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SAAS 2 Assyrian Eponym Chronicle. Composite text

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910-859910-859

 

(For the eponyms of years from 910 to 859, see here the Assyrian Eponym List. Composite text)

858a858a

[TA li-me] 1

ša mdDI-ma-nuMAŠ

DUMU m-šurPAP-ir-A

LUGAL [KUR-šur]

(858-824 BC) [Since the eponym]

of Salmānu-ašarēd (Shalmaneser III)

son of Aššur-naṣir-apli (Ashurnasirpal II)

K[ing of Assyria.]

858858

li⸣-me

mLUGALTÉŠUN-MEŠ

a-[x]

(858 BC) Eponym (of)

Šarru-balti-nišī

t[o? ...]

857857

[:.]

mdDI-ma-nuMAŠ

LUGAL KUR-šur.KI

a-[x]

(857 BC) ["]

Salmānu-ašarēd (Shalmaneser III)

King of Assyria

t[o? ...]

856856

[:.]

m-šurENGIN-in

.tur-ta-nu

a⸣-[x]

(856 BC) ["]

Aššur-bēlu-kaʾʾin

commander in chief

t[o? ...]

855855

[:.]

m-šur-a.aPAB

.GAL-KAŠ.LUL

a⸣-[x]

(855 BC) ["]

Aššur-bunāya-uṣur

chief cup bearer

t[o? ...]

854854

[:.]

mADinaÉ.GALlil-bur

.ŠUDUNÉ.GAL

[x x x x x x]

(854 BC) ["]

Abu-ina-ēkalli-lilbur

palace herald

[...]

853853

[:.]

mDI.KUD-šur

.tur-ta-nu

[x x x x x]

(853 BC) ["]

Dayyān-Aššur

commander in chief

[...]

852852

[:.]

mdUTUAD-u-a

.GAR.KUR URU.na-ṣib-na

[x x x x x x]

(853 BC) ["]

Šamaš-abūʾa

governor of Naṣibina

[...]

851851

[:.]

mdUTUENPAB

ša URU.kal-ḫa

[x x x x x]

(851 BC) ["]

Šamaš-bēlu-uṣur

governor of Kalḫu

[...]

850850

[:.]

mENKAK-a.a

.ŠUDUNÉ.GAL

[x x x x]

(850 BC) ["]

Bel-bunāya

palace herald

[...]

849849

[:.]

mḫa-di-ili-pu-šú

ša URU.⸢na-ʾi-ri

[x x x]

(849 BC) ["]

Ḫadi-libbušu

governor of Naʾiri

[...]

848848

[:.]

mdMAŠ.MAŠDUIGI

ša [x x x x x

x x x]

(848 BC) ["]

Nergal-ālik-pāni

[governor of ...

...]

847847

[:.]

mbird⸣[ra]-⸢ma-na

[x x x x x x

x x x]

(847 BC) ["]

Bur-Rammān

[...]

[...]

846846

(Lacuna)

845845

(Lacuna)

844844

(Lacuna)

(For the eponyms of years 846-840 (Ninurta-mukīn-nišī, Ninurta-nādin-šumi, Aššur-būnāya, Ṭāb-Ninurta, Taklāk-ana-šarri, Adad-rēmanni, Šamaš/Bēl-abūa, see here Assyrian Eponym List. Composite text)

843843

(Lacuna)

842842

(Lacuna)

841841

[:.] 2

[x x x x x x]

[x x x x x x]

[x x x x x x] x

(841 BC) [" (in the eponym of)]

[...]

[...]

[...]

840840

[:.]

[x x x x x x]

x x [x x x x

a-na KUR] ERIN

(840 BC) ["]

[Šamaš/Bēl-abūa 3]

[...]

[... to the] cedar [mountain].

839839

[:.]

[mDI-muENIGI

x x URU.a-ḫiÍD].⸢zu⸣-ḫi-na

a-[na] URU.qu-u-e

(839 BC) ["]

[Šulmu-bēli-lāmur]

[governor of Arzuḫina]

[to Qu]e.

838838

:.

[mdMAŠkib-siPAB

x x URU].⸢ra⸣-ṣap-pa 4

a-na KUR.⸢ma-la⸣-ḫi

(838 BC) ["]

[Ninurta-kibsī-uṣur]

[governor of] Raṣappa!

to Malahi.

837837

[:.

mdMAŠDINGIR-a.a

.GAR.KUR URU.a-ḫi]—ÍD.zu-ḫi-na

a-na KUR.da-na-bi

(837 BC) ["]

[Ninurta-ilāya5]

[governor of Ar]zuhina

to Danabi.

836836

[:.

mqur-di-šur

x x x URU].raq-mat

a-na KUR.ta-ba-li

(836 BC) ["]

[Qurdi-Aššur]

[governor of] Raqmat

to Tabal.

835835

[:.

x x x x x x

KUR].⸢ḫab⸣-ru-ri

a-na KUR.me-li-di

(835 BC) ["]

[Šep-šarri]

[governor of] Ḫabrūri

to Melid.

834834

[:.

mdMAŠ.MAŠSIG₅-iq

x x URU].⸢ni⸣-nu-a

a-na KUR.nam-ri

(834 BC) ["]

[Nergal-mudammiq]

[governor of] Nineveh

to Namri.

833833

[:.

mia-ḫa-lu

].IGI.DUB

a-na KUR.qu-e

(833 BC) ["]

[Iaḫalu]

[treasurer]

[...]

832832

[:.

mITI.KIN-a.a

x x URU].⸢kàl⸣-zi

a-na KUR.qu-e

(832 BC) ["]

[Ulūlāyu]

[governor of] Kalzi

to Que.

831831

:.

mMAN⸣—ḫat-⸢ti⸣—BE-[x x x]

[a]-na KUR.qu-e

AN.GAL TA URU.de-ri it-tal-ka

(831 BC) ["]

[Šarru-ḫattu-ipella]

[governor of xx]

to Que; the god Ištaran came from Deri.

830830

:.

mdU.GURDINGIR-a.[a]

[x x URU.i]-⸢sa⸣-na

a-na KUR.ur-ar-ṭi

(830 BC) ["]

[Nergal-ilāya]

[governor of I]sana

to Urarṭu.

