Return to Assyrian Eponyms (limmu)

The Neo Assyrian Eponyms

Secondary sources

  • H. Baker, Post-Canonical Eponyms of the Neo-Assyrian Empire, Internet Project
  • Collective, The Prosopography of the Neo-Assyrian Empire, Vol. 1, Part. I, A. The Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project, Helsinki, 1998, especially p. xviii-xx for the post-canonical eponyms.
  • M. Falkner, “Die Eponymen der spätassyrischen Zeit,” Archiv für Orientforschung 17, p. 100-120, 1954-56.
  • A. Millard, The Eponyms of the Assyrian Empire 910-612 BC, SAAS II, The Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project, Helsinki, 1994, especially p. 55-62.
  • Assyria Eponym List of the ORACC Project
  • S. Parpola, “Sequence of post-canonical eponyms”, in K. Radner (ed.), The Prosopography of the Neo-Assyrian Empire, 1/I: A. Helsinki, 1998, p. xviii-xx.
  • J. Reade, “Assyrian eponyms, kings and pretenders, 648-605 BC,” Orientalia NS 67, 1998, p. 255-265.
  • R. Whiting, “The post-canonical and extra-canonical eponyms,” in A. Millard, The Eponyms of the Assyrian Empire, 910-612 BC. SAAS. II, The Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project, Helsinki, 1994, p. 72-78.


Primary sources: the Eponym Canon

Museum Number Millard’s Edition CDLI data Found at
K 04329 SAAS 2 A01 CDLI P395483 Nineveh
K 04388 SAAS 2 A02 CDLI P395522 Nineveh
K 04389 SAAS 2 A03 CDLI P395523 Nineveh
K 04390 SAAS 2 A04 CDLI P395524 Nineveh
BM 85-05-22, 121 SAAS 2 A05 X000005 Nineveh
Rm 0580 SAAS 2 A06 CDLI P424845 Nineveh
VAT 11254 + VAT 11257 + VAT 11259a + VAT 11276 SAAS 2 A07 CDLI P285503 Aššur
SU 52/150 SAAS 2 A08 CDLI P338365 Sultantepe
VAT 08249 SAAS 2 A09 CDLI P285502 Aššur
K 00051 SAAS 2 B01 CDLI P393730 Nineveh
K 03403 + 1881-02-04, 187 + 1895-04-06, 4 SAAS 2 B02 CDLI P394989 Nineveh
K 03202 SAAS 2 B03 CDLI P394868 Nineveh
Rm 2, 0097 SAAS 2 B04 CDLI P424937 Nineveh
BM 85-05-22, 526 SAAS 2 B05 X000015]] Nineveh
K 04446 SAAS 2 B06 CDLI P395555 Nineveh
K 10017 SAAS 2 B07 CDLI P398446 Nineveh
K 14183 SAAS 2 B08 CDLI P400671 Nineveh
K 14304 SAAS 2 B09 CDLI P400732 Nineveh
SU 52/018 + 52/018A + 52/021 + 52/333 + 52/227 SAAS 2 B10 CDLI P338364 Sultantepe
DT 142 SAAS 2 B11 CDLI P424508 Nineveh
Private collection SAAS 2 B12 X000012 Unknown

The basic sequence of the eponym holders for the ninth and eighth centuries BC is the following (Millard 1994, p. 11). Afterwards, this sequence is no more followed :

The king, turtānu, rab šāqê, nāgir ekalli, masennu, šakin māti, Raṣappa, Naṣibina, Arrapha, Kalhi, Raqmat, Māzamua, Ahizuhina, Habruri, Tille, Tušhan, Guzana, Amedi, Ninua, Isana, Kilizi, Arbail, Tamnuna, Talmusi, Kurbail, šibhiniš.

