Books about Sardanapalus:

booksSardanapalus A Tragedy by Lord Byron (Aug 20, 2008)

booksSardanapalus by Baron George Gordon Byron Byron (Feb 6, 2013)

booksDramatic Works of Lord Byron; Including Manfred, Cain, Doge of Venice, Sardanapalus, and the Two Foscari, Together... by George Gordon Byron (Feb 29, 2008)

booksSardanapalus, a tragedy. The Two Foscari, a tragedy. Cain, a mystery. by Baron George Gordon Byron Byron (Apr 27, 2010)

booksSardanapalus,: A Tragedy. ; the Two Foscari, a Tragedy. ; Cain, a Mystery by Baron George Gordon Byron Byron and John Davis Batchelder Collection (Aug 31, 2012)

booksThe Dramatic Works of Lord Byron Including: Manfred, Cain, Doge of Venice, Sardanapalus and the Two Foscari; Together... by Lord George Gordon Byron, George Gordon Byron and Lord Byron George Gordon (Jun 2, 2008)

booksSardanapalus by George Gordon Lord Byron (Aug 14, 2013)


Wiki information Sardanapalus:

Person Or Being In Fiction, Person, Art Subject, Literature Subject

Sardanapalus was, according to the Greek writer Ctesias of Cnidus, the last king of Assyria, although in actuality Ashur-uballit II holds that distinction. Ctesias' Persica is lost, but we know of its contents by later compilations and from the work...

Death of Sardanapalus
Romanticism Artwork, Artwork

Death of Sardanapalus is an oil painting on canvas, dated 1827 by Eugène Delacroix. Its dimensions are 392 × 496 cm or 145 × 195 inches. It currently hangs in the Musée du Louvre, Paris. Its most dominant feature is a large divan, with its golden...