Biography of King of Asiria Assur-rim-nisheshu (1409-1401 a.C.)

(ASH-shur-RAM-a-shu) Assyrian king of the Empire, successor to his father, Ashur-bel-nisheshu, who very probably dethroned. His reign coincided with a period of political weakness, since Assyria was submitted, at least nominally, to Mitanni. This Assyrian king remains an inscription indicating that you rebuilt the great wall of the Assyrian capital, Assur. Upon his death his son succeeded him Ashur-nadin-ahhe II.