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    Posted: 13-Jul-2019 at 21:48
How many Assyrian king lists are there and what dynasties or kings stretches do they cover? I know of one that stretches from Ilushuma/Erishum to Ashurbanipal.

Below is my compiled list of all sources i have here (not any single ancient king list?) The dates are not mine. Asterisks indicate different dynasties/capitals/periods in different lists. The two streches between | are different order in different lists.

* Early Assyrian Period/38 ks: Tents/Hammurabi's 12/17 ks
Tudiya
Adamu
Janqi, Sahlamu, Harharu, Mandaru, Imsu, Harsu, Didanu, Hanu, Zuabu, Nuabu, Abazu, Belu
Azarah
Uspija (Assur?)
Apiashal
Zariqum?

 |

* Early Assyrian/38 ks: Ancestors/Amorite 10 ks (2/3)
Uspija
Apiashal
Zariqum?
Hale
Samanu, Hajanu, Ilumer, Jakmesi, Jakmeni, Jazkurilu, Ilukabukabu
Aminu

* Early Assyrian/38 ks: Bricks 6 ks (2/3)
Aminu
Sulili
Kikkia (Assur)
Akiya

 |

* Early/Old Assyrian/38 ks: Bricks 6 ks / Puzurashur (3/2)
Zariqum?
Puzurashur I (Assur)
Shalimahum (attested)
Ilushuma 21 yrs (720 yrs to Tn I)

* 82/98 ks: Early/Old Assyrian/38 ks: Group4 6 ks / Puzurashur (3/2)
Ilushuma
Erishum I 30/40 yrs (Ashur?) (Sumulael)
Ikunum (Assur, Kanesh)
Sargon I (Assur?)
Puzurashur II
{Naramsin 64 yrs
Erishum II 64 yrs}

 |

* Historic/Old Assyrian/38 ks: Group4 6 ks / Puzurashur
Erishum II

* Historic/Old Assyrian: Shamshiadad/Amorite/Assur
Samsiadad I (Terqa)
Ismedagan I 11/40 yrs
Zaziya (Hurrian)
Mutashkur
Asinum
Puzursin

* Historic/Old Assyrian: Babylonian/Usurpers/Unknown/Ashur 5/6/7 ks, 6 yrs
Ashurdugul
Aššur-apla-idi, Nasir-Sin, Sin-namir, Ipqi-Ištar, Adad-salulu
Adasi (vs Amorite/Babylonian)

* Historic/Old Assyrian: Adaside/Assur: Minor several ks
Bel(u)bani (semimythical, Iskibal)
Libaja, son of Belu-Bani, ruled for 17 years.
Sarma-Adad , son of Libaja, ruled for 12 years.
Iptar-Sin, son of Šarma-Adad, ruled for 12 years.
Bazaja, son of Iptar-Sin, ruled for 28 years.
Lullaja, son of a nobody (usurper), ruled for 6 years.
Su-Ninua, son of Bazaja, ruled for 14 years.
Sarma-Adad [II], son of Šu-Ninua, ruled for 3 years.
Irishum/Erisu/Erishum III
Samši-Adad [II], son of Erišum, ruled for 6 years.
Išme-Dagan [II], son of Šamši-Adad, ruled for 16 years.
Samši-Adad [III], son of [another] Išme-Dagan, brother of Šarma-Adad [II], son of Šu-Ninua, ruled for 16 years.
Aššur-nirari , son of Išme-Dagan, ruled for 26 years.
Puzur-Aššur [III], son of Aššur-nirari, ruled for 24/14 years.
Enlil-nasir , son of Puzur-Aššur, ruled for 13 years.
Nur-ili, son of Enlil-nasir, ruled for 12 years.
Aššur-šaduni, son of Nur-ili, ruled for 1 month.
Aššur-rabi
Ashurnadinahhe I (Mitanni)
Enlilnasir II

* Historic/Old Assyrian: Adaside/Assur: Minor several ks
Enlilnasir II
Aššur-nirari [II], son of Enlil-nasir, ruled for 7 years (1414-1408).
Aššur-bêl-nišešu, son of Aššur-nirari, ruled for 9 years
Aššur-rem-nišešu
Ashurnadinahhe II

* Historic/Old Assyrian: Adaside/Assur
Eribaadad I (Mitanni)

* Middle Assyrian: Adaside/Assur
Eribaadad I
Ashuruballit I (Mitanni)
Enlil-nirari, son of Aššur-uballit, ruled for 10 years (1317-1308).
Arik-den-ili, son of Enlil-nirari, ruled for 12 years (1307-1296).
Adad-nirari
Shalmaneser I (Mitanni)
Tukultininurta/"Ninus" 1 (Hittites, Urartu, Babylon)
Assurnadinapli
Ashurnirari III

* Middle Assyrian: Adaside/Assur 2
Enlilkudurusur

* Middle Assyrian: Adaside/Calah/Assur 3
Ilipada
Ninurtaapilekur I
Ashurdan I (Suhu)
Ninurta-tukulti-Aššur, son of Aššur-dan, briefly.
Mutakkil-Nusku
Ashurreshishi I Mutergimillimatassur (Zagros)
Tiglath-pileser , son of Aššur-reš-iši, ruled for 39 years (1114-1076).
Ašarid-apil-Ekur
Ashurbelkala (Arameans)