829829

[:.

mḫu-ba-a.a

x x x x]-ḫi

a-na KUR.un-qi

(829 BC) ["]

[Ḫubāyu]

[governor of x x]

to Unqi.

828828

[m]⸢DINGIRGIN⸣—[PAB]

[x x x]-⸢ḫa

a-na KUR.ul-lu-ba

(828 BC) ["]

[Ilu-kēnu-uṣur]

[governor of xx]-ḫa

to Ulluba.

827827

:.

[m]dDI-ma-⸢nu⸣—MAŠ [MAN] KUR-⸢šur

a-na KUR.man-na-a.a

(827 BC) ["]

[Salmānu-ašarēd (Shalmaneser III)]

[king of As]syria

to Mannea.

826826

:.

[mDI.KUD]—-šur

[.tur-ta]-⸢nu

si-ḫu

(826 BC) ["]

[Dayyān-Aššur]

[commander in ch]ief

revolt.

825825

[:.

m]⸢⸣-šur-a.a—[PAB

.GALKAŠ.LUL] 6

si-ḫu

(825 BC) ["]

[Aššur-būnāya-uṣur]

[chief cup bearer!]

revolt.

824824

[:.

m]a.a-ḫa-a-[lu

.tur-ta-nu] 7

si-ḫu

(824 BC) ["]

[Iaḫalu]

[treasurer]

revolt.

823823

[:.]

[m]⸢EN⸣—-a.a

[.NIGIRÉ.GAL] 8

si-ḫu

(823 BC) ["]

[B]ēl-būnāya

[x x x x]

revolt.

823a823a

[x] MU⸣-MEŠ mDI⸣-[ma-nuMAŠ] MAN KUR-šur

[x] years of Sal[mānu-ašarēd] (Shalmaneser III), king of Assyria.

822822

[:.]

[m]šam-šidIM

MAN [KUR-šur]

si-⸢ḫu

(822 BC) [" (in the eponym of)]

[Šamšī]-Adad

king [of Assyria]

revolt.

821821

[:.]

[mia]-⸢ḫa⸣-li

⸣.[tur-ta-nu] 9

si-⸢ḫu

(821 BC) ["]

[Ia]ḫalu

c[ommander in chief]

revolt.

820820

[:.]

[mEN]—KALAG-an

.[NIGIRÉ.GAL] 10

si-⸢ḫu da⸣-ri-is

(820 BC) ["]

[Bēl-]dān

p[alace herald]

revolt, suppressed.

819819

[:.]

[mdMAŠ]—ub-lam

⸣.[GAR.KUR x x x]

KUR⸣.man-na-a.a

(819 BC) ["]

[ Ninurta-]ubla

p[alace herald]

to Mannea.

818818

[:.]

[mdUTU]—DINGIR-a.a

⸣.[GAR.KUR x x x]

x x si?-mat 11

(818 BC) ["]

[Šamaš]-ilāya

[x x x x]

x-x.

817817

[:.]

[mdMAŠ.MAŠ]—⸢DINGIR⸣-a.a

.GAR.⸢KUR [x x x

KUR.til]-⸢le⸣-e

(817 BC) ["]

[Nergal]-ilāya

govern[or of x x x x

to Til](?).

816816

[:.

m-šur]-a.aPAB

.GAL—[KAŠ.LUL] 12

a-na KUR.til-⸢le⸣-[e]

(816 BC) ["]

[Aššur-būn]āya-uṣur

chief [cup bearer

to Til]

815815

:.

[mMANḫat-tii]-be-el

.GAR.KUR [URU].⸢na⸣-ṣi-bi-na

a-na KUR.za-ra-a-te

(815 BC) "

[Šarru-ḫattu-ipella

governor of] Naṣibina

to Zarate.

814814

:.

[mEN-TI.LA]-⸢aṭ

[.tur-ta]-⸢nu : a-na URU.de-ri

AN.GAL a-na URU.de-ri it-ta-lak

(814 BC) "

[Bēlu-lū-balaṭ

filed marsh]al

to Dēr; the god Ištaran went to Dēr.

813813

:.

[mmu-še]-⸢ek⸣-niš

.GAR.KUR [URU].⸢ḫab⸣-ru-ri

a-na KUR.aḫ-sa-na

(813 BC) "

[Mušekniš

governor of] Ḫabrūri

to Aḫsana.

812812

[:.

mdMAŠ]-SAG.KAL

.GAR.KUR [URU].⸢raq⸣-mat

a-na KUR.kal-di

(812 BC) ["]

[Ninurta-]ašarēd

governor of Raqmat

to Chaldea.

811811

:.

[mdUTU]—⸢ku⸣-mu-u-a

.⸢GAR⸣.[KUR URU].⸢arrap⸣-ḫa

a-na .DINGIR.RA.KI

(811 BC) "

[Šamaš-kūmūa

governor of] Arrapha

to Babylon.

810810

:.

mEN⸣—[ŠU.2—DAB]

[.x x x KUR].⸢ma⸣-za-mu-a

i-na KUR

(810 BC) "

[Bēl-qātē-ṣabat

governor of] Mazāmua

in the Land.

810a810a

[x x x MU]-MEŠ [x x x x x x x x] [x x x x x x x x x x x x]

[x] years [of Šamšī-Adad (V), king of Assyria].

809809

:.

[mdIM-ERIM.GABA

MAN KUR]--šur.KI

a-na mad-a.a

(809 BC) " (in the eponym of)

[Adad-nērārī (III)

king of] Assyria

to Media.

808808

:.

mdMAŠ.MAŠ—⸢DINGIR⸣-[a.a]

[.tur]-⸢ta⸣-nu

a-na URU.gu-za-na

(808 BC) "

[Nergal-ilāya

commander in ch]hief

to Gūzāna.

807807

:.

mENKALAG-an

[.NIGIR]-É.GAL

a-na KUR.man-na-a.a

(807 BC) "

[Bēl-dān

palace] herald

to Mannea.

806806

:.

