Kingdom of Assyria .. Report


 

Is a kingdom that was the first country to be established in the city of Assyria in northern Mesopotamia. And expanded in the second millennium BC. And extended north to the cities of Nineveh, Nimrod and Khorsabad. King Shamshi ruled the city of Assyria in 1813 BC. Hamorabi king of Babylon seized Assyria in 1760 BC. However, the Assyrian king Shalmanser captured Babylon and defeated the Mitani in 1273 BC. Then Assyria took over Babylon again in 1240 BC. In 1000 BC. The Arameans seized Assyria. But the Assyrians took over Phenicia in 774 BC. He was photographed in 734 BC. And Samaria in 721 BC. Sargon II captured the Jews in Jerusalem in 701 BC. In 686 BC. The Assyrians destroyed the city of Babylon and ruled Egypt (671 BC-651 BC). The Babylonians rebelled against the rule of the Assyrians and defeated them with the help of Media in 612 BC. The Assyrians launched their campaigns against Syria, Turkey and Iran.

The kingdom of Assyria was a military state based on slaves. And had architectural achievements and statues, especially the winged bull statues that were held in front of the royal palace. The walls are decorated with carvings battles and fishing trips. And between 883 BC. And 612 BC. It established an empire from the Nile to the Caucasus. The Assyrian king, who was obsessed with the humiliation of kings, forced his kings to come to his capital and to work in harsh conditions to build his palaces in Nineveh, and the last king of Assyria, called Ashur Ubalit, who established the headquarters of Assyria. A temporary leadership in Harran (the Euphrates island) after the fall of Nineveh in the hands of the Babylonians (led by Nabo Polazzar Chaldean) trying to delay the mass slaughter of the Assyrian people. The Assyrians wrote the cuneiform script that was written on clay tablets. The most famous of its manuscripts is the epic of Gilgamesh in which the flood was first reported. Their science was linked to agriculture and Sumerian numerology, known as the 1960s, and knew that the circle was 60 degrees. They also knew fractions, square, cube and square root. And they set forth in the ark, and calculated the circumference of five planets, and had their lunar calendar, and divided the year for months and months for days. Today they had 12 hours and 30 minutes. The Assyrian Panipal Library was one of the most famous libraries in the ancient world.

The Assyrian empire is at its most extreme
The Assyrian kingdom was a military state based on slaves, with architectural achievements and statues, especially the winged bull statues that were erected in front of the royal palace. The walls were decorated with battle patterns and hunting trips. And between 883 BC. And 612 BC. The Assyrian Empire, which was obsessed with the love of kings, forced its kings to come to its capital and work in harsh conditions to build His palace in Nineveh, and the last Assyrian kings called Assyria Ubalit, who established a temporary headquarters in Harran (the island of Euphrates) after the fall of Nineveh in the hands of the Babylonians led by Nabo Polzer the Chaldean trying to delay the mass slaughter of the Assyrian people. The writing of the Assyrian script was written on clay tablets, and the most famous manuscripts of the epic Gelgamash, which contained the flood for the first time. They knew that the circle was 60 degrees, as they knew the fractions, square, cube and square root. They advanced in the ark and calculated the circumference of five planets. They had their lunar calendar and divided the year for months and months for days. Today they had 12 hours. And 30 minutes. The library of King Ashur Panipal was one of the most famous libraries in the ancient world, where all the tablets were collected from various libraries in his country.
The Assyrians are the Akkids who grew up in the northern region of the Tigris River basin, after emigrating from Babylon during the Akkadian period. The Assyrians mixed with the mountainous peoples of the Hittites and Hauris and enslaved the Arameans (the Akhalamo and Nabat tribes) and the Uribi or Arab tribes (the tribes of Qedar, Qaidam, Jandbo, Saba and Sumoudi) and Chaldeans.
The coins used in Assyria were coins made of silver. In Anatolia coins were made of tin, gold was never banned from Assyria, and copper, silver and gold were imported from Anatolia, where the Karum network, (Kültepe currently in Turkey). At most, tin, which was traded in Assyria and exported to Anatolia, originated from the east, probably from Uzbekistan. The textile industry was important in Assyria, but it imported some of the inferior textiles from Babylon. While the basic textile centers located in Ur, Larsa and Mary were under the control of the temple or palace, the textile industry in Assyria was not subject to centralized supervision. And wool was imported from Anatolia sometimes when prices were rising in Assyria

Trading
The Kingdom of Assyria also exported textiles mainly in the central state. Long-distance trade, with written certificates, was limited to “upper class”, operated with luxury goods and did not play an important role in the economy, according to Faist. His job was to secure welfare materials, but they also played the role of diplomatic representatives. Trade in the west was mainly through Carchemish and Iimar, and there were also some sporadic evidence of wine trade with Ugaris, apparently, while trade with ancient Egypt was where Sidon played an important role.
Agriculture and animal husbandry
“Faist” describes the central Assyrian community of agriculture. Agriculture was essentially a self-sufficiency factor, and the surplus of production poured into the financing of the temple, the footpath of the king and the army. Garelli distinguishes between three types of ownership
Land owned by the Crown
Private property
Crown lands that some people invest
It was possible to sell the land as evidenced by the large collection of legal documents, but it is uncertain whether this applies to all types of land. The purchase was also written in writing (“ṭuppa dannata”). Animal husbandry was important, The Badia was also doing the “Soti” and the horses would be imported from the highlands. In the opinion of Faist, since the time of the Middle Kingdom, olive oil was imported. Beer was an important beverage and it was assumed that the wine was imported from Syria (from Carchemish and Ugarit) and was the preserve of the “elite” since the 13th century. Q: Making wine in the Khabur basin? Also, honey was also imported. In Assyria itself, it made a kind of concentrated sweet juice (called “Lal”).
Building materials
The form of brick is the main building material, and the wood was brought for use in the huge building ceilings of palaces and temples. Evidence of this has been found since the time of the first Tukolty-Abel-Ishara, where the cedar wood from Amanus and Lebanon was brought either as war booty or tribute The Joshoro wood was brought from Mukherri, a location most likely to be located between the Tigris and the Upper Zab to be used for the construction of the first Tukolty-Ninurta palace. The limestone and limestone were found in Assyria itself, while basalt and alabaster were imported.

In 616 BC, Nabou Belaasser, 625-606 BC, was the ruler of Babylon and founder of the modern Babylonian state with the help of the Medes. Assyria was conquered in 614 BC in the reign of the second son of Assyria Banipal. 612 BC This was the end of the Assyrian political presence.
The expansion of the Assyrian state was one of the most important reasons that led to its end.

King Shalmaneser III of Assyria meeting a Babylonian, detail from Shalmaneser III’s throne, relief on stone. Assyrian civilisation, 9th century BC.

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