(reigned C. 1530 – C. 1500 B.C.)
   Listed as fourth king of the Kassite Dynasty in the Babylonian King List, son of Agum I Kakrime. According to later Assyrian chronicles, he made a treaty with the Assyrian king Puzur-Ashur III to determine the boundaries between Babylonia and Assyria.

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