[m]ṣilEN

⸣.[GAL]—KAŠ.LUL

a-na KUR.man-na-a.a

(806 BC) "

[Ṣil-Bēl

chief] cupbearer

to Mannea.

805805

:.

m-šurtak-lak

.IGI.DUB

a-na KUR.ar-pad-da

(805 BC) ["]

Aššur-taklāk

treasurer

to [Arpadda].

804804

:.

mDINGIRKI-ia

⸣.GAR.KUR

a-na URU.ḫa-za-zi

(804 BC) "

[Ilu-ittīya

governor of] the land

to Ḫazāzu.

803803

:.

mdIGI.DUKAM-

[.GAR.KUR URU].⸢ra⸣-ṣap-pa

a-na URU.ba--li

(803 BC) "

[Palil-ēreš

governor of] Raṣappa

to Baʾalu.

802802

:.

m-šurTÉŠÉ.[KUR-ri]

[.GAR.KUR] URU⸣.arrap-ḫa

a-na UGU tam-tim mu-ta-nu

(802 BC) "

[Aššur-balti-ekurri

governor of] Arrapḫa

to the Sea; plague.

801801

:.

mdMAŠDINGIR-a.a

ša URU.a-ḫiÍD.zu-ḫi-na

a-na URU.ḫu-bu--ki-a

(801 BC) "

Ninurta-ilāya

governor of Arzuḫina

to [Ḫubuškia].

800800

:.

mGÌR.2-d15

ša URU.na-ṣib-i-na

a-⸢na mad-a.a 13

(800 BC) "

Šēp-Ištar

governor of Naṣibina

to [Media/Mannea].

799799

:.

mdMESḪAL-a-ni

ša URU.a-me-di

a-na mad-a.a 14

(799 BC) "

Marduk-šimanni

governor of Amēdi

to [Media/Mannea].

798798

:.

mmu-tak-kildMES

.GAL-SAG.MEŠ

a-na URU.lu-u-ši-a

(798 BC) "

[Mutakkil-Marduk

c]hief eunuch

to Lušia.

797797

:.

mENLAL-iṣDINGIR-ma

[.GAR.KUR] URU.kal-ḫi

a-na KUR.nam-ri

(797 BC) "

[Bēl-tarṣi-iluma

governor of K]alḫu (Nimrud)

to Namri.

796796

:.

m-šurENPAB 15

[.GAR.KUR] KUR.ḫab-ru-ri

a-na man-ṣu-a-te

(796 BC) "

Aššur-bēlu-uṣur

[governor of Habruri]

to Manṣuate.

795795

:.

mdAMAR.UTUKUR-u-ni

[.GAR.KUR] URU.raq-mat

a-na URU.de-e-ri

(795 BC) "

[Marduk-šaddûni

governor of] Raqmat

to Dēr.

794794

:.

mGINAD-u-a

[.GAR.KUR] URU.tuš-ḫa-an

a-na URU.de-e-ri

(794 BC) "

[Kēnu-abūa

governor of] Tušḫan

to Dēr.

793793

:.

mman-nukiKUR-šur

[.GAR.KUR] URU.gu-za-na

a-na mad-a.a

(793 BC) "

[Mannu-kī-Aššur

governor of] Gūzāna

to Media.

792792

:.

mmu-šal-limdMAŠ

[.GAR.KUR] URU.til-le-e

a-na mad-a.a

(792 BC) "

Mušallim-Ninurta

governor of Tillê

to Media.

791791

:.

mENBA-šá-an-ni

[.GAR.KUR] URU.šib-ḫi-niš

a-na KUR.ḫu-bu--ki-a

(791 BC) "

[Bēl-iqīšanni

governor of Šib]ḫiniš

to Ḫubuškia.

790790

[:.]

mGÌR.2—dUTU

[.GAR.KUR] URU.i-sa-na

a-na KUR.i-tu-ʾa-a

(790 BC) ["]

Šēp-Šamaš

governor of Isana

to It[uʾa].

789789

⸢:.⸣

mdMAŠGINPAB

[.GAR.KUR] URU.ni-nu-a

a-na mad-a.a

(790 BC) "

Ninurta-kēnu-uṣur

governor of Nineveh

to Media.

788788

:.

mdIMmu-šam-mer

[.GAR.KUR] URU.kàl-zi

a-na mad-a.a

(788 BC) "

Adad-mušammer

governor of Kilizu

to Media.

788a788a

URU₄

ša É dAG

ša NINA⸣.KI

kar-ru

foundation

of the temple of Nabû

of Nineveh

laid.

787787

:. 16

mṣild15

.GAR.KUR URU.⸢arba⸣-ìl

a-na mad-a.a

(787 BC) " (in the eponym of)

Ṣil-Ištar

governor of Arbail

to Media.

787a787a

dAG

a-na É GIBIL

e-ta-rab

Nabû

in the new the temple

has entered.

786786

:.

mdAGMANPAB

.GAR.KUR URU.tal-⸢mu⸣-si

a-na KUR.ki-is-ki

(786 BC) " (in the eponym of)

Nabû-šarru-uṣur

governor of Talmusu

to Kiski.

785785

:.

mdIMú-bal-liṭ 17

.GAR.KUR URU⸣.[tam]-⸢nun⸣-na

a-na KUR.ḫu-bu--ki-a

(785 BC) "

Adad-uballiṭ

governor of Tamnunna

to Ḫubuškia.

785a785a

AN.GAL

a-na URU.de-⸢e⸣-ri

it-ta-lak

the god Ištaran

in Dēr

has gone.

784784

:.

mdMESMANPAB 18

.GAR.⸢KUR URU.kur-ba⸣-ìl

a-na KUR.ḫu-bu--ki-a

(784 BC) " (in the eponym of)

Marduk-šarru-uṣur

governor of Kurbail

to Ḫubuškia.

783783

:.

mdMAŠPAB-ir

⸣.[GAR.KUR] [KUR].⸢za⸣-mu-a

a-na KUR.i-tu-ʾa

(783 BC) "

Ninurta-nāṣir

governor of Mazāmua

to Ituʾa.

