Urukagina (reigned ca. 24th century BC, short chronology), alternately rendered as Uruinimgina or Irikagina, was a ruler of the city-state Lagash in Mesopotamia.
Urukagina survived the sacking of Lagash and moved his capital to the smaller neighboring city of Girsu. He was still a king, but his kingdom was considerably reduced.
The Reforms of Urukagina "He established freedom." While Greek political experience was so rich and varied that it has been said with pardonable exaggeration ...
Urukagina (more correctly, Uru’inimgina) King of Lagash in the second half of the 24th century B.C. Urukagina implemented numerous reforms; for example, he put an ...
The world's first reformer, King Urukagina was not an aristocrat and came to power as a leader in the peasant revolution. King Urukagina of Babylonia Biography.
Urukagina (c. 2350 BC-) Urukagina, the leader of the Sumerian city-state of Girsu/Lagash, led a popular movement that resulted in the reform of the oppressive legal ...
Urukagina was a king who ruled in ancient Sumer from 2360-2380 BC. He instituted some reforms of the governing methodology and created one of the earliest systems of ...
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