* Middle Assyrian: Adaside/Calah/Assur 4
Eribaadad II

* Middle Assyrian: Adaside/Calah/Assur 3
Shamshiadad IV
(Descendants 6 / Aramean / Calah / Assur 3)
Ashurnasirpal 1 (famine, nomads from deserts to west)
Shalmaneser [II], son of Aššurnasirpal, ruled for 12 years (1030-1019).
Aššur-nirari [IV], son of Šalmaneser, ruled for 6 years (1018-1013).
Aššur-rabi [II], son of Aššurnasirpal, ruled for 41 years (1012-972).
Aššur-reš-iši [II], son of Aššur-rabi, ruled for 5 years (971-967).
Tiglath-pileser [II],
Ashurdan II (TurAbdin, Arbel)

* Late/Neo-Assyrian: Adaside/Calah/Assur 3
Adadnirari II
Tukulti-Ninurta [II], son of Adad-nirari, ruled for 7 years (890-884).
Aššurnasirpal [II]
Shalmaneser III

* Late/Neo-Assyrian: Adaside/Calah/Assur 3
Shalmaneser III
Shamši-Adad [V], son of Šalmaneser, ruled for 13 years (823-811).
Adad-nirari [III], son of Šamši-Adad, ruled for 28 years
Salmaneser [IV], son of Adad-nirari, ruled for 10 years (782-773).
Aššur-dan [III]
Ashurirari V

* Late/Neo-Assyrian: Pre-Sargonid/Nineveh/Assur 5
Tiglathpileser/Pulu III
Shalmaneser V

* 82/98 ks: Late/Neo-Assyrian: Sargonid/Nineveh/Assur 5
Sargon II
Sennacherib 704-681
Esarhaddon 680-669
Assurbanipal (Kandalanu)
Aššur-etel-ilani ?
Sin-šumu-lišir ?
Sin-šar-iškun -612

* Late/Neo-Assyrian: Sargonid/Nineveh/Harran
Ashuruballit II

Two of my half a dozen to a dozen references/sources include:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assyrian_king_list
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Mesopotamian_dynasties
( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_the_Assyrian_Empire )
( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chronology_of_the_ancient_Near_East )



Edited by Arthur-Robin - 13-Jul-2019 at 21:54
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This list shows the regnal years. It doesn't show co-regencies. There are some strange seeming patterns in the regnal numbers which makes me think there may have been pairs or sometimes even triples of co-kings, or else just coregencies? Where there is a one years difference is presumably part years not full years, so they have accounted for that i guess?

Tudiya
Adamu
Janqi
Sahlamu
Harharu
Mandaru
Imsu
Harsu
Didanu
Hanu
Zuabu
Nuabu
Abazu
Belu
Azarah
Uspija (Assur?)
Apiashal
Zariqum?
Uspija
Apiashal
Zariqum?
Hale
Samanu
Hajanu
Ilumer
Jakmesi
Jakmeni
Jazkurilu
Ilukabukabu
Aminu
Sulili
Kikkia (Assur)
Akiya
Zariqum?
Puzurashur (I) (Assur)
Shalimahum (attested)
Ilushuma 21 yrs (720 yrs to Tn I)
Erishum (I) 30/38/40 yrs (Ashur?) (Sumulael)
Ikunum 7 yrs (Assur, Kanesh)
Sargon (I) 39 yrs (Assur?)
Puzurashur (II) 8 yrs
{ Naramsin n + 4 / 44 yrs
Erishum (II) 20 yrs } 64 yrs
Samsiadad (I) 33 yrs (Terqa)
Ismedagan (I) 11/40 yrs
Zaziya (Hurrian)
Mutashkur 10 yrs
Asinum
Puzursin
Ashurdugul 6 yrs
Assur-apla-idi
Nasir-Sin
Sin-namir
Ipqi-Istar
Adad-salulu
Adasi (vs Amorite/Babylonian)
+ Bel(u)bani 8/10 yrs (semimythical, Iskibal)
= Libaja 17 yrs.
Sarma-Adad (I) 12 yrs.
Iptar-Sin 12 yrs.
Bazaja 28 yrs.
Lullaja (usurper) 6 yrs.
Su-Ninua 14 yrs.
Sarma-Adad (II) 3 yrs.
= Irishum/Erisu/Erishum (III) 3/13 yrs
Samsi-Adad (II) 6 yrs.
Isme-Dagan (II) 16 yrs.
= Samsi-Adad (III) 16 yrs.
Assur-nirari 26 yrs.
= Puzur-Assur (III) 24/14 yrs.
+ Enlil-nasir 13 yrs.
Puzur-Assur (III) 24/14 yrs.
= Enlil-nasir 13 yrs.
+ Nur-ili  12 yrs.
+ Assur-saduni 1 mon.
= { Assur-rabi
Ashurnadinahhe (I) (Mitanni) } 25 yrs
Enlilnasir (II) 5/6 yrs
Assur-nirari (II) 6/7 yrs.
Assur-bêl-nisesu 8/9 yrs
+ Assur-rem-nisesu 7/8 yrs
+ Ashurnadinahhe (II) 10/12 yrs
= Eribaadad (I) 27 yrs
Ashuruballit (I) 35/36 yrs (Mitanni)
{ Enlil-nirari 10 yrs.
Arik-den-ili 12 yrs.
Adad-nirari (I) 31/32/33 yrs
Shalmaneser (I) 30 yrs (Mitanni) }
Tukultininurta/"Ninus" (1) 36/37 yrs (Hittites, Urartu, Babylon)
Assurnadinapli 4/3 yrs during Tn (I)
Ashurnirari (III) 6 yrs
Enlilkudurusur 5 yrs
(Ilipada/Ilahadda)
Ninurtaapilekur (I) 3/13 yrs
Ashurdan (I) 46/47 yrs (Suhu)
Ninurta-tukulti-Assur briefly.
= Mutakkil-Nusku briefly
Ashurreshishi (I) Mutergimillimatassur 18 yrs (Zagros)
Tiglath-pileser (I) 39/40 yrs.
Asarid-apil-Ekur 2 yrs
Ashurbelkala 18 yrs (Arameans)
Eribaadad (II) 2 yrs
Shamshiadad (IV) 4 yrs
Ashurnasirpal (1) 19 yrs (famine, nomads from deserts to west)
= Shalmaneser (II) 12 yrs.
+ Assur-nirari (IV) 6 yrs.
Assur-rabi (II) 41 yrs
Assur-res-isi (II) 5 yrs
Tiglath-pileser (II) 32/33 yrs
Ashurdan (II) 22/23 yrs (TurAbdin, Arbel)
Adadnirari (II) 21/44 yrs
Tukulti-Ninurta (II) 7/8 yrs.
Assurnasirpal (II) 25/26 yrs
Shalmaneser (III) 35 yrs
Shamsi-Adad (V) 13 yrs.
+ Adad-nirari (III) 27/28 yrs
= Shammuramat/Semiramis (II/III) 42 yrs
Adad-nirari (III) 27/28 yrs
= Salmaneser (IV) 10/11 yrs.
+ Assur-dan (III) 18 yrs
Ashurirari (V) 10/11 yrs
Tiglathpileser/Pulu (III) 18/19 yrs
Shalmaneser (V) 5 yrs
+ Sargon (II) 17 yrs
= Sennacherib 23/24 yrs
Esarhaddon 12/13 yrs
Assurbanipal 39/42 yrs (Kandalanu)
Assur-etel-ilani 3/4 yrs
Sin-sumu-lisir 1
Sin-sar-iskun 10/14 yrs
Ashuruballit (II) 3/4 yrs

