Biography of King of Asiria Assur-bel-kala (1073-1056 a.C.)

(ASH-shur-in-ka-la or ASH-Ashur-bel-ka-la) Assyrian king of the Middle Empire, son of Tiglath-pileser I , and successor of Asharid-APAL-Ekur, who was his brother. The most significant of his eighteen year reign was the agreement and total peace that agreed with the Babylonian King Marduk-shapik-zeri-mati, so do fente developments of the Aramaeans, who had reached the vicinity of the imperial capital, Assur. The Babylonian King, Ashur-bel-kala dead managed to impose in Babylon as a King to a person of Aramaic origin, called Adad-apla-iddina, son of Esagil-shaduni, at the time who married the daughter of his protégé, the aforementioned Adad-apla-iddina. This motivated, as shown by the synchronous Chronicle, that mixed peoples of Assyria and Babylon. During his rule there was fight against Urartu and maintain constant troops in the Khabur Valley, which earned him great losses, according to their record. Some experts attributed the so-called broken Obelisk, interesting paper, found at Kuyunjik and now in the British Museum, which collects the story both of their campaigns and his grandfather, Assur-resha-ishi I. Ashur-bel-kala carried out restorations in temples and palaces at Assur and Nineveh. Our days has become the tomb and sarcophagus of limestone which contained his remains. On the throne his son, Eriba-Adad IIsucceeded him.