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18-29 Mesopotamia

Social Studies

TermDefinition
Sargon Ruler of the Akkadians Empire. He was the first ruler to teach his soldiers to fight in a tight formation. Shields in front spears right behind them. He create a organised way to fight.
Hammurabi Ruler of the Babylonian Empire. Created to preserve order between what used to be different city-states and to unify his empire. He created roads and a postal service. He created the earliest and most complete laws.
Nebuchadrezzar II Ruler of the Assyrian Empire. He perfected using horses and iron or sharp weapons during battle and he used towers to climb over the walls and attack from the top and made battle rams to knock down the city walls. We still us battle rams
Abraham first leader of Hebrew people, leading them through the Fertile Cresent into Canaan. they believed in one god (monotheisim).
Moses Jews lived in Canaan until a famine struck / drove them into Egypt in search of food. Egyptians enslaved the Jews >400 years. New leader led them out of Egypt. He was raised in Pharaoh's Palace. Wandered deserts for 40 years before settling in Canaan.
Fertile Cresent Canaan was in this the Hebrews lives on the western part of this.
Mesopotamia Hammurabi created roads and postal service there and 282 unified laws there.
Sumer poeple that lived there created irrigation systems with leeves, canals, dams, reservoirs. Because 1/4 of there year ws flouds and 3/4 of there year was droughts so to keep some water they created leeves, canals, dams, reservoir these were the first.
Babylon Hammurabi's capital of Bab
Canaan The Hebrew lived for many years. Both Moses and Abraham brought the hebrews here.
Mount Sinai according to the Bible and Torah, Moses received the 10 Commandments from God at Mount Sinai.
Jerusalem it is the modern capital of Israel and the birthplace of Judaism
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