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Sharrukin answered in the other thread/topic the question in the first post here, quote:

All the AKLs begin with the "reign" of Tudija.  However the earliest kings of Assyria are not given lengths of reign.  
Each AKL ends with different kings.   The SDAS ends with Shalmaneser IV, the KhAKL ends with Ashur-nerari V, and the NAKL (the oldest ends with Tiglathpileser II.
One list ends with the beginning of the "dynasty of Tiglathpileser"
Another list includes the "dynasty of Tiglathpileser" with 2 kings ends with the beginning of the "dynasty of Sargon"




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If we are to add the Revised Eponym List (REL), Middle Assyrian eponyms, and the Assyrian Eponym Canon (AEC), we the following:


Tudiya
Adamu
Janqi
Sahlamu
Harharu
Mandaru
Imsu
Harsu
Didanu
Hanu
Zuabu
Nuabu
Abazu
Belu
Azarah
Uspija (Assur?)
Apiashal
Zariqum? - {governor) not in AKL - under Amar-Sin, king of Ur
Uspija
Apiashal
Zariqum? - {governor) not in AKL - under Amar-Sin, king of Ur
Hale
Samanu
Hajanu
Ilumer
Jakmesi
Jakmeni
Jazkurilu
Ilukabukabu
Aminu
Sulili
Kikkia (Assur)
Akiya
Zariqum? - {governor) not in AKL - under Amar-Sin, king of Ur
Puzurashur (I) (Assur)
Shalimahum (attested)
Ilushuma 21 yrs (720 yrs to Tn I)
Erishum (I) (40 yrs) 1972-1934 BC (Ashur?) (Sumulael) First ruler with eponyms in REL.
Ikunum  (17 yrs) 1933-1918 BC (Assur, Kanesh)
Sargon (I) (40 yrs) 1917-1878 BC (Assur?)
Puzurashur (II) (8 yrs) 1877-1870 BC
Naramsin (34 + n yrs) 1869-  ? BC
     [the eponyms cover the span of 61 years for the combined reigns of Naram-Sin and Erishum II.  We       just don't know when one reign ended and when the next one began)
Erishum (II) (7 + n yrs)  ? - 1809 BC
Samsiadad (I) (33 yrs) (Terqa) 1808-1776 BC
Ismedagan (I) (40? yrs) 1775-1736? BC.  Last ruler with eponymns in REL
Zaziya (Hurrian) - not in AKL
Mutashkur (10 yrs) - not in AKL but in KAV 14 - 1736?-1726? BC
Rimu….. - not in AKL but in KAV 14 - 1726?-  ?  BC
Asinum - not in AKL but in inscription of Puzur-Sin
Puzursin - not in AKL but in inscription of Puzur-Sin
Ashurdugul (6 yrs)
(the following six usurpers ruled during the reign of Ashur-dugul)
Assur-apla-idi
Nasir-Sin
Sin-namir
Ipqi-Istar
Adad-salulu
Adasi (vs Amorite/Babylonian)

