Enlil-nasir I

Enlil-nasir I was the king of Assyria from c. 1497 BC to 1485 BC. In the List of Assyrian kings appears the following entry (king # 62): Enlil-nasir, son of Puzur-Ashur (III), ruled for thirteen years.[2] His name is present on two clay cones from Ashur. He is mentioned in the Synchronistic King list, but the name of the Babylonian counterpart is illegible.[2]

Enlil-nasir I
King of Assyria
King of the Old Assyrian Empire
Reignc. 1497–1485 BC[1]
PredecessorPuzur-Ashur III
SuccessorAshur-shaduni
IssueNur-ili, Ashur-rabi I
FatherPuzur-Ashur III

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Düring, Bleda S. (2020). The Imperialisation of Assyria: An Archaeological Approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p. xvi. ISBN 978-1108778701.
  2. ^ a b A. K. Grayson (1972). Assyrian Royal Inscriptions, Volume 1. Otto Harrassowitz. p. 36. §224—231.
Preceded by King of Assyria
1497–1485 BC
Succeeded by