HistoryWebsites A brief description of the Hurrian culture Archaeology Atlas. ancient civ. Archaeologists. Artifacts. Book Reviews anatolia. Bronze Age of the ancient civilization of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers of the middle east. http://campus.murraystate.edu/academic/faculty/Bill.Schell/mypage/HistoryWebsite
Extractions: H istory W ebsites Africa African Knowledge Systems African Slave Kingdoms Cultures of Africa-COCC Kings of Dahomey ... Mansa Musa Alternative Scholarship Astounding Ancients Ancient Climate and Catastrophe Immanuel Velikovsky Archive Centuries of Darkness ... Why Graham Hancock is Wrong America ABC-Clio Progressive Era American WWI Propaganda Posters American Native Peoples ... American Women's History Guide Ancient Prehistory Images from Greek Mythology Perseus Project-Tufts University Stone Age Reference Collection ... Chalcolithic Period Art Art History Resources-Witcombe African-Oceanic/New World Art WWI Art Ottoman Miniatures ... 19th Century Political Cartoons Asia Complete History of China Harbrace-Feudal Japan Indian History Asian Studies Virtual Library ... China's World Heretage Sites Costume History Costume Society of America Costume Society of Great Britain World Costume Economy/Sociology Chronology of Money Dead Sociologist Index Hayek Archives Karl Marx. Capital, volume 1 ... Encyclopedia of Ships Europe (Medieval) Halsall's Medieval History Course Annenberg-Middle Ages Medieval Stirrup Controversy Joan of Arc ... Duc de Berry Europe (Modern) Charles I/V Virtual Versailles Louis XIV-Versailles Timeline of the French Revolution ... Christianity and Culture Film and History F ilm as History-History as Fim History in Film.com
Armenia The Ancient World Historical summary from the United States Library of Congress, and from your About.com Guide Archaeology Atlas. ancient civ. Archaeologists. Artifacts. Book Reviews that time extended into anatolia (presentday Asian Turkey) from and Arabs of the middle east. It reached its http://archaeology.about.com/library/atlas/blarmloc2.htm
Extractions: By 30 B.C., Rome conquered the Armenian Empire, and for the next 200 years Armenia often was a pawn of the Romans in campaigns against their Central Asian enemies, the Parthians. However, a new dynasty, the Arsacids, took power in Armenia in A.D. 53 under the Parthian king, Tiridates I, who defeated Roman forces in A.D. 62. Rome's Emperor Nero then conciliated the Parthians by personally crowning Tiridates king of Armenia. For much of its subsequent history, Armenia was not united under a single sovereign but was usually divided between empires and among local Armenian rulers. Data as of March 1994 Data from the Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress under the Country Studies/Area Handbook Program sponsored by the Department of the Army.
Resources On The Ancient Mid-East And Anatolia History 508200 ancient NEAR east (=685200, 563200?) 9, exactly in the middle of this years convention of Cargill article on Website ancient Israel in Western civ Textbooks http://www.syix.com/rfromm/pastors/mideast.htm
Extractions: Ancient Mid-East and Anatolia I am currently working on these. I'll update them with more links as I find time. ABZU (museums with Mid-Eastern collections) (Brandeis U) Biblical Archaeology Biblical Archaeology Review Brooklyn Museum (Africa, Near East collections, etc.) Color Tour of Egypt (nice images) CCER (Computer-Aided Egyptology Research) Egypt WWW Index Egyptian Book of the Dead Egyptian Hieroglyphics ... Facts About Israel (Israeli government) Images of Ancient Iran Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology (Memphis State) Introduction to Ras Shamra (Ugarit, Syria Edinburgh U) Jewish Culture and History Middle East, Rome to Mongol era (Michigan State course) Oriental Institute, U of Chicago Go to other resources on Judaism Shamash: Judaism and Jewish Resources The Splendor of Persia Splendors of Ancient Egypt (virtual museum exhibit) Sumerian Mythology Turkey in Pictures Virtual Jerusalem: The Jewish World From the Heart of Israel Votre nom en hieroglyphes ... What Really Happened at Masada?
