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The Assyrians - 6th Grade Social Studies

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The Assyrians Assyria was a civilization in Mesopotamia on the up- per Tigris River. The civilization lasted many centuries but was greatest between 1600 and 612 B.C. The Assyrians were a Semitic-speaking people who arrived in Mesopotamia about 2000 B.C. Assyria was named after its original capital, Ashur. Ashur gained its independence in about 1365 B.C. Assyrian Advantages and Disadvantages ...

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The Assyrians - 6th Grade Social Studies

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The Assyrians Assyria was a civilization in Mesopotamia on the up- per Tigris River. The civilization lasted many centuries but was greatest between 1600 and 612 B.C. The Assyrians were a Semitic-speaking people who arrived in Mesopotamia about 2000 B.C. Assyria was named after its original capital, Ashur. Ashur gained its independence in about 1365 B.C. Assyrian Advantages and Disadvantages ...

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Chapter 4 Early Empires - 6th Grade Social Studies

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each social class. (See Primary Source below.) from Code of Hammurabi Translated by L. W. King 195. If a son strike his father, his hands shall be hewn [cut off]. 196. If a man put out the eye of another man, his eye shall be put out. 197. If a man break another man’s bone, his bone shall be broken. 202. If any one strike the body of a man higher in rank than he, he shall receive sixty blows ...

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