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Ibbi-Sipish or Ibbi-Zikir (ca. 23rd century BC) was the vizier of Ebla for king Ishar-Damu for 17 years. He was the son of his predecessor, Ibrium, who had been Ishar-Damu's vizier for 15 years. Ibbi-Sipish visited cities abroad, such as Kish.
(December 2017) 23rd century BC. Year Date Event 2253 BC: The last Hùng king of the Cấn line ended his rule of Văn Lang. 2252 BC:
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Gojoseon (c. 2333 BC – 108 BC) Akkadian Empire (c. 23rd century BC – c. 21st century BC) Babylon (1959 BC – c. 6th century BC; absorbed by Persian Empire) Mycenaean Greece (c. 1600 BC – c. 1100 BC) United Monarchy of Israel (c. 1050 BC- c. 930 BC); succeeded by the following two kingdoms: Kingdom of Israel (c. 930 BC- 722 BC; conquered ...
According to Abrahamic religious tradition, this was the era of the Patriarch Abraham (however, other datings include 19th century BC, and/or 17th century through 15th century BC) The Three Sovereigns and Five Emperors are to said to have ruled China during this time; Inventions, discoveries, introductions