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  • Shalmaneser, V (deceased)
    ID: I62265Name: Shalmaneser V of AssyriaPrefix: KingGiven Name: Shalmaneser VSurname: of AssyriaSex: M_UID: 616512CB104EAB4E8F2079BDBD2BA54BB7B5Change Date: 26 Nov 2005Death: YFather: Tiglath Pileser I...
  • Ashur-Dan I, King of Assyria (-1200 - -1133)
    IFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Ashur-Dan I) Jump to: navigation, search Aššur-dān I, mAš-šur-dān(kal)an, was the 83rd king of Assyria, reigning for 46[i 1] (variant: 36[i 2]) y...
  • Ashur-resh-ishi I, king of Assyria (-1175 - -1116)
    IFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search Aššur-rēša-iši I, inscribed maš-šur-SAG-i-ši and meaning “Aššur has lifted my head,” ca. 1133–1116 BC, son of Mutakkil-Nusku , was a ki...
  • Ashurbanipal, king of Assyria (-685 - -627)
    was born toward the end of a fifteen-hundred-year period of Assyrian ascendancy.[6]His father, Esarhaddon, youngest son of Sennacherib, had become heir when the crown prince, Ashur-nadin-shumi, was dep...

Assyria or Athura (Aramaic for Assyria) was a Semitic Akkadian kingdom, extant as a nation state from the late 25th or early–24th century BC to 608 BC centred on the Upper Tigris river, in northern Mesopotamia (present day northern Iraq), that came to rule regional empires a number of times through history. It was named for its original capital, the ancient city of Assur.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assyria

The Early Period

  • Tudiya
  • Adamu
  • Yangi
  • Kitlamu
  • Harharu
  • Mandaru
  • Imsu
  • Harsu
  • Didanu
  • Hanu
  • Zuabu
  • Nuabu
  • Abazu
  • Belu
  • Azarah
  • Zariqum
  • Puzur-Ashur I
  • Shalim-Ahu
  • Ilu-Shuma
  • Erishum I

The Akkadian period

  • Sargon I (2334 - 2279 BCE)
  • Rimush (2278 - 2270 BCE)
  • Manishtushu (2269 - 2255 BCE)
  • Naram-Sin (2254 - 2214 BCE)
  • Shar-Kali-Shari (2217 - 2193 BCE)
  • Igigi (2192 BCE)
  • Nanium ( - BCE)
  • Imi ( - BCE)
  • Elul-dan (2190 BCE)
  • Dudu (2189 - 2169 BCE)
  • Shu-Turul (2168 - 2154 BCE)

Ur-III Period

  • Ur-Nammu (2112 - 2095 BCE)
  • Shulgi (2094 - 2047 BCE)
  • Amar-Sin (2046 - 2038 BCE)
  • Shu-Sin (2037 - 2027 BCE)
  • Ibbi-Sin (2028 - 2004 BCE)

Amorite Domination

  • Hale ? ?
  • Samanu ? ?
  • Hayani ? ?
  • Ilu-Mer ? ?
  • Yakmesi ? ?
  • Yakmeni ? ?
  • Yazkur-ilu ? ?
  • Ilu-Kabkabi ? ?
  • Aminu ? ?

Old Assyrian Period

Middle Assyrian period

Late Assyrian Period