Cities of early Mesopotamia

Cities of early Mesopotamia was by structures such as the Hanging Gardens, Tower of Babel, Sumers and Babylon city. The Sumers had a levi system which helped water travel throughout Mesopotamia. The Babylon built and designed the Hanging Garden.

River Valley Civilizations PowerPoint Bundle

River Valley Ancient Civilizations PowerPoint & Guided Notes Bundle

An amazing time and money-saving bundle of 4 beautiful PowerPoints on each of the early river valley civilizations: Mesopotamia, Egypt, the Indus River, and Yellow River Valley!

Sometimes, one simple picture can tell you more about history than any story you might read or any document you might analyze.

Sometimes, one simple picture can tell you more about history than any story you might read or any document you might analyze. these pictures are awesome.<< history is fucked up

Map of Mesopotamia

Map of Mesopotamia Mesopotamia was the cradle of civilization. This spot was perfect because it was near canals which is good for drinking, transportation and trade. The climate was hot so it was very good to grow crops.

~ 9 minutes of video gives a basic history of the Fertile Crescent, contributions of the Sumerians, and how the earliest civilizations lived.

1 geography Fertile Crescent ~ 9 minutes of video gives a basic history of the Fertile Crescent, contributions of the Sumerians, and how the earliest civilizations lived.

The Fertile Crescent: A brief video on the history of Mesopotamia

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Ancient Civilizations of the Fertile Crescent: Mesopotamia - map of the Fertile Crescent, good explanation of timeline of rulers in this time/area

Later Babylonian & Assyrian. Seated King with scepter.  Note the chair has a relatively high back and the legs have stretchers between them.  The legs have also been turned, which indicates they had tools available for use.  The figures hair is decorated, his feet rest on a stool and in his left had is some kind of container.

HISTORIC CONNECTIONS - Mesopotamia - We aim to bring history alive for you.Interactive Archaeology kits for schools, Ancient Armour, Replica antiquities.Biblical Archaeology, church resources, Genuine and reproduction manuscripts and much more.

Territories lost by the Ottoman Empire in the Middle East before World War I

What the Middle East looked like in 1914 This is a pivotal year, during the Middle East's gradual transfer from 500 years of Ottoman rule

human headed winged bull from Khorsabad, Mesopotamia (16 feet tall!), that once stood in the throneroom of the palace of the Assyrian King Sargon II.

Human headed winged bull from Khorsabad, Mesopotamia feet tall), that once stood in the throneroom of the palace of the Assyrian Moor, King Sargon II.

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