|King of Babylon|
|Reign||733 - 732 BC|
|House||Dynasty of E|
Nabû-n?din-z?ri, inscribed m[dNa]bû-n?dìn-z?ri in the King List A,[i 1] the only place his full name is given, and Na-di-nu or Na-din in the Chronicle on the Reigns from Nabû-Nasir to ?ama?-?uma-ukin known as Chronicle 1,[i 2] was the king of Babylon (733-732 BC), son and successor of Nabû-Nasir (747-734 BC). The Ptolemaic Canon gives his name as or , similar to the Chronicle version of his name.
His accession followed shortly after the first incursions of the newly emboldened Neo-Assyrian state. He was one of the kings who were contemporary with Tukult?-apil-E?arra III, the Assyrian king who would later (729 BC) go on to conquer Babylon. In the second year of his reign, he was toppled and killed (d?k) in an insurrection led by a provincial official (b?l pati) named Nabû-?uma-uk?n, who in turn was to retain the throne for little more than one month. There are no known texts from his reign. The overthrow of his dynasty and its replacement by a usurper may have provided Tukult?-apil-E?arra with the excuse to invade.