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Archibald Sayce
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 210 pages of information about Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations.

FIRST DYNASTY OF UR.

Lugal-kigub-nidudu. 
Lugal-kisal-si, his son.

SECOND DYNASTY OF UR.

Ur-Bau, cir.  B.C. 2700; his step-son, Nammakhani, high-priest of Lagas.  Dungi I., his son; Gudea and his son, Ur-Nin-girsu, vassal high-priests of Lagas.

DYNASTY OF ERECH.

Sin-gamil. 
Sin-gasid.

DYNASTY OF ISIN.

Isbi-girra. 
Libit-Istar. 
Pur-Sin I.
Ur-Ninip. 
Isme-Dagan. 
En-annatum, his son, vassal of Gungunum of Ur.

THIRD DYNASTY OF UR.

Gungunum. 
Dungi II. (reigns at least 41 years). 
Pur-Sin II. (reigns at least 12 years). 
Gimil-Sin (reigns at least 9 years). 
Ine-Sin (probably followed by Sumu-abi).

FIRST DYNASTY OF BABYLON, B.C. 2478.

Sumu-abi or Samu-abi, 14 (or 15) years.[12]
Sumu-la-ilu, his son, 36 (or 35) years. 
Zabium or Zabu, his son, 14 years. 
Abil-Sin, his son, 18 years. 
Sin-muballidh, his son, 20 (or 30) years.

Babylonia conquered by the Elamites; Kudur-Laghghamar (Chedor-laomer) king of Elam is suzerain, while Eri-Aku (Arioch) governs southern Babylonia and makes Larsa his capital.

Khammurabi or Ammurapi, the Amraphel of Genesis, 43 (or 55) years (B.C.
2376-2333). 
He defeats the Elamites, restores Sin-idinnam to Larsa, and reunites
Babylonia. 
Samsu-iluna, his son, 38 (or 35) years. 
Abesukh (Abishua) or Ebisum, 25 years. 
Ammi-ditana, his son, 25 years. 
Ammi-zadok, his son, 21 years. 
Samsu-ditana, his son, 31 years.

DYNASTY OF SISKU, B.C. 2174.

Anman, 60 years. 
Ki-annibi, 56 years. 
Damki-ilisu, 26 years. 
Iskipal, 15 years. 
Sussi, 24 years. 
Gulkisar, 55 years. 
Kirgal-daramas, 50 years. 
A-dara-kalamma, 28 years. 
E-kur-ul-anna, 26 years. 
Melamma-kurkurra, 8 years. 
Ea-ga ... 20 years.

THE DYNASTY OF THE KASSITES, B.C. 1806.[13]

Gandis, 16 years. 
Agum-si, 22 years. 
Agu-yasi, 22 years. 
Ussi, his son, 9 years. 
Adumetas. 
Tazzigurumas. 
Agum-kak-rime, his son.

Eight unknown kings. 
Kara-indas. 
Kadasman-Bel (corresponded
with the Egyptian king Amenophis III.)
Kuri-galzu I.
Burna-huryas, his son. 
Kuri-galzu II., his son.[14]
Kara-khardas. 
Kadasman-kharbe I., his son.

The throne usurped by Nazi-bugas. 
Kuri-galzu III., son of Kadas-man-kharbe, 35 (?) years. 
Nazi-Maruttas, his son, 26 years, B.C. 1378. 
Kadasman-Turgu, his son, 17 years. 
Kadasman-buryas, 14 years. 
Kudur-Bel, 6 years. 
Sagarkti-buryas, his son, 13 years (800 years before Nabonidos). 
Bibeyasu, 8 years. 
Bel-sum-iddin, 1-1/2 year. 
Kadasman-kharbe II., 1-1/2 year. 
Rimmon-sum-uzur, 30 years (including
the 7 years during
which the Assyrian king Tig-lath-Bir
held Babylon). 
Meli-sipak, 15 years. 
Merodach-baladan I., his son, 13 years. 
Zamama-sum-iddin, 1 year. 
Bel-sum-iddin, 3 years.

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