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Adad-Nirari
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(Akkadian, “Adad is my helper”; also “Adad-narari”; Weidner, “Adadnirari,” 27). King of Assyria, 1305–1274 bc. Significant figure in the consolidation and expansion of the empire during the Middle Assyrian Period (14th to 13th century bc).
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Adad-Nirari I
Adad-Nirari I (Akkadian, “Adad is my helper”; also “Adad-narari”; Weidner, “Adadnirari,” 27). King of Assyria, 1305–1274 bc. Significant figure in the consolidation and expansion of the empire during the Middle Assyrian Period (14th to 13th century bc).
Adad-Nirari II
Adad-Nirari II (Akkadian, “Adad is my helper”; Weidner, “Adadnirari III,” 27). King of Assyria, 911–891 bc. Significant figure in the run-up to the Neo-Assyrian Empire (ninth to seventh centuries bc).
Adad-Nirari III
Adad-Nirari III The king of Assyria, 810–783 bc, who ruled at the onset of Assyria’s decline in power during the middle of the Neo-Assyrian Period (ninth to seventh centuries bc).