Where is the ancient country on earth?
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Answer . Troy was, of course, a city state, so it was in, well, Troy. The site of the ancient city is now in Turkey - the Asian part of Turkey, which theRomans called Asia Minor.. Answer . The Troy of the Trojan War period was in Wilusa, a country that the Hittites referred to as an Arzawan L…and, meaning that it was once part of greater Arzawa, a country that extended from Wilusa south to modern Miletos, and inland several hundred kilometers. At the time of the Trojan War, Wilusa was a vassal state of Hatti, paying tribute to Hatti and supplying soldiers to Hatti's Great King when called upon to do so based on situations carefully spelled out in a treaty that has been found and translated. ( Full Answer )
It was thought by many (but not by all) in the Ancient World that if you ventured much farther than the "Pillars of Hercules" you were doomed.
It depends entirely on the years in question. Chronologically, we have the following list of occupants: . Proto-Canaanite . Egyptian New Kingdom . Jebusites . United Kingdom of Israel . Judah . Neo-Assyrian Empire . Neo-Babylonian Empire . Achaemenid Persian Empire . Macedonian Empire of …Alexander the Great . Ptolemaic Hellenic Empire . Seleucid Hellenic Empire . Hasmonean Kingdom . Roman Empire . Byzantine Empire . Sassanid Persian Empire . Rightly-Guided Islamic Caliphate . Umayyad Islamic Caliphate . Abbassid Islamic Caliphate . Fatimid Islamic Caliphate . Seljuk Sultanate . Kingdom of Jerusalem and Other Crusader States . Ayyubid Islamic Caliphate . Mamluk Sultanate . Ottoman Sultanate . British Empire . Jewish State of Israel & Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (the citywas divided from 1949-1967 between the two countries) . Jewish State of Israel (exclusively) ( Full Answer )
There's a problem about that. In ancient times there weren't the countries we know today... the question would be, which territories the ancient roman empire enclosed. " http://www.michaelmaxwolf.de/antike/ROM/karte_roemisches_reich.htm " - this is an address in the net to have a look at the biggest… expansion the ancient roman empire had in the year 117 AD (checked the 1st of April 2008 - map working 3:41 a.m. MEZ+1). You can see the expansion from the handrian's wall (I guess that's the name) in Scotland to the south (north Africa ), enclosing territories of today's marocco, lybia, Tunisia, Egypt to the irak... and they were in Israel, too (Jerusalem... ever heared of Pontius Pilatus, the story of Jesus and his disciples, etc., etc., etc. - also reported by roman historians of that time). The expansion goes further from west (today's Portugal) to Hispania (Spain), Gallia (France), Italia (of course, Italy is the roman homeland ;-) ). It enclosed the territory of Greece, too - that remarkable, as Greece was the world power before the roman empire raised. It encloses the zone of today's former Yugoslavia (Macedonia was an ancient power, too) and Turkey (east roman empire in Alexandria - today's Istanbul). A further point is the border to the north, towards the Germans (not "the" Germans of today - called like that in English). The ancient roman empire enclosed nowadays Belgium, towards Holland, Austria and Switzerland - just at the border to Germania (that's why other nations have another name for calling nowadays Germans... they don't say Germans... but i.e. tedeschi (in Italian) meaning teutons... or Deutsche (in German!!!) meaning the same - teutons are one of quite a few German tribes...). So don't be confused... but Austria and Switzerland have a lot of ancient German roots, too... but they aren't teutons... dispite of these exceptions the territory occupied by the ancient roman empire can be identified if you look at the languages they speak nowadays... all derived from ancient latin... till the far east of today's Romania (that's a real nomen est omen). ;-) ( Full Answer )
The Mexica (Nahuatl) were an indigenous people of Mexico, known today as the Aztecs.. There is disagreement over the meaning of the name Mexica, and the place name Mexico (Mexihco) where they lived.. The name of Mexico comes from the Nahuatl name Mexihco.
They traded With Kush,Nubia,Mesopotamia,and asia minorand other places well those are cities they traded with. . Grain,Fruit,Vegitables,Papyrus,Animals,Gold,Copper,and Silver. . / .
In the past, the Moon was a lot closer to the Earth. The ancient distance was about 10,000 miles. Then, the Moon was large enough to cover over a dozen present Moons.
The Assyrians were people of a common lineage, common language, common religion, and a common location. Though they are of different religious denominations, they consider themselves to form one greater religious community. They typically lived in Northern Iraq, Iran, Southeastern Turkey, and the ea…stern borders of Syria. The Ancient Assyrians were known for their exploits and have been made known due to biblical accounts and historic archaeological artifacts. Many of their various idols, clay pots, weapons, etc are held in various museums across the globe. ( Full Answer )
The most powerful ancient country ever is Iran! For thousand of years, Iran had been able to have a stable empire from very west to the east of the world. And It is still called with that ancient name which makes it the oldest established country! I would have to say Greece. When Alexander the… great conquered Europe Greece was the biggest country and had the most powerful army in the world The Roman Empire because it built modern Europe. ( Full Answer )
they wanted to conquer the counrys because they wanted to rule the world but unfortunatly they failed.
