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    Shamshi-Adad (Akkadian: Šamši-Adad; Amorite: Shamshi-Addu), ruled c. 1808–1776 BC, was an Amorite warlord and conqueror who had conquered lands across...
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  • Adad-guppi /ˈædəˌɡɒpi/ (Babylonian cuneiform: Adad-gûppîʾ; c. 648-544 BC), also known as Addagoppe, was an Assyrian priestess, a devotee of the moon god...
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    Hadad (redirect from Adad)
    Hadad (Ugaritic: 𐎅𐎄 Haddu), Haddad, Adad (Akkadian: 𒀭𒅎 DIM, pronounced as Adād), or Iškur (Sumerian) was the storm and rain god in the Canaanite and...
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  • Erība-Adad II, inscribed mSU-dIM, “Adad has replaced,” was the king of Assyria 1056/55–1054 BC, the 94th to appear on the Assyrian Kinglist. He was the...
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  • Adad-nirari II (reigned from 911 to 891 BC) was the first King of Assyria in the Neo-Assyrian period. Adad-nirari II's father was Ashur-dan II, whom he...
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    Originally it was assumed that the list was first written in the time of Shamshi-Adad I c. 1800 BC but it now is considered to date from much later, probably from...
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  • Rene Zayco Adad was a Filipino sports and business executive. He served as president of the Philippine Football Federation and was known for the Coke Go...
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    Adad-šuma-uṣur, inscribed dIM-MU-ŠEŠ, meaning "O Adad, protect the name!," and dated very tentatively ca. 1216–1187 BC (short chronology), was the 32nd...
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  • ISBN 0-943872-54-5 Chronology of the Larsa Dynasty, E.M. Grice , C.E. Keiser, M. Jastrow, AMS Press, 1979, ISBN 0-404-60274-6 Silli-Adad Year Names at CDLI v t e...
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    Nur-Adad ruled the ancient Near East city-state of Larsa from 1801 BC to 1785 BC (short chronology). He was a contemporary of Sumu-la-El of Babylon. Asia...
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