Menuahinili

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Menuahinili

 

a city in the state of Urartu, built in the early eighth century B.C. in the reign of the Urartu king Menuas. The ruins of Menuahinili are situated near the modern settlement of Ta§burun on the northern slope of Ararat and the right bank of the Araks River in Turkey. Many Urartian cuneiform inscriptions have been found in Menuahinili.

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