Neo Assyrian Eponym Canon

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Date Name Title, area or action
910 Adad-nērārī (II) king
909 Šeʾi-Aššur governor of Kilizi
908 Aššur-daʾʾinanni
907 Aššur-dēnī-amur
906 Barmu
905 Abī-[…]
904 Aššur-taklāk
903 Q[urdi-ili]ma?
902 …-inanni
901 Dūr-māti-Aššur
900 Illeqāyu
899 Ninuāyu
898 Likberu
897 Adad-aḫu-iddin šakin libbi-āli
896 Adad-dān
895 Ina-iliya-allak
894 Šamaš-abūa
893 Šamaš-bēlu-uṣur?
892 Nergal-zar[…]me?
891 Ṭāb-eṭēr-Aššur
890 Aššur-lā-kēnu-ubāša
889 Tukultī-Ninurta (II) king
888 Taklāk-ana-bēlīya
887 Abu-ilāya
886 Ilu-milkī
885 Naʾid-ilu
884 Yarî
883 Aššur-šēzibanni
882 Aššur-nāṣir-apli (II) king
881 Aššur-iddin
880 Miqti-adur
879 Ša-ilima-damqa
878 Dagan-bēlu-nāṣir
877 Ninurta-pīya-uṣur
876 Ninurta-bēlu-uṣur
875 Iššiak-Aššur-lilbur
874 Šamaš-upaḫḫir
873 Nergal-āpil-kūmūa rab ekallim, governor of Kalah
872 Qurdi-Aššur
871 Aššur-lēʾi
870 Aššur-natkil
869 Bēl-mudammiq
868 Dayān-Ninurta
867 Ištar-emūqāya governor of Tušhan
866 Šamaš-nūrī
865 Mannu-dān-ana-ili
864 Šamaš-bēlu-uṣur
863 Ninurta-ilāya
862 Ninurta-ēṭiranni
861 AššurNergal-ilāya
860 Nergal-nīrka-daʾʾin
859 Ṭāb-bēlu
858 Šarru-balti-nišī
858a 24 šanāti
857 Šulmānu-ašarēd king of Assyria
856 Aššur-bēlu-kaʾʾin turtānu, …[…]
855 Aššur-būnāya-uṣur rab šāqê, …[…]
854 Abī-ina-ekalli-lilbur nāgir ekalli
853 Dayān-Aššur turtānu
852 Šamaš-abūa governor of Nisibin
851 Šamaš-bēlu-uṣur governor of Kalah
850 Bel-būnāya nāgir ekalli
849 Ḫadi-lipūšu governor of Nairi
848 Nergal-ālik-pāni
847 Bur-Rammān
846 Ninurta-mukīn-nišī
845 Ninurta-nādin-šumi
844 Aššur-būnāya
843 Ṭāb-Ninurta
842 Taklāk-ana-šarri governor of Nemed-Ištar
841 Adad-rēmanni
840 ŠamašBēl-abūa [to the] cedar [mountain]
839 Šulmu-bēli-lāmur [of Arz]uhina, to Que
838 Ninurta-kibsī-uṣur of Raṣappa, to Malahi
837 Ninurta-ilāya [of Ahi]zuhina, to Danabi
836 Qurdi-Aššur [of] Raqmat, to Tabal
835 Šēp-šarri [of H]abruri, to Melid
834 Nergal-mudammiq [of N]ineveh, to Namri
833 Yaḫalu masennu rabû, to Que
832 Ulūlāyu [of Ki]lizi, to Que
831 Šarru-ḫattu-ipēl to Que; the Great God went from Dêr
830 Nergal-ilāya [of Is]ana, to Urartu
829 Ḫubāyu [of …]hi, to Unqi
828 Ilu-mukīn-aḫi [of …h]a, to Ulluba
827 Šulmānu-ašarēd (III) king of Assyria, to Mannea
826 Dayān-Aššur turtānu, revolt
825 Aššur-būnāya-uṣur [rab šāqê], revolt
824 Yaḫalu [rab šāqê], revolt
823 Bēl-būnāya [nāgir ekalli], revolt
823a [n] šanāti […] years Salmaneser, king of Assyria
822 Šamšī-Adad (V) king of Assyria, revolt
821 Yaḫalu [turtānu], revolt
820 Bēl-dān nāgir ekalli, revolt
819 Ninurta-ubla [of GN,] to Mannea
818 Šamaš-ilāya [of GN,] [to …]šumme
