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Mesopotamian city-states with patron deities:

the Assyrians. Temples and palaces were decorated with lavish gold and silver ornaments. His most noted contribution was a series of terraced gardens (“the Hanging Gardens of Babylon”) kept lush and green by an elaborate irrigation system. These towering gardens were considered one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. He may have built the gardens to please his wife, who was from Mede and missed the forested mountains/


Ancient Civilizations City-States in Mesopotamia The City-State Structure of Government A. Although all the cities shared the same culture … B.each city.

the region. Nebuchadnezzar is most famous for the construction of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, considered one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Nebuchadnezzar is also responsible for the destruction of the Temple of Jerusalem and beginning the Babylonian Captivity of the Jews and the first Diaspora. Babylon is defeated and replaced by the Persian Empire in 539 B.C. Hanging Gardens of Babylon? Lived Lived: The Phoenicians established a trade empire, and/


The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.. The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World (from left to right, top to bottom): Great Pyramid of Giza, Hanging Gardens.

of Giza, Hanging Gardens of Babylon, Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, Statue of Zeus at Olympia, Mausoleum of Maussollos, Colossus of Rhodes and the Lighthouse of Alexandria as depicted by 16th-century Dutch artist Marten Heemskerk. Great Pyramid of GizaHanging Gardens of BabylonTemple of ArtemisStatue of Zeus at Olympia Mausoleum of Maussollos Colossus of Rhodes Lighthouse of AlexandriaMarten HeemskerkGreat Pyramid of GizaHanging Gardens of BabylonTemple of ArtemisStatue of Zeus at Olympia Mausoleum of/


Four Empires Of Mesopotamia. What happened to Sumer? Sumerians lived in many city- states They were not unified This left them vulnerable to attack Do.

Egyptians and Hebrews from their lands. He created gardens for his palace now know as the Hanging Gardens of Babylon Nebuchadrezzar expanded the empire He conquered Syria and part of Canaan. He exported the Egyptians and Hebrews from their lands. He created gardens for his palace now know as the Hanging Gardens of Babylon Neo-Babylonians They created the first sundial The tower of babel is associated with Etemenaki, a ziggurat built/


By: December 15, 2011.  Time Line of the Assyrians Assyria Babylon Mesopotamia Chaldea Hammurabi (1792-1750 B.C.) Sargon Empire(2334- 2134 B.C.) Assyrian.

go out? Answer- The Medes and the Chaldeans joined forces to defeat the Assyrians. They both are Assyrians enemies. Review Questions   Question- Why did Nebuchadnezzar II built the Hanging Gardens of Babylon? Answer- Nebuchadnezzar II built an artificial mountain covered with trees and plant called the Hanging Gardens of Babylon for his wife to stay with him.  Who was the first empire in the civilization Mesopotamia? Answer- Sargon/


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greatly swollen. 4. Finally, either the rope or the branch from which he hanged himself broke. At this time his swollen corpse fell and burst. NOT A CONTRADICTION/ A. Prentice HAS THE GARDEN OF EDEN BEEN LOCATED? Genesis 2 (written by Moses long after Noah’s Flood) describes the loca- tion of the Gar- den of Eden, It says that Eden/of Babylon would be conquered by the Medes. At the time, Babylon was the greatest empire in the world, and Medea was only beginning to gain influence. The Medes conquered Babylon/


L OCATION : City of Babylon (modern day Iraq) T HE HANGING GARDENS OF BABLYON The Gardens were built by King Nebuchadnezzar for one of his wives. It.

L OCATION : City of Babylon (modern day Iraq) T HE HANGING GARDENS OF BABLYON The Gardens were built by King Nebuchadnezzar for one of his wives. It was built around 610 B.C. It was constructed of bricks made from sun-dried mud and clay from the Earth. King N. ruled from 605 B.C to 562 B.C. Located near (modern day) Baghdad, Iraq. The gardens were laid out/


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each surrounded by halls and a diversity of chambers, one of which is the throne room (52 x 25 m). The Hanging Gardens, the remains of which are still visible nowadays, were part of this palace. To the east of the Street of Processions lies Nin Makhs Temple, reconstructed recently. To the north are the remains of the Main Palace, where the Lion of Babylon is. It should be noted that/