History 508:200 ANCIENT NEAR EAST Spr kings Collapse section, 2234), 6d (328 middle para. Cargill article on Websiteancient Israel in Western civ Textbooks 15 anatolia, SAÏTE EGYPT. http://fas-history.rutgers.edu/~jcargill/f01ane.websyl.htm
Extractions: History 508:200 ANCIENT NEAR EAST Spring 2003: Jack Cargill TF 3 (11:30-12:50), Murray Hall 311 (CAC) E-Mail Address email@example.com; Website http://intranet.rutgers.edu/~jcargill Required paperbacks to purchase at New Jersey Books (only): HB Jack CARGILL, Handbook for Ancient History Classes (Paige Press 1997) K Amélie KUHRT, The Ancient Near East, c.3000-330 BC , 2 vols. (Routledge 1997) James PRITCHARD, The Ancient Near East , vol. 1 (Princeton 1958+) James PRITCHARD, The Ancient Near East , vol. 2 (Princeton 1975+) HB is assigned by Sections and/or Parts K , whose pages and chapters are numbered consecutively through both volumes, is assigned mostly by Chapters and Sections (a few assignments break in mid-section, with pages indicated; any assignment that includes Section a of a chapter also includes any material in the chapter that precedes Section a and are assigned by Page numbers (the reader must figure out where an item begins or ends on a given page; when in doubt, read the entire page). Marginal references in and to figures refer to illustrations at the back of each volume that are associated with particular readings: look at these, too. A few figures are mentioned in assignments below, but in general look at
Kura-Araxes Culture A description of the KuraAraxes culture Archaeology Atlas. ancient civ. Archaeologists. Artifacts. Book Reviews in highland regions of anatolia and produced the first bronze Age in Europe, the middle east and the Far east. http://anthropology.about.com/library/glossary/bldef_kuraaraxes.htm
Extractions: Definition: Culture of the Trans-Caucasus area of Armenia and the former Soviet states of Georgia and Azerbaijan, ca. 3500-1500 BC, considered transitional between Early and Middle Bronze Age. Semi-nomadic people who lived in villages in highland regions of Anatolia and produced the first bronze in the region. Also Known As: Early Transcaucasian Related Resources: Archaeology of Armenia
Byzantine Civ southern and eastern Europe , the middle east , and northern were actually descendantsof various ancient peoples and brought his troops into anatolia (334 BC http://mtw.gamercastle.com/Byzantines.htm
Kull's Ancient Empires Site The year is 1200 BC The place is the ancient middle east. of the geographic realitiesof the ancient Near east the scale called for, and anatolia (modern Turkey http://cullivan.com/civ/scenarios/eotba/readme.html
Extractions: The year is 1200 B.C. The place is the Ancient Middle East. It's a time when four large empires are contending for dominance in the Levant region (today's Syria, Israel and Lebanon.) Several of these cultures have existed for thousands of years, their power alternately rising and falling depending on the fortunes of their ruling dynasties. But now, something has changed. A combination of peoples in motion and an innovative new military technology have dramatically altered the old balance of power. It's the end of the Bronze Age and mighty empires are about to crumble! Will yours be one of them?
Connections: Markets & Civilization a natural trade route between anatolia, which had from Europe, Russia, Scandanavia,the Mediterranean and middle east. helping to erode ancient prejudices and http://www.libertystory.net/LSCONNECTMARKETS&CIV.htm
Extractions: of clothmakers (1662) Civilization began with private property. To one degree or another, private property was recognized in all known primitive societies even those having some form of communal property. People owned tools, pottery, land, houses and animals. Private property was transferred and inherited. Consequently, people had a crucial incentive to maintain and improve things. Private property was the basis for markets which go back tens of thousands of years. Long before human beings formed settlements and cultivated land, long before the appearance of governments and organized religions there were markets. They enabled people peacefully to trade their surplus for goods other people developed.
Unit I: THE EMERGENCE OF CIVILIZATIONS TO 500 BCE The idea is part of the middle east Inner The Archaeology and ancient Latvia claimsthat their Archaeological par with Catal Huyuk in anatolia and Jericho. http://www.hist.unt.edu/Faculty/Huddleston/1050/civ-u1b.htm
Extractions: The Emergence of Civilizations to 500 BCE Part II: PROTO-HISTORIC Man, 8000-2400 BCE Neolithic Revolution Rise of Cities Epic of Gilgamesh Gilgamesh Bibliography ... Canaan et al I. The Neolithic Revolution: The Transition to settled living. The idea behind V. Gordon Childe's term, The Neolithic Revolution is that the domestican of plants and animals made settled living and therefore Civilization possible. The idea is part of the , on Pre-Sumerian Mesopotamia. More to the point is Mike Shupp's essay The Current Status of Childe's "Neolithic Revolution" . The subject area is addressed in Lecture Outline ; numbers 1-5 apply to our Unit I. The 321gold: Elliott Wave series FOUNDATIONS OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION is an annotated essay of the phases of development in Mesopotamia and adjacent areas. Be sure to follow the links in the footnotes. For an Old World view see the appropriate chapters in Bret Wallach's Human Geography . The 12,000 YEARS OF ELLIOTT WAVES AND WHAT THIS MEANS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
Notes 2 Mediterranean Sea, trading with Egypt, the middle east, and even on the religiousbeliefs of the ancient Greeks and Persians took the coast of anatolia and a http://www.swcc.cc.sd.us/files/faculty/smorgan/W. Civ I notes sect 2.htm
Extractions: Western Civilization I Greece and the Beginnings of Western Civilization I. The influences of Greece on Western Civilization and Culture A. Our art, literature, political institutions and practices, philosophy, geometry, and the sciences have all been greatly influenced by the Greeks. Modern science has discarded much of their assumptions of how the world works we still use the methods and in part the philosophy they created. Politics : terms, ideas, and basic philosophies of how political systems should operate still are based on Greek ideals. The referendum, recall elections, and even the idea of Democracy are carry-overs from the Greek experience. Perhaps the greatest single area that we still feel Greek influence is Philosophy. The belief that the individual has basic rights and most importantly that he has worth is one of the central themes of Western Culture. Humanitarianism has its roots in Greek philosophy and those cultures affected by Greece and Roman are often far less despotic and far more individualistic than those of Eastern Europe or Asia are However, we must remember that this idea was not solely from the Greeks.