817 Nergal-ilāya governor of [Isana,] [to] Tille
816 Aššur-būnāya-uṣur rab šāqê, to Tille
815 Šarru-ḫattu-ipēl governor of Naṣibina, to Zarate
814 Bēl-lū-balaṭ turtānu, to Dêr; the Great God went to Dêr
813 Mušekniš governor of Habruri, to Ahsana
812 Ninurta-ašarēd governor of Raqmat, to Kaldu
811 Šamaš-kūmūa governor of Arrapha, to Babylon
810 Bēl-qātē-ṣabat governor of Mazamua, in the land
810a [n] šanāti […]
809 Adad-nērārī (III) king of Assyria, to Media
808 Nergal-ilāya turtānu, to Guzana
807 Bēl-dān nāgir ekalli, to Mannea
806 Ṣil-bēli rab šāqê, to Mannea
805 Aššur-taklāk masennu, to Arpad
804 Ilu-issīya governor of the land, to Hazazu
803 Nergal-ēreš governor of Raṣappa, to Baʾalu
802 Aššur-balti-ekurri governor of Arrapha, to the Sea; plague
801 Ninurta-ilāya of Ahi-zuhina, to Hubushkia
800 Šēp-Ištar of Naṣibina, to Mannea
799 Marduk-išmnni of Amedi, to Mannea
798 Mutakkil-Marduk rab ša rēši, to Lušia
797 Bēl-tarṣi-iluma of Kalah, to Namri
796 Aššur-bēlu-uṣur of Habruri, to Manṣuate
795 Marduk-šadûni of Raqmat, to Dêr
794 Mukīn-abūa of Tushhan, to Dêr
793 Mannu-kī-Aššur of Guzana, to Media
792 Mušallim-Ninurta of Tille, to Media
791 Bēl-iqīšanni of Šibhiniš, to Hubuškia
790 Šēp-Šamaš of Isana, to Ituʾa
789 Ninurta-mukīn-aḫi of Nineveh, to Media
788 Adad-mušammer of Kilizi, to Media; foundation of Nabû temple in Nine[veh la]id
787 Ṣil-Ištar of Arbela, to Media; Nabû entered the new temple
786 Nabû-šarru-uṣur of Talmusa, to Kiski
785 Adad-uballiṭ of Tamnunna, to Hubushkia; the Great God went to Dêr
784 Marduk-šarru-uṣur of Arbela, to Hubuškia
783 Ninurta-nāṣir of Zamua, to Ituʾa
782 Iluma-lē'I of Naṣibina, to Ituʾa
782a 28 šanāti Adad-nērārī 28 years, Adad-nerari, king of Assyria
781 Šulmānu-ašarēd (IV) king of Assyria, to Urartu
780 Šamšī-ilu turtānu, to Urartu
779 Marduk-rēmanni rab šāqê, to Urartu
778 Bēl-lēšer nāgir ekalli, to Urartu
777 Nabû-išdēya-kaʾʾin masennu, to Ituʾa
776 Pān-Aššur-lāmur governor of the land, to Urartu
775 Nergal-ēreš governor of Rasappa, to the cedar mountain
774 Ištar-dūrī governor of Naṣibina, to Namri
773 Mannu-kī-Adad governor of Raqmat, to Damascus
772 Aššur-bēlu-uṣur governor of Kalah, to Hatarikka
772a [n] šanāti […] years, Salmaneser, king of Assyria
771 Aššur-dān (III) king of Assyria, to Gananati
770 Šamšī-ilu turtānu, to Marad
769 Bēl-ilāya of Arrapha, to Ituʾa
768 Aplāya of Zamua, in the land
767 Qurdi-Aššur of Ahizuhina, to Gananati
766 Mušallim-Ninurta of Tille, to Media
765 Ninurta-mukīn-nišī of Habruri, to Hatarikka; plague
764 Ṣidqi-ilu of Tušhan, in the land
763 Bur-Saggilê of Guzana, revolt in the citadel; in Siwan the sun had an eclipse
