Kadashman-Enlil I

(from the article `Mesopotamia, history of`) ...in Uruk (Erech) around 1420. A new capital west of Baghdad, Dr Kurigalzu, competing with Babylon, was founded and named after Kurigalzu I (c. ...
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Kadashman-Enlil I

Kadašman-Enlil I, typically rendered mka-dáš-man-dEN.LÍL in contemporary inscriptions (with the archaic masculine determinative preceding his name), was a Kassite King of Babylon from ca. 1374 BC to 1360 BC (short chronology), perhaps the 18th of the dynasty. He is known to have been a contemporary of Amenhotep III of Egypt, with whom he corre...
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