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A very special thank you and consideration goes out to the Assyrian International News Agency for their cooperation and providing the information and translation of "People of Ancient Assyria" by Laessoe. The Assyrian International News Agency is an organization related to modern day Assyrian people and their culture. You can visit them at http://www.aina.org