Assyrian Eponym List. Composite text

Obverse
910 910

Adad-nērārī

(910) Adad-nerari (II), king.

909 909

Šeʾi-Aššur

(909) She'i-Ashur, governor of Kilizi.

908 908

Aššur-daʾʾinanni

(908) Ashur-da''inanni.

907 907

Aššur-dēnī-amur

(907) Ashur-deni-amur.

906 906

Barmu

(906) Barmu.

905 905

Abī-[...]

(905) Abi-....

904 904

Aššur-taklāk

(904) Ashur-taklak.

903 903

Q[urdi-ili]ma?

(903) Q[urdi-ili]ma?

902 902

...-inanni

(902) ...inanni.

901 901

Dūr-māti-Aššur

(901) Dur-mati-Ashur.

900 900

Illeqāyu

(900) Illeqayu.

899 899

Ninuāyu

(899) Ninuayu.

898 898

Likberu

(898) Likberu.

897 897

Adad-aḫu-iddin

(897) Adad-ahu-iddin, governor of the citadel.

896 896

Adad-dān

(896) Adad-dan.

895 895

Ina-iliya-allak

(895) Ina-iliya-allak.

894 894

Šamaš-abūa

(894) Shamash-abua.

893 893

Šamaš-bēlu-uṣur?

(893) Shamash-belu-usur.

892 892

Nergal-zar[...]me?

(892) Nergal-zar...me?

891 891

Ṭāb-eṭēr-Aššur

(891) Tab-eter-Ashur.

890 890

Aššur--kēnu-ubāša

(890) Ashur-la-kenu-ubasha.

889 889

Tukultī-Ninurta

(889) Tukulti-Ninurta (II), king.

888 888

Taklāk-ana-bēlīya

(888) Taklak-ana-beliya.

887 887

Abu-ilāya

(887) Abu-ilayu.

886 886

Ilu-milkī

(886) Ilu-milku.

885 885

Naʾid-ilu

(885) Na'id-ilu.

884 884

Yarî

(884) Yari.

883 883

Aššur-šēzibanni

(883) Ashur-shezibanni.

882 882

Aššur-nāṣir-apli

(882) Ashurnasirpal (II), king.

881 881

Aššur-iddin

(881) Ashur-iddin.

880 880

Miqti-adur

(880) Miqti-adur.

879 879

Ša-ilima-damqa

(879) Sha-ilima-damqa.

878 878

Dagan-bēlu-nāṣir

(878) Dagan-belu-nasir.

877 877

Ninurta-pīya-uṣur

(877) Ninurta-piya-usur.

876 876

Ninurta-bēlu-uṣur

(876) Ninurta-belu-usur.

875 875

Iššiak-Aššur-lilbur

(875) Ishshiak-Ashur-lilbur.

874 874

Šamaš-upaḫḫir

(874) Shamash-upahhir.

873 873

Nergal-āpil-kūmūa

(873) Nergal-apil-kumua, chief of the palace, governor of Kalah.

872 872

Qurdi-Aššur

(872) Qurdi-Ashur.

871 871

Aššur-lēʾi

(871) Ashur-le'i.

870 870

Aššur-natkil

(870) Ashur-natkil.

869 869

Bēl-mudammiq

(869) Bel-mudammiq.

868 868

Dayān-Ninurta

(868) Dayan-Ninurta.

867 867

Ištar-emūqāya

(867) Ishtar-emuqaya, governor of Tushhan.

866 866

Šamaš-nūrī

(866) Shamash-nuri.

865 865

Mannu-dān-ana-ili

(865) Mannu-dan-ana-ili.

864 864

Šamaš-bēlu-uṣur

(864) Shamash-belu-usur.

863 863

Ninurta-ilāya

(863) Ninurta-ilaya.

862 862

Ninurta-ēṭiranni

(862) Ninurta-eteranni.

861 861

AššurNergal-ilāya

(861) Ashur/Nergal-ilaya.