Belubani (10 yrs) (semimythical, Iskibal)
Libaja (17 yrs.)
Sarma-Adad (I) (12 yrs.)
Iptar-Sin (12 yrs.)
Bazaja (28 yrs.)
Lullaja (usurper) (6 yrs.)
Su-Ninua (14 yrs.)
Sarma-Adad (II) (3 yrs.)
Irishum/Erisu/Erishum (III) (13 yrs)
Samsi-Adad (II) (6 yrs.)
Isme-Dagan (II) (16 yrs.)
Samsi-Adad (III) (16 yrs.)
Assur-nirari (26 yrs.)
Puzur-Assur (III) (24/14 yrs.)
Enlil-nasir (13 yrs.)
Nur-ili  (12 yrs.)
Assur-saduni (1 mon.)
Assur-rabi (length of reign destroyed)
Ashurnadinahhe (I) (Mitanni) (length of reign destroyed) 
Enlilnasir (II) (6 yrs) 
Assur-nirari (II) (7 yrs.) 
Assur-bêl-nisesu (9 yrs ) 
Assur-rem-nisesu (8 yrs)
Ashurnadinahhe (II) (10 yrs)
Eribaadad (I) (27 yrs)
Ashuruballit (I) (36 yrs) (Mitanni)
{ Enlil-nirari (10 yrs.)
Arik-den-ili (12 yrs.)
Adad-nirari (I) (32 yrs)
Shalmaneser (I) (30 yrs) (Mitanni) }
Tukultininurta/"Ninus" (1) (37 yrs) (Hittites, Urartu, Babylon)
Assurnadinapli (4/3 yrs) during Tn (I)
Ashurnirari (III) (6 yrs)
Enlilkudurusur (5 yrs)
Ili-pada (grand vizier) under Enlilkudurusr
Ninurtaapilekur (I) (3/13) yrs 
Ashurdan (I) (46 yrs) (Suhu)
Ninurta-tukulti-Assur briefly.
Mutakkil-Nusku briefly
Ashurreshishi (I) (18 yrs)  (Zagros)
Tiglath-pileser (I) (39 yrs.)
Asarid-apil-Ekur (2 yrs)
Ashurbelkala (18 yrs) (Arameans)
Eribaadad (II) (2 yrs)
Shamshiadad (IV) (4 yrs)
Ashurnasirpal (1) (19 yrs) (famine, nomads from deserts to west)
Shalmaneser (II) (12 yrs.)
Assur-nirari (IV) (6 yrs.)
Assur-rabi (II) (41 yrs)
Assur-res-isi (II) (5 yrs)
Tiglath-pileser (II) (32 yrs)
Ashurdan (II) (23 yrs) (TurAbdin, Arbel) 
Adadnirari (II) (21 yrs) 911-891 BC.  First ruler with eponyms in AEC.
Tukulti-Ninurta (II) (7 yrs.) 890-884 BC
Assurnasirpal (II) (25 yrs) 883-859 BC
Shalmaneser (III) (35 yrs) 858-824 BC
Shamsi-Adad (V) (13 yrs.) 823-811 BC
Adad-nirari (III) (28 yrs) 810-783 BC
Shammuramat/Semiramis (II/III) consort of Adad-nirari 42 yrs - not in AKL 
Salmaneser (IV) (10 yrs.) 782-773 BC
Assur-dan (III) (18 yrs) 772-755 BC
Ashurirari (V) (10 yrs) 754-745 BC
Tiglathpileser/Pulu (III) (18 yrs) 744-727 BC
Shalmaneser (V) 5 yrs 726-722 BC
Sargon (II) 17 yrs 721-705 BC - post AKL but still within AEC
Sennacherib (24 yrs) 704-681 BC - post AKL but still within AEC
Esarhaddon (12 yrs) 680-669 BC - post AKL but still within AEC
Assurbanipal (42 yrs) 668-627 BC - (Kandalanu) - AEC ends during his reign.  Adad-Guppi inscription of                                         Nabonidus gives 42 years
Assur-etel-ilani (3/4 yrs)  - post AEC - Adad-Guppi inscription says 3 yrs, royal inscription gives 4th                                               year
Sin-sumu-lisir (1 yr) post AEC - Uruk kinglist gives him 1 year
Sin-sar-iskun post AEC - (no extant inscriptions give length of reign) probably died at the destruction of                               Nineveh in 612 BC
Ashuruballit (II) post AEC - (reigned probably from the destruction of Nineveh in 612 BC to the                                           Assyrian defeat at Carchemish 605 BC.)
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The following is the list of the eponyms of the kings of Assyria from 910 to 649 BC.   The eponym of Bur-Saggile in 763 BC (in bold) marks the anchor point for the entire chronology of the Assyrian Eponym Canon (AEC)

REG YR-CAL YR EPONYM   TITLE, AREA OR ACTION
ADAD-NERARI II (911-891 BC) 21 years (AKL)
yr 1 - 910  Adad-nērārī (II) king
yr 2 - 909 Šeʾi-Aššur  governor of Kilizi
yr 3 - 908 Aššur-daʾʾinanni
yr 4 - 907 Aššur-dēnī-amur
yr 5 - 906 Barmu
yr 6 - 905 Abī-[…]
yr 7 - 904 Aššur-taklāk
yr 8 - 903 Q[urdi-ili]ma?
yr 9 - 902 …-inanni
yr 10 - 901 Dūr-māti-Aššur
yr 11 - 900 Illeqāyu
yr 12 - 899 Ninuāyu
yr 13 - 898 Likberu
yr 14 - 897 Adad-aḫu-iddin  šakin libbi-āli
yr 15 - 896 Adad-dān
yr 16 - 895 Ina-iliya-allak
yr 17 - 894 Šamaš-abūa
yr 18 - 893 Šamaš-bēlu-uṣur?
yr 19 - 892 Nergal-zar[…]me?
yr 20 - 891 Ṭāb-eṭēr-Aššur

