we will use our new weapons and horses to train for war!
King Sargon led the akkadians, being the first ruler of the Akkadian Empire. He taught his soldiers how to fight, and military tactics like arrow formation.
Ruled by Hammurabi, the babylonian empire used irrigation systems and traded grain and woven cloth on the banks of the Euphrates River. This civilization's economy thrived from trading.
Your father built the very house that killed the resident's son.
North of babylon, the Assyrian Empire was a war-like city who lived in mesopotamia for a long time until they were conquered by hammurabi. They rose to power in 900 B.C.E. Near this time they began training for war. Their Greatest achievements were their new weapons and perfected use of horses in battle.
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Nebuchadnezar worked hard restore the splendor that babylon had enjoyed under hammurabi. He rebuilt the city's Ziggurat. The hanging gardens were here in the Neo-Babylonian Empire. These people were skilled in mathematics and astronomy. Sadly, there Empire only lasted 75 years before persians flooded into the city bringing a new conqurer named Cyrus.
thank you for rebuilding the ziggurat!
Hammurabi ruled Babylon, a small city state. He had a strict code his citizens had to follow that will come later. He reinforced his power on his citizens. He even claimed he had the rules of the sun god shumash. He even had a postal service. He wanted extreme orginization in his town. He gave harsh punishments like if soeone builds a house and the person living in it's son dies, the builder's son would be killed.
This was a system of laws enforced by Hammurabi. He wanted extreme orginization in his town. He gave harsh punishments like if soeone builds a house and the person living in it's son dies, the builder's son would be killed. He said he had gotten his laws from Shumash. These laws were first created 1750 B.C. and ended 1686 B.C.
These codes will make all my peasants do what i want!