782782

:.

mDINGIR⸣-maZU

⸣.[GAR.KUR URU.na]-⸢ṣi⸣-bi-na

a-na KUR.i-tu-ʾa

(782 BC) "

Ilumma-lēʾi

governor of Naṣibina

to Ituʾa.

782a782a

⸢28⸣ MU-MEŠ m[dIMERIM.GABA] MAN KUR-šur.KI

28 years of Adad-nērārī (III) king of Assyria.

781781

i-na li-me

mdDI-ma-nuMAŠ

[MAN KUR ]-⸢šur⸣.KI

a-na KUR.ur-ar-ṭi

(781 BC) in the eponym of

Salmānu-ašarēd (Shalmaneser IV)

king of Assyria

to Urarṭu.

780780

:.

mšam-šiDINGIR

[.tur]-⸢ta⸣-nu

a-na KUR.ur-ar-ṭi

(780 BC) "

Šamšī-ilu

commander in chief

to Urarṭu.

779779

:.

mdAMAR.UTUrém-a-ni

[].⸢GAL⸣—KAŠ.LUL

a-na KUR.ur-ar-ṭi

(779 BC) "

Marduk-rēmanni

chief cup bearer

to Urarṭu.

778778

:.

mdENGIŠ

[].600

a-na KUR.ur-ar-ṭi

(778 BC) "

Bēl-lēšer

(palace) herald

to Urarṭu.

777777

:.

mdPASUḪUŠ-íaGIN-in

[].IGI.DUB

ina KUR.i-tu-ʾa

(777 BC) "

Nabû-išdēya-kaʾʾin

chief treasurer

in Ituʾa.

776776

:.

mIGI-šur—[IGI

].GAR.KUR

a-na KUR.ur-ar-ṭi

(776 BC) "

Pān-Aššur-lāmur

governor of the land

to Urarṭu.

775775

:.

mdIGI.DUAPIN-

[].GAR.KUR URU.ra-ṣa-pa

a-na KUR e-re-ni

(775 BC) "

Pālil-ēreš19

[go]vernor of Raṣappa

[...].

774774

:.

m15—BÀD

[].GAR.KUR URU.na-ṣib-bi-na

a-na KUR.ur-ar-ṭi KUR.nam-ri

(774 BC) "

Ištar-dūrī

[go]vernor of Naṣibina

to Urarṭu Namri.

773773

[:.]

mman-nu—⸢ki⸣—[dIM

.GAR].KUR URU.⸢raq⸣-mat

a-na URU.di-maš-qa

(773 BC) "

Mannu-kī-Adad

[go]vernor of Raqmat

to Damascus.

772772

:.

m-šurEN—⸢PAB

[.GAR].KUR URU.kal-ḫi

a-na URU.ḫa-ta-ri-ka

(772 BC) "

Aššur-bēlu-uṣur

[go]vernor of Kalḫu (Nimrud)

to Ḫatarikka.

772a772a

[x] MU-MEŠ [m]DI-ma-nuMAŠ MAN KUR-⸢šur [x]

[x] years of Salmānu-ašarēd (Shalmaneser IV), king of Assyria.

771771

:.

m-šurKALAG-an

LUGAL KUR--šur.KI

a-na URU.ga-na-na-a-ti

(771 BC) " (in the eponym of)

Aššur-dān (III)

king of Assyria

to Gananati.

770770

:.

msam-siDINGIR

.tur-ta-nu

a-na URU.ma-ra-ad

(770 BC) "

Šamšī-ilu

commander in chief

to Marad.

769769

:.

mENDINGIR-a.a

[.GAR.KUR] URU.arrap-ḫa

a-na KUR.i-tu-ʾa

(769 BC) "

Bēl-ilāya

governor of Arrapḫa

to Ituʾa.

768768

:.

mDUMU.-a.a

[.GAR.KUR KUR].za-mu-a

i-na KUR

(768 BC) "

Aplāya

governor of Mazāmua

in the Land.

767767

[:.]

mqur-di-šur

[.GAR.KUR] URU.[a-ḫi]—ÍD.zu-ḫi-na

a-na KUR.gán-na-na-ti

(767 BC) "

Qurdi-Aššur

governor of Arzuḫina

to Gananati.

766766

:.

mmu-DIdMAŠ

[.GAR.KUR] URU⸣.til-e

ina mad-a.a

(766 BC) "

Mušallim-Ninurta

governor of Tillê

to Media.

765765

:.

mdMAŠGINUN-MEŠ

[.GAR.KUR] KUR.ḫab-ru-ri

a-na KUR.ḫa-ta-ri-ka mu-ta-nu

(765 BC) "

Ninurta-mukīn-nišī

governor of Ḫabrūri

to Ḫatarikka; plague

764764

:.

mṣi-id-qiDINGIR

[.GAR.KUR] KUR.tuš-ḫa-an

i-na KUR

(764 BC) "

Ṣidqi-ilu

governor of Tušḫān

in the Land.

763763

:.

mburdsa-gal-e

[.GAR.KUR] URU.gu-za-na si-ḫu ina URU.ŠÀURU

ina ITI.SIG₄ dUTU AN.MI GAR-an

(763 BC) "

Bur-Sagalê

governor of Guzana rebellion in Libbi-Ashur (Inner Citiy of Ashur);

in the month of Simanu an eclipse20 of the sun took place.✸

762762

:.

mDÙG.GAEN

[.GAR.KUR] URU.a-me-di

si-ḫu ina URU.ŠÀURU

(762 BC) "

Ṭāb-bēl

governor of Amēdi

rebellion in Libbi-Ashur (Inner Citiy of Ashur).

761761

:.

mdAGGIN—⸢PAB

[.GAR.KUR] URU.ni-nu-a

si-ḫu ina URU.arrap-ḫa

(761 BC) "

Nabû-kēnu-uṣur21

governor of Nineveh

rebellion in Arrapḫa.

760760

:.

mlaqe-[pu]

[.GAR.KUR] URU.kàl-zi

si-ḫu ina URU.arrap-ḫa

(760 BC) "

Lā-qēpu

governor of Kilizu

rebellion in Arrapḫa.

