The site of Queen Puabi, court suicide (mass burial) and tomb looting
Carter Ranch Pueblo
Located in Eastern Arizona
Discovered by William Longacre
Major destruction by fire, and the palace was never rebuilt
Evidence of earthquake at Tiryns led to the conclusion of the destruction of Mycenae at an earthquake
Pottere proves that the destruction was caused by an earthquake rather than human agency which was by German archaeologists.
Ancient empire in Southwest Asia
Conquered by Persians
capital of Iraq, central, located on the Tigris River
hill located a few miles inland from the Aegean Sea. Where: Cyclopean Masonry (built the walls of Tyrene which were huge stones) took place.
It's one of the first places we see this long continuity
First of 19 stratified area
Where the ancient Egyptian pyramids and the Sphinx are located
Herodian (Second Temple) (516 BC to AD 70)
Returning Jews wanted to rebuild it
Stood on a temple mount (like in Mesopotamia) the higher it is the more well seen it is
Renovated by a ruling family (Herad)
Modern name for the ancient city of Troy
was found to abandoned
Latin version of the land of the Jews
Got pulled in by the Romans
AD 67 revolt
Joseph rose up and threw out the Romans
ancient Assyrian city located northeast of Nineveh, in Iraq
ancient capital of Assyria
Land bordering the E. shores of the Mediterranean Sea
Bronze Age: Cities and Canaanites
Iron Age: First state, cabaabites, Israelites, Philistines
Written by Pausanus which was located in Mycenae, carved stone gate built with a "relieving triangle"
Where Napoleon's group of scholars and scientists went to uncover Egyptian pyramids and tombs.
River in Africa, connects from Lake Victoria: Mediterranean
Amelia Edwards embarked on a two month journey up the Nile in 1874
Went from Judea to Palestine, was an act of delegitimation
purest copper on location
Palace that was burnt during this perion and was never rebuilt
Solomonic Temple (First)
First Jewish Temple built by King Solomon
an ancient region in southern Mesopotamia contained a number of independent cities and city states, established possibly as early as 5000 BC, conquered by the Elamites and about 2000 BS by the Babylonians, a number of its cities as UR,, Uruk, Kish and Lagash are major archeological sites in southern Iraq
An ancient city in Greece, In Peloponnesus, destroyed in 486 BC by the Argives, excavation ruins include Cyclopean walls forming part of a great fortress
An ancient ruined city in northwest Asia Minor, the seventh of nine settlement on the site commonly identified as the Troy of the Illiad
tern used in the division of ancient Egypt
the first great metropolitan city of the world.
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