Igigi (Akkadian King)
- For gods in mythology, see Igigi.
|King of Akkad|
|Reign||c. 2128 BC|
Igigi was a king of the Akkadian Empire in c. 2128 BC (short chronology). He was the successor of Shar-Kali-Sharri the first king of Akkad after the collapse Akkadian Empire following the death of Shar-Kali-Sharri. He reigned for about a year before being succeeded by Imi, according to the king list.
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