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Melem-Ana of Unug (? - circa 2546 BC) was the 11th lugal of the first Uruk dynasty. He ruled in modern-day Mesopotamia. Little is known about Melem-ana.

The Sumerian King List places him after Mesh-he and would have ruled for 6 years, it is believed by the year 2552 BC he died. Lugal-kitun would succeed, however, is not completely established.

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Preceded by
King of Sumer
ca. 26th century BC
Succeeded by

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