762 Ṭāb-bēlu of Amedi, revolt in the citadel
761 Nabû-mukīn-aḫi of Nineveh, revolt in Arrapha
760 Lā-qīpu of Kilizi, revolt in Arrapha
759 Pān-Aššur-lāmur of Arbela, revolt in Guzana; plague
758 Ana-bēli-taklāk of Isana, to Guzana; peace in the land
757 Ninurta-iddin of Kurbail, in the land
756 Bēl-šadûa of Tamnunna, in the land
755 Iqīsu of Shibhinish, to Hatarikka
754 Ninurta-šēzibanni of Talmusa, to Arpad; return from Aššur
753 Aššur-nērārī (V) king of Assyria, in the land
752 Šamšī-ilu turtānu, in the land
751 Marduk-šallimanni nāgir ekalli, in the land
750 Bēl-dān rab šāqê, in the land
749 Šamaš-kēnu-dugul masennu, to Namri
748 Adad-bēlu-kaʾʾin governor of the land, to Namri
747 Sîn-šallimanni of Raṣappa, in the land
746 Nergal-nāṣir of Naṣibina, revolt in Kalah
745 Nabû-bēlu-uṣur of Arrapha, on 13th Ayar Tiglath-pileser took the throne; [in] Tešrit he went to Mesopotamia
744 Bēl-dān of Kalah, to Namri
744a 10 šanāti [Aššur-nērārī] king of Assyria
743 Tukultī-apil-Ešarra (III) king of Assyria, in Arpad; defeat of Urartu
742 Nabû-daʾʾinanni tutānu, to Arpad
741 Bēl-Ḫarrān-bēlu-uṣur nāgir ekalli, to Arpad, within three years taken
740 Nabû-ēṭiranni rab šāqê, to Arpad
739 Sîn-taklāk masennu, to Ulluba, Birtu captured
738 Adad-bēlu-kaʾʾin governor of the land, Kullani conquered
737 Bēl-ēmuranni of Raṣappa, to Media
736 Ninurta-ilāya of Naṣibina, to the foot of Mount Nal
735 Aššur-šallimanni of Arrapha, to Urartu
734 Bēl-dān of Kalah, to Philistia
733 Aššur-daʾʾinanni of Mazamua, to Damascus
732 Nabû-bēlu-uṣur of Simme, to Damascus
731 Nergal-uballiṭ of Ahi-zuhina, to Šapiya
730 Bēl-lū-dāri of Tille, in the land
729 Lipḫur-ilu of Habruri, the king took the hands of Bēl
728 Dūr-Aššur of Tušhan, to Hi[…]; the king took the hands of Bēl
727 Bēl-Ḫarrān-bēlu-uṣur of Guzana, to […]; [Šalman]eser (V) [sat on the throne]
726 Marduk-bēlu-uṣur [of Ame]di i[n]
725 Maḫdê of Nineveh, to […]
724 Aššur-išmanni [of Kili]zi, to […]
724a [n] šanāti
723 Šulmānu-ašarēd (V) king [of Assyria], t[o …]
722 Ninurta-ilāya turtānu, […]
721 Nabû-tāriṣ […] [to Hatt]i
720 Aššur-nīrka-daʾʾin […]
720a [n] šanāti
719 Šarru-kēn (II) king of [Assyria], [ ent]ered […]
718 Zēru-ibni governor of Raṣappa, [to Ta]bal
717 Ṭāb-šār-Aššur masennu, [Dūr-Šarru]kīn founded
716 Ṭāb-ṣil-Ešarra governor of the citadel, [to] Mannea
715 Taklāk-ana-bēli governor of Naṣibina, […] governors appointed
714 Ištar-dūrī governor of Arrapha, [to Ur]artu, Musasir, Haldia
713 Aššur-bāni governor of Kalah, [the] nobles in Ellipa; [… ] entered his new house; [t]o Musasir
712 Šarru-ēmuranni governor of Zamua, in the land
711 Ninurta-ālik-pāni governor of Simme, to Marʾaš
