Lipit-Enlil


Lipit-Enlil

Lipit-Enlil est le huitième roi de la Ire dynastie d'Isin. Son règne, relativement court, est situé vers 1873-1869 av. J-C[1]. Son prédécesseur était Bur-Sîn (vers 1895-1874) et son successeur sera Erra-imitti (vers 1868-1861).

Notes et références

  1. Dictionnaire de la civilisation mésopotamienne, Sous la direction de Francis Joannès, Editions Robert Laffont (2001), p. 418.

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