759759

:.

mIGId-⸢šur⸣—la-[mur]

[.GAR.KUR] URU.arba-ìl

si-ḫu ina URU.gu-za-na mu-ta-nu

(759 BC) "

Pān-Aššur-lāmur

governor of Arbail

rebellion in Gūzāna; plague.

758758

:.

ma-naENtàk-⸢lak

[.GAR.KUR] URU⸣.i-sa-na

a-na URU.gu-za-na DI-mu ina KUR

(758 BC) "

Ana-bēli-taklāk

governor of Isana

to Gūzāna; peace in the Land.

757757

:.

mdMAŠ—⸢

[.GAR.KUR] URU⸣.kur-ba-ìl

ina KUR

(757 BC) "

Ninurta-iddin

governor of Kurbail

in the Land.

756756

:.

mENKUR-u-⸢a

[.GAR.KUR] URU⸣.tam-nun-na

ina KUR

(756 BC) "

Bēl-šadûa

governor of Tamnuna

in the Land.

755755

:.

mi-qi-su

[.GAR.KUR] [URU].šib-ḫi-ni-

a-na KUR.ḫa-ta-ri-ka

(755 BC) "

Iqīsu

governor of Šibḫiniš

to Ḫatarikka.

754754

:.

mdMAŠše-[zib-an-ni]

[.GAR.KUR] URU⸣.tal-mu-si

a-na URU.ar-pad-da

(754 BC) "

Ninurta-šēzibanni

governor of Talmusa

to Arpad.

754a754a

 

 

 

TA URU-šur ta-a.a-ar-

return from Ashur.

753753

ina li-me

m-šur—[ERIM.GABA

MAN KUR ]-šur.KI

i-na KUR

(753 BC) in the eponym of

Aššur-nērārī (V)

king of Assyria

in the Land.

752752

:.

mšam-[šiDINGIR

].⸢tur⸣-ta-nu

i-na KUR

(752 BC) "

Šamšī-ilu

commander in chief

in the Land.

751751

:.

mdMES⸣—[DI-an-ni

].⸢NIGIRÉ⸣.GAL

i-na KUR

(751 BC) "

Marduk-šallimanni

palace herald

in the Land.

750750

[:.]

mEN—[KALAG-an

].GALKAŠ.LUL

i-na KUR

(750 BC) "

Bēl-dān

chief cupbearer

in the Land.

749749

[:.]

mdUTU⸣—[GINdu-gul

].⸢IGI⸣.DUB

a-na KUR.nam-ri

(749 BC) "

Šamaš-kēnu-dugul

treasurer

to Namri.

748748

[:.]

mdIM⸣—[ENGIN

].GAR.KUR

a-na KUR.nam-ri

(748 BC) "

Adad-bēlu-kaʾʾin

governor (of Ashur)

to Namri.

747747

[:.]

md[30—DI-an-ni

.GAR.KUR URU].ra-ṣap-pa

i-na KUR

(747 BC) "

Sîn-šallimanni

governor of Raṣappa

in the Land.

746746

:.

mU.[GURPAB-ir

.GAR.KUR] URU⸣.na-ṣi-bi-na

si-ḫu ina URU.kal-ḫi

(746 BC) "

Nergal-nāṣir

governor of Naṣibina

in Kalḫu (Nimrud).

745745

[ina li-me

mdAGENPAB

.GAR.KUR] URU⸣.arrap-ḫa

ina ITI.GUD UD-13-KÁM

(745 BC) "

Nabû-bēlu-uṣur

governor of Arrapḫa

in the month of Ayyaru (April/May).

745a745a

 

[mtukul]-tiDUMU.É.ŠÁR.RA

ina GIŠ.GU.ZA it-tu-šib

Tukultī-apil-Ešarra (Tiglath-pileser III)

took the throne.

745b745b

 

[ina ITI].DU₆ a-na bi-rit ÍD

it-ta-lak

in the month of Tišri

he crossed the river.

744744

[:.

mENKALAG-an]

[.GAR.KUR] URU.kal-ḫi

a-na KUR.nam-ri

(744 BC) "

Bēl-dān

governor of Kalḫu (Nimrud)

to Namri.

743743

[:.

mIGI.DUBAÉ.ŠÁR.RA]

LUGAL KUR-šur.KI

i-na URU.ar-pad-da

(743 BC) "

Tukultī-apil-Ešarra (Tiglath-pileser III)

king of Assyria

in Arpad.

743a743a

:.

[x x]

de⸣-ek- ša KUR.ur-ar-ṭi

de-kàt

the defeat of Urarṭu

he made.

742742

[:.

mdAGKALAG-in-an-ni]

.tur-ta-nu

a-na URU.ar-pad-da

(742 BC) "

Nabû-daʾʾinanni

commander in chief

to Arpad.

741741

[:.

mENURU.KASKALENPAB]

⸣.NÍGIRÉ.GAL

a-na URU.:. a-na 03 MU-MEŠ ka-šid

(741 BC) "

Bēl-Harrān-bēlu-uṣur

palace herald

" (to Arpad); taken in three years.

740740

[:.

mdAGKAR-ir-an-ni]

⸣.GALKAŠ.LUL

a-na URU.ar-pad-da

(740 BC) "

Nabû-ēṭiranni

chief cupbearer

to Arpad.

739739

[:.

md30—tàk-lak]

⸣.IGI.DUB a-na KUR.ul-lu-ba

URU.bir-tu ṣab-ta-at

(739 BC) "

Sîn-taklāk

treasurer

to Ulluba; fort seized.

738738

[:.

mIMENGIN]

.GAR.KUR

URU.kul-la-ni-i ka-šid

(738 BC) "

Adad-bēlu-kaʾʾin

governor (of Ashur)

Kullani captured.

737737

[:.

mENIGI.LAL-an-ni]

[.GAR.KUR] KUR.ra-ṣap-pa

a-na mad-a.a

(737 BC) "

Bēl-ēmuranni

governor of Raṣappa

to Media.

736736

[:.

mdMAŠDINGIR-a.a]

[.GAR.KUR] URU.na-ṣi-bi-na

a-na GÌR.2 KUR.na-al

(736 BC) "

Ninurta-ilāya

governor of Naṣibina

to the foot of Mount Nal.