710 Šamaš-bēlu-uṣur governor of Arzuhina, to Bīt-Zēri; the king stayed in Kiš
709 Mannu-kī-Aššur-lēʾi governor of Tille, Sargon took the hands of Bēl
708 Šamaš-upaḫḫir governor of Habruri, Kummuh conquered, governor appointed (var. nobles to Kummuh).
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
706 Mutakkil-Aššur governor of Guzana, the king (stayed) in the land; the noble […] in Karalla; on 6th Ayar, Dūr-Sharrukīn completed; […] received
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
704 Nabû-dēnī-ēpuš governor of Nineveh, t[o…] Larak, Sarabanu, […]; the palace of Kilizi was made; … in […]; the nobles against …[…]
703 Nuḫšāya governor of Kilizi, […]
702 Nabû-lēʾi governor of Arbela
701 Ḫanānu governor of Til-Barsip, from Halzi-… […]
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[i], … to […], […] of the king … […]
699 Bēl-šarrāni governor of Kurbail
698 Šulmu-šarri governor of Halziatbar
697 Nabû-dūru-uṣur governor of Tamnunna
696 Šulmu-bēli governor of Talmusi
695 Aššur-bēlu-uṣur governor of Šahuppa/Kadmuhi
694 Ilu-issīya governor of Damascus
693 Iddin-aḫḫē of Dūr-Sharrukīn
692 Zazāya governor of Arpad
691 Bēl-ēmuranni governor of Karkemiš
690 Nabû-kēnu-uṣur governor of Samaria
689 Giḫilu governor of Hatarikka
688 Iddin-aḫḫē governor of Simirra
687 Sîn-aḫḫē-erība king of Assyria
686 Bēl-ēmuranni turtān imitti
685 Aššur-daʾʾinanni of Que
684 Manzernê governor of Kullania
683 Mannu-kī-Adad of Supite
682 Nabû-šarru-uṣur governor of Marʾaš
681 Nabû-aḫḫē-ēreš governor of Samʾal
680 Danānu governor of Manṣuate
679 Issi-Adad-anēnu governor of Megiddo
678 Nergal-šarru-uṣur rab šāqê
677 Abī-rāmu sukkallu
676 Banbâ sukkallu dannu / sukkallu šanū
675 Nabû-aḫḫē-iddin asennu (rabû)
674 Šarru-nūrī governor of Barhalzi
673 Atar-ilu governor of Lahira
672 Nabû-bēlu-uṣur governor of Dūr-Šarrukīn
671 Kanūnāyu sartennu
670 Šulmu-bēli-lašme governor of Dêr
669 Šamaš-kāšid-ayābi governor of Ašdod
668 Marlarim turtānu Kummuhi
667 Gabbaru of Dūr-Sîn-ahhê-ēriba
666 Kanūnāyu governor of the new palace
665 Mannu-kī-šarri nāgir ekalli / rēš šarri
664 Šarru-lū-dāri governor of Dūr-Šarrukīn
663 Bēl-naʾid turtānu
662 Ṭāb-šār-Sîn governor of Raṣappa
Ṭāb-ṣil-Sîn (Falkner 1954-56, AfO 17: 100-120)
661 Arbaʾilāyu masennu rabû
660 Girṣapūnu
659 Silim-Aššur sukkallu šanū
658 Ša-Nabû-šû rēši
657 Lābāši rab kâri
656 Milkī-rāmu rab kaṣir
655 Amyānu governor of Que
654 Aššur-nāṣir
653 Aššur-ilāya sukkallu dannu / sukkallu rabû
652 Aššur-dūru-uṣur governor of Barhalzi
651 Sagabbu governor of Harran
650 Bēl-Ḫarrān-šadûa governor of Tyre
649 Aḫu-ilāya governor of Karkemiš

