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Sargon of Akkad
Okay, Sargon of Akkad. he was the first ruler of Akkad.
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okay class today were learning about the Babylonian Empire.
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hey hon did you know that the Assyrian empire rose to power in 900 B.C.E
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Sargon was the first ruler of Akkad, and a strong king. He was a skilled general, and built his empire through effective military strategies. He taught his soliders to fight in tight formation, to add terriotory to his empire. His empire gained control over all of Mesopotamia.
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Hammurabi built roads and postal service, that helped connect Babylonians of all social statuse. he was careful to maintain his irrigation system so land remand fertile and provided food. The Babylonian empire became the center of trade and trade helped the economy. slaves and woman had some rights.
did you know that Hammurabi ruled babylon then conquered the rest of Mesopotamia.
The Assyrain Empire rose to power in 900 B.C.E. Assyrain rulers began training armies for war in hopes of expanding territory. They were feared for military might and their cruelty. The Assyrain Empire greatest achievements were their new weapons and war strategies. They perfected the use of horses and iron weapons.
The Neo-Babylonian empire expanded their territory whenever possible when Nebuchadnezzar took control. he rebuilt the ziggurat and made the hanging gardens of Babylon. The hanging gardens of babylon became famous and one of the worlds greatest wonder. he created the sun dial and his empire lasted only for 75 years.
Hammurabi ruled babylon and then conquered the rest of Mesopotamia he named babylon the capital of his empire and the region became known as the babylonian empire. his law was based on the word of god, his name was Marduk. the Gods said to him create law that applies to the entire empire He used the code to unite and reserve order.
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The code of Hammurabi spelled out punishment for crimes such as stealing, or causing injury. for example if a poorly assembled house were to collapse and kill the owner then the builder could be put to death but if the owners son dies the builders son would be put to death his code was detailed covering many situations such as trade payment for work marriage and divorce.