Shutrukid dates are approximate; from c.1110 to 743, inscriptional evidence is lacking. Neo-Elamite dates down to 675 derive from Babylonian sources; later dates are uncertain (Carter and Stolper, 45, 49).
Carter, E., and M. W. Stolper, Elam (Berkeley, 1984).Hinz, W., The Lost World of Elam (London, 1972).
Shutruk-Nahhunte I (son of Halludush-Inshushinak; king of Elam in south-west Iran c.1185 bc)
Huteludush-Inshushinak (son of Kutir-Nahhunte)
Shutruk-Nahhunte II (sister's son)
Humban-nikash II (son of Urtaki)
Humban-haltash III (Assyrian conquest c.642 bc; later rule by Babylonia, then Persia)