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Erridupizir (fl. Late 3rd millennium BC) was a Gutian ruler in Sumer. His reign was attested by a royal inscription at the archaeological site for the ancient city-state of Nippur where he called himself: "King of Guti, King of the Four Quarters".[1] [2][3] Imta then succeeded Erridupizir.

Erridupizir
King of Guti, King of the Four Quarters
Reign fl. Late 3rd millennium BC
Successor Imta
Preceded by
unknown
King of Guti, King of the Four Quarters
fl. Late 3rd millennium BC
Succeeded by
Imta

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  1. ^ The Sargonic and Gutian Periods (2334-2113), Douglas R. Frayne, University Of Toronto Press, 1993, ISBN 0-8020-0593-4
  2. ^ Mesopotamian Chronicles by Jean-Jacques Glassner Published 2004 ISBN 1-58983-090-3
  3. ^ Reallexikon der Assyriologie by Erich Ebling, Bruno Meissner, 1993, Walter de Gruyter, ISBN 3-11-003705-X