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Sargon I (also transcribed as Šarru-kīn I and Sharru-ken I) was the king (Išši’ak Aššur, "Steward of Assur") of the Old Assyrian Empire from c. 1920 BC — c. 1881 BC. On the Assyrian King List, Sargon appears as the son and successor of Ikunum, and the father and predecessor of Puzur-Ashur II. The name “Sargon” means “the king is legitimate” in the Akkadian language. Sargon I might have been named after Sargon of Akkad, perhaps reflecting the extent to which Sargon I identified with the prestigious Dynasty of Akkad.

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  • Sargon I (also transcribed as Šarru-kīn I and Sharru-ken I) was the king (Išši’ak Aššur, "Steward of Assur") of the Old Assyrian Empire from c. 1920 BC — c. 1881 BC. On the Assyrian King List, Sargon appears as the son and successor of Ikunum, and the father and predecessor of Puzur-Ashur II. The name “Sargon” means “the king is legitimate” in the Akkadian language. Sargon I might have been named after Sargon of Akkad, perhaps reflecting the extent to which Sargon I identified with the prestigious Dynasty of Akkad.
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  • Sargon I (also transcribed as Šarru-kīn I and Sharru-ken I) was the king (Išši’ak Aššur, "Steward of Assur") of the Old Assyrian Empire from c. 1920 BC — c. 1881 BC. On the Assyrian King List, Sargon appears as the son and successor of Ikunum, and the father and predecessor of Puzur-Ashur II. The name “Sargon” means “the king is legitimate” in the Akkadian language. Sargon I might have been named after Sargon of Akkad, perhaps reflecting the extent to which Sargon I identified with the prestigious Dynasty of Akkad. Sargon I is known for his work refortifying Assur. Very little is otherwise known about Sargon I. The following is a list of the 41 annually-elected limmu officials from the year of accession of Sargon I until the year of his death. Dates are based on a date of 1833 BC for the solar eclipse recorded in the limmu of Puzur-Ishtar: 1905 BC Irišum son of Iddin-Aššur1904 BC Aššur-malik son of Agatum1903 BC Aššur-malik son of Enania1902 BC Ibisua son of Suen-nada1901 BC Bazia son of Bal-Tutu1900 BC Puzur-Ištar son of Sabasia 1899 BC Pišaḫ-Ili son of Adin1898 BC Asqudum son of Lapiqum1897 BC Ili-pilaḫ son of Damqum 1896 BC Qulali1895 BC Susaya1894 BC Amaya the Weaponer1893 BC Ipḫurum son of Ili-ellat1892 BC Kudanum son of Laqipum1891 BC Ili-bani son of Ikunum1890 BC Šu-Kubum son of Susaya1889 BC Quqidi son of Amur-Aššur1888 BC Abia son of Nur-Suen1887 BC Šu-Ištar son of Šukutum1886 BC Bazia son of Šepa-lim1885 BC Šu-Ištar son of Ikunum, the starlike (kakkabanum)1884 BC Abia son of Šu-Dagan1883 BC Salia son of Šabakuranum1882 BC Ibni-Adad son of Baqqunum1881 BC Aḫmarši son of Malkum-išar1880 BC Sukkalia son of Minanum1879 BC Iddin-Aššur son of Kubidi1878 BC Šudaya son of Ennanum1877 BC Al-ṭab son of Pilaḫ-Aššur1876 BC Aššur-dammiq son of Abarsisum1875 BC Puzur-Niraḫ son of Puzur-Suen1874 BC Amur-Aššur son of Karria1873 BC Buzuzu son of Ibbi-Suen1872 BC Šu-Ḫubur son of Elali1871 BC Ilšu-rabi son of Bazia1870 BC Alaḫum son of Inaḫ-ili1869 BC Ṭab-Aššur son of Suḫarum1868 BC Elali son of Ikunum1867 BC Iddin-abum son of Narbitum1866 BC Adad-bani son of Iddin-Aššur1865 BC Aššur-iddin son of Šuli
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