Get Ammuna essential facts below. View Videos or join the Ammuna discussion. Add Ammuna to your topic list for future reference or share this resource on social media.
PredecessorZidanta I
SuccessorHuzziya I
King Huzziya I[1]
Parent(s)King Zidanta I[2]

Ammuna was a King of the Hittites[3] ca. 1486-1466 BC (short chronology timeline).[4] The land seems to have suffered badly during his reign, and he lost a considerable amount of territory.[5]



Ammuna was the son of the King Zidanta I[6] and grandson of Hantili I.[7] He killed his father to become a king and had a large family.[8]


A fragmentary chronicle of Ammuna's reign is known. The annals seem to indicate that Ammuna successfully plundered Ne?a, but was fighting it again soon after. He also seems to have fought against the city of ?attiwara and the city of ?uluki.

His successor was his son Huzziya I,[9] but he also had a daughter, I?tapariya.

External links


  1. ^ The Transjordanian Palimpsest: The Overwritten Texts of Personal Exile by Jeremy M. Hutton
  2. ^ Edict of Telipinu, §18
  3. ^ ?attu?a - Bo?azköy; Das Hethiterreich im Spannungsfeld des Alten Orients (szerk. Gernot Wilhelm), Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden
  4. ^ The Kingdom of the Hittites by Trevor Bryce. Online version.
  5. ^ Klengel, H. (1999). Geschichte des hethitischen Reichs, Leiden
  6. ^ Gwendolyn Leick, Who's Who in the Ancient Near East
  7. ^ Telepinu Proclamation, §13
  8. ^ Reign of Zidanta I Archived May 17, 2012, at the Wayback Machine
  9. ^ Pax Hethitica: Studies on the Hittites and Their Neighbours by Yoram Cohen, Amir Gilan, Jared L. Miller
Preceded by
Zidanta I
Hittite king
ca. 1486-1466 BC
Succeeded by
Huzziya I

  This article uses material from the Wikipedia page available here. It is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.



Music Scenes