TUMMAL CHRONICLE
   An Old Babylonian chronicle that lists kings who contributed to the rebuilding of the Tummal, the temple of Ninlil at Nippur. The account begins with the Early Dynastic king Mebaragesi of Kish.

Historical Dictionary of Mesopotamia. . 2012.

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  • Enmebaragesi — ( Me Baragesi , En Men Barage Si , Enmebaragisi , fl. ca. 2600 BC) was a king of Kish, according to the Sumerian king list. The list states that he subdued Elam, reigned 900 years, and was captured single handedly by Dumuzid the fisherman of Uruk …   Wikipedia

  • Aga of Kish — Aga is listed on the Sumerian king list as the last king in the first Dynasty of Kish.Aga is also mentioned in the Epic of Gilgamesh as having besieged Uruk. The Gilgamesh epic, the Sumerian king list, and the Tummal Chronicle [cite web |url=http …   Wikipedia

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