Mut-ashkur, rey de Asiria (hacia 1740 a. C.).
Su sucesor fue un rey cuyo nombre nos ha llegado incompleto, probablemente Rimush.
Rey de Asiria
hacia 1740 a. C.
- Federico Lara Peinado, Diccionario Biográfico del Mundo Antiguo: Egipto y Próximo Oriente, Editorial Aldebarán (1998), ISBN 8488676425
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