TUKULTI-NINURTA II (890-884 BC) 7 years (AKL)
yr 1 - 890 Aššur-lā-kēnu-ubāša
yr 2 - 889 Tukultī-Ninurta (II) king
yr 3 - 888 Taklāk-ana-bēlīya
yr 4 - 887 Abu-ilāya
yr 5 - 886 Ilu-milkī
yr 6 - 885 Naʾid-ilu
yr 7 - 884 Yarî

ASHUR-NASIR-PAL II (883-859 BC) 25 years (AKL), 24 years (AEC)
yr 1 - 883 Aššur-šēzibanni
yr 2 - 882 Aššur-nāṣir-apli (II) king
yr 3 - 881 Aššur-iddin
yr 4 - 880 Miqti-adur
yr 5 - 879 Ša-ilima-damqa
yr 6 - 878 Dagan-bēlu-nāṣir
yr 7 - 877 Ninurta-pīya-uṣur
yr 8 - 876 Ninurta-bēlu-uṣur
yr 9 - 875 Iššiak-Aššur-lilbur
yr 10 - 874 Šamaš-upaḫḫir
yr 11 - 873 Nergal-āpil-kūmūa rab ekallim, governor of Kalah
yr 12 - 872 Qurdi-Aššur
yr 13 - 871 Aššur-lēʾi
yr 14 - 870 Aššur-natkil
yr 15 - 869 Bēl-mudammiq
yr 16 - 868 Dayān-Ninurta
yr 17 - 867 Ištar-emūqāya  governor of Tušhan
yr 18 - 866 Šamaš-nūrī
yr 19 - 865 Mannu-dān-ana-ili
yr 20 - 864 Šamaš-bēlu-uṣur
yr 21 - 863 Ninurta-ilāya
yr 22 - 862 Ninurta-ēṭiranni
yr 23 - 861 AššurNergal-ilāya
yr 24 - 860 Nergal-nīrka-daʾʾin
yr 25 - 859 Ṭāb-bēlu

SHALMANESER III (858-824 BC) 35 years (AKL)
yr 1 - 858 Šarru-balti-nišī
yr 2 - 857 Šulmānu-ašarēd  king of Assyria
yr 3 - 856 Aššur-bēlu-kaʾʾin turtānu, …[…]
yr 4 - 855 Aššur-būnāya-uṣur rab šāqê, …[…]
yr 5 - 854 Abī-ina-ekalli-lilbur nāgir ekalli
yr 6 - 853 Dayān-Aššur  turtānu
yr 7 - 852 Šamaš-abūa  governor of Nisibin
yr 8 - 851 Šamaš-bēlu-uṣur  governor of Kalah
yr 9 - 850 Bel-būnāya  nāgir ekalli
yr 10 - 849 Ḫadi-lipūšu  governor of Nairi
yr 11 - 848 Nergal-ālik-pāni
yr 12 - 847 Bur-Rammān
yr 13 - 846 Ninurta-mukīn-nišī
yr 14 - 845 Ninurta-nādin-šumi
yr 15 - 844 Aššur-būnāya
yr 16 - 843 Ṭāb-Ninurta
yr 17 - 842 Taklāk-ana-šarri governor of Nemed-Ištar
yr 18 - 841 Adad-rēmanni
yr 19 - 840 ŠamašBēl-abūa  [to the] cedar [mountain]
yr 20 - 839 Šulmu-bēli-lāmur [of Arz]uhina, to Que
yr 21 - 838 Ninurta-kibsī-uṣur of Raṣappa, to Malahi
yr 22 - 837 Ninurta-ilāya  [of Ahi]zuhina, to Danabi
yr 23 - 836 Qurdi-Aššur  [of] Raqmat, to Tabal
yr 24 - 835 Šēp-šarri  [of H]abruri, to Melid
yr 25 - 834 Nergal-mudammiq  [of N]ineveh, to Namri
yr 26 - 833 Yaḫalu   masennu rabû, to Que
yr 27 - 832 Ulūlāyu   [of Ki]lizi, to Que
yr 28 - 831 Šarru-ḫattu-ipēl to Que; the Great God went from Dêr
yr 29 - 830 Nergal-ilāya  [of Is]ana, to Urartu
yr 30 - 829 Ḫubāyu   [of …]hi, to Unqi
yr 31 - 828 Ilu-mukīn-aḫi  [of …h]a, to Ulluba
yr 32 - 827 Šulmānu-ašarēd (III) king of Assyria, to Mannea
yr 33 - 826 Dayān-Aššur  turtānu, revolt
yr 34 - 825 Aššur-būnāya-uṣur [rab šāqê], revolt
yr 35 - 824 Yaḫalu   [rab šāqê], revolt