735735

[:.

m-šuršal-lim-an-ni]

[.GAR.KUR] KUR.arrap-ḫa

a-na KUR.ur-ar-ṭi

(735 BC) "

Aššur-šallimanni

governor of Arrapḫa

to Urarṭu.

734734

[:.

mENKALAG-an]

[.GAR.KUR] URU.kal-ḫa

a-na KUR.pi-lis-ta

(734 BC) "

Bēl-dān

governor of Kalḫu (Nimrud)

to Philistia.

733733

[:.

m-šurKALAG-in-a-ni]

[.GAR.KUR] URU.ma-za-mu-a

a-na KUR.di-maš-qa

(733 BC) "

Aššur-daʾʾinanni

governor of Mazāmua

to Damascus.

732732

[:.

mdAGEN]—⸢PAB

[.GAR.KUR] URU.si-im-me-e

a-na KUR.di-maš-qa

(732 BC) "

Nabû-bēlu-uṣur

governor of Siʾme

to Damascus.

731731

[:.

mdU.GURú-bal]-⸢liṭ

[.GAR.KUR] URU.a-ḫiÍD.zu-ḫi-na

a-na URU.šá-pi-ia

(731 BC) "

Nergal-uballiṭ

governor of Arzuḫina

to Šapiya.

730730

[:.

mENluda]-⸢ri

[.GAR.KUR] URU.til-e

i-na KUR

(730 BC) "

Bēl-lū-dāri

governor of Tillê

in the Land.

729729

[:.

mlíp-ḫur]—⸢DINGIR

[.GAR.KUR] KUR.ḫab-ru-ri

LUGAL ŠU.2 dEN DAB-bat

(729 BC) "

Lipḫur-ilu

governor of Ḫabrūri

the king took the hands of Bel.

728728

[:.

mBÀD]-⸢šur

.GAR.KUR URU.⸢tuš-ḫa⸣-an LUGAL ŠU

dEN DAB-bat URU.⸢ḫi⸣-[x-x-x]

(728 BC) "

Dūri-Aššur

governor of Tušḫan

the king took the hands of Bēl; the city [...].

727727

[:.

mENKASKALENPAB

.GAR.KUR URU.gu]-⸢za⸣-na

a-na URU⸣.[x x x x]

(727 BC) "

Bēl-Ḫarrān-bēlu-uṣur

governor of Gūzāna

to the city [...].

727a727a

:.

[x x x x x

mdDI-ma]-⸢nu⸣—MAŠ

ina GIŠ⸣.[GU.ZA it-tu-šib]

[...]

[...]

Salmānu-ašarēd (Shalmaneser V)

[sat] on [the throne].

726726

[:.

mdMESENPAB

.GAR.KUR URU.a-me]-di

i-[na x x x x]

(726 BC) "

Marduk-bēlu-uṣur

governor of Amēdi(?)

i[n ...].

725725

[:.

mmaḫ-de-e

.GAR.KUR URU].NINA

a-⸢na [x x x x]

(725 BC) "

Mahdê22

governor of Nineveh

to [...].

724724

[:.

m-šurḪAL-a-ni

.GAR.KUR URU.kàl]-zi

a-⸢na [x x x x]

(724 BC) "

Aššur-šimanni

governor of Kilizi

to [...].

723723

[ina li-me

mdDI-ma-nuMAŠ

MAN KUR-šur].KI

a-[na x x x x]

(723 BC) ["

Salmānu-ašarēd (Shalmaneser V)

king of Assy]ria

to [...].

722722

[:.

mdMAŠDINGIR-a.a

.tur]-⸢tan?

[x x x x]

(722 BC) ["

Ninurta-ilāya

feld mars]hal

[to ...].

721721

[:.

mdAGLAL-iṣ

.GAR.KUR x x x x x

a-na KUR.ḫat]-⸢ti

(721 BC) ["

Nabû-tāriṣ

governor of ...

to Ḫat]ti.

720720

[:.

m-šurGIŠkaKALAG-in

.GAR.KUR x x x

x x x x]-ru

(720 BC) ["

Aššur-nīrka-daʾʾin

governor of ...

to ...]ru.

719719

[:.

mMANGIN

MAN KUR-šur.KI

x x x e]-ta-rab

(719 BC) ["

Šarru-ukīn (Sargon II)

king of Assyria of ...

to ...en]tered.

718718

[:.

mNUMUN

.GAR.KUR URU.ra-ṣap-pa

a-na KUR.ta]-ba-la

(718 BC) ["

Zēru-ibni

governor of Raṣappa

to Ta]bal.

717717

[:.

mDÙG.GAIM-šur

.IGI.DUB UŠ₈-MEŠ

URU.BÀDMAN]—GIN kar-ru

(717 BC) ["

Ṭāb-šār-Aššur

treasurer

foundations of Dūr-Šarru]kên put down.

716716

[:.

mDÙG.GAGIŠ.MIÉ.ŠÁR.RA]

[GAR.KUR ŠÀURU

a-na] URU⸣.man-na-a.a

(716 BC) ["

Ṭāb-ṣil-Ešarra

governor of the Inner City (of Ashur)

to] Mannea.

715715

[:.

mtak-lakanaEN

.GAR.KUR URU.na-ṣib-i-na

x x x ].NAM-MEŠ šak-nu

(716 BC) ["

Taklāk-ana-Bēl

governor of Naṣibina

the] governors were placed.

714714

[:.

m15—BÀD

.GAR.KUR URU.arrap-ḫa

a-na KUR.ur]-⸢ar⸣-ṭi URU.mu-ṣa-ṣir ḫal-di-a

(714 BC) ["

Ištar-dūrī

governor of Arrapḫa

to Ur]arṭu, Muṣaṣir, Ḫaldia.

713713

[:.

m-šurba-ni

.GAR.KUR URU.kal-ḫa

].⸢GAL⸣-MEŠ ina KUR.el-li-pa

(713 BC) ["

Aššur-bāni

governor of Kalḫu (Nimrud)

rul]ers in Ellipi.

713a713a

[:.

dx

x ina] É⸣—GIBIL e-ta-rab

[

DN(?)

in the] New Palace entered.

