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Attariššiya ? (Iasius Esret)

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Lineage Hanigalbat
Sex Male
Full name (at birth) Ashur-nirari I Iasius Esret
Other last names Esau
Other given names Едом, Исав, Lipit-Eshtar (Sumerian), Abdi-Tirshi (Amarna), Iardan (Gaelic), Ysav, Adomni (Greek), Edom (Red), Ishuwa (Kaskan), Ashur-nirari I (Assyrian)
Parents

Исаак [Семиты] b. about -1940

Beketamun (Rebekah) ? (Handmaid of Amun) [?] b. about -1585

Wiki-page wikipedia:Esau
[1]

Events

birth: King of Sumer

child birth: Raguil [Idumean]

child birth: Sunassura the Assyrian (Ashir, Asher) [Aseraph]

child birth: Иеус [Идумеи]

between -1529 and -1503 title: King of Assyria

about -1375 other: Welcomes the Kaskan Hayasa Azzi (Jacob Israel) and together they form a confederation of 12 Tribes.

Notes

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[|Iduniya] [| Ashur-Nirari I]

It is interesting to note that according to reconstructed genealogies derived from Hittite, Egyptian, and Gaelic sources, the two wives of Esau who are decended from the Canites (Canis of Sidhe, or Formoraigh) were Ada and Aholibamah. These were the wives to which Rebekah objected. In response... Esau chose additional wives from the lineage of his parents namely Bashemath and Mahalath, the daughters of his uncle Ismael in order to please his mother.

Scholars are divided on whether Bashemath and Mahalath were two persons or one. There are no recorded descendants of Mahalath, although Eliphas was the son of Bashemath.

The Kaskans under Hayasi-Azzi suffer the loss of their grain to locusts and migrate to the lands of Ishuwa (Esau). And set up a capital at [| Sapinuwa]. The Kaskans made Nenassa their frontier.

In the archaeological record of Sumer, Esau is mentioned as Lipit-Eshtar who inherited the throne of Isin from his Uncle and Father in Law Ishme-Dagan. The dating of the Sumerian records is problematic no doubt as the result of mixed age artifacts appearing in the same strata beneath and within the Shuppurak flood layer. [| Lipit-Eshtar]

According to Archaeological reconstruction of Assyrian King lists Ashur-Nirari I[Esau] appears as a son of Ishmael ibn Ibrahim, illustrating the lack of differentiation in Haningalbatese culture between actual sons and husband of one's daughter.

Sources

  1. James R. Court, Codex Collections from Mesopotamia and Asia Minor. Scholars Press, 1995. -

From grandparents to grandchildren

Grandparents
Haran
death: after -1760
Abraham
birth: estimated -2125, Ur
marriage: Keturah , w Sarai , Агарь
emigration: about -1965, Canaan
death: about -1450, Alalakh
Sarai
birth: about -2030
marriage: Abraham , Keturah , Агарь
death: about -1900, Hebron (Israel)
burial: Cave of Machpelah Hebron
Ammuna
death: before -1505
Bethuel ? (Paddanaram, Hittite - Early Empire)
residence: Paddan-aram
other: -1490, Luwia, Treaty with Hittite king Hantili II
Grandparents
Parents
Ishmael
birth: about -1580
marriage: Мерива
marriage: Малкут
death: -1450
Zimran ? (Biblical)
birth: about -1920
residence: Zabran, Arabia
Jokshan ? (Biblical)
birth: about -1920
Medan ? (Biblical)
birth: about -1920
Midian ? (Biblical)
birth: about -1920, Date is disputed
Beketamun (Rebekah) ? (Handmaid of Amun)
birth: about -1585
burial: Me'arat HaMachpela
Parents
 
== 3 ==
Ashur-nirari I Iasius Esret (Esau)
birth: King of Sumer
title: between -1529 and -1503, King of Assyria
other: about -1375, Welcomes the Kaskan Hayasa Azzi (Jacob Israel) and together they form a confederation of 12 Tribes.
== 3 ==
Children
Sunassura the Assyrian (Ashir, Asher)
birth: Scytha (Northern Idumea)
marriage:
religion: Cult of Potnia Theron (Phrygian Hera)
title: King of Edom
residence: Toris Cetnae
other: Great Seal of Phoenix
title: King of Assyria
other: between -1521 and -1497, contemporary of Burna-Buriash I
other: -1475, The Assyrians were annexed by the Hurrian Empire of Mitanni.
death: Scythia. The Uncle of Fenius was the King of Assyria. The King died without a male heir and the regency passed to his younger brother, the father of Fenius. Upon the death of his father Fenius and his elder son Nilus returned to Scythia where he assumed the throne
Raguil
residence: Moin Conan (Mount Caina) Iduniya, Northern Idumea
Children
Grandchildren
Grandchildren
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