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The Persians & the Greeks
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From whom did the Mesopotamian kings claim their power originated?
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Primary Source Analysist: The History of the Peloponnesian War
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Thucydides wrote about
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What is a theory? A theory is an attempt to explain something. Like other disciplines,
history also utilizes theories to explain things. It is important to remember that no one
theory will completely explain all historical events com
DEFINITION AND RELEVANCY
Is history your favorite subject? Many of you will probably say NO. Some of the reasons that have
been given by students for disliking history include: not seeing the connection between history and
present-day life, it has
THE PERSIANS AND THE GREEKS
THE PERSIAN EMPIRE (C.550BC 333BC)
The Persian Empire was built by their greatest king, Cyrus who ruled 550BC529BC. Cyrus conquered Asia Minor, including the Greek city states on the west
coast. Next he conquered Mesopotamia
History begins with written records. The time before there were any written records is
referred to as prehistory or prehistoric times. The first written records developed about
3500BC with the beginning of civilization. Thus there is
The Romans built an empire that at its height stretched from Mesopotamia to
Britain and from North Africa to modern-day Germany. It included a million
square miles and a million people. It was, without a doubt, the greatest empire
the world had eve
The Greek historian, Herodotus, described Egypt as the gift of the Nile. In deed, he
was right. Egypt would never have existed had it not been for the Nile River. The Nile
allowed for this oasis in the middle of the desert. The Nile, of
MESOPOTAMIA THE LAND BETWEEN RIVERS
Mesopotamia was located between two rivers, the Euphrates on the west and the Tigris
on the east. It was the Ancient Greeks who first called this land Mesopotamia. Many
different civilizations would inhabit this land