Four Empire of Mesopotamia

Four Empire of Mesopotamia

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  • Sargon of Akkad
  •              Babylonian Empire             
  • Yea
  • So you want to trad 5 cows for a chunk of gold
  • Assyrian Empire
  • Sure we will extend the territory!
  • We need to extend our territory  so we can be a big territory
  • Yep!
  • According to legends, king Sargon led the Akkadians and he became the first ruler of the Akkadian Empire. He was a strong king and a skilled general. He destroyed many walls of cities and states. He also defeated the king of Uruk. He became the first world Empire
  • Neo-Babylonian Empire
  • So this is how you they told time in the Neo Babylonian Empire?
  • In the Babylonian Empire they traded, women also had more rights than other Empries. Some slaves also had rights they could by their own plot of land and they could even buy there freedom. So in this Empire it was all trading.
  • Hammurabi
  • Hey King people want you to command to repair the roads!
  • Sure! Anything to make my Empire happy. 
  • The Assyrians lived in Mesopotamia for a long time. In 900BC they prepared a army for war. They had new weapons and war strategies they were getting ready for war because they wanted to extend thier territory.
  • Hammurabi's Code
  • Thanks for the laws Sun God
  • YAY!
  • Neo meant new. Nebuchadnezzar II was the famous king of the new Empire. He built the civilization. In the Neo Babylonian Empire their was the famous Hanging Gardens. They created sundial to tell time. This Empire only lasted 75 years.
  • Hammurabi was best known for writing the Code Of Laws. His laws were very fierce. He was the king of the Babylonian Empire. He was the sixth king. As a king he built roads, postal services, and agriculture. He created trade to help their Empire. 
  • The Hammurabi's Code is a Code Of Laws. He created his Code Of Laws 3768 years ago or 1750 BC. The Sun God their belief system is giving the laws to Hammurabi. If they disagree with laws they are disobeying the sun god. The Code was created for people to accept the king's authority. The code had common rules to protect people. The Code Of Laws are strict. The basic philosophy behind The Code Of Laws is a eye for a eye and a tooth for a tooth. The punishment was always equal to the crime.   
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