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Enlil-nasir I was the king of Assyria from 1479 BC to 1466 BC. In the List of Assyrian kings appears the following entry (king # 62): Enlil-nasir, son of Puzur-Ashur(III), ruled for thirteen years. His name is present on two clay cones from Ashur. He is mentioned in the Synchcrhonistic King list, but the name of the Babylonian counterpart is illegible.
- A. K. Grayson (1972). Assyrian Royal Inscriptions, Volume 1. Otto Harrassowitz. p. 36. §224—231.
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