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Mut-Ashkur

Mut-Ashkur was the king of Assyria from 1730 BC to 1720 BC. He was the son and successor of Ishme-Dagan. His father arranged for him to marry the daughter of the Hurrian king Zaziya.[1]

Preceded by
Ishme-Dagan I
King of Assyria
1730–1720 BCE
Succeeded by
Rimush

References

  1. ^ Who's who in the ancient Near East By Gwendolyn Leick
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