Ilulu
Ilulu or Elulu, according to the Sumerian king list, was one of four rivals vying to be king of the Akkadian Empire, during a three year period after the death of Shar-kali-sharri.While there is virtu...
Naram-Sin of Akkad
Naram-Sin (also transcribed Narām-Sîn, Naram-Suen, Sin or Suen being the Akkadians' moon god equivalent to the Sumerian Nanna), reigned ca. 2254–2218 BCE, middle chronology, was the third successor an...
Naram-Sin of Akkad - Wikipedia
Sargon of Akkad
Sargon of Akkad, also known as Sargon the Great "the Great King" (Akkadian 𒈗𒁺 Šarru-kīnu, meaning "the true king" or "the king is legitimate"), was a Semitic Akkadian emperor famous for his conquest...
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Rimush
Rimush (or Rimuš) was the second king of the Akkadian Empire. He was the son of Sargon of Akkad and Queen Tashlultum. He was succeeded by his brother Manishtushu, and was an uncle of Naram-Sin of Akka...
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La'ibum
Laʻibum was an Akkadian man. He is mentioned once in the Sumerian Sargon legend as the father of Sargon of Akkad. No details about his life or historicity are known, although the Sumerian king list st...
Imi
Imi was a king of the Akkadian Empire from 2257 to (unknown) BC. He fought for the power in Akkad after the death of Shar-Kali-Sharri.
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Dudu of Akkad
Dudu was a 21st-century BC king of Akkad, who reigned for 21 years according to the Sumerian king list, although he is poorly attested archaeologically.He is depicted as becoming king during the time ...
Tashlultum
Tashlultum (fl. ca. late 24th-early 23rd centuries BCE) was a wife of King Sargon of Akkad. Her name is known to archaeology only from a single shard of an alabaster vase or bowl with an inscrip...
Igigi (Akkadian King)
Igigi (fl. 2257 BCE) was a king of the Akkadian Empire. His rule began in 2257 BCE, and he fought for power in Akkad after the death of Shar-Kali-Sharri.
Shu-Enlil
Shu-Enlil (also known as Ibarum) was a son of Sargon the Great, first ruler of the Akkadian Empire. He lived in the 23rd century BCE.
Nanum (king)
Nanum or Nanium was a king of the Akkadian Empire who ascended the throne in 2257 BC. After the death of the previous ruler of Akkad, Shar-Kali-Sharri, he jockeyed for power with three other rival ki...
Manishtushu
Manishtushu (or Maništušu) was a king of the Akkadian Empire from 2276 to 2261 BC.
Manishtushu was the son of Sargon of Akkad and Queen Tashlultum, brother of En-hedu-ana and the father of Naram-S...
Enheduanna
Enheduanna (Akkadian: 𒂗𒃶𒁺𒀭𒈾; 2285–2250 BCE), also transliterated as Enheduana, En-hedu-ana or EnHeduAnna ("en" means high priest or high priestess, and "hedu" means adornment, so this name transl...
Ilaba'is-takal
Ilaba'is-takal was a son of Sargon the Great, first ruler of the Akkadian Empire. He lived in the late 24th and early 23rd centuries BCE.
Shar-Kali-Sharri
Shar-Kali-Sharri (Akk. = "King of all Kings") was a king of the Akkadian Empire.
According to the Sumerian King List, he was the son of Naram-Sin and reigned for 25 (or 24) years - around 2100 BC....
Shu-turul
Shu-turul (Shu-durul) was the last king of Akkad, ruling for 15 years according to the Sumerian king list. It indicates that he succeeded his father Dudu. A few artifacts, seal impressions etc. attest...
Sumerian King List
The Sumerian King List is an ancient manuscript originally recorded in the Sumerian language, listing kings of Sumer (ancient southern Iraq) from Sumerian and neighboring dynasties, their supposed rei...
Puabi
Puabi (Akkadian: "Word of my father"), also called Shubad due to a misinterpretation by Sir Charles Leonard Woolley, was an important person in the Sumerian city of Ur, during the First Dynasty of Ur ...
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