Ancient Civilizations - chinnia banks

Events

akkadian empire

2300 B.C.E - 2100 B.C.E

The Akkadians conquered the Sumerian city-states around 2300 B.C.E. Their first leader was Sargon . the Akkadian military Achievement of Sargon assessment Assembling large armies And teaching them how To fight in tightThe Akkadian cultural
Achievement of their
Own language and 3D
Sculpture. These achievements were important because eventually their language took the place of Sumerian language and their sculptures and their created steles to
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Babylonian Empire

1792 B.C.E - 1595 B.C.E

The babylonian economic Achievement of trade in Grain and woven cloth for
Wood,gold,silver,precious Gems, and livestock. This achievement was important because it helped build the Empire’s economy and connect them the

Assyrain Empire

900 B.C.E - 612 B.C.E

the Assyrian military achievement of perfecting the use of horses, iron weapons for
Battle, and siege warfare. This achievement was important because e the came up with new ways to push people out of lands they wanted to conquer.

Neo-Babylonian Empire

605 B.C.E - 539 B.C.E

the Assyrian cultural achievement of art and
Architecture. This achievement was important because they created palaces and sculptures to honor their kings that they treated like gods. the Neo-Babylonian military achievement of building walls around Babylonia. This achievement was important because it kept the capital safe from invaders.

the Neo-Babylonian cultural achievement of mathematics and astronomy. This achievement was important because they created the sundial that allowed them to tell time.

Candra Gupta I

550 B.C.E - 320 B.C.E

His rule spanned c. 380 – c. 415 CE during which the Gupta Empire reached its peak. ... The period of prominence of the Gupta dynasty is often referred to as the "Golden Age" of India. Chandragupta II was the son of the previous ruler, Samudragupta.

Chandragupta II

550 B.C.E - 320 B.C.E

His rule spanned c. 380 – c. 415 CE during which the Gupta Empire reached its peak. ... The period of prominence of the Gupta dynasty is often referred to as the "Golden Age" of India. Chandragupta II was the son of the previous ruler, Samudragupta.

Gupta empire

485 B.C.E - 319 B.C.E

In 375 Emperor Gupta II took the throne in india. Gupta society reached its high point during his rule . Under Chandra Gupta II, the empire continued to grow , eventually stretching all the way across empire’s economy strengthened , and so people prospered.

Mauryan Empire

322 B.C.E - 298 B.C.E

In the 302’s BC a military leader named Chandragupta Maurya (kuhn-drug-GOOPtu MOOR-yuh ) rose to power in northern India . Using an army of mercenaries , or hired soldiers , he seized control of the entire northern part of India.

Chandragupta Maurya

320 B.C.E - 185 B.C.E

Founded the Mauryan empire.
Gave up his throne to become a Jainist monk.

Asoka

273 B.C.E - 226 B.C.E

Asoka (reigned ca. 273-232 B.C.), the third emperor of the Maurya dynasty, is considered ancient India's greatest ruler.

New kingdom

1600 - 1700

The new kingdom labour 1600 to 1100 B.C.E is often called Egypt’s Golden Age. during this time of peace and stability, ancient Egypt’s power reached its height.

Middle kingdom

2000 - 2100

The middle kingdom lasted 2000-1800 B.C.E and was very chaotic but enjoyed many great achievement in literature art and architecture.

Old Kingdom

2686 - 2700

The Old Kingdom lasted from 2700 B.C.E it had a strong centralized government. This time period was known as the ‘’Age of the Pyramids .’’ They built these tombs for themselves for.