Igigi of Akkad

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For gods in mythology, see Igigi.
King of the Akkadian Empire
Reignc. 2128  BC

Igigi, according to the Sumerian King List, was one of four rivals (the others being Ilulu, Imi, and Nanum) vying to be king of the Akkadian Empire during a three-year period following the death of Shar-kali-sharri.[1] This chaotic period came to an end when Dudu consolidated his power over the realm.

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  1. ^ Thorkild Jacobsen, The Sumerian King List (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1939), pp. 112-115