Ibrium is attested campaigning against the city of Abarsal during the time of vizier Arrukum, he took office after Arrukum during the last two years of Irkab-Damu reign and continued to hold office during the reign of Isar-Damu, he kept his position for about 20 years and was succeeded by his son Ibbi-Sipish thus establishing a parallel dynasty of viziers next to the royal family.
Ibrium waged a war against Armi in his ninth year as vizier, the texts mentions that the battle happened near a town called Batin (it could be located in northeastern Aleppo), and that a messenger arrived in Ebla with news about the defeating of Armi. He also conducted several campaigns against rebellious vassals and concluded a peace and trading treaty with Abarsal.
- Mario Liverani. The Ancient Near East: History, Society and Economy. p. 207.
- Joan Aruz,Ronald Wallenfels (2003). Art of the First Cities: The Third Millennium B.C. p. 462.
- Paolo Matthiae,Licia Romano (2010). 6 ICAANE. p. 484.
- Stephen C. Neff (2014). Justice Among Nations. p. 14.