713b713b

[a]-⸢na URU.mu-ṣa-ṣir

[

t]o Muṣaṣir.

712712

[:.

mMANIGI.LAL-an-ni

.GAR.KUR KUR.za-mu-a]

i-na KUR

(712 BC) ["

Šarru-ēmuranni

governor of Mazāmua]

in the Land.

711711

[:.

mdMAŠDUIGI

.GAR.KUR URU.si-im-me-e]

a-na URU.mar-qa-sa

(711 BC) ["

Ninurta-ālik-pāni

governor of Siʾimme]

to Marqasa.

710710

[:.

mdUTUENPAB

.GAR.KUR URU.ar-zu-ḫi-na]

a-na URU.ÉmNUMUN-i LUGAL ina KIŠ.KI -e-di

(710 BC) ["

Šamaš-bēlu-uṣur

governor of Arzuḫina]

to Bīt-Zerli stayed.

709709

[:.

mman-nuki-šur-ZU

.GAR.KUR URU.til-le]-e

mMANGI.NA ŠU.2 dEN iṣ-ṣa-bat

(709 BC) ["

Mannu-kī-Aššur-lēʾi

governor of Till]ê

Šarru-ukīn (Sargon II) took the hands of Bēl.

708708

:.

md[UTUú]-pa-[ḫír

.GAR.KUR KUR.ḫab-ru]-ri

URU.ku-mu-ḫa ka-šid .NAM šá-kín

(708 BC) "

[Šamaš-u]paḫ[ḫir

governor of Ḫabrū]ri

Kummuḫ conquered; governor appointed.23

707707

:.

mšá-šurdu-ub-bu

.GAR.KUR URU.tuš-ḫa-an

LUGAL TA* .DINGIR⸣.RA.KI is-su-uḫ-ra

(707 BC) "

Ša-Aššur-dubbu

governor of Tušḫan

the king returned from Babylon;

707a707a

 

 

SUKKAL GAL-MEŠ šal-lu-

ša URU.BÀDia-GIN na-ṣa

the sukkallu (and the) magnates(?) brought the booty(?)

of Dūr-Yakin;

707b707b

 

 

[x x x x]-UR

URU.BÀDia-GIN na-píl

[x x x x]

of Dūr-Yakin is destroyed;

707c707c

 

ITI.DU₆ UD-22-KÁM

DINGIR-MEŠ-ni ša URU.BÀDmMAN-GIN

a-na É-MEŠ-šú-nu e-tar-bu

on the 22nd of Tishri

the gods of Dūr-Šarrukên

have entered their temples.

706706

:.

mmu-tak-kil-šur

.GAR.KUR URU.gu-za-na MAN ina KUR GAL-⸢MEŠ

ina KUR.kar-al-li

(706 BC) "

Mutakkil-Aššur

governor of Gūzāna

the king in the Land; the magnates in Karalla

706a706a

ina ITI.GUD UD-06-KÁM

URU.BÀDmMANGIN SAR?-ru

na-[mu-ra-a-te maḫ-ra]

on the 6th of Iyyar

Dūr-Šarrukên completed

audience gifts received.

705705

:.

mNIGINEN

.GAR.KUR URU.a-me-di

LUGAL [x x x x]

(705 BC) "

Nasḫir-bēl

governor of Amēdi

the king [x x x x]

705a705a

ina UGU mgúr*-di-i

.ku-lum-ma-a.a

ša? [x x x x]

against Gurdî

the Kulummean,

who [x x x x]

705b705b

LUGAL GAZ ma-dak-

ša LUGAL KUR-šur.KI

lu⸣-[x x x]

the king was killed

the military camp of the king of Assyiria

[x x x x]

705c705c

ina ITI.NE UD-12-KÁM

md30—PAP-MEŠSU

DUMU⸣—[LUGAL x x x]

on the 12th of Ab

Sîn-aḫḫē-erība (Sennacherib)

son of the [king x x x x].

704704

:.

mdPAde-ni-

.GAR.KUR URU.NINA

a-[na x x x x]

(704 BC) "

Nabû-dēnī-ēpuš

governor of Nineveh

to [x x x x]

704a704a

URU.la-rak

URU.sa-rab-a-nu

[x x x x x x]

Larak, Sarabanu

[x x x x]

[x x x x]

704b704b

É.GAL ša

URU.kàl-zi e-pi- ka⸣-nu ina

[x x x x x x]

palace of

Kilizi was made in

[x x x x]

704c704c

GAL-MEŠ ina UGU

DUMU É.GAL-lum qer⸣-x

[x x x x x]

the magnates against

the son? palace?

[x x x x]

703703

:.

mḪÉ.NUN?⸣-[a.a

x x x x]

[x x x x x]

(703 BC) "

Nuhšāya

[governor of Kilizi]

[x x x x]

702702

[:.

mdPAZU

.GAR.KUR arba-ìl

x x x]

[(702 BC) "

Nabû-lēʾi

governor of Arbail

x x x]24

701701

[:.]

[m]⸢ḫa?-na?⸣-[nu

.GAR.KUR x x x

x x x]

(701 BC) "

Ḫanāna

governor of Til-Barsip

x x x]

700700

:.

mmi-tu-nu

.GAR.⸢KUR [URU.i-sa-na]

(700 BC) "

Mitūnu

governor of Isana

[x x x]

700a700a

[m]-šurSUMMU

DUMU [md30—ŠEŠ-MEŠSU]

Aššur-nādin-šumi

son of [Sennacherib]

700b700b

x ša É.GAL

MURUB₄ URU [x x x x x]

[x x x x x] of the palace

in the town [x x x x x]

700c700c

GIŠ.⸢gu-šur GIŠ.ere-ni

GAL.⸢MEŠ [x x x x x x]

trunks of cedar

big [x x x x x]

700d700d

NA₄.GIŠ.NU₁₁.GAL

ina ŠÀ KUR [am-ma-na-na]

alabaster

in the Mount [Ammanana]

700e700e

ina ŠÀ URU.ŠEda-ar-gi-⸢la⸣-[a x x x x]

in the interior of Kapar-dargili [x x x x]

700f700f

x x x x x x⸣-ú a-na ma?-[x x x x x x x]

[x x x x]

700g700g

ša LUGAL x x e [x x x x x x x x x]

[x x x x]

699699

[:.]

