Arnuwanda III

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Arnuwanda III
TitleKing of the Hittites
PredecessorTudḫaliya IV
SuccessorSuppiluliuma II
Parent(s)Tudhaliya IV
RelativesNerikkaili (uncle)
Hattusili III (grandfather)
Puduhepa (grandmother)
Suppiluliuma II (brother)

Arnuwanda III was the penultimate king of the Hittite empire (New Kingdom) c. 1215–1210 BC (middle chronology)[1] or c. 1209–1207 BC (short chronology).

Family[edit]

Arnuwanda was a son of Tudhaliya IV and grandson of Hattusili III and Puduhepa. He was quickly succeeded by his brother Suppiluliuma II.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Kuhrt, Amélie (2020). The Ancient Near East: c.3000–330 BC, Volume One. Routledge. p. 230. ISBN 978-1-136-75548-4.

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Regnal titles
Preceded by Hittite king
c. 1215–1210 BC
Succeeded by