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8.) NEW KINGDOM EGYPT a. Expansion of power i. Control of Nubia lasts 100 years b. Hatshepsut – served as regent for her young son i. Thutmosis III (1479 BCE) c. Expansion into Levant i. Battle of Megiddo – first recorded chariot battle (Egyptian victory and extension of control in Palestine ii. Ramses II – expansion of chariot warfare Anatolia and the Rise of the Hittites 1.) Easy to traverse – promoted herding 2.) Settlements – adopt pastoral, agriculture, and urban commercial centers a. Fortified – engaged in regional warfare 3.) THE OLD AND NEW HITTITE KINGDOMS (1800 – 1200 BCE) a. Hattusilis I – unified the Hittites i. Marched against northern Syria, Mesopotamia – Babylon b. Supplilulimua I – Qadesh Mesopotamia 1.) Climate Change and Invasions a. Did not use chariots 2.) NOMADIC AND TRANSHUMANT MIGRATION TO MESOPOTAMIAN CITIES a. Amorites i. Worked as part of the urban fabric – did have few political rights within the

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