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in his favor and they hanged him on the eve of Passover.’ Talmud Babylon, Sanhedrin 43a, compiled 6th century AD ‘A son of Rabbi Joshua ben Levi,  swallowed something hurtful; and one came and whispered to him in the name of Jesus, the son of Pandira, and he did/ that He had risen from the dead. Soon after, the Jewish leaders also approached Josephs tomb and found it empty. The gardener then took them to the newly dug grave and showed them Jesus body.’ Faris al-Qayrawani, ‘Was Christ Really Crucified?’, page/


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to the god Marduk, that seemed to reach to the heavensTower of Babel Hanging Gardens of Babylon One of the seven wonders of the Ancient World. Uruk Another painting of the hanging gardens with Tower of Babel in back Fragment from the Stele of the Vultures, erected by Eannatum of Lagash. It depicts the battle of Umma with Eannatum of Lagash defeating the king of Umma, included is a professional phalanx. Circa 2525 B.C. Upper/


Ancient Eastern Mediterranean Mr. Stikes. SSWH1 The student will analyze the origins, structures, and interactions of complex societies in the ancient.

kings Most famous king = Nebuchadnezzar Conquered land as far as Jerusalem –“Babylonian Captivity” was forced march of Jewish persons from Jerusalem to Babylon under the Chaldeans Famous for Hanging Gardens of Babylon and their work in astronomy Hanging Gardens of Babylon An elaborate park built for Nebuchadnezzars wife One of the original Seven Wonders of the World Persians (550 B.C. – 330 B.C.) Under Cyrus the Great, the Persians conquered land/


Who Was Sargon? The kingdom of Akkad developed in northern Mesopotamia. Sargon was an ambitious leader who ruled the people of Akkad. He conquered the.

shone, its gold roof could be seen for miles. The richness of the ziggurat was equaled by that of the kings palace. The palace had a giant staircase of greenery known as the Hanging Gardens. Babylons Hanging Gardens were considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. These terraced gardens—built like huge steps—included large trees, masses of flowering vines, and other beautiful plants. A complex irrigation system brought/


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built a 300 ft ziggurat. Another marvel was the Hanging Gardens at the kings palace.  These gardens were made of terraces that showcased large trees, masses of flowering vines, and other beautiful plants.  A pump brought water from the river.  Nebuchadnezzar built the gardens to please his wife, who missed the mountains and plants of her homeland.  Babylon was right along the major trade route between the Persian/


The 7 Wonders of the ancient world

sites centered around? What do you think the reason for this was? http://www.unmuseum.org/wmap.htm The Hanging Gardens of Babylon Year built: 605-562 BCE Year destroyed: After the 1st C. BCE Built by: Babylonians Cause of destruction: Earthquake The Hanging Gardens were not literally hanging. See if you can find out why they earned that name here  http://www.unmuseum.org/hangg.htm The/


Unit 2 Lesson 3 Babylonia and Assyria. The Rise of Hammurabi and Babylonia The city-state of Babylon was under a lot of construction More people began.

and other city-states! His empire was called Babylonia Babylonia The Rise of Hammurabi and Babylonia The king gave orders to improve the city of Babylon ◦ Stronger city walls ◦ Gateway leading into the city (Ishtar Gate) ◦ Raise the top of the ziggurat to create the “hanging gardens” The Rise of Hammurabi and Babylonia Hammurabi sent officials throughout the empire to carry out his orders and collect taxes/


The Babylonian Empires Overtook Sumerians around 2,000 B.C. Built capital, Babylon, on Euphrates river. The Babylonians modified and transformed their.

. These groups were the Medes and the Chaldeans. The Chaldeans created a new empire, centered at Babylon after they defeated the Assyrians in 612 BC. The greatest king of Babylon was Nebuchadnezzar II. He rebuilt Babylon and put massive walls around the city to protect it. He also built a great palace with hanging gardens. Hanging Gardens of Nebuchadnezzar Under the Chaldeans, the New Babylonian empire became a center/


H Erin Jones Hanging Gardens The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were thought to be built by King Nebuchadnezzar for his wife. Although it may not be real.