SHAMSHI-ADAD V (823-811 BC) 13 years (AKL)
yr 1 - 823 Bēl-būnāya  [nāgir ekalli], revolt
yr 2 - 822 Šamšī-Adad (V)  king of Assyria, revolt
yr 3 - 821 Yaḫalu   [turtānu], revolt
yr 4 - 820 Bēl-dān   nāgir ekalli, revolt
yr 5 - 819 Ninurta-ubla  [of GN,] to Mannea
yr 6 - 818 Šamaš-ilāya  [of GN,] [to …]šumme
yr 7 - 817 Nergal-ilāya  governor of [Isana,] [to] Tille
yr 8 - 816 Aššur-būnāya-uṣur rab šāqê, to Tille
yr 9 - 815 Šarru-ḫattu-ipēl governor of Naṣibina, to Zarate
yr 10 - 814 Bēl-lū-balaṭ  turtānu, to Dêr; the Great God went to Dêr
yr 11 - 813 Mušekniš  governor of Habruri, to Ahsana
yr 12 - 812 Ninurta-ašarēd  governor of Raqmat, to Kaldu
yr 13 - 811 Šamaš-kūmūa  governor of Arrapha, to Babylon

ADAD-NERARI III (810-783 BC) 28 years (AKL) (AEC)
yr 1 - 810 Bēl-qātē-ṣabat  governor of Mazamua, in the land
yr 2 - 809 Adad-nērārī (III) king of Assyria, to Media
yr 3 - 808 Nergal-ilāya  turtānu, to Guzana
yr 4 - 807 Bēl-dān   nāgir ekalli, to Mannea
yr 5 - 806 Ṣil-bēli  rab šāqê, to Mannea
yr 6 - 805 Aššur-taklāk  masennu, to Arpad
yr 7 - 804 Ilu-issīya  governor of the land, to Hazazu
yr 8 - 803 Nergal-ēreš  governor of Raṣappa, to Baʾalu
yr 9 - 802 Aššur-balti-ekurri governor of Arrapha, to the Sea; plague
yr 10 - 801 Ninurta-ilāya  of Ahi-zuhina, to Hubushkia
yr 11 - 800 Šēp-Ištar  of Naṣibina, to Mannea
yr 12 - 799 Marduk-išmnni  of Amedi, to Mannea
yr 13 - 798 Mutakkil-Marduk  rab ša rēši, to Lušia
yr 14 - 797 Bēl-tarṣi-iluma  of Kalah, to Namri
yr 15 - 796 Aššur-bēlu-uṣur  of Habruri, to Manṣuate
yr 16 - 795 Marduk-šadûni  of Raqmat, to Dêr
yr 17 - 794 Mukīn-abūa  of Tushhan, to Dêr
yr 18 - 793 Mannu-kī-Aššur  of Guzana, to Media
yr 19 - 792 Mušallim-Ninurta of Tille, to Media
yr 20 - 791 Bēl-iqīšanni  of Šibhiniš, to Hubuškia
yr 21 - 790 Šēp-Šamaš  of Isana, to Ituʾa
yr 22 - 789 Ninurta-mukīn-aḫi of Nineveh, to Media
yr 23 - 788 Adad-mušammer  of Kilizi, to Media; foundation of Nabû temple in Nine[veh la]id
yr 24 - 787 Ṣil-Ištar  of Arbela, to Media; Nabû entered the new temple
yr 25 - 786 Nabû-šarru-uṣur  of Talmusa, to Kiski
yr 26 - 785 Adad-uballiṭ  of Tamnunna, to Hubushkia; the Great God went to Dêr
yr 27 - 784 Marduk-šarru-uṣur of Arbela, to Hubuškia
yr 28 - 783 Ninurta-nāṣir  of Zamua, to Ituʾa

SHALMANESER IV (782-773 BC) 10 years (AKL)
yr 1 - 782 Iluma-lē'I  of Naṣibina, to Ituʾa
yr 2 - 781 Šulmānu-ašarēd (IV) king of Assyria, to Urartu
yr 3 - 780 Šamšī-ilu  turtānu, to Urartu
yr 4 - 779 Marduk-rēmanni  rab šāqê, to Urartu
yr 5 - 778 Bēl-lēšer  nāgir ekalli, to Urartu
yr 6 - 777 Nabû-išdēya-kaʾʾin masennu, to Ituʾa
yr 7 - 776 Pān-Aššur-lāmur  governor of the land, to Urartu
yr 8 - 775 Nergal-ēreš  governor of Rasappa, to the cedar mountain
yr 9 - 774 Ištar-dūrī  governor of Naṣibina, to Namri
yr 10 - 773 Mannu-kī-Adad  governor of Raqmat, to Damascus

ASHUR-DAN III (772-755 BC) 18 years (AKL)
yr 1 - 772 Aššur-bēlu-uṣur  governor of Kalah, to Hatarikka
yr 2 - 771 Aššur-dān (III)  king of Assyria, to Gananati
yr 3 - 770 Šamšī-ilu  turtānu, to Marad
yr 4 - 769 Bēl-ilāya  of Arrapha, to Ituʾa
yr 5 - 768 Aplāya   of Zamua, in the land
yr 6 - 767 Qurdi-Aššur  of Ahizuhina, to Gananati
yr 7 - 766 Mušallim-Ninurta of Tille, to Media
yr 8 - 765 Ninurta-mukīn-nišī of Habruri, to Hatarikka; plague
yr 9 - 764 Ṣidqi-ilu  of Tušhan, in the land
yr 10 - 763 Bur-Saggilê  of Guzana, revolt in the citadel; in Siwan the sun had an eclipse
yr 11 - 762 Ṭāb-bēlu  of Amedi, revolt in the citadel
yr 12 - 761 Nabû-mukīn-aḫi  of Nineveh, revolt in Arrapha
yr 13 - 760 Lā-qīpu   of Kilizi, revolt in Arrapha
yr 14 - 759 Pān-Aššur-lāmur  of Arbela, revolt in Guzana; plague
yr 15 - 758 Ana-bēli-taklāk  of Isana, to Guzana; peace in the land
yr 16 - 757 Ninurta-iddin  of Kurbail, in the land
yr 17 - 756 Bēl-šadûa  of Tamnunna, in the land
yr 18 - 755 Iqīsu   of Shibhinish, to Hatarikka

