Biography of King of Babilonia Apil-Sin (1830-1813 a.C.)

(A-pil-Sin or A-pil-EN.ZU) Fourth King of the first dynasty of Babylon (amorrean dynasty), son and successor of Sabium. Although Apil-Sin is cited in the dynastic Chronicles and in the actual list Babylonian B, of this King have not reached own inscriptions, although there are references to events which served for dating their years of reign, focused on the construction of temples and canals. To his death the throne passed to your child without-muballit.