H Erin Jones Hanging Gardens The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were thought to be built by King Nebuchadnezzar for his wife. Although it may not be real the love story behind it is awe/fit that the giant Euphrates river water the plants by using canals that ran under the gardens. Hanging Gardens Although the Hanging Gardens may not be real is that it was one of the seven ancient wonders of the world. Here is a list of some of the current ones. The Pyramid at Chichén Itzá Christ Redeemer The Roman Colosseum The/


Today’s Goal: What were the most significant accomplishments of the Assyrians and Chaldeans?

region celebrate when the Assyrians were defeated? Capital = Babylon Restored by King Nebuchadnezzar Ruins of Nebuchadnezzar’s Babylon Nebuchadnezzar Nebuchadnezzar had the Hanging Gardens of Babylon (a garden on top of the palace) built for his wife Hanging Gardens of Babylon Nebuchadnezzar II’s Babylon Parts of Babylon have been rebuilt by Saddam Hussein Rebuilt by Saddam Hussein Iraq Ishtar Gate of Babylon Soldiers Dragon of Marduk on the wall of the Ishtar Gate Lion in Nebuchadnezzars throne room Design/


Lesson 101 The Last of the Kings in Judah 2 Kings 21-25 “It shall come to pass, if thou shalt hearken diligently unto the voice of the Lord thy God, to.

’s measures” (Oxford Companion to the Bible[1993], 388). Nebuchadnezzar II, sometimes alternately spelled Nebuchadrezzar, was king of Babylonia from approximately 605 BC until approximately 562 BC. He is considered the greatest king of the Babylonian Empire and is credited with the construction of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Nebuchadnezzar is mentioned by name around 90 times in the Bible, in both the historical and prophetic literature/


Later Groups of the Fertile Crescent. Empires and Dominance Sumer 3200-2350 B.C. Sumer 3200-2350 B.C. Sargon of Akkad 2334-2315 B.C. Sargon of Akkad 2334-2315.

excess King Nebuchadnezzar ruled from 605 to 562 B.C. King Nebuchadnezzar ruled from 605 to 562 B.C. –Built Hanging Gardens of Babylon –Captured Judah in 586, destroyed the great temple in Jerusalem, and forced many Hebrews into exile in Babylon. Hanging Gardens of Babylon One of the “Seven Wonders of the World” One of the “Seven Wonders of the World” Built by King Nebuchadnezzar II around 600 B.C. on top/


Empires of Mesopotamia. The Rise of Sumer In southern Mesopotamia, a people known as the Sumerians developed the world’s first civilization. No one knows.

Chaldeans. The New Babylonian Empire The Chaldeans created a new empire, centered at Babylon after they defeated the Assyrians in 612 BC. The greatest king of Babylon was Nebuchadnezzar II. He rebuilt Babylon and put massive walls around the city to protect it. He also built a great palace with hanging gardens. Video - The Hanging Gardens (7 min) A New Center for Learning Under the Chaldeans, the New/


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(ie. only fines for nobility) Babylonian Empire Nebuchadnezzar Nebuchadnezzar Hanging Gardens Hanging Gardens Ishtar Gate Ishtar Gate Babylon’s Hanging Gardens Assyrians, A Warrior Race 10 th century BCE, Assyria emerged as dominant force in the north 10 th century BCE, Assyria emerged as dominant force in the north City of Assur- became important trading and political centre City of Assur- became important trading and political centre After Hammurabi/


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Medes captured and destroyed Nineveh. The Chaldeans Took over much of Assyria’s empire Nebuchadnezzar = led Chaldeans to conquer most of the Fertile Crescent. governed from the rebuilt city of Babylon from 605 BCE until his death in 562 BCE Babylon became powerful & wealthy again. Trade flourished, canals and buildings built. Hanging Gardens = kings beautiful terraced gardens. Hanging Gardens The Chaldeans Skilled astronomers Predict solar and lunar eclipses Advanced mathematics/


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most famous ancient city in the whole World. It was the capital of ten Mesopotamian.  Babylon was renowned for its high, well-fortified walls and for the magnificence of its temples and palaces, and Its famous Hanging Gardens.  Hanging gardens  High and thick walls THE AMPHITHEATER  The temple of Babylon: What we know about the Tower of Babylon today comes only from the little archaeological evidence found and a few ancient/