Civ beginning the final collapse of the ancient world order different Muslim groups ofthe middle eastfirst the 1100 they controlled most of anatolia (taken from http://extra.pe.kr/sites/lego/page2/page/civ.htm
Extractions: The new inhabitants were called Anglo-Saxons (from the Angles and Saxons). The Angles gave their name to the new culture (England from Angle-land), and the Germanic language they brought with them, English, replaced the native Celtic and previously imported Latin. Despite further invasions and even a complete military conquest at a later date, the southern and eastern parts of the largest British Isle have been called England (and its people and language English) ever since. In 865 the relative peace of England was shattered by a new invasion. Danish Vikings who had been raiding France and Germany formed a great army and turned their attention on the English. Within 10 years, most of the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms had fallen or surrendered. Only the West Saxons (modern Wessex) held out under Alfred, the only English ruler to be called "the Great." England was divided among the Vikings, the West Saxons, and a few other English kingdoms for nearly 200 years. The Viking half was called the Danelaw ("under Danish law"). The Vikings collected a large payment, called the Danegeld ("the Dane's gold"), to be peaceful. The Danes became Christians and gradually became more settled. In time the English turned on the Danes, and in 954 the last Viking king of York was killed. England was united for the first time under an English king from Wessex.
Introductory Level And General Survey Courses ancient culture of the Near east (Egypt, Mesopotamia, SyroPalestine, anatolia,Iran) from the 239. ancient Near east, 330BC-640AD. middle east History to 1800. http://fhss.byu.edu/history/courses/introductory.html
History Department Curriculum Proposal ancient culture of the Near east (Egypt, Mesopotamia, SyroPalestine, anatolia,Iran) from the 239, ancient Near east, 330BC-640AD. middle east History to 1800. http://fhss.byu.edu/history/courses/HistoryProposal.html
Maps, Geography, And Information Maps of the region of the world to the east of Greece and west of the Indus Valley civilizations. Indus Valley civ. Judea / Israel. Near east. Drama. Gladiator Games and ancient walls. ancient Near east Empires 700-300 distinctions between ancient Near east and middle east. http://ancienthistory.about.com/cs/neareastmaps
Civ Info - Byzantines partially because it lost the plains of anatolia, from which took their name fromByzantium, an ancient city on At their zenith in the middle 7th century, the http://members.tripod.com/~Will_R/aok/aok_civs_byzantines.htm
ResearchH205 middle east. the conquests of Cyrus the Great in the Iranian plateau, Mesopotamia,anatolia and the about the history of the Bronze Age of the ancient Near east http://www.historyrome.com/ResearchH205.html
Extractions: ARCHIVES: RESEARCH ANCIENT CIV H205 RESEARCH ANCIENT HIST SEM (J200) RESEARCH: LAW (J400) This is a file of a course offered in the past. It is presented here for student interest. The links will be updated when the course is offered again. This is a large file please wait about 90 seconds for it to download before making a selection. Introduction General Sites Greece Search/Guides ... Roman Sites INTRODUCTION You are required to plan and complete a research project for this course. The final product should be a paper, 5 pages in length, that includes citations of your sources of information and a bibliography. Consult the site on Writer's Guide for details about thesis, argument, style, and assistance in writing your paper.
BibliogLaw B. ancient Near east Mesopotamia, Egypt, anatolia, Israel. Daube, D. , ancient JewishLaw.1981. Donbaz, V., A middle Babylonian Legal Document Raising Problems http://www.historyrome.com/BibliogLaw.html
Extractions: ARCHIVES: RESEARCH ANCIENT CIV H205 RESEARCH ANCIENT HIST SEM (J200) RESEARCH: LAW (J400) I am very grateful to Professor Bernard Hibbitts, Associate Dean For Communications and Information Technology, University of Pittsburgh School of Law, on whose workby permissionthese bibliographies are based. Professor Hibbitts maintains updated versions of definitive ancient law bibliographies at Ancient Law Readings . See also Professor Hibbitts' valuable Ancient Law Connections General/Comparative /Anthropology of Law Ancient Near East: Mesopotamia, Egypt, Anatolia, Israel