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Shanip (in Assyrian, Sanipu) was king of Ammon in the mid eighth century BCE. He is mentioned as a vassal of the Assyrian king Tiglath-Pilesar III. His name, which invokes the name of the god El (as do the names of his fellow Ammonite kings Hissalel and Barakel suggests that El was worshiped in Ammon alongside Milcom and other deities.
He was probably succeeded by Pado'el.