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Assyria was a Semitic Kingdom and Empire on the northern parts of the Mesopotamian valley, and worshiped as polytheists in the Mesopotamian pantheon. They were renowned and feared for their military prowess and brutality. Today the Assyrian people remain as a minority in Syria, Iraq, and Turkey as a Christian minority.
Many farmers in the ancient world would count on rain to watertheir crops until harvest time. But this natural didn't work in theland between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. There, rain wasscarce. For most of the year, the land between the rivers isscorched by the sun. The clay soil bakes so hard...
His name was Hannibal Barca and no he was not assyrian he was carthaginian he was famous because he marched into italy through the alps in mid winter and beat the romans at the river ticino, river Trebia, lake Trasimene, and Cannae before being beates by Publius Cornelius Scipio or Scipio Africanus...
Ashur-uballit II. At the time he came to the "throne" in 612BCE Nineve had just fallen. He tried to reconquer the kingdom, initially with some small successes in battle, but lost those conquests in 609. After 605 there are no further records of him. It's not known if he died in battle or just...
Assyria was conquered by Babylonia.
From about 1900 B.C. to 600 B.C. Assyria expanded its territory.
the special thing about the assyrian empire was they were so strong they iron the #1 weapons back in the days
Through an efficient system of communication and a rapid transit of military and government personnel.the well-maintained roads helped the transit however later they established staging post equipped with fresh horses to carry out the kings message
No. Italy has never been owned by a Middle eastern nation. The greatest extent of the Assyrians included Mesopotamia, Syria, Judaea, and possibly Egypt (I'm not sure about Egypt). This is just from memory though so I might be a bit off.
Shlama alokh (saying hello to a boy) Shlama alakh (saying hello to a girl)
Shalmaneser V conquered the kingdom of Israel in 723 BC
Phoenicians    Answer:   Our tradition states that Hebrew was the language with which God  created the world (Rashi commentary, Genesis 2:23, quoting the  midrash); and it is the language with which He gave the Torah.    Since it was considered a holy language and was used for prayer...
People in the Assyrians were treated harshly and others wanted to  fight against them   They banded to get stronger to fight them because they knew that  the Assyrians were stronger than they were alone.
  The Israelites were never freed from Assyrian captivity. They adapted their religious beliefs to those of their captors and gradually blended into the culture that surrounded them, losing their ethnic identity. Their modern-day descendants are probably among the Iraqis, Syrians and other...
No. The Northern Kingdom of Israel fell in 722 BCE. The Southern  Kingdom of Judah suffered immensely from Assyrian attacks with over  20 major towns and cities leveled, but the capital of Jerusalem was  able to withstand the Assyrian siege. It is unclear  (archaeologically) why Judah was not...
there inventions, there innovation there math and astronomy, inventions like the iron weapon, the transportation use of the wheel and trade networks
no, they weren't able to get iron hot enough.
  Because they weren't being righteous. People tend to remember God when they are having trouble, but not so much when everything's going wonderfully.
Assyria had two different capitols during its time as a kingdom.  The first capitol was Assur, the city for which Assyria was named.  The second capitol was Nineveh.
they conquered the babylionians
Ashur is the Hebrew, Aramaic, and Arabic term for Assyria.
building great cities such as Ninevah, accumulating an impresseive  library, produces finely carved and the Assyrians were great in the  making of weaponry
Assyria was a very important civilization
there were mountains, rivers, oceans, plauteus, valleys.
Assyria was amajor Mesopotamian East Semitic kingdom, and often empire, of theAncient Near East, existing as an independent state for a period ofapproximately nineteen centuries from c. 2500 BC to 605 BC,spanning the Early Bronze Age through to the late Iron Age. For afurther thirteen centuries,...
still the assyrian people now they name it zooza.i believe is the  same.
they made them because they wanted decorations :D
They were taken over first by Babylon and then Persia.
They're both located in the Middle East. Both of these countries have a very warm, dry climate with deserts.
Assyrian, Babylonian and Sumerian cuneiform tablets
Because the Babylonians and Assyrians got in a war but sadly Babylonians won barely
Commiting atrocities on their captives
The Assyrians treated people badly, the used to punish people for simple things. The laws were very very harsh. That's why people band together to fight the Assyrians.By...............Sadia Laisa
they both ran an empire they were both rulers and cruel
Those lands are the lands that now occupy modern Iraq, most of  Syria and the northern part of Arabia. The First great civilization  was the Sumerian then the Assyrians. After their fall, it was the  Akkadian followed by the Babylonians. Have that order memorized.  That is going to help you...
well pretty is the same as beautiful in assyrian, so its - sha-pir-tah :)
NIN-uh-vuhwhere nin is like in ninjauh is like "a" in a horse, a sock, a tournamentvuh rhymes with uh (above)
Sennacherib was a wanton murderer who sanctioned the leveling and  razing of cities, the torture, flagellation, mutilation, and  desecration of both living and dead, and the deportation of  hundreds of thousands if not millions of subjects of conquered  kingdoms. If he were alive today, he would...
