The remains of Haddu
|Region||Deir ez-Zor Governorate|
The kingdom flourished in the middle of the third millennium BC and controlled the middle Khabur valley. It was ruled by its own monarch who was a vassal of Ebla, and fought against the kingdom of Mari.
- Lauren Ristvet (2014). Ritual, Performance, and Politics in the Ancient Near East. p. 85.
- Lauren Ristvet (2014). Ritual, Performance, and Politics in the Ancient Near East. p. 53.
- Diane Bolger, Louise C. Maguire (2010). The Development of Pre-State Communities in the Ancient Near East: Studies in Honour of Edgar Peltenburg. p. 133.
- "Amalia Catagnoti : IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE WAR. THE TRUCE BETWEEN EBLAAND MARI (ARET XVI 30) AND THE RANSOM OF PRISONERS, Revue d'assyriologie et d'archéologie orientale Vol. 106, pp 50". Presses Universitaires de France. 2012. Retrieved 26 February 2015.
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