Biography of King of Babilonia Enlil-nadin-shumi (1228-1227 a.C.)

(In-lil-na-din-shumi or in-lil-MU-MU) Twenty ninth King of the 3rd dynasty of Babylon (cassita), successor, according to the Babylonian Royal Chronicle, Kashtiliash IV. His short reign of one year and six months passed under the Assyrian influence, and was disturbed by the invasion of the Elamite King Kiten-KhutrĂ¡n , who, in addition to wrest several cities, ransacked temples (including the Edimgalkalamma) and deported numerous inhabitants. Isin, Nippur and Der decision were the cause of that was removed from power. On the throne was placed Kadashman-Kharbe II.