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Shuttarna III was a Mitanni king who reigned for a short period in the 14th century BC. He was the son of Artatama II, an usurper to the throne of Tushratta. Shuttarna sought support from the Assyrians, but was defeated when a Hittite army marched towards the capital and installed Shattiwaza on the throne.
| Mitanni king
late 14th century BC
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