2100 BC - 2060 BC

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Ishbi-Erra (Akkadian: 𒀭𒅖𒁉𒀴𒊏 Išbi-erra, name was written phonetically in cuneiform: diš-bi-ir₃-ra, in contemporary inscriptions; fl. c. 1953 BC — c. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ishbi-Erra has received more than 31,453 page views. His biography is available in 23 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 22 in 2019). Ishbi-Erra is the 5,434th most popular politician (down from 5,064th in 2019), the 137th most popular biography from Iraq (down from 120th in 2019) and the 85th most popular Iraqi Politician.

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  • 23

    Languages Editions (L)

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  • 1.82

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Among politicians, Ishbi-Erra ranks 5,434 out of 15,710. Before him are Hugo Banzer, Lajos Batthyány, George Clinton, Tervel of Bulgaria, Dino Grandi, and Anna Lindh. After him are Mate Boban, Athanagild, Abdelkader Bensalah, William II, Duke of Bavaria, Hydatius, and Florestan I, Prince of Monaco.

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Among people born in 2100 BC, Ishbi-Erra ranks 3Before him are Mentuhotep II and Mentuhotep IV. After him are Amar-Sin and Nebkaure Khety. Among people deceased in 2060 BC, Ishbi-Erra ranks 1

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In Iraq

Among people born in Iraq, Ishbi-Erra ranks 137 out of 300. Before him are Phraates II (-200), Diogenes of Babylon (-240), Shamash-shum-ukin (-650), Ibbi-Sin (-2050), Al-Mustazhir (1078), and Al-Mustansir (1300). After him are Muhammad Saeed al-Sahhaf (1940), Taha Yassin Ramadan (1938), Al-Mawardi (974), Nuri al-Said (1888), Muhammad al-Shaybani (750), and Al-Muttaqi (908).

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Among politicians born in Iraq, Ishbi-Erra ranks 85Before him are Al-Mustansir (1192), Phraates II (-200), Shamash-shum-ukin (-650), Ibbi-Sin (-2050), Al-Mustazhir (1078), and Al-Mustansir (1300). After him are Muhammad Saeed al-Sahhaf (1940), Nuri al-Said (1888), Al-Muttaqi (908), Ninus (null), Eannatum (-2500), and Al-Mu'tamid (844).