860 860

Nergal-nīrka-daʾʾin

(860) Nergal-nirka-da''in.

859 859

Ṭāb-bēlu

(859) Tab-belu.

858 858

Šarru-balti-nišī

(858) Sharru-balti-nishi.

858a 858a

24 šanāti

(858a) 24 years.

857 857

Šulmānu-ašarēd

(857) Shalmaneser (III), king of Assyria, t[o ].

856 856

Aššur-bēlu-kaʾʾin

(856) Ashur-belu-ka''in, commander, t[o ].

855 855

Aššur-būnāya-uṣur

(855) Ashur-bunaya-usur, chief butler, t[o ].

854 854

Abī-ina-ekalli-lilbur

(854) Abi-ina-ekalli-lilbur, palace herald.

853 853

Dayān-Aššur

(853) Dayan-Ashur, commander.

852 852

Šamaš-abūa

(852) Shamash-abua, governor of Nisibin.

851 851

Šamaš-bēlu-uṣur

(851) Shamash-belu-usur, governor of Kalah.

850 850

Bel-būnāya

(850) Bel-bunaya, palace herald.

849 849

Ḫadi-lipūšu

(849) Hadi-lipushu, governor of Nairi.

848 848

Nergal-ālik-pāni

(848) Nergal-alik-pani.

847 847

Bur-Rammān

(847) Bur-Ramman.

846 846

Ninurta-mukīn-nišī

(846) Ninurta-mukin-nishi.

845 845

Ninurta-nādin-šumi

(845) Ninurta-nadin-shumi.

844 844

Aššur-būnāya

(844) Ashur-bunaya.

843 843

Ṭāb-Ninurta

(843) Tab-Ninurta.

842 842

Taklāk-ana-šarri

(842) Taklak-ana-sharri, governor of Nemed-Ishtar.

841 841

Adad-rēmanni

(841) Adad-remanni. [ ].

840 840

ŠamašBēl-abūa

(840) Shamash-abua, [ to the] cedar [mountain].

839 839

Šulmu-bēli-lāmur

(839) Shulmu-beli-lamur, [of Arz]uhina, to Que.

838 838

Ninurta-kibsī-uṣur

(838) Ninurta-kibsi-usur, of Rasappa, to Malahi.

837 837

Ninurta-ilāya

(837) Ninurta-ilaya, [of Ahi]zuhina, to Danabi.

836 836

Qurdi-Aššur

(836) Qurdi-Ashur, [of] Raqmat, to Tabal.

835 835

Šēp-šarri

(835) Shep-sharri, [of H]abruri, to Melid.

834 834

Nergal-mudammiq

(834) Nergal-mudammiq, [of N]ineveh, to Namri.

833 833

Yaḫalu

(833) Yahalu, chamberlain, to Que.

832 832

Ulūlāyu

(832) Ululayu, [of Ki]lizi, to Que.

831 831

Šarru-ḫattu-ipēl

(831) Sharru-hattu-ipel, [ ] to Que; the Great God went from Der.

830 830

Nergal-ilāya

(830) Nergal-ilaya, [of Is]ana, to Urartu.

829 829

Ḫubāyu

(829) Hubayu, [of ...]hi, to Unqi.

828 828

Ilu-mukīn-aḫi

(828) Ilu-mukin-ahi, [of ...h]a, to Ulluba.

827 827

Šulmānu-ašarēd

(827) Shalmaneser (III), king of Assyria, to Mannea.

826 826

Dayān-Aššur

(826) Dayan-Ashur, [comman]der, revolt.

825 825

Aššur-būnāya-uṣur

(825) Ashur-bunaya-usur, [chief butler,] revolt.

824 824

Yaḫalu

(824) Yahalu, [commander,] revolt.

823 823

Bēl-būnāya

(823) Bel-bunaya, [palace herald,] revolt.

823a 823a

[n] šanāti

(823a) [...] years Shalmaneser, king of Assyria.

822 822

Šamšī-Adad

(822) Shamshi-Adad (V), king of Assyria, revolt.