Babylonia and Assyria Empires of Mesopotamia

empire. The New Babylonian Empire The Chaldeans created a new empire, centered at Babylon after they defeated the Assyrians in 612 BC. The greatest king of Babylon was Nebuchadnezzar II. He rebuilt Babylon and put massive walls around the city to protect it. He also built a great palace with hanging gardens. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUobrO0EeRI The Chaldeans Under King Nebuchadnezzar the/


7 Wonders of the World - Ancient and Modern.

the world for over 3,800 years. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the only one to remain largely intact. 2. Hanging Garden of Babylon Location : Iraq Built : 600 BC Destroyed : After 1st century BC Cause : Earthquake A garden paradise was planted on an artificial mountain. The Hanging Gardens did not really ‘hang’ on cables or ropes, but comes from the Greek word/


Mesopotamia The Cradle of Civilization M. Bridgeo, WHS FISS 10.

stages with terrasses. Hydraulic pumps brought water from the Euphrates to the gardens where it cascaded down marble staircases. The botanial gardens were filled with trees and plants from the queen’s homelands. It was considered one of the 7 ancient wonders of the world. Wonders of the Ancient World - Hanging Gardens of BabylonWonders of the Ancient World - Hanging Gardens of Babylon M. Bridgeo, WHS FISS 10 http://www.les-7-merveilles.fr/


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three times over and by the time of this vision it was the largest city in the world Babylon Nebuchadnezzar built three massive palaces – one of which housed the world famous “Hanging Gardens of Babylon” (one of the seven wonders of the ancient world) Nebuchadnezzar built three massive palaces – one of which housed the world famous “Hanging Gardens of Babylon” (one of the seven wonders of the ancient world) Babylon He built wide walls and colored them/


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Pyramid there is chambers that belong to a queen and king. Hanging Garden of Babylon  one of the most important cities of the ancient world, whose location today is marked by a broad area of ruins just east of the Euphrates River.  The garden was built in the 6th centenary before Christ.  The hanging gardens are said to have been built in the sixth century by Nebuchadnezzar for his wife. Statue/


 1- Cheops Pyramid  2- Hanging Gardens of Babylon  3- Temple of Artemis  4- Statue of Zeus  5- Colossus of Rhodes  6- The Pharos Lighthouse of Alexandria.

as memorial tomb which is the oldest and the biggest one of pyramids in Egypt.  What is the meaning of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon? Are they really hanging or no? Regarded as one of the seven wonders of the world, on the B.C 7th century Nabukadnezar, the king of Babylon built it for his wife Semiramis on the dessert of Mesopotamia just like a paradise in which there had been/


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structures or for war. In Mesopotamia, the city-states often fought for right of land or power. Babylon often won wars against the city-states until they were overthrown by Assyrians. Babylonian/Hanging Gardens were one of the ancient wonders of the world. Amytis was the daughter of the Medean king. She thought that Mesopotamia was too boring, so she had the Hanging Gardens, a beautiful place. The Hanging Gardens were covered with a sheet of lead to prevent it from rotting. The Hanging Gardens have a lot of/


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Rebuilt by Saddam Hussein Mosul on the Tigris River Important Leader: Nebuchadnezzar  He rebuilt Babylon  Had the Hanging Gardens constructed  One of the 7 Wonders of the World  Conquers city of Jerusalem  Deports Hebrews to Babylon to keep them from rebelling Nebuchadnezzar 630-562BC Hanging Gardens of Babylon Religion: The Star Gazers of Babylon  Priests observed and kept records of the heavens  Located in ziggurats  Believed stars determined human destiny  Could be used to/


The Assyrian Empire. Geography Fertile Crescent Fertile Crescent From northern part of Mesopotamia From northern part of Mesopotamia Lacked natural barriers.

and the Assyrian Empire has been destroyed Nineveh and the Assyrian Empire has been destroyed Chaldeans rebuild Babylon Chaldeans rebuild Babylon Babylon becomes their capital Babylon becomes their capital Nebuchadnezzar 1.Rebuilds Babylon (Ishtar Gate is 1 of the 8 gates of the inner city) 2.Built the “Hanging Gardens of Babylon” 3.Highest building of Babylon was the seven- tiered ziggurat (300 ft. high) 4.Destroys Jerusalem 5.Sends Jews into exile/


