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Mursili I was a king of the Hittites ca. 1556–1526 BC (short chronology), and was the grandson of his predecessor, Hattusili I. Mursili is credited with the conquest of the kingdom of Yamhad and its capital, Aleppo, in northern Syria. Ca. 1531 BC, Mursili led an unprecedented march of 2000 km south into the heart of Mesopotamia where he sacked the city of Babylon, bringing an end to the Amorite dynasty of Hammurabi. This raid did not result in any Hittite control over Babylonia, but did result in the emergence of the Kassites as the rulers there. When Mursilis returned to his kingdom, he was assassinated in a conspiracy led by his brother-in-law, Hantili I (who took the throne), and Hantili's son-in-law, Zidanta I. His death inaugurated a period of social unrest and decay of central rule, followed by the loss of the conquests made in Syria. See also Ancient Near East portal History of the Hittites References Reign of Mursili I Preceded by Hattusili I Hittite king ca. 1556–1526 BC Succeeded by Hantili I v • d • e Hittite kings Hattic kings c. 23rd–18th centuries BC Pamba · Pithana · Piyusti · Anitta · Tudhaliya · PU-Sarruma Old Kingdom c. 16th–15th centuries BC Labarna I · Hattusili I · Mursili I · Hantili I · Zidanta I · Ammuna · Huzziya I · Telepinu Middle Kingdom c. mid-to-late 15th century BC Alluwamna · Tahurwaili · Hantili II · Zidanta II · Huzziya II · Muwatalli I New Kingdom c. 14th–12th centuries BC Tudhaliya I · Arnuwanda I · Hattusili II · Tudhaliya II · Tudhaliya III · Suppiluliuma I · Arnuwanda II · Mursili II · Muwatalli II · Mursili III · Hattusili III · Tudhaliya IV · Arnuwanda III · Suppiluliuma II This Ancient Near East biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e