Biography of King of Babilonia Ammi-ditana (1683-1647 a.C.)

(Am-mi-di-ta-na) Ninth King of the first dynasty of Babylon (amorrean dynasty), son and successor of Abi-eshukh. Ammi-ditana, collected in the Babylonian Royal Chronicle and other real lists, conquered Der and other territories lost in times of Samsu-iluna, fortified areas, restored the walls of Babylon and filled canals. There was, however, share the domain of southern Mesopotamia with some Kings, components of the second dynasty of Babylon (I dynasty of the country of the sea), including Damiq-Ilishu, who could take the city of Isin, then destroying its ramparts. He/She was succeeded on the throne by Ammi-saduqa.