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HSB 115 lecture 4 notes

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Date Created: 09/27/16
HSB 115 Lecture 4 University of Hartford Wester Civilizations I The Bronze Age - cultures were able able to make weapons by manufacturing bronze Sumerians • had slavery (not linked to race) irrigation system • • irrigation is the method in which plants are watered in regular intervals • main crops- barley, dates, sesame seeds • had a large population • developed a trade system • developed Cuneiform • Cuneiform - inscribed symbols on clay tablets writing -was done by priests and scribes -writing could bump up your social status - cuneiform was their writing - it had 3 types of symbols I. Pictograms - Pictures to show meaning II. Ideograms - Signs representing words or ideas III.Phonetics - signs representing sounds Epic of Gilgamesh - an ancient epic written in Mesopotamia over 4,000 years ago - first known work of literature - main characters were Gilgamesh and Enkidu Akkadian Empire (2350 BCE) • northwest of Sumerians • Akkad- land name • spoke Akkadian language overthrew the Sumerians • • Sumerian language was only used for rituals • Akkadian was the mane language if Mesopotamia Sargon of Akkad - leader - defeated Sumerian - ruled 35 years - he dies and his grandson Narum-sin takes over - the empire crumbles when they are attacked Babylonian Empire leader = Hammurabi • • known for Hammurabi’s code - a system of laws • used writing as a weapon • wrote strict rules • class structure • wanted everyone to worship Marduk • Code of Hammurabi - 282 laws which people were to follow - if someone harmed a noble a higher punishment would be given - women had a number of rights - they could buy property and obtain divorces - his code was platform for more Assyrians • overthrew Babylonian empire • destroyed everything • then they were paranoid that they upset Marduk • so they built everything back • disposed babylonians


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