Eannatum

EannatumPronunciation-needed was a Sumerian king of Lagash who established one of the first verifiable empires in history. One inscription of his, found on a boulder, states that Eannatum was his Sumerian name, while his `Tidnu` (Amorite) name was Lumma. ==Conquest of Sumer== Eannatum, grandson of Ur-Nanshe, was a king of Lagash who conquered al.....
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Eannatum

(from the article `Mesopotamia, history of`) Kish must have played a major role almost from the beginning. After 2500, southern Babylonian rulers, such as Mesannepada of Ur and Eannatum of ... ...itself never was included within the official Sumerian canon of kingship. Among the most famous Lagash monuments of that period is the Stele o...
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