Imi

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For the village in Iran, see Imi, Iran. For the three letter abbreviation, see IMI.
Imi
King of Akkad
Reign c. 2127  BC
Predecessor Igigi
Successor Nanum

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.[1][2] He reigned of only about a year before being succeeded by Nanum, according to the king list.[3]

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  1. ^ Who Were The Babylonians? by Bill T. Arnold
  2. ^ Those Elusive Deuteronomists: The Phenomenon of Pan-Deuteronomism by Linda S. Schearing
  3. ^ Samuel Noah Kramer. The Sumerians: Their History, Culture, and Character. University of Chicago Press. ISBN 0 226 45238 7.