The library helped to preserve learning for future generations. Their library was filled with clay tablets full of literature and other works collected from all over empire
According to the bible, the Israelites from the northern kingdom  were deported to Assyria by the Assyrian king and placed in Halah  and Habor, on the river of Gozan and in the cities of the Medes.  Josephus and Jerome later tell us that they remained there for  hundreds of years, under...
The environment in Assyria is conducive and had different climate  patterns It has annual rainfall and the temperature is cool most  times of the year.
At its height, Assyria controlled all four major Middle East Rivers, the Tigris, Euphrates, Jordan, and Nile Rivers. However, its capital Nineveh was on the Tigris River and the Assyrian Empire controlled that river for the longest period of time.
The Assyrian language as you call it does not exist. The Ancient Assyrians are extinct and the language they spoke was Akkadian.The people that call themselves Assyrian today are actually of Aramean heritage and the language they all speak is forms of Aramaean/Aramaic and nothing else.
Answer 1 There were two main reasons that Assyrians engaged in this practice. Note also that the Assyrians were not the only civilization that did this, they just did it more barbarically than most. 1) People-Land Connection: In the Ancient Period, people felt a strong connection to land upon which...
  yonan, younan, youkhana, oshana.
In the early ninth century BCE, Damascus and Israel were under the effective control of Assyria, but a rebellion by an impressive coalition led by Israel defeated the Assyrian army at the battle of Qarqar in 853 BCE. Interestingly, the overthrow of the Omrite dynasty in 843 BCE, described in the...
  The ancient Assyrians conquered Babylonia, Egypt, and Israel.   Answered by: QWERTY
mga naiambag ng mga assyrian
the library the chariots and the paved roads
The Assyrian Empire ruled in the Middle East from about 2000 BC to 612BC. It was centred on Mesopotamia (roughly modern day Iraq) and at times included all or parts of modern day Kuwait, Jordan, Israel/Palestine, Syria, The Lebanon, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Turkey, Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan....
Scholars are somewhat uncertain about David - whether he existed, whether he was a tribal chieftain or king of Judah, or whether he really was king of a United Monarchy of Israel just as the Bible says.According to the Bible, David became king about 1000 BCE. Israel was destroyed in 722 BCC, so...
The Assyrians created many great inventions that we modern humans take for granted. Math, city- planning, construction, first armies, first library, first universities, and sewage disposal.
yes they are Assyrians conquered half of earth almost every country that existed back then. however someone from the royal family had betrayed our kingdom so the kingdom had fallen to the unknown.
They are the cruelest, the most aggressive, the most troublesome, terror, and war-loving people of the Ancient World
you say - Bass-mah-gan-akh :)
Thay were feared and hated. they had a harsh and efficient government.their army was highly disciplined, with iron weapons and armour and an excellent cavalry. They showed no mercy to defeated people- toturing, enslaving, and executing many.They had a well developed government and administration....
In the year 745 B.C. Assyria, for the first time in history the idea of centralization was introduced into politics; the conquered provinces were organized under an elaborate bureaucracy. Each had a king and government was a fierce & cruel.
The vast majority of slaves owned by the Assyrian empire were prisoners captured in their many wars. Most were were put to work building cities, monuments and palaces.
Unfortunately yes we did have but the only slave i know we had are the Armenians. our queen Shameram had an empire. also the Armenian had had empire and their king's name was Aram the king of the Armenian Empire. he said to our queen that a women can't control an empire and she should give up her...
the Assyrians wanted to conquer Mesopotamia for more power and land
yes the pharaoh kufu
Manasseh's predecessor, Hezekiah, took a reckless decision to rebel against Assyria and was responsible for events that led to the utter devastation of Judah, the extent of which is shown by archaeology. Far from being a lackey, Manasseh saved Judah from final annihilation. Under his policy of...
ang ibig sabihin nito ay mga tao ang assyrians ...
because there was a fight going on at the time and they were afride of other troops killing them and they would lose the war if the other trops deside they would gang up on the Assyrians.
yes they were the first ones to use iron weapons
Saladin captured Jerusalem in 1187.
they learned it from the Hittites to heat iron ore, hammer it, and  rapidly cool it
Doubtful. In the biblical account of Benjamin being taken to Egypt on the order of the Egyptian viceroy (Joseph), Jacob uses the word "sheol" clearly referring to a miserable grave. That account vastly pre-dates the Babylonian and Assyrian empires.
Do you mean the New Assyrian empire and the new Babylonian empire
Using  a harsh code of justice. 
The Sumerians created the first peace treaty in Ancient Mesopotamia.