Post Canonical eponyms, from Aššurbanipal onwards

Order of the eponyms may vary from an author to another. Each author’s name is written after the eponym’s one: Falkner (1954-56), Parpola (1998) and Reade (1998).
The present table follows the work of H. Baker:

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648 Belšunu Belšunu
647 Nabû-daʾʾinanni (Falkner) Que
647 "Nabû-nādin-ahi (Parpola, Reade)" Kār- Šulmānu-ašarēd
646 Nabû-šar-ahhêšu Samaria
645 Nabû-šarru-uṣur (Falkner) rab ša rēši
645 Šamaš-daʾʾinanni (Parpola) Babylon
645 Nabû-daʾʾinnani (Reade) Que
644 Marduk-remanni (Falkner) Kilizi
644 Nabû-šarru-uṣur (Parpola) rab ša rēši
644 Šamaš-daʾʾinanni (Reade) Babylon
643 "Aššur-šarru-uṣur (Falkner, Parpola)" Maraš
643 Nabû-šarru-uṣur (Reade) rab ša rēši
642 Mušallim-Aššur (Falkner) Alihi
642 Nabû-daʾʾinanni (Parpola) Que
642 Šarru-metu-uballiṭ (Reade) Māzamua
641 Aššur-gimilli-tere (Falkner) "great treasurer, chief fuller"
641 Aššur-garuʾa-nere (Parpola) rab šāqê
641 Aššur-šarru-uṣur (Reade) Maraš
640 Zababa-ēriba (Falkner)
640 Šarru-metu-uballiṭ (Parpola) Māzamua
640 Aššur-garuʾa-nere (Reade) rab šāqê
639 Sîn-šarru-uṣur (Falkner) Nineveh or Hindānu?
639 Mušallim-Aššur (Parpola) Alihi
639 Bulluṭu (Reade) chief singer
638 Bēlu-lū-dāri (Falkner)
638 Aššur-gimilli-tere "great treasurer, chief fuller"
638 Upaqa-ana-Arbail (Reade)
637 Šarru-metu-uballiṭ (Falkner) Māzamua
637 Zababa-ēriba (Parpola)
637 Mušallim-Aššur (Reade) Alihi
636 Šamaš-daʾʾinanni (Falkner) Babylon
636 Marduk-šarru-uṣur (Falkner too) Que
636 Sîn-šarru-uṣur (Parpola) Hindānu
636 Aššur-gimilli-tere (Reade) "great treasurer, chief fuller"
635 Aššur-garuʾa-nere (Falkner) rab šāqê
635 Bēlu-lū-dāri (Parpola)
635 Zababa-ēriba (Reade)
634 Nabû-nādin-ahi (Falkner) Kār- Šulmānu-ašarēd
634 Bulluṭu (Parpola) chief singer
634 Sîn-šarru-uṣur (Reade) Hindānu
633 Aššurbanipal (Falkner) king
633 Upaqa-ana-Arbail (Parpola)
633 Bēlu-lū-dāri (Reade)
632 Bulluṭu (Falkner) chief singer
632 Ṭab-ṣil-Sîn (Parpola)
632 Adad-remanni (Reade)
631 Upaqa-ana-Arbail (Falkner)
631 Adad-remanni (Parpola)
631 Marduk-šarru-uṣur (Reade) Que
630 Adad-remanni (Falkner)
630 Ṣalmu-šarri-iqbi (Parpola) "Commagene, turtānu"
630 Bēl-šaddûʾa (Reade)

