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Niqmepa, son of Idrimi, was King of Alalakh in the first half of 15th century BC.[1]

Contemporary documentsEdit

Evidence for the reign of King Niqmepa is based on clay cuneiform tablets excavated at Tell Atchana by Charles Leonard Woolley.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Edwards, Iorwerth Eiddon Stephen; Gadd, C. J.; Hammond, Nicholas Geoffrey Lemprière; Seltman, Charles Theodore; Boardman, John; Bury, John Bagnell; Cook, Stanley Arthur; Adcock, Frank Ezra; Charlesworth, M. P.; Walbank, F. W.; Ling, Roger; Astin, A. E. (1977), The Cambridge ancient history, Volume 2, Part 1 (3 ed.), Cambridge University Press, p. 435, ISBN 978-0-521-08230-3