The 23rd century BC was a century which lasted from the year 2300 BC to 2201 BC. Events [ edit ] Ruins of the pyramid complex of Pepi II, possibly the longest reigning monarch in recorded history
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The Assyrian King List mentions rulers going back to the 23rd and 22nd century BC. The earliest king named Tudiya , who was a contemporary of Ibrium of Ebla , appears to have lived in the mid-23rd century BC, according to the king list.
Early commentators dated Hammurabi and the stele to the 23rd century BC. However, this is an earlier estimate than even the "ultra-long chronology" would support. The Code was compiled near the end of Hammurabi's reign (1792–1750 BC). This was deduced partly from the list of his achievements in the prologue.
Akkadian texts are attested from the 24th century BC onward and make up the bulk of the cuneiform record. Akkadian cuneiform was itself adapted to write the Hittite language sometime around the 17th century BC. The other languages with significant cuneiform corpora are Eblaite, Elamite, Hurrian, Luwian, and Urartian.