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Tammaritu I, son of Urtak, was briefly (from 653-652 BCE) a ruler in the ancient kingdom of Elam, ruling after the beheading of his predecessor Teumman in 653. He ruled part of Elam while his brother, Ummanigash (son of Urtak), ruled another. * Ummanigash and Tammaritu acclaimed as rulers of Elam after the Battle of Tulliz. * The relief in the British Museum * Detail * Tongue removal and live flaying of Elamite chiefs after the Battle of Ulai, 653 BCE.

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  • Tammaritu I va ser rei d' una part d'Elam entre els anys 653 aC i 652 aC. El seu breu regnat es va iniciar després de la decapitació del seu predecessor Teumman l'any 653 aC. Urtak, el pare, havia governat Elam des del 675 aC al 664 aC, i quan va morir el va succeir Teumman, el seu nebot. Els dos fills van haver de fugir d'Elam per escapar de Teumman, i es van refugiar a Assíria, a Nínive. Segons sembla, Tammaritu I era el fill petit. Després de la mort de Teumman, el rei assiri Assurbanipal va dividir el regne d'Elam, i va posar al front de Madaktu amb el títol de "rei" a Humbannikaix, i a Tammaritu el va nomenar "rei" d'Hidali. Mentrestant Assurbanipal s'enfrontava al seu germà Xamaix-xuma-ukin, rei de Babilònia, que s'havia revoltat contra ell i Humbannikaix es va unir a la rebel·lió, enviant tropes en ajuda de Xamaix-xuma-ukin l'any 652 aC. El rei d'Assíria va derrotar al seu germà i a les forces elamites, i poc després, un home anomenat Tammaritu, que no era aquest, va ser posat al tron d'Elam. Els historiadors coneixen al nou rei amb el nom de Tammaritu II. (ca)
  • Tammaritu I, son of Urtak, was briefly (from 653-652 BCE) a ruler in the ancient kingdom of Elam, ruling after the beheading of his predecessor Teumman in 653. He ruled part of Elam while his brother, Ummanigash (son of Urtak), ruled another. Urtak, the father of Ummanigash and Tammaritu, had ruled Elam from 675 to 664, at which point he died and was succeeded by Teumman. When Teumman rose to power, Urtak's sons Ummanigash, Ummanappa, and Tammaritu escaped to Assyria in fear of Teumman, and lived under Assyrian protection at Nineveh. Based on his position in an Assyrian lists, Tammaritu was likely the a younger son of Urtak. The Assyrian Ashurbanipal, at the Battle of Ulai, killed Teumman, opennig the way for the rule of Tammaritu and Ummanigash. After the death of Teumman, the Assyrian king placed Ummanigash as "king" over the Elamite city of Madaktu, and his brother Tammaritu as "king" of Hidalu. Meanwhile, Ashurbanipal faced an attempt by his brother, Shamash-shum-ukin, king of Babylon, to take over the Assyrian Empire. Ummanigash joined this rebellion, sending soldiers to the aid of Shamash-shum-ukin in 652. The Elamite forces were defeated, and shortly thereafter an individual by the name of Tammaritu (not the brother of Teumman) came to power in Elam, likely as a result of the Elamite defeat. This successor of Ummanigash is known to modern history as Tammaritu II. * Ummanigash and Tammaritu acclaimed as rulers of Elam after the Battle of Tulliz. * The relief in the British Museum * Detail * Tongue removal and live flaying of Elamite chiefs after the Battle of Ulai, 653 BCE. (en)
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  • Tammaritu , son of Urtak, leading Assyrian troops against Teumman, king of Elam, at the Battle of Ulai. British Museum. (en)
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  • Tammaritu I (en)
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  • c. 653 - 652 BCE (en)
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  • Tammaritu I va ser rei d' una part d'Elam entre els anys 653 aC i 652 aC. El seu breu regnat es va iniciar després de la decapitació del seu predecessor Teumman l'any 653 aC. Urtak, el pare, havia governat Elam des del 675 aC al 664 aC, i quan va morir el va succeir Teumman, el seu nebot. Els dos fills van haver de fugir d'Elam per escapar de Teumman, i es van refugiar a Assíria, a Nínive. Segons sembla, Tammaritu I era el fill petit. (ca)
  • Tammaritu I, son of Urtak, was briefly (from 653-652 BCE) a ruler in the ancient kingdom of Elam, ruling after the beheading of his predecessor Teumman in 653. He ruled part of Elam while his brother, Ummanigash (son of Urtak), ruled another. * Ummanigash and Tammaritu acclaimed as rulers of Elam after the Battle of Tulliz. * The relief in the British Museum * Detail * Tongue removal and live flaying of Elamite chiefs after the Battle of Ulai, 653 BCE. (en)
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  • Tammaritu I (ca)
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  • Таммаріту I (uk)
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