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Near East ancient cultures  see also Ancient Egypt, Archaeology: Middle East
Akhenaten's world Alashia, Amurru, Hatti, Kizzuwadna, Kush, Mitanni, Wawat, Abdi-Ashirta, Abdi-Kheba, Abimilki, Aziru, Ribaddi, Shutatarra, Shuttarna II, Suppiluliumas, Tadukhipa, Tushratta
Akkadians Akkadians were semi-nomads in the Near East
Alashia
Ammonites
Amorites around 1900 BC, a group of Semites - Canaanites - called the Amorites - had managed to gain control of most of the Mesopotamian region
Ancient Mesopotamia
Ancient near east
Ancient near eastern art collection of more than seven thousand works of art ranges in date from 8000 B.C. (the Neolithic period) to the Arab conquest and rise of Islam beginning in A.D. 651
Ancient near east chronology
Ancient near east portal a tip
Ancient Phoenicians of Lebanon
Assyrian history
Assyrians located in north Mesopotamia and spans four countries
Babylonian and Egyptian mathematics
Babylonian numerals the Babylonian civilisation in Mesopotamia replaced the Sumerian civilisation and the Akkadian civilisation, ...
Babylonians Babylon of the great Amorite King Hammurabi who ruled at about the time of Abraham’s journey to Israel
Basseri
Cuneiform Sumerians created cuneiform, ...
Hammurabi Hammurabi was the king of the city-state of Babylon. About 1800BC, ...
Hatti
Hellenistic monarchs
Islâm, 622 AD-present
Lost city of Arabia (NOVA)
Lost tribes of Israel an anthropologist looks for the lost city of Africa's Lemba tribe, and investigates their claim to an ancient Jewish heritage
Malays
Media, Persia, Parthia, & Iran
Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia startpage
Mesopotamia Mesopotamian history and culture, Sumerian people, Assyria, Assyrians, Babylon, Babylonians, Ur, Uruk, Gilgamesh, Enkidu, Ishtar, Chaldeans, Amorites, Akkadians, Sargon, Nebuchadnezzar, Semites, Akkad, Akkadians
Mesopotamian mathematics
Nabataeans
Nabataeans
Nabataeans
Ottoman sultans & successors (old people of the middle east), the Balkan problems
Parthian empire
Petra the great temple history of Petra and the Nabataeans
Phoenicians
Tell Tuneinir Syria
The Code of Hammurabi
The Code of Hammurabi Law Code of Hammurabi (1780 B.C.)
The Code of Hammurabi
The Code of Hammurabi the Code of Hammurabi is the longest surviving text from the Old Babylonian period
The Code of Hammurabi the Code of Hammurabi is one of the earliest known examples of human laws being defined and written down in an orderly way, ...
The Ottoman sultâns, 1290-1924 AD, maps and list of emperors
Theft of Assyrian artifacts 701 B.C. from Nineveh
Ziggurats
Ziggurats a ziggurat is a temple tower of the ancient Mesopotamian valley and Persia (Iran), having the form of a terraced pyramid, ...
Ziggurats of Mesopotamia
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