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Rusa II was king of Urartu between around 680 BC and 639 BC. It was during his reign that the massive fortress complex, Karmir-Blur, was constructed.
A cuneiform inscription of the Urartian king Rusa II commemorating the building of a canal.
Rusa II was known to Esherhaddon, king of Assyria, as Yaya.
A cuneiform inscription has been found commemorating the king building a canal to channel water to the city of Quarlini from the Ildaruni (Hrazdan River).