Ikunum (Akkadian: 𒄿𒆪𒉡, translit. I-ku-nu) was a king of Assyria between 1867 BC – 1860 BC and the son of Ilushuma. He built a temple for the god Ninkigal. He strengthened the fortifications of the city of Assur and maintained commercial colonies in Asia Minor. The following is a list of the sixteen annually-elected limmu officials from the year of accession of Ikunum until the year of his death. BC dates are based on a date of 1833 BC for the recorded solar eclipse in the limmu of Puzur-Ištar:
- 1920 BC Buzi son of Adad-rabi
- 1919 BC Šuli son of Šalmah
- 1918 BC Iddin-Suen son of Šalmah
- 1917 BC Ikunum son of Šudaya
- 1916 BC Dan-Wer son of Ahu-ahi
- 1915 BC Šu-Anum from Nerabtim
- 1914 BC Il-massu son of Aššur-ṭab
- 1913 BC Šu-Hubur son of Šuli
- 1912 BC Idua son of Ṣulili
- 1911 BC Laqip son of Puzur-Laba
- 1910 BC Šu-Anum the hapirum
- 1909 BC Uku son of Bila
- 1908 BC Aššur-malik son of Panaka
- 1907 BC Dan-Aššur son of Puzur-Wer
- 1906 BC Šu-Kubum son of Ahu-ahi
- 1905 BC Irišum son of Iddin-Aššur
|King of Assyria|
|King of the Old Assyrian Empire|
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| Išši’ak Aššur
c. 1867 BC — c. 1860 BC
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