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Hyksos Ruled Egypt from 1640 to 1570 b.c.
Ramses 2 Ramses 2 and a Hittite king later made a treaty that promised " peace and brotherhood between us forever".
Kush Lasted for about one thousand years, between 2000 and 1000 b.c.
Thutmose the third Proved to be a much more like ruler.
Nubia A region of Africa that straddled the upper Nile river.
Meroe Meroe later closer to the Red Sea than Napata did, and so became active in the flourishing trade Africa, Arabia, and India.
Assyria Acquired a large empire around 850 b.c.
King Ashurbanipal Collected more than 20,000 clay tablets from the Fertile Crescent.
Medes They had a combined army around 612 b.c.
King Nebuchadnezzar Restored the city
Chaldeans Burned and leveled Nineveh.
Nineveh King Sennacherib who had burned Babylon also had established Assyria's capital at Nineveh along the Tigris river.
Cyrus Was Persia's king and began to conquer several neighboring kingdoms.
Cambyses Was named after Cyrus's father, expanded the Persian empire by conquering Egypt.
Royal road Ran from Susa in Persia to Sardis in Anatolia, a distance of 1,677 miles.
Zoroaster He was Persian prophet or it was a Persian prophet.
Confucius Born In 551 b.c., Confucius lived in a time when the Zhou dynasty was declined.
Bureaucracy Was a trained civil service, or those who run the government.
Daoism The philosophy of Laozi came to be known as the Daoism.
Qin Dynasty In the third century this dynasty replaced the Zhou dynasty.
Shi Huangdi In 221 b.c., after ruling for over 20 years, the Qin ruler assumed the name Shi Huangdi
Yin and yang The two powers that together represented the natural rhythms of life.
I Ching To solve the ethical or practical problems.
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