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Earliest signs of Mesopotamian civilization detected(10000 BC)
The first cities appear in Mesopotamia. They used irrigation canals to water their crops(5000 BC).
First signs of Amorites invading Mesopotamia(2400 BC)
Writing was invented in 3200 BC, making keeping records a lot easier.
The wheel was invented in 3500 BC, revolutionizing how goods were transported.
Alexander the Great conquered the Persians in 331 BC, making his empire one of the largest of all time.
The Akkadians are the first empire to rule over Mesopotamia(2300-2100 BC).
The Assyrians ruled using force and cruelty, and only relied on its army to keep order(1365-609 BC).
The Babylonians were a powerful empire that used the first code of law to keep order in the kingdom(1792-529 BC).
The Persians built one of the biggest kingdoms in history, with the area spanning 5.5 square kilometers(550-330 BC)!
Sumer, though technically an empire, was very successful, and they also invented a lot of different things, such as writing(5000-1750 BC).
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