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(an eye for an aye, a tooth for a tooth). King Hammurabi pushed Babylon’s boundaries north to Mari and south to Ur during his reign King Nebuchadnezzar Built the Hanging gardens of Babylon Captured Jerusalem and caused the Babylonian exile The Government and Laws of Babylon Used the uniform code of Hammurabi which touched on every crime imaginable The code had equal punishment for each crime (an/


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as canals The most famous structure built by Nebuchadnezzar II was the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, which is considered to one of the seven wonders of the ancient world Works Cited http://www.livius.org/ba-bd/babylon/babylonian_empire.html http://ancienthistory.about.com/CS/people/nebuchadnezzar.htm Picture Sources: http://2eyeswatching.com/2011/11/29/hanging-gardens-of-babylon/ http://www.artlex.com/ArtLex/m/mesopotamian.html http://annoyzview.wordpress/


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Fleet at Punt Picture from “The Ancient Mariners” – by Lionel Casson Hanging Gardens of Babylon The Hanging Gardens of Babylon (also known as Hanging Gardens of Semiramis) and the walls of Babylon were built by Nebuchadnezzar II around 600 BC. He is reported to have constructed the gardens to please his wife, Amytis of Media, who longed for the trees and beautiful plants of her homeland. They were destroyed in an earthquake after the 1st century/


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and title. He built walls, gates, towers, ziggurats and is said to have built the “hanging gardens of Babylon” for his wife Amytis, daughter of the Median king, to remind her of her mountainous homeland. This is widely regarded as a legend, however. Babylon - Nebuchadnezzar In the third year of the reign of Jehoiakim (606 BC), Daniel and his friends Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah were among the young Jewish/


Chapter One The Book of Daniel. Assyrian Empire KINGDOM OF THE MEDES LYDIAN KINGDOM KINGDOM OF EGYPT Jerusalem Babylon Nineveh Euphrates River Tigris.

Ashur Neo-Babylonian Empire Nebuchadnezzar II 605-562 B.C. Nebuchadnezzar II 605-562 B.C. The Book of Daniel Ruins of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon Seven Wonders of the Ancient World Ruins of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon Seven Wonders of the Ancient World The Book of Daniel The Ishtar Gate from Ancient Babylon The Book of Daniel Reliefs from the Ishtar Gate Daniel 1:1-4 Jehoiakim (Eliakim). –2 Chron. 36:1-8/


Chapter 7. 7-2 A. Conquerers B. Called themselves Babylonians C. Babylon 1. capital city 2. population 1 million 3. world’s richest city 4. police force,

4. police force, postal system I. Babylon A. Protected by huge brick walls that were guarded by archers B. Center of city stood palaces & temples C. Had a huge ziggurat in the center that stood 300 ft. high with a gold roof II. King’s Palace A. Hanging gardens 1. layered beds of earth planted with large trees & masses of flowering vines & shrubs 2. looked like/


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power. (Assyrian) (brain trigger) San ban + P Between 612 and 539 BCE, Babylonia had a final brief successful period of prosperity, until it fell to the Persians. The Late Babylonian ruler, Nebuchadnezzar II built the Tower of Babel (270 feet tall) and the Hanging Gardens of Babylon and the Ishtar Gate. N is for Neo-Babylonian (Late Babylonian, Royal Palace and the Ishtar Gate, Nebuchadnezzar II/


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alive by a hidden pool on the highest terrace, from which the water was drawn to appear in a series of fountains. The gardens were built by King Nebuchodnozzor," who is mentioned in the Bible as the cruel conqueror of Jerusalem." The Hanging Gardens of Babylon. The Statue of Zeus at Olympia. The greatest god of the ancient Greeks was Zeus, whom the Romans called Jupiter. The greatest statue/


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hanged their shields upon thy walls round about; they have made thy beauty perfect made thy beauty perfect. 12 Tarshish was thy merchant by reason of the multitude of all kind of/Babylon the great is fallen, is fallen, and is become the habitation of devils, and the hold of every foul spirit, and a cage of every unclean and hateful bird. 3 For all nations have drunk of the wine of the wrath of her fornication, and the kings of/lie Satan used in the garden of Eden to bring about the fall of man. Genesis 3:4 /


