Column Identifiers -> A B C
Oldest: -1740 end end
A139
1740bc: Adasi was an Assyrian king, the last in a line of 7 kings designated by the Assyrian King
List as usurpers of the Assyrian throne, who reigned from 1720 - 1701 BC after the ejection of the
Amorite-ruled Babylonians from Assyria.
Adasi King-Of-Assyria
1740bc-1701bc
1723
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1740
Oldest: -1720 end
A138
1720bc: Adasi, a native king of Assyria, seizes power.
Bel-bani King-Of-Assyria
1720bc-1691bc
1693
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1720
Oldest: -1690 end
A137
1690bc: Libaya was a king of Assyria from 1690bc to 1674bc. He succeeded Bel-Bani in the Adaside
Dynasty which came to the fore after the ejection of the Babylonians and Amorites from Assyria.
Libaya King-Of-Assyria
1690bc-1625bc
1671
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1690
Oldest: -1670 end
A136
1670bc: Sarma-adad was the 50th king of Assyria and ruled for 12 years.
Sarma-adad King-Of-Assyria
1670bc-1614bc
1656
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1670
Oldest: -1655 end
A135
1655bc: Iptar-sin was the 51st Assyrian king according to the Assyrian King List.[i 1] He reigned
for 12 years some time during the 17th century BC.
Iptar-sin King-Of-Assyria
1655bc-1602bc
1641
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1655
Oldest: -1640 end
A134
1649bc: Bazaya, Bazaia or Bazaiu, inscribed mba-za-a-a and of uncertain meaning, was the ruler of
Assyria rather speculatively c. 1649-1622 BC, the 52nd listed on the Assyrian King List, succeeding
Iptar-Sin, to whom he was supposedly a great-uncle. He reigned for twenty-eight years and has left
no known inscriptions.
Bazaia King-Of-Assyria
1640bc-1602bc
1624
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1640
Oldest: -1625 end
A133
1625bc: Samsu-Ditana becomes King of Babylon (middle chronology).
Su-ninua King-Of-Assyria
1625bc-1554bc
1611
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1625
Oldest: -1610 end
A132
1600bc: The date of the earliest discovered rubber balls.
Erischum King-Of-Assyria
1610bc-1538bc
1594
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1610
Oldest: -1595 end
A131
1595bc: Mursili I, king of the Hittites, sacks Babylon. This brings an end to the rule of the descendants
of Hammurabi in that kingdom.
Shamshi-adad King-Of-Assyria
1595bc-1532bc
1580
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1595
Oldest: -1580 end
A130
1580bc: Actaeus, King of Athens, first King of Athens according to the Parian Chronicle succeeded
in the throne by Cecrops I.
Ishme-dagan King-Of-Assyria
1580bc-1516bc
1561
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1580
Oldest: -1560 end
A129
1557bc: Estimation: Memphis, capital of Lower Egypt becomes the largest city of the world, taking
the lead from Avaris, capital of the Hyksos in Egypt.
Ashur-nirari King-Of-Assyria
1560bc-1499bc
1542
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1560
Oldest: -1540 end
A128
1550bc: Stonehenge is built.
Puzur-assur King-Of-Assyria
1540bc-1479bc
1521
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1540
Oldest: -1520 end
A127
1522bc: Jacob migrates to Egypt, settling in the Land of Goshen, according to the Hebrew calendar.
Enlil-nasir King-Of-Assyria
1520bc-1466bc
1501
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1520
Oldest: -1500 end
A126
1504bc: Egypt conquers Nubia and the Levant (1504 BC-1492 BC).
Ashur-rabi King-Of-Assyria
1500bc-1435bc
1481
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1500
Oldest: -1480 end
A125
1487bc: Amphictyon, son of Deucalion and Pyrrha and legendary King of Athens, dies after a reign
of 10 years and is succeeded by Erichthonius I of Athens, a grandson of Cranaus.
Enlil-nasir King-Of-Assyria
1480bc-1414bc
1463
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1480
Oldest: -1460 end
A124
1469bc: In the Battle of Megiddo, Egypt defeats Canaan.
Ashur-nirari King-Of-Assyria
1460bc-1408bc
1442
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1460
Oldest: -1440 end
A123
1445bc: The book of Leviticus is written
Ashur-bel-nisheshu King-Of-Assyria
1440bc-1398bc
1414
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1440
Oldest: -1410 end
A122
1420bc: Incumbent Shahram from Persia declared his kingdom
Eriba-adad King-Of-Assyria
1410bc-1366bc
1391
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1410
Oldest: -1390 end
A121
1390bc: Pharaoh Amenhotep III (18th dynasty) starts to rule.
JohnDoe Prince-Of-Assyria
1390bc-1348bc
1363
bc
JaneDoe Princess-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1390
Oldest: -1360 end
A120
1366bc: Birth of Princess Tadukhipa to Tusratta, King of Mitanni and his Queen Juni. She will be
later married to Amenhotep III and after his death to his son and heir Amenhotep IV Akhenaton. She
is variously identified with Akhenaton's Queens Nefertiti and Kiya.
Nazi-bugas Prince-Of-Assyria
1360bc-1322bc
1333
bc
JaneDoe Princess-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1360
Oldest: -1330 end
A119
1336bc: Tutankhaten becomes Pharaoh of Egypt and marries Ankhesenpaaten, daughter and wife of his
predecessor Akhenaten
Qibi-assur King-Of-Mitanni
1330bc-1284bc
1302
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Mitanni
?-?
Youngest: -1330
Oldest: -1300 end
A118
1307bc: Adad-nirari I becomes king of Assyria
Assur-iddin King-Of-Mitanni
1300bc-1263bc
1274
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Mitanni
?-?
Youngest: -1300
Oldest: -1270 end
A117
1278bc: Ramesses II defeats the Shardana sea pirates.
Iii-pada King-Of-Mitanni
1270bc-1232bc
1245
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Mitanni
?-?
Youngest: -1270
Oldest: -1240 end
A116
1240bc: The wimble (a hand tool for boring holes) and lathe are invented.
Ninurta-apal-ekur King-Of-Assyria
1240bc-1180bc
1215
bc
JaneDoe Queen-Of-Assyria
?-?
Youngest: -1240
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2300000bc: Cooking with fire.

The Ninurta-apal-ekur Family


MapFileName: A139-116NinurtaJanedoe
Number of Couples: 24