Tashlultum

Tashlultum (fl.‚ÄČca. late 24th-early 23rd centuries BCE) was a wife of King Sargon of Akkad. Her name is known to archaeology only from a single shard of an alabaster vase or bowl with an inscription indicating it was dedicated to the temple by her steward.[1]

Tashlultum
Spouse(s)Sargon of Akkad
ChildrenEnheduanna
Rimush
Manishtushu
Shu-Enlil
Ilaba'is-takal
RelativesNaram-Sin of Akkad (grandson)
Shar-Kali-Sharri (great-grandson)

From this, it has been assumed (for lack of any conflicting information) that she was queen of Akkad and the mother of Sargon's children Enheduanna, Rimush, Manishtushu, Shu-Enlil and Ilaba'is-takal.

References

  • Elisabeth Meier Tetlow (2004). Women, Crime, and Punishment in Ancient Law and Society: The ancient Near East. Continuum International Publishing Group. ISBN 978-0-8264-1628-5. Retrieved 29 July 2011.
  • Michael Roaf (1992). Mesopotamia and the ancient Near East. Stonehenge Press. ISBN 978-0-86706-681-4. Retrieved 29 July 2011.
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