King élamite of the XV E. He is known by the excavations of what could have been its capital, Kabnak (Haft-Tappeh), located close to Suse (unless he did not reign in the latter). It seems that its authority was not very wide, and that he did not reign on all Élam, then politically fragmented. He however has sufficient means to build important monuments in his capital, in particular a funerary complex intended for the royal family. The texts found for its reign consist especially of administrative files. The fall of Tepti-ahar is caused by a war with the king of Babylon, Kurigalzu Ier, which takes Kabnak and all Susiane, placing Ige-halki on the throne élamite, thus founding a new dynasty in this country.
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