Erridupizir

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Erridupizir
King of Guti, King of the Four Quarters
Reign fl. Late 3rd millennium BC
Successor Imta

Erridupizir (fl. Late 3rd millennium BC) was a Gutian ruler in Sumer. His reign was attested by a royal inscription at the archaeological site for the ancient city-state of Nippur where he called himself: "King of Guti, King of the Four Quarters".[1] [2][3] Imta then succeeded Erridupizir.

Preceded by
unknown
King of Guti, King of the Four Quarters
fl. Late 3rd millennium BC
Succeeded by
Imta

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References[edit]

  1. ^ The Sargonic and Gutian Periods (2334-2113), Douglas R. Frayne, University Of Toronto Press, 1993, ISBN 0-8020-0593-4
  2. ^ Mesopotamian Chronicles by Jean-Jacques Glassner Published 2004 ISBN 1-58983-090-3
  3. ^ Reallexikon der Assyriologie by Erich Ebling, Bruno Meissner, 1993, Walter de Gruyter, ISBN 3-11-003705-X