Before we begin!!!!! Political: Who controls what? What type of government is there? Anything to do with laws or war. Economic: What type of economy?

patron god of the city Largest structure in city Resembled a gigantic stepped pyramid Designed to look like mountains because Sumerians believed their gods liked to live on top of mountains More ziggurats The ancient city of Babylon, under King/ statues of solid gold. Rising above the city was the famous Tower of Babel, a temple to the god Marduk, that seemed to reach to the heavensTower of Babel Babylonia Hanging gardens of Babylonia Tower of Babel Another painting of the hanging gardens with Tower of Babel/


The Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt. Hanging Gardens of Babylon, Iraq Statue of Zeus at Olympia, Greece Temple of Artemis, Turkey Mausoleum of Halicarnassus.

The Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt. Hanging Gardens of Babylon, Iraq Statue of Zeus at Olympia, Greece Temple of Artemis, Turkey Mausoleum of Halicarnassus Colossus of Rhodes Lighthouse of Alexandria The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It is believed the pyramid was built as a tomb for fourth dynasty Egyptian Pharaoh Khufu. It was constructed/


Andrew McKowen  “Green Roof Technology started in Babylon in the 7th century B.C. Back then it was known as the Hanging Gardens of.

Andrew McKowen amckowen@spsu.edu  “Green Roof Technology started in Babylon in the 7th century B.C. Back then it was known as the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, a majestic structure built by King Nebuchadnezzar II for his wife, Amyitis.” 1  “The first known historical references to manmade gardens above grade were the ziggurats (stone pyramidal stepped towers) of ancient Mesopotamia, built from the fourth millennium until around/


Have you ever heard of the “7 Wonders of the World”? What places are included? If you could add or suggest and 8 th wonder, what would it be and why?

Mythology – Spring 2011 1. The Great Pyramid of Giza 2. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon 3. The Status of Zeus at Olympia 4. The Temple of Artemis at Ephesus 5. The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus 6. The Colossus of Rhodes 7. The Lighthouse of Alexandria In the minds of everyone is a picture of the perfect garden utopia. It would probably have the most beautiful gardens, the most exotic animals, terraces and beautiful monuments/


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weakened the empire Destroyed Nineveh and the Assyrian Empire and rebuilt Babylon Nebuchadnezz ar was their most famous ruler Nebuchadnezz ar build one of the wonders of the world “Hanging Gardens” Admired Sumerian culture and studied their language Babylon center of astronomy Phoenicians Present-day land of Lebanon Wealthy trading society Cedar and Purple Dye Mountains blocked their trade routes, so they turned to the sea Tyre-harbor/


The city states of Ancient Sumner, since they were small city states were often fighting over land and water rights. Their lack of unity left them open.

walls, some towers, bridges, and a moat around his capital to protect his city from attacks. The Ishtar Gate Life in the Neo Babylonian Empire  Nebuchadnezzar rebuilt the city of Babylon and built the Hanging gardens of Babylon along the rooftops and terraces high on the royal palace.  The Neo Babylonian empire only lasted 75 years because controlling such a large areas was very challenging.  The/


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on their togas. It was so expensive that in Rome, only Emperors were allowed to wear a stripe of it on their togas. “Stars” of the Fertile Crescent Hammurabi – Babylonian Hammurabi – Babylonian Nebuchadnezzar – Nebuchadnezzar – Babylonian King. Babylonian King. Constructed the hanging gardens of Babylon for his Constructed the hanging gardens of Babylon for hiswife More stars.... Semiramis Semiramis Enlil-Bani – interesting way to become King Enlil-Bani – interesting way to/


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warrior Could read many languages Library 25,000 clay tablets Nebuchadnezzar Chaldean King of Babylon (604-562BC) Restoration of Babylon Euphrates through the city Walls 4 Horse Chariot could ride on top Hanging gardens of Babylon Made for homesick wife 75 feet above the ground Hydraulic pumps Babylon fell after Nebuchadnezzars death to the Persian Empire Rise of the Persian Empire (559 BC -330 BC) Cyrus Ruled from 559-530/


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