|King of Halab (Yamhad)|
|Reign||Middle 16th century BC – c. 1525 BC|
next king of Halab was : Telepinus.
Aleppo came under the authority of Mitanni, Idrimi stayed in exile for seven years, after which he conquered Alalakh and continued the dynasty as the King of Mukis, Ilim-Ilimma I was the last king of the Yamhad dynasty to rule as King of Halab, his grandchild Niqmepa might have controlled Halab but as king of Alalakh.
Ilim-Ilimma I of HalabDied: 1525 BC
|King of Halab (Yamhad)
– 1525 BC
Title next held byTelepinus
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