King of Isin

Iddin-Dagan (Akkadian: Iddin-Dagān, inscribed di-din dda-gan; fl. c. 1910 BCE — c. 1890 BCE by the short chronology of the ancient Near East or c. 1975 BCE — c. 1954 BCE by the middle chronology) was the 3rd king of the dynasty of Isin. His son and successor was Ishme-Dagan.

A praise poem to Iddin-Dagān, King of Sumer. Cuneiform script inscribed on a clay hexagonal prism, currently located at the Musée du Louvre (dated to c. 1950 BCE.)


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