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Cassidy Riley

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Hyksos Ruled Egypt from 1640bc to 1570bc. These were the asiatic invaders who shook Egypt.
New Kingdom 1570bc to 1075bc. Was made of broken kingdoms forming back into one.
Hatshepsut Was the pharaoh of Egypt in about 1472bc.
Thutmose 3 Hatshepsuts stepson. Lead advances eastward into Syria and Canaan. Died in 1425bc
Nubia A region of Africa that straddles the upper Nile river
Ramses 2 The pharaoh and Hittite king. Promised peace and brotherhood between us forever
Kush The Nubian kingdom
Piankhi The Kushite king who overthrew the Libyan dynasty
Meroe Center of the kush dynasty 250bc - 150 ad
Assyria A southwest Asian kingdom from about 850bc to 612bc
Sennacherib The Assyrian king that destroyed 89 cities and 890 villages
Medes A southwest Asian people who helped destroy the Assyrian empire
Chaldeans A southwest Asian people who helped destroy the Assyrian empire
Hyksos Ruled Egypt from 1640bc to 1570bc. These were the asiatic invaders who shook Egypt.
New Kingdom 1570bc to 1075bc. Was made of broken kingdoms forming back into one.
Hatshepsut Was the pharaoh of Egypt in about 1472bc.
Thutmose 3 Hatshepsuts stepson. Lead advances eastward into Syria and Canaan. Died in 1425bc
Nubia A region of Africa that straddles the upper Nile river
Ramses 2 The pharaoh and Hittite king. Promised peace and brotherhood between us forever
Kush The Nubian kingdom
Piankhi The Kushite king who overthrew the Libyan dynasty
Meroe Center of the kush dynasty 250bc - 150 ad
Assyria A southwest Asian kingdom from about 850bc to 612bc
Sennacherib The Assyrian king that destroyed 89 cities and 890 villages
Medes A southwest Asian people who helped destroy the Assyrian empire
Chaldeans A southwest Asian people who helped destroy the Assyrian empire
Nebuchadnezzar A Chaldean king who restored babylon
Cyrus Persian king. Controlled empire that span 2000 miles.
Cambyses Cyrus's son. Conquered Egypt and scorned their religion.
Darius Successor to Cambyses. Took the throne in 522bc
Satrap A locally ruling governor
Royal road Runs from Susa in Persia to Sardis in Anatolia a distance of 1677 miles
Zoroaster A Persian prophet, who taught the world is a battleground
Nineveh Assyrians Capitol
Ashurbanipal King who collected more than 20000 clay tablets throughout the Fertile Crescent
Confucius Confucius was born born 551bc and was the leader of Confuciusism
Filial piety Respect shown by children for their parents and elders
Bureaucracy A system of departments and agencies or de to carry out the work of government.
Daoism A philosophy based on the Chinese thinker laozi. Who thought people should be taught by the dao
Legalism A Chinese political philosophy based on the idea that a highly efficient and powerful government is the key to social order.
I Ching A book of oracles
Ying and yang Two powers that together represent the natural rhythms of life.
Shi Huangdi Ruler of the Qin dynasty for 20+ years
Autocracy A system where the government has unlimited power and uses it in an arbitrary manner
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