BC AYN 2184
Annual Report (AR) beginning:
Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year
1st/56 years according to the Sumerian Standard Guideline of the reign of Naram-Sin of Akkad who ascends the throne of Akkad, directed by the warlike Inanna (ענ-עננה) penetrates the Sinai (סיני) Peninsula and invades Egypt.
[2291 BC] Naram-Sin was the first to claim divinity (“Sin” refers to moon-god) for himself, and the first to be called sar kibrat arbaim (שר קברת ארבעים); “king of the four quarters,” graves or plots, the four quarters as a reference to the entire world, see Noah’s altar of BC AYN 2303. Naram-Sin was also for the first time in Sumerian culture, addressed as Sumerian: DINGIR (דינ-גיר); "God his self;" Akkadian: ilu (אלו) of Agade" (Akkad).