ASHUR-NERARI V (754-745 BC) 10 years (AKL) (AEC)
yr 1 - 754 Ninurta-šēzibanni of Talmusa, to Arpad; return from Aššur
yr 2 - 753 Aššur-nērārī (V) king of Assyria, in the land
yr 3 - 752 Šamšī-ilu  turtānu, in the land
yr 4 - 751 Marduk-šallimanni nāgir ekalli, in the land
yr 5 - 750 Bēl-dān   rab šāqê, in the land
yr 6 - 749 Šamaš-kēnu-dugul masennu, to Namri
yr 7 - 748 Adad-bēlu-kaʾʾin governor of the land, to Namri
yr 8 - 747 Sîn-šallimanni  of Raṣappa, in the land
yr 9 - 746 Nergal-nāṣir  of Naṣibina, revolt in Kalah
yr 10 - 745 Nabû-bēlu-uṣur  of Arrapha, on 13th Ayar Tiglath-pileser took the throne; [in] Tešrit he went to Mesopotamia

TIGLATHPILESER III (744-727 BC) 18 years (AKL)
yr 1 - 744 Bēl-dān   of Kalah, to Namri
yr 2 - 743  Tukultī-apil-Ešarra (III) king of Assyria, in Arpad; defeat of Urartu
yr 3 - 742 Nabû-daʾʾinanni  tutānu, to Arpad
yr 4 - 741 Bēl-Ḫarrān-bēlu-uṣur nāgir ekalli, to Arpad, within three years taken
yr 5 - 740 Nabû-ēṭiranni  rab šāqê, to Arpad
yr 6 - 739 Sîn-taklāk  masennu, to Ulluba, Birtu captured
yr 7 - 738 Adad-bēlu-kaʾʾin governor of the land, Kullani conquered
yr 8 - 737 Bēl-ēmuranni  of Raṣappa, to Media
yr 9 - 736 Ninurta-ilāya  of Naṣibina, to the foot of Mount Nal
yr 10 - 735 Aššur-šallimanni of Arrapha, to Urartu
yr 11 - 734 Bēl-dān   of Kalah, to Philistia
yr 12 - 733 Aššur-daʾʾinanni of Mazamua, to Damascus
yr 13 - 732 Nabû-bēlu-uṣur  of Simme, to Damascus
yr 14 - 731 Nergal-uballiṭ  of Ahi-zuhina, to Šapiya
yr 15 - 730 Bēl-lū-dāri  of Tille, in the land
yr 16 - 729 Lipḫur-ilu  of Habruri, the king took the hands of Bēl
yr 17 - 728 Dūr-Aššur  of Tušhan, to Hi[…]; the king took the hands of Bēl
yr 18 - 727 Bēl-Ḫarrān-bēlu-uṣur of Guzana, to […]; [Šalman]eser (V) [sat on the throne]

SHALMANESER V (726-722 BC) 5 years (AKL)
yr 1 - 726 Marduk-bēlu-uṣur [of Ame]di i[n]
yr 2 - 725 Maḫdê   of Nineveh, to […]
yr 3 - 724 Aššur-išmanni  [of Kili]zi, to […]
yr 4 - 723 Šulmānu-ašarēd (V) king [of Assyria], t[o …]
yr 5 - 722 Ninurta-ilāya  turtānu, […]

SARGON II (721-705 BC)
yr 1 - 721 Nabû-tāriṣ  […] [to Hatt]i
yr 2 - 720 Aššur-nīrka-daʾʾin […]
yr 3 - 719 Šarru-kēn (II)  king of [Assyria], [ ent]ered […]
yr 4 - 718 Zēru-ibni  governor of Raṣappa, [to Ta]bal
yr 5 - 717 Ṭāb-šār-Aššur  masennu, [Dūr-Šarru]kīn founded
yr 6 - 716 Ṭāb-ṣil-Ešarra  governor of the citadel, [to] Mannea
y4 7 - 715 Taklāk-ana-bēli  governor of Naṣibina, […] governors appointed
yr 8 - 714 Ištar-dūrī  governor of Arrapha, [to Ur]artu, Musasir, Haldia
yr 9 - 713 Aššur-bāni  governor of Kalah, [the] nobles in Ellipa; [… ] entered his new house; [t]o Musasir
yr 10 - 712 Šarru-ēmuranni  governor of Zamua, in the land
yr 11 - 711 Ninurta-ālik-pāni governor of Simme, to Marʾaš
yr 12 - 710 Šamaš-bēlu-uṣur  governor of Arzuhina, to Bīt-Zēri; the king stayed in Kiš
yr 13 - 709 Mannu-kī-Aššur-lēʾi governor of Tille, Sargon took the hands of Bēl
yr 14 - 708 Šamaš-upaḫḫir  governor of Habruri, Kummuh conquered, governor appointed (var. nobles to Kummuh).
yr 15 - 707 Ša-Aššur-dubbu  governor of Tušhan, the king returned from Babylon; the chief vizier and the nobles, the booty of Dūr-Yākin carried off, Dūr-Yākin destroyed. On 22nd Tešrit, the gods of Dūr-Šarrukīn entered their temples
yr 16 - 706 Mutakkil-Aššur  governor of Guzana, the king (stayed) in the land; the noble […] in Karalla; on 6th Ayar, Dūr-Sharrukīn completed; […] received
yr 17 - 705 Nasḫur-bēl  governor of Amedi, the king […] against Qurdi the Kulummaean; the king was killed; the camp of the king of Assyria […]; on 12th Ab, Sennacherib [became] king

