war for western civilization

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Jinal Patel Professor Fatemi Western civilization October 5, 2011 War: Egyptians Vs. Hittites A war broke out between the Egyptians and the Hittites in 1300 A.C. The war was for gaining control of the Middle East. The war started when Hyksos Invaded Egypt to provoke the war. As the war went on, the Northern Culture of Hittites flourished in Egypt. The Egyptians won the first attack, but the northern culture remained in terms of new weapons. the Egyptians adapted some of the weapons and chariots of Hittites. To make the Chariot their own, Egyptians brought the Axel from the front to the rear, changed the four spoke to a six spoke wheel, and added U-joint at the front to make it more moveable. Making these changes made the Chariot more stable and useful. The Egyptians Chariot squad consisted of a driver, an archer, and runner. the driver drove the chariot, the archer shot arrows accurately and took down as many Hittites as he can and the runner basically protected the chariot front an attack. 30 years later after losing to Hittites, the
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2011 for the course ENGLISH, H 467 taught by Professor Cordeba during the Spring '11 term at Cornell.

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