821 821

Yaḫalu

(821) Yahalu, [commander,] revolt.

820 820

Bēl-dān

(820) Bel-dan, palace herald, revolt.

819 819

Ninurta-ubla

(819) Ninurta-ubla, [of GN,] to Mannea.

818 818

Šamaš-ilāya

(818) Shamash-ilaya, [of GN,] [to ...]shumme.

817 817

Nergal-ilāya

(817) Nergal-ilaya, governor of [Isana,] [to] Tille.

816 816

Aššur-būnāya-uṣur

(816) Ashur-bunaya-usur, chief butler, to Tille.

815 815

Šarru-ḫattu-ipēl

(815) Sharru-hattu-ipel, governor of Nisibin, to Zarate.

814 814

Bēl--balaṭ

(814) Bel-lu-balat, commander, to Der; the Great God went to Der.

813 813

Mušekniš

(813) Musheknish, governor of Habruri, to Ahsana.

812 812

Ninurta-ašarēd

(812) Ninurta-ashared, governor of Raqmat, to Kaldu.

811 811

Šamaš-kūmūa

(811) Shamash-kumua, governor of Arrapha, to Babylon.

810 810

Bēl-qātē-ṣabat

(810) Bel-qate-sabat, governor of Mazamua, in the land.

810a 810a

[n] šanāti [...]

(810a) [... year]s [ ].

809 809

Adad-nērārī

(809) Adad-nerari (III), king of Assyria, to Media.

808 808

Nergal-ilāya

(808) Nergal-ilaya, commander, to Guzana.

807 807

Bēl-dān

(807) Bel-dan, palace herald, to Mannea.

806 806

Ṣil-bēli

(806) Sil-beli, chief butler, to Mannea.

805 805

Aššur-taklāk

(805) Ashur-taklak, chamberlain, to Arpad.

804 804

Ilu-issīya

(804) Ilu-issiya, governor of the land, to Hazazu.

803 803

Nergal-ēreš

(803) Nergal-eresh, governor of Rasappa, to Ba'alu.

802 802

Aššur-balti-ekurri

(802) Ashur-balti-ekurri, governor of Arrapha, to the Sea; plague.

801 801

Ninurta-ilāya

(801) Ninurta-ilaya, of Ahi-zuhina, to Hubushkia.

800 800

Šēp-Ištar

(800) Shep-Ishtar, of Nisibin, to Mannea.

799 799

Marduk-išmnni

(799) Marduk-ishmanni, of Amedi, to Mannea.

798 798

Mutakkil-Marduk

(798) Mutakkil-Marduk, chief eunuch, to Lushia.

797 797

Bēl-tarṣi-iluma

(797) Bel-tarsi-iluma, of Kalah, to Namri.

796 796

Aššur-bēlu-uṣur

(796) Ashur-belu-usur, of Habruri, to Mansuate.

795 795

Marduk-šadûni

(795) Marduk-shaduni, of Raqmat, to Der.

794 794

Mukīn-abūa

(794) Mukin-abua, of Tushhan, to Der.

793 793

Mannu--Aššur

(793) Mannu-ki-Ashur, of Guzana, to Media.

792 792

Mušallim-Ninurta

(792) Mushallim-Ninurta, of Tille, to Media.

791 791

Bēl-iqīšanni

(791) Bel-iqishanni, of Shibhinish, to Hubushkia.

790 790

Šēp-Šamaš

(790) Shep-Shamash, of Isana, to Itu'a.

789 789

Ninurta-mukīn-aḫi

(789) Ninurta-mukin-ahi, of Nineveh, to Media.

788 788

Adad-mušammer

(788) Adad-mushammer, of Kilizi, to Media; foundations of Nabu temple in Nine[veh la]id.

787 787

Ṣil-Ištar

(787) Sil-Ishtar, of Arbela, to Media; Nabu entered the new temple.

786 786

Nabû-šarru-uṣur

(786) Nabu-sharru-usur, of Talmusa, to Kiski.

