Founder of the kingdom, united the homeland
Son of Lebarnas: moved Hittite capital to Hattusa and carried the kingdom to as far as the Euphrates
Adoptive grandson of Hattusilis: defeated Hurrians and destroyed Aleppo, raided Babylon and ended the dynasty, assassinated in palace conspiracy
Secured Hatti against attacks, ended the Mitanni Empire when at the height of power, regained control over northern Syria with treaties, died of plague
Son of Suppiluliuma: fought against Arzawa and Kaska in beginning, maintained crisis in Syria when King of Carchemish died
Son of Mursilis II: revived Egyptian interest in Syria caused problems, Battle of Qadesh, died
A battle between the Hittites and Egyptians over control of Syria, Egypt was defeated, Hittite grip on Syria was firm
Uncle of Mutwatallius: made peace with Egypt in 1284 BC, made Babylon an ally to protect from Assyrians
Dealt with enemy onslaught Hittite Empire fell during reign
He left his code of law as his chief legacy
by the Babylonian army
He comes to power.
The Mauryan Empire’s ruler Ashoka retained the bureaucracy created by her grandfather and imposes a system of law Edicts of Ashoka.
Roman Empire uses engineers to construct Hadrian’s Wall to divide the territory from Scottish Pics and their raids.
The Western Roman Empire fell to Egypt Arabs and Islamic-believers
He introduced the Sahansah, the Sassanid reign was found
Islam advances into the territory of the crumbling Sassanid Empire