Aššūr-dugul, inscribed maš-šur-du-gul, “Look to (the god) Aššur!”, was the king of Assyria probably during the 18th century BC, a period of confusion in Assyrian history. He was the 44th ruler to be listed on the Assyrian Kinglist, reigning for six years and was a usurper. ==Biography== He seized power in the aftermath of the overthrow ...
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