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Explain who the following Mesopotamian key figures were and why they were

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Zoroaster:

Hammurabi:

Nebuchadnezzar:

Sargon:

Cyrus:

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 Jun 15, 2020
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They were all kings of different empires.

 

This is a math site, not a history site, take your history questions to Brainly.

 Jun 15, 2020
edited by hugomimihu  Jun 15, 2020
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my dad wont let me

grannygod123  Jun 15, 2020
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Then use the World Wide Web.

 

Use wikipedia.

 

History.org.

 

Therre are so many resources out there!

 

Don't say you don't have internet.

hugomimihu  Jun 15, 2020
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ths are ancient kings each in the aicent times or medival times

jimkey17  Jun 16, 2020
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I can do this. Although it has been a couple years since I studied mesopotamia.

 

Zoroaster started Zoroastrinism and was an iranian prophet.

 

Hammurabi wrote hammurabi's code, based off of eye for an eye. His punishments were harsh, but not as harsh as some of the others. It is said that his code actually influenced the US's law system. (But thats what I heard, it might be wrong.)

 

Nebuchadnezzar (who's name is too long and I'm going to call Chad) was a Babylonian king, who reined for wayyyy too long. He didn't do too much lol.

 

Sargon was the first Akkadian ruler and conquered the sumerians with his chariots. He was the first ruler of an Empire.

 

Cyrus the Great created the Archaemenid Empire, later becoming Persia.

 

Thanks for the recap of Mesopotamia

 

Yay!

 Jun 16, 2020
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Zoroaster:

 

Zoroaster, Zartosht, Zarathustra Spitama, ( l. c. 1500-1000 BCE) was the Persian priest-turned-prophet who founded the religion of Zoroastrianism

 

Hammurabi:

 

Hammurabi, also spelled Hammurapi, (born, Babylon died c. 1750 bce), sixth and best-known ruler of the 1st (Amorite) dynasty of Babylon

 Jun 16, 2020
edited by jimkey17  Jun 16, 2020

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