One of the most famous and most powerful kings of Ilam was the Iqai Halkid dynasty. Ontas Gale was born to the Hombu Bimena and was born in the mother of Kasi, named “O-Tic”. He officially assumed power in 1265 BC. There is not much information about his military and political work, but according to the statue of the goddess “Im-Mary” who had been captured by Ontas Gal in the war and carved into the name of the city of Tuples in Mesopotamia, Onset Gal had a successful military operation in Mesopotamia.
Untash Gall made the largest Elamite temple called Chogha Zanbil, one of its renowned destinations. He was found from the bricks inscribed in Ramhormoz and 11 other inscriptions in Susa, which reports on the construction and construction of temples for various goddesses, such as Napirisha, Nahonte, Pinker, Simon, and others.
Eventually, Onutz was dead between 1245 and 1240 and will be replaced by his son, “Kidine Hoetran II”.
“Ilam Archeology: Daniel T Paetz”
Source: “History and Civilization of Ilam: Yousef Majidzadeh”