APWH Notes Ch. 3 - Notes Chapter: 3 P Politics I...

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Notes Chapter: 3 P Politics I Intellectual R Religion A Art and Architecture T Technology E Economics S Society Hittites (1700-1200 BCE) Their secret ways of heating and molding ores gave an economic and military advantage . Spoke indo-European language Also adopted cuneiform Horse drawn chariots First to develop technique to makes tools and weaponry Heated and shaped ores Their secret ways of heating and molding ores gave an economic and military advantage . b/w the Tigris and the Euphrates Hatusha-captial (Near Ankara) In Kadesh
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P Politics I Intellectual R Religion A Art and Architecture T Technology E Economics S Society P Politics I Intellectual R Religion A Art and Architecture T Technology E Economics S Society New Kingdom Egypt High level officials dispersed breaking down central authority Hyksos “Princes of foreign lands” took rule of New Kingdom. Unsure of who they were Hyksos had military technology which gave them power over Egyptians. Many people came into rule the delta so they are undure about who the Hyksos are The Hyksos intermarried with the Egyptians and gained control- like Kassites. Kamose and Ahmose mde Hyksos leave. Akhenaten- Amenhotep IV “beneficial of Aten” closed the temples of Amon. Had Egyptians languages /institutions/ cultures Ekwesh- inscriptions Myrrh was used burned at the altars of gods. At capital akhenaten depicted the royals with longs limbs and long heads w/large abdomens. Hyksos had horse drawn chariot, composite bow (wood and horn), Myrrh was used in medicine/cosmetic Akhenaten invented monotheism Horses arrived Timber/gold.copper Had taxes and tribute Made Egypt adopt language and customs Had soldiers, doplomars, merchants, and admins who traveled goods. Ramesses fought Hittites-great victory. Ramesses married Hittite princess for treaty Mari(Syria- Palestine-upper Euphrates. Alalakh –w. Syria
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