Four empires of Mesopatamia

Four empires of Mesopatamia
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  • Sargon of Akkad 
  • I gain control of all this land,I defeated you. 
  • Please Sargon NO!
  • SARGON
  • Babylonian Empire 
  • We ore on a higher level than you men because we have more rights than you men. 
  • Yes madam I am sorry. 
  • Okay what should I do. I can sneak up in the house 
  • Assyrian Empire 
  • I have a way to attack this city!!!! 
  • After Sargon defeated the king of city state of Uruk, Sargon gained all control of Mesopatamia including Sumer. To maintain control of his empire, Sargon had used very clever politician strategies. He destroyed the walls of many city states, leaving them completely defenseless. 
  • Neo- Babylonian Empire 
  •        King Neb 
  • The Neo- Babylonian Empire was the second Babylonian empire. The Babylonian empire was the strongest and empire an also the capital of Hammurabi's empire. Babylonian had more rights than other societies. Also trading helped the empire's economy. 
  • Hammurabi 
  •   Thank  you everboby for joining me. I will be making a new set of laws
  • Hammurabi
  • Remember if we attack or ambush this house payback will happen to us. 
  •  The Assyrians lived in Mesopotamia for a long time, while they etheir own empire.Also,the Assyrian developed new ways of attacking cities. The Assyrian also built moveable towers that were rolled up to cities wall's so that soldiers can climb over the walls. The Assyrian created fear among their enemies. the Assyrian Empire lasted about 300 years.  
  • Hammurabi's Code 
  • Eye for Eye 
  • After the fall of Nineveh, the Babylonians once again took control of mesopatamia. They established a new empire which was called the Neo-Babylonian Empire.  The new empire that was most famous was King Nebuchadnezzar 11.  He reigned from 605 to  561 B.C.E. He drove the Egyptians out of Syria and conquered part of Canaan  present day Israel, the Israelites or Jews. 
  • Not again 
  • I have control over the ocean because defeated you  HAHA 
  • The 1750 B.C.E. lasted till 1686 B.C.E.  Specific offense or infractions will have extreme consequences. A punishment is equal to the crime, which is an eye for eye and in many instances will be brought to serious consequences. The wealthy had more consequences 
  • SET OF LAWS
  • Yes King Hammurabi 
  • The 1750 B.C.E lasted till 1686 B.C.E. Specific offense or infractions will have extreme consequences. A punishment is equal to the crime which is an eye for eye and in many instances will be brought to serious consequences. The wealthy had more power but also had more consequences because they would most likely try to up level the king.
  • No don't attack . I don't want to have bad consequences
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