Ancient Rome was surrounded by Greece, Gaul, Spain and Africa. TheRoman Empire stretched as far west as the British Isles.
Not in the sense that we think of a country, with set boundaries that are (sometimes) observed by their neighbors. They were an empire, taking and holding whatever territory they could for as long as they could.
The ancient Egyptians most often visited the countries along the Mediterranean Sea and the Upper Nile River to the south because they were immediately adjacent to Egypt and contained materials that the Egyptians desired. At various times in their history, the ancient Egyptians set up trade routes to… Cyprus, Crete, Greece, Syro-Palestine, Punt, and Nubia. Egyptian records as early as the Predynastic Period list some items that were brought into Egypt, including leopard skins, giraffe tails, monkeys, cattle, ivory, ostrich feathers and eggs, and gold. Punt was a major source for incense, while Syro-Palestine provided cedar, oils and unguents, and horses. ( Full Answer )
Ancient Rome was not a country. It was the Romans' capital in Italy, as well as the heart of the Ancient Roman empire, which included several countries.
Possibly you mean 'How many countries on the Earth?' There are about 200 countries - my atlas lists 195, but 204 attended the recent Olympics.
The countries that ancient Greeks trade with is your size 59 XXL bra making boob sucker. :P
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Bulgaria Answer: The truth is, that there are several ancient countries that might qualify as the most ancient, but archeaologists and historians don't agree 100%. The top contenders for this title are Syria, The West Bank (once part of Israel), and the Indian state of Gujarat.
This is a common myth. Most advanced societies, including the Greeks and the Islamic cultures, knew that the earth was round.
The Iberian Peninsula where Spain is located has a history several thousand years old. The country of Spain has a history several hundred years old. Compared to other countries that makes Spain quite old. Italy and Germany, for example, have only existed as countries for less than two centuries. Fra…nce and England are older. ( Full Answer )
Ancient Greece was not a country or nation, but a collection ofcity states with a common ethnic, cultural and linguistic identity.The tough terrain of Greece (including Mt. Olympus, home of thegods) kept them separate and fiercely independent. This competitiveenvironment eventually lead them to ther…e demise. Greece wasbriefly united as one nation under Macedonian Hegemony under PhilipII and then his son Alexander III also known as Alexander theGreat. ( Full Answer )
ISLAM is the encient religion on earti. it starts from HAZRAT AADAM ,the first man on earth . this may be confusing because we think ISLAM starts from HAZRAT MUHAMMAD[PEACE BE UPON HIM] Actually ISLAM means to obey all the teachings of ALLAH.
Ancient Egypt's territory changed many times over its 3000 years of existence. When Egypt became a unified country under the pharaoh Menes, it was just a small civilization in the Nile river valley. Eventually, though, as the kingdom grew and new pharaohs came into power, Egypt conquered many more l…ands. The first was Nubia, a land whose name literally means gold. Much wealth was gained from conquering Nubia, and Egypt then stretched the entire length of the Nile River. Egypt then began to conquer modern day Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Iraq (location of the ancient society Mesopotamia) and Iran. At one point Egypt's boundaries even extended into Asia. However, Egypt did not hold control of these faraway lands for long. It was just too much for the pharaoh to be in control of, and because of this, nomarchs became more powerful - leading Egypt into its first intermediate period. For the most of Ancient Egypt's existance, though, the kingdom stretched the length of the Nile River. ( Full Answer )
ancient Egypt is located in north east Africa. Egypt itself is a country its current borders are not much different from those in ancient times
The Ancient Olympics were held in Olympia, Greece. Modern Olympics are held in various areas.
life in the country of ancient china was nomadic, small population, and separated from everything else.
France has had colonies all over the world. Of course, most of themhave been in Africa. Just to name a few African countries which were French colonies:Morocco, Egypt, Algeria, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Madagascar orSeychelles. In Oceania France has colonized countries like Tahiti and Papua NewGuinea.
