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The Ancient Middle East, Part 3—The Iron Age. 3A. The Hittites & the Beginning of the Iron Age. Hittite Empire. Present Day Turkey. Hattusas. Hattusas: Capital of the Hittites. Hattusas – Lion’s Gate. Hittite Chariots & Warriors. Hittite Writing. A Balance of Power: 1200 BCE.

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The Ancient

Middle East, Part 3—The Iron Age


3A. The Hittites

& the

Beginning of

the Iron Age


Hittite Empire

Present Day Turkey


Hattusas


Hattusas: Capital of the Hittites


Hattusas – Lion’s Gate


Hittite Chariots & Warriors


Hittite Writing


A Balance of Power: 1200 BCE


The Battle of Kadesh

Ramses II at Kadesh

Treaty of Kadesh


3B. The

Phoenicians:

Transmitters

of Civilizations


Phoenician Sea Routes


A Phoenician Bireme Ship


The “Royal Purple” Dye


Phoenician City of Byblos:“Home of the Alphabet”


Phoenician Alphabet


Carthage: Phoenicia’s Mightiest Colony


3C. The

Assyrian

Empire


The Assyrian Empire


Assyrian Military Power

Assyrian soldiers carrying away the enemy’s gods.


Jewish Captives: 8c BCE


Babylon under the Chaldeans


Nebuchadnezzar II’s Babylon


Ishtar Gate


Hanging Gardensof Babylon?


Israelites in Captivity


Alexander the Great & the Hellenization of the Near East


The Great Library at Alexandria.Egypt


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