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Suppiluliumas I

(ˌsʌpɪlʌlɪˈuːməs)
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(Biography) king of the Hittites (?1375–?1335 bc); founder of the Hittite empire
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It had been conquered when Suppiluliuma I took Syria from the Mittannian empire and--not too long before the battle and after the crushing of a rebellion--had had a king, Niqmaddu, installed by Mursili II.
This is immediately followed by reference to the voluntary submission of Aziru, the great-great-grandfather of Sausgamuwa, to Suppiluliuma I, the great-grandfather of Tudhaliya IV ("Aziru came to .
The fact that Talmi-Sarrumma belonged to the Hittite royal family, having been the grandson of Suppiluliuma I, accounts for the difference.
In the work under review, Heinrich Otten presents a preliminary discussion of the new glyptic material of the great kings and their queens (in particular, of Arnuwanda I, Suppiluliuma I, Mursili III/Urhi-Tessup, Hattusili III, Puduhepa, and Tudhaliya IV, as well as of Ini-Tessup of Carchemish).