The Nile River is what gave ancient Egypt its wealth. With the river's annual floods, vast floodplains were enriched with rich soil and silt washed down from central Africa. The result of all this rich agricultural land allowed the Egyptians to grow vast amounts of grains like wheat. The annua…l harvest became so bountiful that not only did it free up the time of the Egyptians so they could develop their culture, but they also gained tremendous wealth and power by exporting their grain to other countries in the region. Egypt was known as the breadbasket of the Middle East. ( Full Answer )
The ancient Egyptians had several different names for their country: . Hr idbwy (The Banks of Horus) - referring to the banks of the Nile . kmt + the location determinative (the Black Land, Egypt) . ta mri (Egypt) . idbwy (The Two Banks) - Egypt
Answer 1 Not particularly - Iran was originally part of Persia until a few centuries ago. Answer 2 The Persian and Iranian perspective has always been that each new Persian Empire is a reincarnation of the older Persian Empires. While the modern Islamic Republic of Iran is only 33 years old, …it was founded on the Imperial State of Iran, and that from the Qajjar Dynasty Persia and this chain goes back to the Empires of the Medes in 4000 BCE. As a result, most Persians and Iranians consider their country to be an Ancient Country going back 6000 years. ( Full Answer )
Unfortunately, the ' Ancient Rome 3D ' layer is no longer available as a Layer in Google Earth.. The following was the original answer when it was available in 2008. For more details see the related links section below the answer including an article with screenshots of what it looked like and a …YouTube video tour.. Original answer: . Check ' Ancient Rome 3D ' layer under Gallery found in layers panel. . Suggest to turn off ' 3D Buildings ' layer otherwise modern buildings will be mixed in with the ancient ones. . Double click on this Rome Layer to fly to Rome and start the tour. . Next click on any of the Yellow Rome building icons to bring up the balloon pop-up. . From the pop-up window, click on the link ' Ancient Terrain (**Load First) ' . Finally click on link ' Ancient Roman Buildings (5000+ buildings) ' Now you can "virtually" walk through Rome as it looked in 320 A.D to tour famous buildings in 3D such as the Roman Forum, Colosseum and Forum of Julius Caesar. . ( Full Answer )
Ancient Rome did a number of things to strengthen their empire. Their powerful government made a huge difference in the way people behaved, their military allowed them to conquer many tribes or other countries, their rulers like Julius Caesar were some of the most influencial people in the entire wo…rld, and the Pax Romana (A time where people were prosperous) also gave them wealth and good times. ( Full Answer )
Geb was god of the earth. In case you were wondering, his wife was Nut, goddess of the sky.
Pompeii was an ancient city in Italy. It was founded about 600 BC by the Oscans before they were conquered by the Samnites. It became a Roman colony in 80 BC and was completely demolished in 79 AD by an eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
Lydia was the first place that created the first ancient coin the coin was made between 650BC and 630BC
Thr ancient Egyptians imported wine, copper from the Greek islands; wine, copper, wood, tin, slaves, horses from the eastern Mediterranean; salt, natron, cattle, dates from the desert oases; gold, copper, cattle, and slaves from Nubia.
Allthough I am from Greece I want to tell you that this doesn't affect my answer at all. To my knowledge Greece has many ancient ruins among them is the Parthenon which is know for its beauty an it's amazing architecture. Also Egypt has some amazing ancient ruins, like the pyramids.
People along time ago thought that the earth was flat, untill Marco Polo proved to the Chinese that they were wrong, and would not fall of the face of the earth.
Italia was the main country of ancient Rome, so the countries around Italia were: . Germania . Gaul
Ancient China was not today's China. Its parts were progressively joined together as the millennia progressed. The takeovers of eg Mongolia, Sin Kiang and Tibet are modern events.
because it has all these different things that you can learn about the gods and maybe about your ancesters.
Yes,In antiquity, Phrygia was a kingdom in the west central part ofAnatolia, in what is now modern-day Turkey, centered around theSakarya River. it died when Alexander the Great died. In thechaotic period after Alexander's death, northern Phrygia wasoverrun by Celts, eventually to become the provinc…e of Galatia. Theformer capital of Gordium was captured and destroyed by the Gaulssoon afterwards and disappeared from history. In 188 BC, thesouthern remnant of Phrygia came under the control of the Attalidsof Pergamon. However, Phrygian language survived, now written inthe Greek alphabet. ( Full Answer )
Yes, Vietnam is an ancient country. Vietnam is one of the world's oldest ancient country ever existed thousands of years ago. Mesopotamia started to exist in 3200 BC, Egypt started to exist in 3100 BC, Vietnam started to exist in 2879 BC, Korea started to exist in 2333 BC and China started to exist …in 2070 BC. Thousands of years ago, Vietnam was called Dai Viet. DÃ i Viá»t was the first name of Vietnam before they called it Vietnam. ( Full Answer )
I would not really classify it as a country, because it was a rising and falling empire. It frequently gained and lost territory, and was enslaved under the Mongols. So, it is not a country, because countries have clearly defined borders. But yes, it was in one piece and united most of the time. T…here were times in-between dynasties when the regional kingdoms would scuffle, but overall, it was one, as you say it, "country". ( Full Answer )
Various opinions have been put forth, including Anatolia, Asiaminor, southern Russia, Afghanistan and Mongolia. Many ancientpeoples gradually drifted from their original locations, so thereneed not necessarily be a contradiction among the opinionsconcerning Magog.
The Ancient Near East is not a country, but a general area that often extends from what we now call the Middle East to Egypt. Here you'll find an introduction, links, and a picture to go with ancient countries and peoples around the Fertile Crescent. .
There has been no absolute proof that we have been visited by anything or anybody. Until then we can assume we're alone.
Ancient Egypt was not an empire; it controlled only Egypt for most of its history. Sometimes, Ancient Egypt extended into modern Israel/Palestine or modern Sudan, but this was rare.
Since you do not mention which country you are from, this questionis debatable. However, since I live in the United States, I willnote that among the Founding Fathers of my country are GeorgeWashington, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson.
Ancient China has always been where modern China is today. Thoughparts of the boundaries may have ebbed and flowed during what wasoften a turbulent history. Not least when the various dynastieswere in power.