Humanistic Traditions Notes September 13

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Humanistic Traditions Notes September 13 Ibri/Abiru/Hapiru/Hebrews Nomadic, refugees, migrant people 2000 BCE to escape Akkadians 1. Hebrews originated in Mesopotamia prior to 2000 BCE 2. Migrated to Canaan/Palestine and possibly Egypt (after 1700 BCE), later settled near Dead Sea 3. Tribal group developed into a political state about 1000 bce – carried “sacred space” with them 4. Israel splits into kingdoms of Judah (south) and Israel (north) 5. Israel falls to Assyrians (722 bce)
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Unformatted text preview: Technology: iron weapons and power Violent and imperialistic – conquered Mesopotamian region Hybrid beasts as propaganda, intimidation 6. Judea falls to Babylon – Job: “keep the faith and all will be restored” 7. Persians conquer Babylon (and whole Mesopotamian region) release Hebrew “captives” and fund rebuilding. Persia = monotheistic, like the Hebrews Judaic architecture 8. 2 nd temple (516 bce) 9. Romans destroyed it in 70 ce...
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