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Logical- A Venn Diagram

Four civilaztions of Mesopotamia compare and contrast.

Halle Craig

on 18 November 2013

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Logical- A Venn Diagram Presentation
By Halle Craig
The Akkadian Empire
The Babylonian Empire
The Assyrian Empire
The Neo-Babylonian Empire
The Akkadian & Babylonian Empire
The Akkadian, Babylonian, & Assyrian Empire
The Akkadian, Babylonian, & Neo-Babylonian Empire
All Four Civilizations
The Babylonion & Neo-Babylonion Empire
The Akkaidan & Assyrian Empire
The Bablyonion, Neo-Bablyonion, & Assyirian Empire
The Akkadian, Assyrian, & Neo-Bablyonion
The Assyrian & Neo-Bablyonion Empire

~ Conquered Sumer at 2300 BCE
~ King named Sargon
~Strong military strategies
~Fought in formations
~Shields in the front row, spears in the next
~Destroyed city walls
~First king to have son rule after death
~Sargon ruled for 56 years
from conquered cities
lasted only 200 years

~Hammurabi united citystates into Bablyon
~Made hometown, Bablyon,
~Created first code of law to apply to everyone in Babylon
~"Gods" created his laws, so they could not be changed or broken
~Traded with Persians among the Persian gulf
~Slaves and women had more rights than before
~Hammurabi improved trade and agriculture
~The Assyrian were feared by many and ruled by several powerful kings
~They created numerous new weapons and war strategies
~They used horses and iron weapons in battle
~They perfected their use of
~They used/created battering rams and movable towers
~Religion was still critical in their society
, which could bring drinking water from up to 30 miles away using personal canals
~Known for two-dimensional
lasted 300 years but became to spread out
~Main leader Nebuchadnezzar
~Built an inner and outer wall around city
~Built thick walls outside city with archers on top
~Moat dug around walls with bridges that were taken down during wars
~Famous for their hanging gardens of Babylon
~Skilled in math and astronomy, or the study of planets and stars
~Invented the first sundial and form of telling time
lasted only 75 years
~All empires lasted only 300 years or less
~All empires had religion be incredibly important and believed in polytheistic religions
~All had kings or several powerful leaders
~All made great advancements in technology and war craft

~They created and worshiped advancements in art and statues
~Both civilizations were destroyed after being to spread out in population for guards and soldiers to be able to provide dense protections everywhere or at loss of important political leaders that were crucial to their government
~Were incredibly focused on high-level security and war strategies, such as moveable towers and thick walls with archers on top
~Sculptures and other incredible forms of artwork and architectural advancements were made in all three empires such as steles and basreliefs
~Every civilization had a capital that was the main central of Mesopotamia when they ruled and was generally more wealthy and luxurious to live in than the rest of the empire
~Built strong empires based on important war strategies and important security measures that held their civilizations together and made their empires feared
~Trade and architecture were important things during the times of their empires that based society
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