En-an-na-túm I (Sumerian: 𒂗𒀭𒈾𒁺, EN.AN.NA-tum2) succeeded his brother E-anna-tum as king of Lagash. During his rule, Umma once more asserted independence under Ur-Lumma, who attacked Lagash unsuccessfully. Ur-Lumma was replaced by a priest-king, Illi, who also attacked Lagash.
|King of Lagash|
The name of Enannatum I, ruler or king of Lagash is mentioned in this inscribed cuneiform text. Detail of a stone plaque. Circa 2420 BCE. From Girsu, Iraq. The British Museum, London
|Reign||c. 2450 BC|