Turkey; eventually destroyed by Mongols in the 1200s
10 Imgur-Enlil Ancient city in Iraq; destroyed during the fall of Assyria
11 Shubat-Enlil Ancient city in Syria; sacked during the fall and eventually abandoned around 1700 BC
12 Qatna Ancient city in Syria; eventually overshadowed by nearby Emesa
13 Sareisa Ancient city in Anatolia; conquered by Assyria
14 Sam al Ancient city in Turkey; conquered by Assyria
15 Qarqar Ancient city in Syria
16 Til Barsip Ancient city in Syria; conquered by Assyria
17 Sultantepe Ancient temple city in Turkey with a modern city of the same name nearby
18 Erbil Modern day Arbīl, Iraq
19 Hamath Hama in English; a modern city in Syria
20 Guzana Ancient city in Syria; abandoned sometime after the Roman times
21 Turuspa The 9th-century BC capital of Urartu
22 Nasibina Modern day Nusaybin, Mardin Province, Turkey
23 Arpad Ancient city in Syria near modern Aleppo; sacked by the Assyrians and abandoned after its citizens were massacred
24 Kelashin A village in Iraq near the Iran border; a stele found there bears important Assyrian bilingual text
25 Tadmor Modern site of Palmyra
26 Urartu Assyrian term for a geographical region roughly equivalent to Kurdistan and Armenia
27 Sabata Also spelled Sittacene
28 Hit City in As-Suwaydā' Governorate
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