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|King of Sumer and Akkad|
|King of the Akkadian Empire|
|Reign||c. 2127 BC|
Imi was a king of the Akkadian Empire in c. 2127 BC (short chronology). He was a king of Akkad following the collapse of the Akkadian Empire. He reigned of only about a year before being succeeded by Nanum, according to the king list.
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