Connections: A World History                                    Second Edition                                            ...
The Ziggurat of Ur.
Early West Asian and North African Societies
Early Societies of West Asia and North         Africa, to 500 B.C.E. •   Early West Asian Societies •   Early Northeast Af...
Early West Asian Societies
Early West Asian SocietiesA. Early Mesopotamia: The City-States of   Sumer  1. Emergence of towns and cities in     Mesopo...
FOUNDATION MAP 2.1 Complex Societies Emergein West Asia and Northeast Africa by 3000 B.C.E.
Early West Asian SocietiesA. Early Mesopotamia: The City-States of   Sumer  3.   Sumerian religion and worldview  4.   Gil...
King Sargon and a high official.
Early West Asian SocietiesB. The Akkadian Conquest and the   Spread of Sumerian Culture  1. Cultural adaptation and dissem...
Cuneiform writing.
MAP 2.2 Akkadian Empire Unites Mesopotamia in             24th Century B.C.E.
Early West Asian SocietiesC. Babylonian Society and Hammurabi’s   Code  1. Social regulation  2. Law and gender  3. Govern...
Early West Asian SocietiesD. Indo-European Migrations  1. Domestication of horses  2. Migration routes
Early West Asian SocietiesE. The Hittite Connection  1. The Hittites  2. Hittite technology and innovations  3. Hittite go...
MAP 2.3 Indo-European Migrations Connect  Eurasian Societies, 3000–1000 B.C.E.
MAP 2.4 Hittite Connections and Conflicts, 1600–                  1200 B.C.E.
Early West Asian SocietiesF. Later Mesopotamia: Assyrian and   Chaldeans  1. The Assyrians  2. Chaldean and Mede conquest
MAP 2.5 The Assyrian and Chaldean (NewBabylonian) Empires, 9th Through 6th Centuries                    B.C.E.
Assyrian army in battle.
Early Northeast African Societies
MAP 2.6 African Environment and the Spread ofFarming and Herding, Second Millennium B.C.E.        Through First Millennium...
Early Northeast African SocietiesA. Egyptian Culture and Society  1.   The Nile  2.   African connections  3.   Religion a...
Decorated wooden  “mummy” case    used for the   remains of an ancient Egyptian      woman.
Early Northeast African SocietiesB. The Kingdoms of Egypt  1. Periods in Egyptian history  2. Early kingdoms and Hykos rule
MAP 2.7 Egyptian Kingdoms and Imperial     Expansion, 2700–1075 B.C.E.
The Sphinx and the Great Pyramid.
Early Northeast African SocietiesB. The Kingdoms of Egypt  3. The Egyptian empire
Statues of Ramses II at Abu Simbel.
Early Northeast African SocietiesC. Nubian Culture and the Kingdoms of   Kush  1. Egypt and Nubia
MAP 2.8 Egypt, Kush, and Meroë, Second and First                Millennia B.C.E.
Nubians bearing gifts.
Early Northeast African SocietiesD. The Kingdom and Culture of Meroë  1. Meroë in regional context
West Asia and North Africa: The    Phoenician Connection
West Asia and North Africa:  The Phoenician ConnectionA. The Phoenician Commercial Empire  1. The Phoenicians and the Medi...
MAP 2.9 Phoenician and Carthaginian Colonies,     12th Through 2nd Centuries B.C.E.
The Israelites and Their God
The Israelites and Their GodA. The Children of Israel  1. The Bible  2. The Israelites in Palestine
The Israelites and Their GodB. The Kingdoms of Israel  1. The formation of the kingdom  2. Split into Judah and Israel  3....
MAP 2.10 Israelites and Their Neighbors, 12th       Through 8th Centuries B.C.E.
The Israelites and Their GodC. The God of Israel  1. The God of the Jews  2. Jewish monotheism
Key Dates and Developments   West Asia/North Africa
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  • The Ziggurat of Ur.
  • Early West Asian and North African Societies
  • Early West Asian Societies
  • FOUNDATION MAP 2.1 Complex Societies Emerge in West Asia and Northeast Africa by 3000 B.C.E.
  • King Sargon and a high official.
  • Cuneiform writing.
  • MAP 2.2 Akkadian Empire Unites Mesopotamia in 24th Century B.C.E.
  • MAP 2.3 Indo-European Migrations Connect Eurasian Societies, 3000–1000 B.C.E.
  • MAP 2.4 Hittite Connections and Conflicts, 1600–1200 B.C.E.
  • MAP 2.5 The Assyrian and Chaldean (New Babylonian) Empires, 9th Through 6th Centuries B.C.E.
  • Assyrian army in battle.
  • Early Northeast African Societies
  • MAP 2.6 African Environment and the Spread of Farming and Herding, Second Millennium B.C.E. Through First Millennium C.E.
  • Decorated wooden “mummy” case used for the remains of an ancient Egyptian woman.
  • MAP 2.7 Egyptian Kingdoms and Imperial Expansion, 2700–1075 B.C.E.
  • The Sphinx and the Great Pyramid.
  • Statues of Ramses II at Abu Simbel.
  • MAP 2.8 Egypt, Kush, and Meroë, Second and First Millennia B.C.E.
  • Nubians bearing gifts.