785 785

Adad-uballiṭ

(785) Adad-uballit, of Tamnunna, to Hubushkia; the Great God went to Der.

784 784

Marduk-šarru-uṣur

(784) Marduk-sharru-usur, of Arbela, to Hubushkia.

783 783

Ninurta-nāṣir

(783) Ninurta-nasir, of Zamua, to Itu'a.

782 782

Iluma-lē'i

(782) Iluma-le'i, of Nisibin, to Itu'a.

782a 782a

28 šanāti Adad-nērārī

(782a) 28 years, Adad-nerari, king of Assyria.

781 781

Šulmānu-ašarēd

(781) Shalmaneser (IV), king of Assyria, to Urartu.

780 780

Šamšī-ilu

(780) Shamshi-ilu, commander, to Urartu.

779 779

Marduk-rēmanni

(779) Marduk-remanni, chief butler, to Urartu.

778 778

Bēl-lēšer

(778) Bel-lesher, palace herald, to Urartu.

777 777

Nabû-išdēya-kaʾʾin

(777) Nabu-ishdeya-ka''in, chamberlain, to Itu'a.

776 776

Pān-Aššur-lāmur

(776) Pan-Ashur-lamur, governor of the land, to Urartu.

775 775

Nergal-ēreš

(775) Nergal-eresh, governor of Rasappa, to the cedar mountain.

774 774

Ištar-dūrī

(774) Ishtar-duri, governor of Nisibin, to Namri.

773 773

Mannu--Adad

(773) Mannu-ki-Adad, governor of Raqmat, to Damascus.

772 772

Aššur-bēlu-uṣur

(772) Ashur-belu-usur, governor of Kalah, to Hatarikka.

772a 772a

[n] šanāti

(772a) [...] years, Shalmaneser, king of Assyria.

771 771

Aššur-dān

(771) Ashur-dan (III), king of Assyria, to Gananati.

770 770

Šamšī-ilu

(770) Shamshi-ilu, commander, to Marad.

769 769

Bēl-ilāya

(769) Bel-ilaya, of Arrapha, to Itu'a.

768 768

Aplāya

(768) Aplaya, of Zamua, in the land.

767 767

Qurdi-Aššur

(767) Qurdi-Ashur, of Ahizuhina, to Gananati.

766 766

Mušallim-Ninurta

(766) Mushallim-Ninurta, of Tille, to Media.

765 765

Ninurta-mukīn-nišī

(765) Ninurta-mukin-nishi, of Habruri, to Hatarikka; plague.

764 764

Ṣidqi-ilu

(764) Sidqi-ilu, of Tushhan, in the land.

763 763

Bur-Saggilê

(763) Bur-Saggile, of Guzana, revolt in the citadel; in Siwan the sun had an eclipse.

762 762

Ṭāb-bēlu

(762) Tab-belu, of Amedi, revolt in the citadel.

761 761

Nabû-mukīn-aḫi

(761) Nabu-mukin-ahi, of Nineveh, revolt in Arrapha.

760 760

-qīpu

(760) La-qipu, of Kilizi, revolt in Arrapha.

759 759

Pān-Aššur-lāmur

(759) Pan-Ashur-lamur, of Arbela, revolt in Guzana; plague.

758 758

Ana-bēli-taklāk

(758) Ana-beli-taklak, of Isana, to Guzana; peace in the land.

757 757

Ninurta-iddin

(757) Ninurta-iddin, of Kurbail, in the land.

756 756

Bēl-šadûa

(756) Bel-shadua, of Tamnunna, in the land.

755 755

Iqīsu

(755) Iqisu, of Shibhinish, to Hatarikka.

754 754

Ninurta-šēzibanni

(754) Ninurta-shezibanni, of Talmusa, to Arpad; return from Ashur.

753 753

Aššur-nērārī

(753) Ashur-nerari (V), king of Assyria, in the land.

752 752

Šamšī-ilu

(752) Shamshi-ilu, commander, in the land.

