Babylon : A Captivating Guide to the Kingdom in Ancient Mesopotamia, starting from the Akkadian Empire to the Battle of Opis against Persia, including Babylon Mythology and the Legacy of Babylonia / [print]Material type: TextSeries: Captivating HistoryPublication details: [Unknown] : Independently Published, (c)2019.Description: 104 pages : 24 cmContent type:
- DS71.C378.B339 2019
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Includes bibliographical references.
Introduction ; The Land of the Babylonians ; Life, Culture, and Gender Roles Throughout the Years ; Where Superstition meets Science ; Babylonia Before the Babylonians ; The Amorite Dynasty or the First Babylonians ; The First Fall of Babylon and the Rise of the Kassites ; Assyrian Domination and Rule, 911-619 BCE ; The Neo-Babylonian Empire ; The Persian Conquest and Hellenistic Period ; Religion, Mythology, and the Creation Myths ; The Short Version of the Biblical Babylonians ; Conclusion - The Legacy of the Babylonians.
The Babylonian influence upon its successors and even modern society knows no bounds. One of the leading civilizations of Mesopotamia, the Babylonians provided the fundamentals of mathematics, agriculture, architecture, metallurgy, and other influential and necessary fields required to develop other great civilizations such as the Greeks, Romans, and even contemporary nations like China and the United States. Without them, no neoteric world could exist. AMAZON ~ Link to source of summary:
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