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People feared this __________ army because it had iron weapons.
What Persian religious leader told people there were two forces in the world.
For hundreds of years, the Assyrians dominated ________.
King _________ set up a library of ancient writings at his palace in Nineveh.
Under whose rule did the Chaldean Empire expand?
A ________ is the city from which an emperor rules.
This Assyrian king divided the empire into ________ or areas.
The capital of Nebuchadnezzar’s Persian empire was _________.
The leader of the Persians that divided the empire into provinces was _________
Cyrus the Great was a king of __________.
Persian art teaches us that slaves sometimes carried people on ______ or stretchers.
What is the name given to people who look at how things are being done?
What is a carving from stone or other hard material called?
Because of metal coins, what did Persians stop doing?
To ________ means to talk about the gods or how they live.
Assyrians ___________ the cities they defeated, talking anything they wanted.
Soldiers who fight on horses are called ________.
Someone who creates something with his or her hands is an _________
This word means to defeat.
A nation that rules a large area of land is an ___________.
The most famous part of Nebuchadnezzar’s palace was the __________.
What word means to cool hot iron to remove unwanted materials.
What means to grow or stretch.
What word means to tell the future?
Two words: one means to rule, the other means the ruler.
Chapter 1, Section 3 The First Empires.
Chapter 3 Section 3: The Assyrian and Persian Empires
Persian Empire Persian Empire.
The Persian Empire The Conquerors of Everyone. Start of the Persian Empire Starts with Indo-European migrations –Came to Persia around 1000 BCE –Known.
Contributions (REVIEW) 1.Cuneiform 2. Wheel – Helped transportation 3. Plow – Made it possible for farmers to grow more food with less effort 4. Sailboat.
3.3: The Assyrian and Persian Empires
They Assyrian and Persian Empires A military state: Assyrians were in constant battle. This led them to become fierce warriors. Assyrians used iron weapons.
*Outcome*: Explain the similarities and differences between the Assyrian Empire and the Chaldean Empire. Before: When you think of an Empire what do you.
ANCIENT MESOPOTAMIA. The Geography of Sumeria Unpredictable flooding, frequent drought No natural protecting barriers (e.g. hills) Few natural resources.
1400 B.C. – 570 B.C.. Assyria: kingdom from Persian Gulf to Tigris to Egypt Loved war b/c of geography (hills & valleys) ◦ Shepherds & farmers had.
Objectives Outline the achievements of the first empires that arose in Mesopotamia. Understand how conquests brought new empires and ideas into the Middle.
The Rise of Persia.
Mr. Korinek 7 th Grade Social Studies. Akkadian Empire Babylonian Empire Assyrian Empire Neo Babylonian Empire.
Reading Check 1. What does Mesopotamia literally mean? 2. Where is it located geographically? 3. What Mesopotamian civilization did you read about last.
Military Empires 1. The Assyrians 2. The Chaldeans 3. The Persians.
Invaders, Traders, and Empire Builders. Sargon – 2300 B.C. Ruler of Akkad – invaded and conquered Sumer and surrounding lands Continued to expand.
Get Ready to Read (cont.) Focusing on the Main Ideas Mesopotamian Civilization Civilization in Mesopotamia began in the valleys of the Tigris and Euphrates.
Egypt and the Middle Eastern Empires
The Assyrian Empire 800 B.C. Chapter 7 Lesson 1.
Mesopotamian Empires Chapter 4, Lesson 2.
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