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Lauren Evans

Chapter 4

TermDefinition
Hyksos A group of nomadic invaders from Southwest Asia who ruled Europe from 1640 to 1570 B.C.
Dynasty A series of rulers from a single family
Thutmose III “proved to be a much more warlike ruler. In his eagerness to ascend to the throne, Thutmose III may even have murdered Hatshepsut”
Nubia “a region of Africa that straddled the upper Nile River. ”
Ramses II “The pharaoh Ramses II (RAM•seez) and a Hittite king later made a treaty that promised “peace and brotherhood between us forever.”
Kush “which lasted for about a thousand years, between 2000 and 1000 b.c.”
Assyria “For a time, this campaign of conquest made Assyria the greatest power in Southwest Asia.
Sennacherib “bragged that he had destroyed 89 cities and 820 villages, burned Babylon, and ordered most of its inhabitants killed.
Nineveh “along the Tigris River.”
Ashurbanipal “collected more than 20,000 clay tablets from throughout the Fertile Crescent. ”
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