[m]⸢EN⸣—[MAN-an-ni ša URU.kur-ba-ìl]

(699 BC) "

Bēl-šarrāni

governor of Kurbail

[x x x]

698-649698-649

[x x x]

[x x x]

[x x x]

[x x x]

(For the eponyms of years from 698 to 649, see here the Assyrian Eponym List. Composite text)

1B5 is the only source for the eponym chronicles of years 858-847. Denoting a king's reign by anticipating it as with a header ("eponyms of RN son of RN king of Assyria" - ruling-line - list) is known only from this tablet.

2The years of the eponym chronicles from 841 to 829 are covered only by sources B4 and B10.

3See the scores of the eponym list for this eponym.

4According to I.L. Finkel and J.E. Reade (Or 67, p. 249), the Eponym Chronicle B4 has an error (caused by "graphy of two preceding lines) in designating the province of Raṣappa to Ninurta-kibsī-uṣur. This man appears on his own Ashur stela as šāqiu rabiu amd governor of Naʾiri, Andi, Sinabu, Suhna, Mallani, and Alzi, which is probably correct (for the distinction between šāqiu rabiu and rab šāqê, see Mattila SAAS 11, pp. 47-48.)

5This edition follows the guidelines of transcription system given by Parpola in PNA (p. xxiiff.). Therefore, six divine names (Ištar, Ninurta, Aššur, Ea, Ninlil, and Enlil) are lemmatized according to their Neo-Assyrian reading (Issār, Inūrta, Aššūr, Aia, Mulissu, and Illil; see evidence for these forms in PNA p. xxv-xxvii). Hoewever, as also in PNA, the translation maintains the classic reading, guaranteeing the user with the widest possible range of readings. The grapheme <i>, which is frequently used for writing the semivowel [y], has been consistently transcribed as i in PNA (or j, when used as a glide after i); this rule is applied for the lemmatization, but also in this case (and this time differently than in PNA) the translation keeps [y]. As an example for what here explained: Ninurta-ilāya (a name common to five eponym years -- 863, 837, 801, 736, and 722) is lemmatized as Inūrta-ilāʾī and translated as Ninurta-ilāya.

6For the assignment of the title rāb šāqê to Aššur-būnāya-uṣur for this year (and for 816, as well), see I.L. Finkel and J.E. Reade, Iraq 57 (1995) 168-169.

7For a possible assignment of the title turtānu to Iahalu for this year (and for 821), see I.L. Finkel and J.E. Reade, Iraq 57 (1995) 168-169.

8For the assignment of the title nāgir ēkalli to Bēl-būnāya for this year, see I.L. Finkel and J.E. Reade, Iraq 57 (1995) 168-169.

9For the assignment of the title turtānu to Iaḫalu for this year (and possibly for 824, as well), see I.L. Finkel and J.E. Reade, Iraq 57 (1995) 168-169.

10For the assignment of the title nāgir ēkalli to Bēl-dān for this year, see I.L. Finkel and J.E. Reade, Iraq 57 (1995) 168-169.

11In source B4: 24', the last two signs read -šum-me.

12For the assignment of the title rāb šāqê to Aššur-būnāya-uṣur for this year (and for 825, as well), see I.L. Finkel and J.E. Reade, Iraq 57 (1995) 168-169.

13Sources have both Media and KUR man-a.a

14Sources have both Media and KUR man-a.a

15Possibly identical with the eponym of the year 772 BC.

16The eponym-list tradition covering the eponymates from Ṣil-Ištar to Ninurta-nāṣir (783) is subject to several variations, and there is no secure way to indicate the most reliable manuscript; see, Brinkman, JCS 30 (1978) 173-175. Variations include two main recensions: a long one with six eponyms and a short one with five. With the exception of Ṣil-Ištar at the beginning, all the names in this segment of the list are subject to variation in the form: for example, Nabû-šarru-uṣur (786) is substituted by Balāṭu in A3 i 7' (where appears later before Ninurta-nāṣir) and [...]-uballiṭ in B10 r 18. The range of eponymates with variation is larger by one, if we take into account the Eponym Chronicles, whose manuscript B10 has a repetition of Adad-mušammer at line r 22, where we would expect Marduk-šarru-uṣur (see below). Please, click on the line numbers of this composite text and of the Eponym List composite text to see the relative scores.

17Eponym Chronicle B10 r 20 has Marduk-šarru-uṣūur.

18Eponym Chronicle B10 r 22 has Adad-mušammer.

19Previously read Nergal-ēreš (see, PNA p. 981).

20This is a crucial event for the calculation of absolute chronolgiers in Mesopotamia and the ancient Near East. It has been identified with an almost complete solar eclipse occured on 15th of June 763 BC, and it works as anchor for the compilation of a patchwork of sources - including the eponym lists and the Assyrian and Babylnoian king lists, among others - which allows for a fairly grounded reconstruction of years' succession from the reign of Adad-nērāri II (911-891 BC), going down across the centuries, and up to our age through Ptolemy's "Canon" (see, R. Pruzinzsky, Mesopotamian Chronology of the 2nd Millennium B.C., 2009, p. 17.)

21Previously read Nabû-mukīn-aḫi (see, PNA p. 840).

22For this name as a form of Ammi-hātî, see PNA p. 104, with previous bibliography.

23B6 r. 1-2 (see scores) has "noble men to Kummuḫ."

24Entries for years 702 and 701 have no sources for the Eponym Chronicles. The reconstruction of the lines is guessed on the basis of the Eponym Lists.


Adapted from Alan Millard (with a contribution by Robert Whiting), The Eponyms of the Assyrian Empire 910-612 BC (State Archives of Assyria Studies 2), 1994. Adapted and lemmatised by Nathan Morello, 2019, as part of the research programme of the Alexander von Humboldt Chair in the Ancient History of the Near and Middle East at LMU Munich (Karen Radner, Humboldt Professorship 2015). The annotated edition is released under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license 3.0. Please cite this page as http://oracc.org/saao/Q007771/.