  • West Asia and North Africa: The Phoenician Connection
  • MAP 2.9 Phoenician and Carthaginian Colonies, 12th Through 2nd Centuries B.C.E.
  • The Israelites and Their God
  • MAP 2.10 Israelites and Their Neighbors, 12th Through 8th Centuries B.C.E.
  • Key Dates and Developments West Asia/North Africa
  • Judge ch02 lecture

    1. 1. Connections: A World History Second Edition Chapter 2 Early Societies of West Asia and North Africa, to 500 B.C.E. Connections: A World History, Second Edition Edward H. Judge • John W. Langdon
    2. 2. The Ziggurat of Ur.
    3. 3. Early West Asian and North African Societies
    4. 4. Early Societies of West Asia and North Africa, to 500 B.C.E. • Early West Asian Societies • Early Northeast African Societies • West Asia and North Africa: The Phenician Connec • The Israelites and Their God
    5. 5. Early West Asian Societies
    6. 6. Early West Asian SocietiesA. Early Mesopotamia: The City-States of Sumer 1. Emergence of towns and cities in Mesopotamia 2. Conflict and connections between Sumerian city-states
    7. 7. FOUNDATION MAP 2.1 Complex Societies Emergein West Asia and Northeast Africa by 3000 B.C.E.
    8. 8. Early West Asian SocietiesA. Early Mesopotamia: The City-States of Sumer 3. Sumerian religion and worldview 4. Gilgamesh 5. Religion, culture, and politics 6. Technology, innovation, and writing
    9. 9. King Sargon and a high official.
    10. 10. Early West Asian SocietiesB. The Akkadian Conquest and the Spread of Sumerian Culture 1. Cultural adaptation and dissemination
    11. 11. Cuneiform writing.
    12. 12. MAP 2.2 Akkadian Empire Unites Mesopotamia in 24th Century B.C.E.
    13. 13. Early West Asian SocietiesC. Babylonian Society and Hammurabi’s Code 1. Social regulation 2. Law and gender 3. Governmental reforms
    14. 14. Early West Asian SocietiesD. Indo-European Migrations 1. Domestication of horses 2. Migration routes
    15. 15. Early West Asian SocietiesE. The Hittite Connection 1. The Hittites 2. Hittite technology and innovations 3. Hittite government and policies
    16. 16. MAP 2.3 Indo-European Migrations Connect Eurasian Societies, 3000–1000 B.C.E.
    17. 17. MAP 2.4 Hittite Connections and Conflicts, 1600– 1200 B.C.E.
    18. 18. Early West Asian SocietiesF. Later Mesopotamia: Assyrian and Chaldeans 1. The Assyrians 2. Chaldean and Mede conquest
    19. 19. MAP 2.5 The Assyrian and Chaldean (NewBabylonian) Empires, 9th Through 6th Centuries B.C.E.
    20. 20. Assyrian army in battle.
    21. 21. Early Northeast African Societies
    22. 22. MAP 2.6 African Environment and the Spread ofFarming and Herding, Second Millennium B.C.E. Through First Millennium C.E.
    23. 23. Early Northeast African SocietiesA. Egyptian Culture and Society 1. The Nile 2. African connections 3. Religion and worldview 4. Writing and other innovations 5. Egyptian society
    24. 24. Decorated wooden “mummy” case used for the remains of an ancient Egyptian woman.
    25. 25. Early Northeast African SocietiesB. The Kingdoms of Egypt 1. Periods in Egyptian history 2. Early kingdoms and Hykos rule
    26. 26. MAP 2.7 Egyptian Kingdoms and Imperial Expansion, 2700–1075 B.C.E.
    27. 27. The Sphinx and the Great Pyramid.
    28. 28. Early Northeast African SocietiesB. The Kingdoms of Egypt 3. The Egyptian empire
    29. 29. Statues of Ramses II at Abu Simbel.
    30. 30. Early Northeast African SocietiesC. Nubian Culture and the Kingdoms of Kush 1. Egypt and Nubia
    31. 31. MAP 2.8 Egypt, Kush, and Meroë, Second and First Millennia B.C.E.
    32. 32. Nubians bearing gifts.
    33. 33. Early Northeast African SocietiesD. The Kingdom and Culture of Meroë 1. Meroë in regional context
    34. 34. West Asia and North Africa: The Phoenician Connection
    35. 35. West Asia and North Africa: The Phoenician ConnectionA. The Phoenician Commercial Empire 1. The Phoenicians and the Mediterranean world 2. The Phoenician alphabet 3. Carthage
    36. 36. MAP 2.9 Phoenician and Carthaginian Colonies, 12th Through 2nd Centuries B.C.E.
    37. 37. The Israelites and Their God
    38. 38. The Israelites and Their GodA. The Children of Israel 1. The Bible 2. The Israelites in Palestine
    39. 39. The Israelites and Their GodB. The Kingdoms of Israel 1. The formation of the kingdom 2. Split into Judah and Israel 3. Dispersion and exile
    40. 40. MAP 2.10 Israelites and Their Neighbors, 12th Through 8th Centuries B.C.E.
    41. 41. The Israelites and Their GodC. The God of Israel 1. The God of the Jews 2. Jewish monotheism
    42. 42. Key Dates and Developments West Asia/North Africa

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