751 751

Marduk-šallimanni

(751) Marduk-shallimanni palace herald, in the land.

750 750

Bēl-dān

(750) Bel-dan, chief butler, in the land.

749 749

Šamaš-kēnu-dugul

(749) Shamash-kenu-dugul, chamberlain, to Namri.

748 748

Adad-bēlu-kaʾʾin

(748) Adad-belu-ka''in, governor of the land, to Namri.

747 747

Sîn-šallimanni

(747) Sin-shallimanni, of Rasappa, in the land.

746 746

Nergal-nāṣir

(746) Nergal-nasir, of Nisibin, revolt in Kalah.

745 745

Nabû-bēlu-uṣur

(745) Nabu-belu-usur, of Arrapha, on 13th Ayar Tiglath-pileser took the throne; [in] Teshrit he went to Mesopotamia.

744 744

Bēl-dān

(744) Bel-dan, of Kalah, to Namri.

744a 744a

10 šanāti [Aššur-nērārī]

(744a) 10 years [Ashur-nerari] king of Assyria.

743 743

Tukultī-apil-Ešarra

(743) Tiglath-pileser (III), king of Assyria, in Arpad; defeat of Urartu made.

742 742

Nabû-daʾʾinanni

(742) Nabu-da''inanni, commander, to Arpad.

741 741

Bēl-Ḫarrān-bēlu-uṣur

(741) Bel-Harran-belu-usur palace herald, to Arpad, within three years taken.

740 740

Nabû-ēṭiranni

(740) Nabu-eteranni, chief butler, to Arpad.

739 739

Sîn-taklāk

(739) Sin-taklak, chamberlain, to Ulluba, Birtu captured.

738 738

Adad-bēlu-kaʾʾin

(738) Adad-belu-ka''in, governor of the land, Kullani conquered.

737 737

Bēl-ēmuranni

(737) Bel-emuranni, of Rasappa, to Media.

736 736

Ninurta-ilāya

(736) Ninurta-ilaya, of Nisibin, to the foot of Mount Nal.

735 735

Aššur-šallimanni

(735) Ashur-shallimanni, of Arrapha, to Urartu.

734 734

Bēl-dān

(734) Bel-dan, of Kalah, to Philistia.

733 733

Aššur-daʾʾinanni

(733) Ashur-da''inanni, of Mazamua, to Damascus.

732 732

Nabû-bēlu-uṣur

(732) Nabu-belu-usur, of Simme, to Damascus.

731 731

Nergal-uballiṭ

(731) Nergal-uballit, of Ahi-zuhina, to Shapiya.

730 730

Bēl--dāri

(730) Bel-lu-dari, of Tille, in the land.

729 729

Lipḫur-ilu

(729) Liphur-ilu, of Habruri, the king took the hands of Bel.

728 728

Dūr-Aššur

(728) Dur-Ashur, of Tushhan,to Hi[...]; the king took the hands of Bel.

727 727

Bēl-Ḫarrān-bēlu-uṣur

(727) Bel-Harran-belu-usur, of Guzana, to [...]; [Shalman]eser (V) [sat on the throne.]

726 726

Marduk-bēlu-uṣur

(726) Marduk-belu-usur, [of Ame]di i[n ].

725 725

Maḫdê

(725) Mahde, of Nineveh, to [ ].

724 724

Aššur-išmanni

(724) Ashur-ishmanni, [of Kili]zi, to [ ].

724a 724a

[n] šanāti

(724a) [...] years.

723 723

Šulmānu-ašarēd

(723) Shalmaneser (V), king [of Assyria], t[o ].

722 722

Ninurta-ilāya

(722) Ninurta-ilaya, [comm]ander, [ ].

721 721

Nabû-tāriṣ

(721) Nabu-taris, [ ] [to Hatt]i.

720 720

Aššur-nīrka-daʾʾin

(720) Ashur-nirka-da''in, [ ].

720a 720a

[n] šanāti

(720a) [...] years.