SENNACHERIB (704-681 BC)
yr 1 - 704 Nabû-dēnī-ēpuš  governor of Nineveh, t[o…] Larak, Sarabanu, […]; the palace of Kilizi was made; … in […]; the nobles against …[…]
yr 2 - 703 Nuḫšāya   governor of Kilizi, […]
yr 3 - 702 Nabû-lēʾi  governor of Arbela
yr 4 - 701 Ḫanānu   governor of Til-Barsip, from Halzi-… […]
yr 5 - 700 Metūnu   governor of Isana, [Aš]šur-nadin-shumi, son of [Sennacherib]; […] of the palace in the city […] great cedar logs […], alabaster in mount [Ammanana …] in Kapar-dargil, … to […], […] of the king … […]
yr 6 - 699 Bēl-šarrāni  governor of Kurbail
yr 7 - 698 Šulmu-šarri  governor of Halziatbar
yr 8 - 697 Nabû-dūru-uṣur  governor of Tamnunna
yr 9 - 696 Šulmu-bēli  governor of Talmusi
yr 10 - 695 Aššur-bēlu-uṣur  governor of Šahuppa/Kadmuhi
yr 11 - 694 Ilu-issīya  governor of Damascus
yr 12 - 693 Iddin-aḫḫē  of Dūr-Sharrukīn
yr 13 - 692 Zazāya   governor of Arpad
yr 14 - 691 Bēl-ēmuranni  governor of Karkemiš
yr 15 - 690 Nabû-kēnu-uṣur  governor of Samaria
yr 16 - 689 Giḫilu   governor of Hatarikka
yr 17 - 688 Iddin-aḫḫē  governor of Simirra
yr 18 - 687 Sîn-aḫḫē-erība  king of Assyria
yr 19 - 686 Bēl-ēmuranni  turtān imitti
yr 20 - 685 Aššur-daʾʾinanni of Que
yr 21 - 684 Manzernê  governor of Kullania
yr 22 - 683 Mannu-kī-Adad  of Supite
yr 23 - 682 Nabû-šarru-uṣur  governor of Marʾaš
yr 24 - 681 Nabû-aḫḫē-ēreš  governor of Samʾal

ESARHADDON (680-669 BC)
yr 1 - 680 Danānu   governor of Manṣuate
yr 2 - 679 Issi-Adad-anēnu  governor of Megiddo
yr 3 - 678 Nergal-šarru-uṣur rab šāqê
yr 4 - 677 Abī-rāmu  sukkallu
yr 5 - 676 Banbâ   sukkallu dannu / sukkallu šanū
yr 6 - 675 Nabû-aḫḫē-iddin  asennu (rabû)
yr 7 - 674 Šarru-nūrī  governor of Barhalzi
yr 8 - 673 Atar-ilu  governor of Lahira
yr 9 - 672 Nabû-bēlu-uṣur  governor of Dūr-Šarrukīn
yr 10 - 671 Kanūnāyu  sartennu
yr 11 - 670 Šulmu-bēli-lašme governor of Dêr
yr 12 - 669 Šamaš-kāšid-ayābi governor of Ašdod

ASHURBANIPAL (668-627 BC)
yr 1 - 668 Marlarim  turtānu Kummuhi
yr 2 - 667 Gabbaru   of Dūr-Sîn-ahhê-ēriba
yr 3 - 666 Kanūnāyu  governor of the new palace
yr 4 - 665 Mannu-kī-šarri  nāgir ekalli / rēš šarri
yr 5 - 664 Šarru-lū-dāri  governor of Dūr-Šarrukīn
yr 6 - 663 Bēl-naʾid  turtānu
yr 7 - 662 Ṭāb-šār-Sîn  governor of Raṣappa
               Ṭāb-ṣil-Sîn (Falkner 1954-56, AfO 17: 100-120)
yr 8 - 661 Arbaʾilāyu  masennu rabû
yr 9 - 660 Girṣapūnu
yr 10 - 659 Silim-Aššur  sukkallu šanū
yr 11 - 658 Ša-Nabû-šû  rēši
yr 12 - 657 Lābāši   rab kâri
yr 13 - 656 Milkī-rāmu  rab kaṣir
yr 14 - 655 Amyānu   governor of Que
yr 15 - 654 Aššur-nāṣir
yr 16 - 653 Aššur-ilāya  sukkallu dannu / sukkallu rabû
yr 17 - 652 Aššur-dūru-uṣur  governor of Barhalzi
yr 18 - 651 Sagabbu   governor of Harran
yr 19 - 650 Bēl-Ḫarrān-šadûa governor of Tyre
yr 20 - 649 Aḫu-ilāya  governor of Karkemiš

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