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2400 BCE: Earliest Sumerian sources to mention migrating Amorites in Mesopotamia.
2240 BCE: Naram-Sin of Akkad campaigns against the Amorites in northern Syria.
2000 BCE - 1600 BCE: Amorite period in Mesopotamia.
1894 BCE: Amorite dynasty established in Babylon.
1830 BCE: The Shakkanakku Dynasty of Mari falls and is replaced by the Amorite Lim Dynasty under Yaggid-Lim.
1830 BCE - 1760 BCE: The Amorite period of Mari.
1812 BCE - 1793 BCE: Reign of Sin-Muballit, Amorite king of Babylon, father of Hammurabi.
1800 BCE: Amorites in control of the city of Ebla.
1792 BCE - 1750 BCE: The Amorite king Hammurabi's reign.
1776 BCE - 1761 BCE: The reign of Zimri-Lim of Mari, the last king of Mari. Zimri-Lim, an Amorite, reclaims the throne of Mari for the Lim Dynasty in 1776 BCE.
1760 BCE - 1757 BCE: Hammurabi of Babylon destroys the city of Mari. The people of Mari are spared according to Hammurabi.
1749 BCE: Hammurabi's empire begins to break apart under the rule of his son Samsu-Iluna.
1745 BCE - 1740 BCE: Amorites migrate from Mesopotamia to Canaan.
1600 BCE: Amorite dynasty of Aleppo is overthrown.
1600 BCE: Hittites under Mursilli I sack the city of Ebla.
1595 BCE: Hittites under Mursilli I sack Babylon, ending Amorite rule.
600 BCE: Amorites no longer mentioned by name in historical record.