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Hyksos Ruled Egypt from about 1640 to 1750 B.C.
Sea Peoples Invaders that may of included the philistines who are mentioned in the Hebrew bible
Egypt's empire fades After all the invasions Egypt never recovered its previous power
Libyans Adopted Egypt's religion instead of making their own
Kush Lasted for about 1,000 years between 2000 and 1000 B.C
Nubia Lay south of Egypt between he first contract of the Nile, an area of churning rapids, and the division of the of the river into the Blue Nile and White Nile
Sennacherib Destroyed 89 cities and 820 villages, burned babylon and ordered most of its people to be killed.
Nineveh Great walled city about three miles long and a mole wide
Ashurbanipal Collected more than 20,000 clay tablets from throughout the Fertile Crescent
Nebuchadnezzar The king that restored Babylon
Medes Along with Chaldeans and others burned and leveled Nineveh
Chaldeans Made babylon their Capitol around 600 B.C
Cyrus Persia's king conquered many neighboring kingdoms
Darius A noble of the ruling dynasty began hep is career as a member of the kings bodyguard
Cambyses Expanded the Persian empire by conquering Egypt
Royal Road Ran from Susa in Persia to Sardis in Anatolia distance of 16,77 miles
satrap A governor who ruled locally
Manichaeism A religious system that competed with early Christianity for believers
Confucius China's most influential scholar
filial piety Respect for parents and ancestors
bureaucracy A trained civil service or those who run the government
Daoism The philosophy of Laozi
Legalism Hanfeizi and Li Si were among the founders
I Ching A book of oracles
Qin Dynasty Replaced Zhou dynasty
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