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Naram-Suen (Naram-Sin) may refer to any of four kings in the history of Mesopotamia:
- Naram-Sin of Akkad (c. 2190–2154 BC), an Akkadian king, the most famous of the four
- Naram-Sin of Assyria (c. 1872–1845 BC), an Assyrian king
- Naram-Sin of Uruk (c. 19th century BC), a king of Uruk known from
- Naram-Suen of Eshnunna (c. 19th century BC), a king of Eshnunna
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