(Ashur-na-sir-apli or HI-na-sir-A) Assyrian king, son of Tukulti-Ninurta I. According to the Assyrian Royal Chronicle, Assur-nasirpal is registered as Assur-nasir-apli versions C and P, and Ashur-nadin-apli versions A and B. According to the Chronicle of the Kings cassitas, Assur-nasirpal dethroned and then, in the company of the great of Assyria, he/she gave death to his father Tukulti-Ninurta I in the city of Kar-Tukulti-Ninurta (Tukul-Al'akir today). In any case, Assur-nasirpal had to remain on the throne just one year, since then it was moved by his brother Adad-nadin-apli. There is no asiriologos that identify a single person to Assur-nasirpal and Adad-nadin-apli.