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Ibrium (ca. 23rd century BC) was an ancient ruler of the Kingdom of Ebla. He dominated Ebla and its subordinate cities and became its most powerful ruler. Ibrium introduced absolute, hereditary monarchy in the kingdom and was succeeded by his son Ibbi-Sipish.
Ibrium concluded a treaty with Tudia of Ashur for the use of a trading post officially controlled by Ebla. At this time Ebla had good relations with the city state of Mari, and its contemporary but independent king Ikur-Shar.
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