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- Diniktum, inscribed Di-ni-ik-tumKI, was a middle bronze-age town located somewhere in the lower Diyala region of Mesopotamia, on the Tigris river downstream...
- year [in which] Kadašman-Ḫarbe, the king, dug the canal of Diniktum”, is attested. Diniktum has tentatively been identified as Tell Muḥammad. Kadašman-Ḫarbe’s...
- (the city of) Hatti". (ordered from north to south) Eshnunna (Tell Asmar) Diniktum Tutub (Khafajah) Der (Tell Aqar, Durum?) Sippar (Tell Abu Habbah) Sippar-Amnanum...
- one of the patron deities, with the goddess Bēlit-ilī, of the city of Diniktum. Ningilin was conflated at an early date with Ningirima, a god of magic...
- Mesopotamia; the tablet includes a declaration of war against Dēr and Diniktum in retaliation for their evil deeds, a reminder to the king of Dēr about...
- Dadusha and nephew of Naram-Suen of Eshnunna. He conquered the cities of Diniktum and Rapiqum. With Ḫammu-rāpi of Babylon, and the Amorite king Shamshi-Adad...
- family in the Levant with the armies of Yamhad campaigning as far away as Diniktum in southern Mesopotamia next to Elam borders. Dynastic marriages pla****...
- against Der and its neighbor Diniktum, the tablet mentions the stationing of 500 Yamhadite warships for twelve years in Diniktum, and the Yamhadite military...
- Tablet Ni 3199: “The year Kadašman-Ḫarbe, the king, dug the canal of Diniktum; Tablet D85: “19th day of Šabatu, the year Kurigalzu built the Ekurigibara...
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