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Narmer Palette -A significant Egyptian archeological find, dating from about the 31st century BC -It is representative of the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt under the king who pulled a political cue. He is wearing the upper Egypt crown and killing the wearer of the lower Egypt crown. It also shows the city and country dwellers under his rule., Law Code of Hammurabi -a well-preserved ancient law code in ancient Babylon -It was enacted by the sixth Babylonian king -written on stone stele and various clay tablets -consists of 281 laws (skipping number 13) -scaled punishments -"an eye for an eye" -about 1754 BCE, Head of Sargon the Great -bronze statue -2334-2279 BCE -First ruler of Akkadian Empire -Captured all other city states of Sumeria -controlled all of Mesopotamia -name means "Legitimate Ruler." -Legend of birth parallels that of birth of Moses, Queen Pu-Abi and her Jewelry from Ur -might be the first queen in history, and could have actually ruled in her own name -dressed nicely in lapis lazuli and gold (doesn't come from mesopotamia) -buried with human sacrifices who went willingly -around 2600 BCE, Behistun Inscription of Darius I -The famous Behistun inscription was engraved on a cliff about 100 meters off the ground. Darius tells us how the supreme god Ahuramazda choose him to dethrone an usurper named Gaumâta, how he set out to quell several revolts, and how he defeated his foreign enemies. -6th-5th century BCE, Bell Rack from Marquis of Zeng's Tomb -around 433 BCE -could play 7 octaves on these bronze bells, different notes depending on where bell was hit -inscription on face of each bell, imbedded with gold, discusses what note it plays in multiple different systems, Plaster Head from Jericho -from pre-pottery neolithic B period (7000-6000 bCE) -shells used for eyes -skulls removed and cavities filled with plaster which was then painted - sometimes painted on facial features, Village Map from Catal Huyuk -7500-5700 BCE -first map in existence -shows their understanding of what their houses looked like as well as their proximity to the Hasan Dag volcano, Yangshao Pottery -5000-3000 BCE -painted pottery -pottery was often painted black, white, or red, with human facial, animal, or geometric features, Liangzhu Jades -jade cong: often show animals and humans riding animals -associated with shamanism -jade was seen as a status and ritual marker -3000-2000 BCE, Jomon pottery and figurines -very elaborated decorated -earliest pottery in the world (10,000 BCE-350 BCE) -lines on figurines probably indicated that tattoos were common, Ziggurat at Ur -destroyed by Elamite invasion in 2004 BCE -built by king Ur-Nammu -piece in a temple complex that served as an administrative center of the city, Great Pyramid at Giza -pyramid built around 2500 in the fourth dynasty of the Old Kingdom -finished on the outside but now the outer shell has kind of fallen off -built as tomb for the pharaoh Khufu (Cheops), Akhenaten worshipping the Aten -pharaoh of the 18th dynasty of Egypt -ruled 1353-1336 -decided to only worship the sun god Aten, which created some animosity -wife was Nefertiti, The Preist King statue from Mohenjo Daro -Labeled statue of undecipherable language. -Looks like a high status individual. -2600s

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