4 edition of Chronology of the Larsa dynasty found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Larsa dynasty.|
|Statement||by Ettalene Mears Grice.|
|Series||Yale oriental series. Researches,, vol. iv, 1|
|LC Classifications||PJ4008 .G8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||19007741|
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The First Dynasty of Babylon List of Kings About the time the Nisin Dynasty came to a close, and while the Larsa Dynasty was ruling, the First Dynasty of Babylon was established. Following is a list of 11 rulers of this dynasty who ruled years: [Old Babylonian Period] Bible History . Genre/Form: History Sources Texts: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Grice, Ettalene Mears, Records from Ur and Larsa dated in the Larsa dynasty.
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Genre/Form: History Texts: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Grice, Ettalene Mears, Chronology of the Larsa dynasty. New York: AMS Press, [ History Texts Chronology: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Grice, Ettalene Mears, Chronology of the Larsa dynasty. New Haven, Yale University Press; [etc.] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ettalene Mears Grice.
Chronology of the Larsa Dynasty (Classic Reprint) [Ettalene Mears Grice] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excerpt from Chronology of the Larsa Dynasty The large amount of material in the Yale Babylonian Collection relative to the Larsa Dynasty suggested an Opportunity for bring ing together all that is knownAuthor: Ettalene Mears Grice, Clarence Elwood Keiser, Morris Jastrow.
The historical "Larsa" was already in existence as early as the reign of Eannatum of Lagash, who annexed it to his empire. The city became a political force during the Isin-Larsa the Third Dynasty of Ur collapsed c. BC, Ishbi-Erra, an official of Ibbi-Sin, the last king of the Ur III Dynasty, relocated to Isin and set up a government which purported to be the successor to Coordinates: 31°17′9″N 45°51′13″E.
Three dynasties are absent from the list: the Larsa dynasty, which vied for power with the (included) Isin dynasty during the Isin-Larsa period; and the two dynasties of Lagash, which respectively preceded and ensued the Akkadian Empire, when Lagash exercised considerable influence in the region. Lagash, in particular, is known directly from.
The Dynasty of Isin refers to the final ruling dynasty listed on the Sumerian King List (SKL). The list of the Kings Isin with the length of their reigns, also appears on a cuneiform document listing the kings of Ur and Isin, the List of Reigns of Kings of Ur and Isin (MS ).
The dynasty was situated within the ancient city of Isin (today known as the archaeological site of Ishan al. Larsa, one of the ancient capital cities of Babylonia, located about 20 miles (32 km) southeast of Uruk (Erech; Arabic Tall al-Warkāʾ), in southern Iraq.
Larsa was probably founded in prehistoric times, but the most prosperous period of the city coincided with an independent dynasty. The history of Mesopotamia ranges from the earliest human occupation in the Lower Sumaya period up to the Late history is pieced together from evidence retrieved from archaeological excavations and, after the introduction of writing in the late 4th millennium BC, an increasing amount of historical sources.
Abraham to the Isin-Larsa period is the fact that Abraham fought a coalition of four kings from the East during a period when each city-state had its own ruling dynasty of kings (see Genesis 14). This event had to have been at a time in Mesopotamian history when no individual dynasty had complete control over the region.
Ancient Babylonia - Larsa. Ancient city of S Babylonia, in modern Iraq, 30 miles NW of An Nasiriyah. It was the biblical Ellasar (Gen. When the last king of the third dynasty of Ur was overthrown ( B.C.) by the Elamites and Amorites, the cities of Isin and Larsa were rivals for hegemony in Mesopotamia.
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History of Mesopotamia - History of Sumer, Ubaid period, Uruk, Eridu, Sumerian King List, Epic of Gilgamesh, Lagash, Gudea, Larsa, Sargon of Akkad, Akkadian Empire, Third Dynasty of Ur, Gutian dynasty of Sumer, Amorite, Sumerian language, Sumerian/5(3).
The First Babylonian Empire, or Old Babylonian Empire, is dated to c. BC – c. BC, and comes after the end of Sumerian power with the destruction of the 3rd dynasty of Ur, and the subsequent Isin-Larsa chronology of the first dynasty of Babylonia is debated as there is a Babylonian King List A and a Babylonian King List B.
In this chronology, the regnal years of List. Ancient Babylonia - The First Dynasty of Babylon List of Kings About the time the Nisin Dynasty came to a close, and while the Larsa Dynasty was ruling, the First Dynasty of Babylon was established.
Following is a list of 11 rulers of this dynasty who ruled years: The First Dynasty of Babylon (List of Kings) Sumu-abum, 14 years. Dynasties of rulers at Isin, Larsa, and then Babylon gained, in succession, control over large portions of southern Mesopotamia. These cities have given their names to modern chronological periods: the Isin-Larsa period (ca.
– B.C.) and the Old Babylonian period (ca. – B.C.). The History of the Conquest of Egypt, North Africa and Spain, known as the Futūḥ Miṣr of Ibn Abd al-Ḥakam, edited from the Manuscripts in London, Paris and Leyden, by Charles C.
Torrey. Yale Oriental Series, Researches, vol. New Haven, Yale University Press, Chronology of the Larsa Dynasty, by Ettalene Mears Grice. Yale Oriental. Mesopotamian history: the basics. All absolute dates given below follow the Middle Chronology.
Reconstructing an absolute chronology, that is measuring the exact chronological distance to present time, is still problematic for ancient Mesopotamia. Several systems have been proposed, of which the "Middle Chronology" is the most frequently used. Get this from a library. Tradition and the poetics of innovation: Sumerian court literature of the Larsa dynasty (c.
BCE). [Nicole Maria Brisch]. シン・エリバムの子。紀元前年から紀元前年までラルサを支配していた。イシン第1王朝の ザンビア (イシン王) （英語版） と同時代の人物 。 年表では治世は5年で、2年目にピナラティムとナザルムを占領し、5年目には カザリュ （英語版） 、エラム、イシンとバビロンの.
History Sources Texts: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Grice, Ettalene Mears, Records from Ur and Larsa dated in the Larsa dynasty. New Haven, Yale University Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Ettalene Mears Grice.VI.
RESULTING CHRONOLOGY Relevant Fixed Points of Absolute Chronology Reckoning from Late Chronological Lists Astronomical Dating of the Hammurabi Dynasty and of the Third Dy nasty of Ur Connection of Datable Dynasties with Those in the King List Proper.
The Reign of Utu-hegal Gutium and Agade Table II.シン・イディナム（Sin-Iddinam）は、古代メソポタミアの都市国家・ラルサの王。. 略歴. ヌル・アダドの子。シン・イディナムは紀元前年から紀元前年まで、都市国家ラルサを支 .