Libaya

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Libaya was a king of Assyria from 1690 - 1674 BC. He succeeded Bel-bani in the Adaside Dynasty which came to the fore after the ejection of the Babylonians and Amorites from Assyria.[1]

Little is known of his reign, however Assyria appears to have been a relatively peaceful, secure and stable nation during this period.[2]

Preceded by
Bel-bani
King of Assyria
1690–1674 BC
Succeeded by
Sharma-Adad I

References[edit]

  1. ^ K. R. Veenhof (2008). Mesopotamia: The Old Assyrian Period. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. p. 24.
  2. ^ Georges Roux - Ancient Iraq

Georges Roux - Ancient Iraq K. R. Veenhof (2008). Mesopotamia: The Old Assyrian Period. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. p. 24.