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The remains of Haddu
Haddu is located in Syria
Shown within Syria
Location Syria
Region Deir ez-Zor Governorate
Coordinates 35°55′48″N 40°20′49″E / 35.93°N 40.347°E / 35.93; 40.347

Haddu, was an ancient kingdom in northern Syria, identified with the modern Tell Malhat ed-Deru (تل مليحة الدور) in Deir ez-Zor Governorate.[1]

The kingdom flourished in the middle of the third millennium BC and controlled the middle Khabur valley.[2] It was ruled by its own monarch who was a vassal of Ebla,[3] and fought against the kingdom of Mari.[4]


Coordinates: 35°55′48″N 40°20′49″E / 35.930°N 40.347°E / 35.930; 40.347