Artashumara (Sanskrit Ṛta-smara, "he remembers Ṛta")[1] was a pretender to the throne of Mitanni in the fourteenth century BC. His reign was very short, or non-existent, before he was murdered. He was the brother of Tushratta, who succeeded him.

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Preceded by
Shuttarna II
Mitanni king
14th century BC
Succeeded by


  1. ^ Mario Liverani (2014). The Ancient Near East: History, Society and Economy. Routledge. Text 16.1