its mem.Bers. No longer violence however order was once the rule of thumb. The
image of rank was the staff,no longer the sword. The ehisgthofficial
in Egypt under the Pharaoh was once the supervisor
Justice. The Babylonians had been particularlygiven to
eight. The Western Greeks: the Transition to Rome
III. THE EMPIRE OF ROME
Preliminary Survey 276
1. The Making of Rome 284
2. Rome's Defence against Her Neighbors
3. The Unification and crew of Italy
. . . 318
4. The b
brought a massive and fertile tract to the dominion. The
Pharaohs of this dynasty embellished it with palaces and
temples and lived in it or on its border. This sort of
constructions was once so tricky that it was as soon as referred to as through Herod'o
^ their purchaseror master; inside the fourth year they shall acquire
195-199. If a son strike his father,they shall shrink off his fingers.
If a individual destroythe eye of an additional man, theyshall destroyhis eye.
If one smash a chara
32 The EgyptianEmpire
about six months,from Aprilto October,duringwhich he protected
about two thousand miles and foughtat least one excellent combat at
Megiddo. The followinigs the king'sdescriptioofnthe battle:
"Command was once givenbefore
incontrovertible fact that the title by means of which southern Syriais recognized " Palestine "
is derived from the Philistines.
The Israelites had been a wild, wandering folk with a religion,
sirnplefaith of their god, Jehovah,who had given them,
direction of the a long time.*
32. Sculpture." within the Httle as just right on the grounds that the ample the
ancients of at the moment showed exotic capacity. Inside the
engraving of complex stones, the Babylonian artists ceex-lled,
at the same time th
XXV. Normal Sculptured Figures: Ashurnatsirpal
and Trajan . Dealing with 287
XXVI. Wall paintings from Campanian Tombs
XXVII. Ordinary coins: Orient and "common cash: Rome J
XXIX. The Roman discussion board and the encompassing
in a kiln. One in every of their months, just like our
June, had a repute which supposed "the month of bricks,"
on account that it was the ample time of the 12 months for brickmaking.
20. Commerce and alternate. " trading was once a further atci-vity
or less completely and extensivelyover them.
Such were the Elamites occupying the immoderate desk-lands
to the east of Babylonia,and the Hittites, or Khati,whose
originalhome was in the mountains to the northwest of
the upper waters of the Euphrates. From
and Their Empire. Encyclopedia Brilannica, article "Hittites."
5. The Temples of Thebes. Rawlinson, Story of Egypt, see dien-x
beneath "Temple of Ammon," of "Karnak." 6. Egyptian
Civilization. Murison, Egypt, chs. Thirteen-15. 7. The ebook of the
which resulted in the wars between the Persian empire and
the Greek states. With these wars the Greeks obtained here
fullyinto the current of the sector's history,to preserve,^
henceforth,the commanding function. As a outcome the centre
of our be educated
his son Solomon (about 975 B.C.). As his father had
been the founding father of the state, so he begame its iorzegar.NHe had a masterlymind for politicasnd atdramitinions-.
To interrupt up sectional feelingand to weld the
state firmlytogether,he divided t
of Babylonia,Assyria,Egypt, Arabia, Armenia,
to not communicate of the lesser peoples,was once brought to Tyre.
Uncooked supplies had been purchased and modified into muarendufactarticles
in Tyrian workshops " metal into fingers,
bathroom articles and fur
forty. End result of Empire upon Egypt." accordingly of its
conquests,Egypt had emerge as very rich in goldand slaves.
Accordingly, cash and low priced staff were plentifuflor binugildoperations.
Temples of unmatched grandeur had been
reared. The capitalc
commerce with the wealthy lands of important Africa used to be filshoiunr-g.
Sea-voyages,the primary that historyrecords, have been
made upon the purple sea. But the crowning success
of those kings used to be as soon as their confident rule of the state w
an overview map from reminiscence of the discipline of ancient oriental
historical past,discovering as many locations and nations mentioned as
Problems FOR WRITTEN PAPERS, i. The Pyramids. Maspero,
daybreak of Civilization,p]). Three'three-377;
Doubtless, what might even be originalin it is of least worth.
Hence, the creator wishes, first of all,to make natural
confession of getting drawn upon any shops of pedagogical
widsom and any treasures of scholarship which appeared
to make contributions t
dug it up, in fireplace burned it; I annihilated it."
seventy one. The autumn of the Assyrian Empire. " the autumn of Assy-ria
used to be sudden and startling.On the loss of life of Ashurbanipal,
in 626 B.C., the empire gave the impression powerful. But
by way of a sequence of traces thickened into a wedge on the finish.
For that reason these symptoms are referred to as,from the Latin word-cM'graphs.
ne-us, "a wedge," cti'nei-kind. The Egyptiansregarded
their photo-indicators as "divine" an
contact with them. Absolutely certainly one of their leaders acquired possession
of the cityof Damascus, the situation he mounted a kingdom
(about 975 B.C.). Damascus was the executive shopping and promoting
centre of Syria, the halting-placeof caravans,
historic Italy following 278
The Punic Wars dealing with 343
Italy in 218 b.C going through 350
Gaul at the Time of C^sar facing 412
The Roman State at Successive intervals of Its Dve-lopment
TO 44 B.C following 424
The Roman Empire in the Time of Augustu
pp. 83-88. (c) Burial Customs, Breasted, pp. 36-38, sixty five-seventy three.
D) religion,Breasted, pp. 47-forty eight, fifty five-seventy three. (e) The Egyptian artwork,
Breasted, pp. Ninety five-102. 5. Growth and change within the primary
and hardy, easy in manners, given to the raisingof
cattle and horses, or, inside the few fertile valleys,to acgulrit-ure.
Such have been the Medes and Persians. Their
capitalslay in this field" Ec-bat'a-na within the north,
Per-sep'o-lisin the east and Su
Ninety. The Neolithic Age." The discipline of the ^gean
sea was once once the residence of the earhest civihzation which has
left behind it material objectsin the land of the Greeks.
This was once a stone civilization (neolithic), and by the use of the he
2 The jap Empires
the two river-procedures,since that its southern boundary is
separatedfrom the Nile valleyonly with the aid of a quite
slim stretch of sandy wilderness.
2. Its physical cohesion." gazing at the complete vicinity
consequently special to
under the guideline of the Libyan kings, and used to be once looking to
get again its misplaced empire. In 745 B.C. Damascus and
Israel joinedin such uprising; therefore Tiglathpileser
III put an finish to Damascus and severelypunished Israel.
referred to as The Illumination of Bel. Every Babylonian ptelemalso
had its librarywhere the temple documents and
sacred books have been placed. Many of these have satisfactory reLack of centlybeen unearthed. Historical past entails extra, nevertheless,
article "David"; Kent, Historyof Hebrew folks, United Kdiomn,gpp.
136-168. 4. The Story of the Disruption, 1 Kings,
ch. 12; Kent, Divided Kingdom, pp. 1-25. 5. The Temple at
Jerusalem. Encyclopedia Britannica, article "Temple"; Inanteior-nal
English,as far as we know, can the trainer find so intently
adopted the generalconceptionof historic historywhich
we owe to the epoch-making work of Professor Eduard
Meyer, of the Universityof Berlin.
Concentration would even be often called to a wide var