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Exam #2 Compact Guide

Exam #2 Compact Guide - CLAR 241 Exam#2 Compact Guide...

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CLAR 241 – Exam #2 Compact Guide Assyrian Colony Period in Anatolia (1960-1740) o Kanesh=site, Karum=trading colony o Animal shaped rhyton from here o Stone moulds Old Babylonian Period (1894-1595) o Hammurabi (1792-1750) o Zimrilim of Mari (1782-1759) o Babylon sacked by Hittites in 1595 Hittite Old Kingdom (18 th -15 th centuries) o Mursilis I (sacks Babylon) Hittite Empire (14 th -13 th centuries) o Tudhaliya IV (1250-1220) o Fortifications and gate buildings (Lion, Sphinx, and King’s gate) o Citadel (Buyukkale) o Temple I (Storm God Hatti and Sun Goddess Arinna) o Alaca Hoyuk orthostates o Hattusha destroyed around 1200 Middle Assyrian Period (1500-1000) o Relief of vegetation god from Assur o Altar of Tukulti-Ninurta I (1244-1208) from Assur o Broken Obelisk from Nineveh Late or Neo-Assyrian Period: The Empire (1000-612) o Assurnasirpal II (883-859) (founder of Empire) Northwest Palace at Nimrud Founders Stele Wall reliefs Standard inscription Shows foreigners coming to see him Griffin men Three chariot hunting images
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