719 719

Šarru-kēn

(719) Sargon (II), king of [Assyria], [ ent]ered [ ].

718 718

Zēru-ibni

(718) Zeru-ibni, governor of Rasappa, [to Ta]bal.

717 717

Ṭāb-šār-Aššur

(717) Tab-shar-Ashur, chamberlain, [Dur-Sharru]ken founded.

716 716

Ṭāb-ṣil-Ešarra

(716) Tab-sil-Esharra, governor of the citadel, [to] Mannea.

715 715

Taklāk-ana-bēli

(715) Taklak-ana-beli, governor of Nisibin, [ ] governors appointed.

714 714

Ištar-dūrī

(714) Ishtar-duri, governor of Arrapha, [to Ur]artu, Musasir, Haldia.

713 713

Aššur-bāni

(713) Ashur-bani, governor of Kalah, [the] nobles in Ellipa; [... ] entered his new house; [t]o Musasir.

712 712

Šarru-ēmuranni

(712) Sharru-emuranni, governor of Zamua, in the land.

711 711

Ninurta-ālik-pāni

(711) Ninurta-alik-pani, governor of Simme, to Mar'ash.

710 710

Šamaš-bēlu-uṣur

(710) Shamash-belu-usur, governor of Arzuhina, to Bit-Zeri; the king stayed in Kish.

709 709

Mannu--Aššur-lēʾi

(709) Mannu-ki-Ashur-le'i, governor of Tille, Sargon took the hands of Bel.

708 708

Šamaš-upaḫḫir

(708) Shamash-upahhir, governor of Habruri, Kummuh conquered, governor appointed (var. nobles to Kummuh).

707 707

Ša-Aššur-dubbu

(707) Sha-Ashur-dubbu, governor of Tushhan, the king returned from Babylon; the chief vizier and the nobles, the booty of Dur-Yakin carried off, Dur-Yakin destroyed. On 22nd Teshrit, the gods of Dur-Sharruken entered their temples.

706 706

Mutakkil-Aššur

(706) Mutakkil-Ashur, governor of Guzana, the king (stayed) in the land; the noble [...] in Karalla; on 6th Ayar, Dur-Sharruken completed; [...] received.

705 705

Nasḫur-bēl

(705) Nashur-bel, governor of Amedi, the king [...] against Qurdi the Kulummaean; the king was killed; the camp of the king of Assyria [...]; on 12th Ab, Sennacherib [became] king.

704 704

Nabû-dēnī-ēpuš

(704) Nabu-deni-epush, governor of Nineveh, t[o...] Larak, Sarabanu, [...]; the palace of Kilizi was made; ... in [...]; the nobles against ...[...].

703 703

Nuḫšāya

(703) Nuhshaya, governor of Kilizi, [ ].

702 702

Nabû-lēʾi

(702) Nabu-le'i, governor of Arbela.

701 701

Ḫanānu

(701) Hananu, governor of Til-Barsip, from Halzi-... [ ].

700 700

Metūnu

(700) Metunu, governor of Isana, [As]hur-nadin-shumi, son of [Sennacherib]; [...] of the palace in the city [...] great cedar logs [...], alabaster in mount [Ammanana ...] in Kapar-dargil[i], ... to [...], [...] of the king ... [...].

699 699

Bēl-šarrāni

(699) Bel-sharrani, governor of Kurbail.

698 698

Šulmu-šarri

(698) Shulmu-sharri, governor of Halziatbar.

697 697

Nabû-dūru-uṣur

(697) Nabu-duru-usur, governor of Tamnunna.

696 696

Šulmu-bēli

(696) Shulmu-beli, governor of Talmusi.

695 695

Aššur-bēlu-uṣur

(695) Ashur-belu-usur, governor of Shahuppa/Kadmuhi.

694 694

Ilu-issīya

(694) Ilu-issiya, governor of Damascus.

693 693

Iddin-aḫḫē

(693) Iddin-ahhe, of Dur-Sharruken.

