Alalngar

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Alalngar
Ensí of Eridu
Reignfl. c. 2900 BC, or legendary
PredecessorAlulim
SuccessorEn-men-lu-ana

Alalngar (also written as: Alalĝar, Alalgar, or Alaljar) was the second ensí of Eridu, according to the Sumerian King List.[1] He was also the second king of Sumer. Also according to the Sumerian King List: Alalngar was preceded by Alulim. Additionally, Alalngar was succeeded by En-men-lu-ana of Bad-tibira. Alalngar was said to have reigned for thirty-six-thousand years[1] (if not legendary, he may have ruled c. 2900 BC.)

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  1. ^ a b Wang, Haicheng (2004). Writing and the Ancient State: Early China in Comparative Perspective. Cambridge University Press. p. 36. ISBN 1107785871. Retrieved 5 February 2015.
Preceded by
Alulim
2nd King of Sumer
fl. c. 2900 BCE, or legendary
Succeeded by
En-men-lu-ana of Bad-tibira
Ensi of Eridu
fl. c. 2900 BCE, or legendary
Unknown