Post Canonical eponyms of Aššur-etēl-ilāni and Sîn-šarru-iškun’s reigns

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629Bēl-šarru-nāʾid (Falkner)great treasurer
629Nabû-šarru-uṣur (Parpola)Palace scribe (« later »)
629Nabû-sakip (Reade)Lahiru
628Nabû-sakip (Falkner)Lahiru
628after Nabû-šarru-uṣur (Parpola)-
628Sîn-šarru-uṣur arkû / (Reade)-
628Sîn-šarru-uṣur / (Reade too)palace scribe
628Nūr-ṣalam-ṣarpi(?) (Reade too)-
627Mannu-kī-ahhê (Falkner)Simyra
627Sîn-ahu-uṣur arkû (Falkner too)-
627Marduk-šarru-uṣur (Parpola)Que
627Kanunaiu (Reade)Dūr-Šarrukīn
626Nabû-šarru-uṣur (Falkner)palace scribe (« later »)
626Marduk-remanni (Parpola)Kilizi
626Iqbi-ilu/ilāni (Parpola too)-
626Aššur-mātu-taqqin (Reade)(U)pummu
625after Nabû-šarru-uṣur (Falkner)
625Sîn-šarru-uṣur (Parpola)palace scribe
625Sîn-šumu-ibni (Parpola too)Nineveh
625Aššur-remanni (Reade)rab ša rēši of the crown prince
624Aššur-mātu-taqqin (Falkner)(U)pummu
624Kanunaiu (Parpola)Dūr-Šarrukīn
624Nabû-šarru-uṣurpalace scribe (« later »)
623Ṣalmu-šarri-iqbi (Falkner, Reade)Commagene, turtānu
623Aššur-mātu-taqqin (Parpola)(U)pummu
622Sîn-šarru-uṣur (Falkner)palace scribe
622Daddî (Parpola, Reade)(great) treasurer
621Aššur-remanni (Falkner)rab ša rēši of the crown prince
621Bēl-iqbi (Falkner)Tušhan / Bīt-Zamāni
621Bēl-ahu-uṣur (Reade)palace overseer
620Daddî (Falkner)(great) treasurer
620Saʾilu (Parpola, Reade)chief cook
619Bēl-ahhu-uṣur (Falkner)palace overseer
619Mannu-kī-ahhê (Parpola)Simyra (hapax Nineveh)
619Bēl-iqbi (Reade)Tušhan / Bīt-Zamāni
618Saʾilu (Falkner)chief cook
618Nabû-sakip (Parpola)Lahiru
618Iqbi-ilu/ilāni (Reade)-
617Nabû-tapputi-alik (Falkner)rab ša rēši
617Aššur-remanni (Parpola)rab ša rēši of the crown prince
617Sîn-ālik-pāni (Reade)masennu
616Bēl-iqbi (Falkner)Tušhan / Bīt-Zamāni
616Bēl-ahu-uṣur (Parpola)palace overseer
616Nabû-tapputi-alik (Reade)rab ša rēši (= Pašî)
615Iqbi-ilu/ilāni (Falkner)
615Sîn-ālik-pāni (Falkner too)masennu
615Sîn-ālik-pāni (Parpola)masennu
615Šamaš-šarru-ibni (Reade)turtānu
614Sîn-kenu-ide (Falkner)-
614Pašî (Parpola)-
614Sîn-šarru-uṣur (Reade)governor of Nineveh
613Šamaš-šarru-ibni (Falkner)turtānu
613Nabû-tapputi-ālik (Parpola)rab ša rēši
613Marduk-remanni (Reade)Kilizi
612Nabû-mār-šarri-uṣur (Falkner)turtānu

Eponyms after the fall of Nineveh

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Date Name Title, area or action
611 / (Falkner)
Nabû-mār-šarri-uṣur (Parpola) turtānu
/ (Reade)
610 / (Falkner)
Nabû-šarru-uṣur (Parpola) chief judge
/ (Reade)
609 / (Falkner)
Gargamisaiu (Parpola)
/ (Reade)


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