692 692

Zazāya

(692) Zazaya, governor of Arpad.

691 691

Bēl-ēmuranni

(691) Bel-emuranni, governor of Carchemish.

690 690

Nabû-kēnu-uṣur

(690) Nabu-kenu-usur, governor of Samaria.

689 689

Giḫilu

(689) Gihilu, governor of Hatarikka.

688 688

Iddin-aḫḫē

(688) Iddin-ahhe, governor of Simirra.

687 687

Sîn-aḫḫē-erība

(687) Sennacherib, king of Assyria.

686 686

Bēl-ēmuranni

(686) Bel-emuranni, commander of the right.

685 685

Aššur-daʾʾinanni

(685) Ashur-da''inanni, of Que.

684 684

Manzernê

(684) Manzerne, governor of Kullania.

683 683

Mannu--Adad

(683) Mannu-ki-Adad, of Supite.

682 682

Nabû-šarru-uṣur

(682) Nabu-sharru-usur, governor of Mar'ash.

681 681

Nabû-aḫḫē-ēreš

(681) Nabu-ahhe-eresh, governor of Sam'al.

680 680

Danānu

(680) Dananu, governor of Mansuate.

679 679

Issi-Adad-anēnu

(679) Issi-Adad-anenu, governor of Megiddo.

678 678

Nergal-šarru-uṣur

(678) Nergal-sharru-usur, chief butler.

677 677

Abī-rāmu

(677) Abi-ramu, chief vizier.

676 676

Banb

(676) Banba, chief/second vizier.

675 675

Nabû-aḫḫē-iddin

(675) Nabu-ahhe-iddin, (chief) chamberlain.

674 674

Šarru-nūrī

(674) Sharru-nuri, governor of Barhalzi.

673 673

Atar-ilu

(673) Atar-ilu, governor of Lahira.

672 672

Nabû-bēlu-uṣur

(672) Nabu-belu-usur, governor of Dur-Sharruken.

671 671

Kanūnāyu

(671) Kanunayu, chief judge.

670 670

Šulmu-bēli-lašme

(670) Shulmu-beli-lashme governor of Der.

669 669

Šamaš-kāšid-ayābi

(669) Shamash-kashid-ayabi, governor of Ashdod.

668 668

Marlarim

(668) Marlarim, commander of Kummuh.

667 667

Gabbaru

(667) Gabbaru, of Dur-Sin-ahhe-eriba.

666 666

Kanūnāyu

(666) Kanunayu, governor of the new palace.

665 665

Mannu--šarri

(665) Mannu-ki-sharri, palace herald/royal officer.

664 664

Šarru--dāri

(664) Sharru-lu-dari, governor of Dur-Sharruken.

663 663

Bēl-naʾid

(663) Bel-na'id, commander.

662 662

Ṭāb-šār-Sîn

(662) Tab-shar-Sin, governor of Rasappa.

661 661

Arbaʾilāyu

(661) Arba'ilayu, chief chamberlain.

660 660

Girṣapūnu

(660) Girsapunu.

659 659

Silim-Aššur

(659) Silim-Ashur, second vizier.

658 658

Ša-Nabû-šû

(658) Sha-Nabu-shu, chief (eunuch).

657 657

-bāši

(657) Labasi, revenue officer.

656 656

Milkī-rāmu

(656) Milki-ramu, colonel.

655 655

Amyānu

(655) Amyanu, governor of Que.

654 654

Aššur-nāṣir

(654) Ashur-nasir.

653 653

Aššur-ilāya

(653) Ashur-ilaya, chief vizier.

652 652

Aššur-dūru-uṣur

(652) Ashur-duru-usur, governor of Barhalzi.

651 651

Sagabbu

(651) Sagabbu, governor of Harran.

650 650

Bēl-Ḫarrān-šadûa

(650) Bel-Harran-shadua, governor of Tyre.

649 649

Aḫu-ilāya

(649) Ahu-ilaya, governor of Carchemish.


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