What I have created is amazing! I shall call it an empire!
Wow king that is amazing! I have no idea what it means but it sure does sound cool!
You should come to my house, I just made a clock powered by the sun! I call it a sundial.
WOW! Now that's as advanced as it gets.
We, the Assyrians, have the most frightening army in history!
Sargon of Akkad didn't only found an empire, but he kept it running smoothly with the original use of Akkadian bureaucrats installed in every conquered city. Sargon of Akkad created the worlds first known empire, after conquering all of southern Mesopotamia as well as parts of Syria, Anatolia, and Elam.
There's death in the air bob. I wonder if this is what the Assyrians felt like when their empire fell and we became the most powerful state in history!
Babylonians created the first sundial, a device that used the sun to tell time. Hammurabi, the king of Babylonian Empire, was careful to maintain irrigation systems so that land remained fertile and provided enough food. The Babylonian Empire became the most powerful state in the world after the fall of the Assyrian Empire. Babylonian society was unusually fair for it's time.
YES! I have created my very own code of law to help me rule better!
The Assyrian Empires greatest achievements were their new weapons and war strategies. The Assyrians were the most famous for their frightening army, they had the biggest standing army in the history of Mesopotamia. The Assyrian Empire also conquered Mesopotamia and spread it's language such as Aramaic and culture throughout its empire.
I want my code of law written on that pillar for everyone to see!
The greatest political achievement of the Neo-Babylonian Empire was urban planting. The Neo-Babylonian Empire started in 626 BC and ended with the reign of Nabonidus in 539 BC. The Neo-Babylonian Empire became the most powerful state in the ancient world after the fall of the Assyrian Empire. The new empires most famous king was Nebuchadnezzar II.
Haha, good one Joe.
Hammurabi was the king of Babylon and was known for his famous code of law. Hammurabi was careful to properly maintain irrigation systems so that land remained fertile and provided enough food. Hammurabi's code was detailed and covered many things like trade which helped the empires economy. The 282 laws from Hammurabi's code are one of the earliest and more complete legal codes from ancient times.
Hammurabi's code of law is one of the oldest encrypted writings of remarkable length in the world. Hammurabi's code was detailed and covered many conditions like trade, payment for work, marriage, and divorce. Hammurabi's code of law was one of the earliest, most complete code of law in ancient history. Hammurabi's code of law that contained 282 laws, was written on a giant stone pillar for everyone to see.