September 30, 2020
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Rishi Narendra Kumar
⟶ Updated 2 Dec 2018 ⟶
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The Chaldeans controlled Babylon after a series of bloody battles, and used prisoners for slaves. Nebuchadnezzar (the king) rebuilt the city in grand style to create a system that would have a positive feedback loop in its economy. Yet, with all of the organization, the Persians had conquered them during 539 B.C.
The Sumerians started as Agrarians settling near the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, and split into city-states that were fought over control.
The Phoenicians were Sea Traders, whom built multiple sedentary villages along the Mediterranean Sea. They had created the first alphabet, purple dye, and even glass blowing. They lived roughly 2500 years, after surrendering to Alexander the Great.
The Akkadians were citizens of the city-states of Sumer, conquered by Sargon, creating the Akkadian Empire. Although, as Sargon dies, the empire falls along.
Hammurabi, the sixth king, won control over all of Mesopotamia, turning Babylon into an important trade center, with the Code of Hammurabi (Laws).
From Agrarians settled on the city banks, to fierce warriors; Assyrians were the firstto develop advanced military strategies and a library to satisfy there academic hobbies. Yet, these fierce group of warriors were overthrown by the Chaldeans.
The Persians, originally typical agrarians, were conquered by Mesopotamians. This raged Cyrus, who lead attacks on the Mesopotamians, and others.Cyrus organized attacks on Mesopotamia, Anatolia, Canaan, Egypt, India, and parts of southeastern Europe. They had an organized economy that used high levels of transportation with multiple sedentary cities/villages connected by roads; until Alexander the Great conquered Persia in the 4th century.
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