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Jeffrey wright

Chapter 4

Hyksos He ruled Egypt from 1640 to 1570 B.C.
New kingdom It was sought to strengthen Egypt by building an empire.
Hatshepsut She declared herself as pharaoh in 1472 B.C.
Thutmose III Was a much more warlike ruler.
Nubia A region of Africa that straddled the upper Nile River.
Kush Lasted for about a thousand years from 2000 and 1000 B.C.
S2 Assyria He acquired a large empire.
Sennacherib He was a ruler that bragged that he had destroyed 89 cities and 820 villages, burned Babylon, and ordered most of its inhabitants killed.
Nineveh It is right along the Tigris River.
Ashurbanipal Collected more than 20,000 clay tables from throughout the Fertile Crescent.
The Empire Crumbles After the last mighty kind's of Assyrain the empire had fell.
Nebuchadnezzar He restored the city.
S3 Cyrus Persian king, that conquered several neighboring kingdoms.
Cambyses Expanded the Persian empire.
Royal road Was a road the Persians invented that was 1,677 miles.
Zoroaster Lived around 600B.C.
Satrap Governor that ruled locally.
Darius A noble of ruling dynasty.
S4 Confucius He lived in at time when the Zhou Dynasty was in decline.
Laozi The first philosopher of Daosim.
Yin and Yang Was a symbol of two powers that represent the natural rhythms of life.
I Ching Is to solve ethical or practical problems.
Daosim Search of knowledge and understanding of nature.
Legalism Was so that the ruler should give rich rewards to the ones who carried out their duties well.
Created by: Jeffrey_wright