The 4 Empires of Mesopotamia

The 4 Empires of Mesopotamia

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  • Sargon of Akkad 
  • I shall lead the akkadians to build the first ever empire
  • Babylonian Empire
  • I will let everyone have a fair and amazing life
  • Assyrian Empire
  • We will fight to our deaths to take over Babylon
  • King Sargon led the akkadians to conquer the akkadian empire. Sargon lived to a great age leading the Akkadians. King Sargon made effective military strategies that helped the empire. Sargon used political strategies to control his empire.  
  • Neo-Babylonian Empire
  • We are the smartest and we will make the most inventions of all time.
  • The Babylonian empire thrived under Hammurabi.  Hammurabi let all people have fair rights and live a great life. He made irrigation systems to provide food for everyone. Trade extremely helped the empire and helped artisans and help writers make poems. 
  • Hammurabi
  • All rules must be strict and unequal
  • A warlike people called the Assyrians took over Babylonian. They rose to power in about 900 B.C.E. They made new weapons and military strategies. Assyrians rulers began training an army for war to expand there land but, they were feared for their military might and cruelty. 
  • Hammurabi's Code
  • An eye for an eye a tooth for a tooth
  • Nebauchadnezzar the king of neo-babylon always wanted land. Nebauchadnezzar also worked very hard to restore the splendor that Neo-Babylon have enjoyed under Hammurabi. The people in the empire grew to be very smart in mathematics and astronomy and made the first sundail. This empire only lasted for 75 years.
  • Hammurabi was the next ruler of mesopotamia. He made "The Code of Laws," during 1792 to 1750 B.C.E. These laws were very strict and unequal.
  • These laws covered trade, payment of work, mirage and divorces. These laws did not treat people equally, although the code applied for everyone. These laws were made 3760 years and was made to organize and maintain a predictable consequence. One of these laws is, "If a poorly assembled house were to collapse and kill the owner, then the builder could be put to death.
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