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Iron IIC/ Assyrian

720-586

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Iron III/Babylonian

586-539

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Neo-Assyrian Winged Bull Raised Relief

Stone
Palace of Sargon II
Dur Sharrukin
Ca. 720 BCE

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Who was the last king of Israel?

Hoshea

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Who campaigned in Israel and sieged Lachish in 701 BCE

Sennacherib

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Details from the Siege of Lacish

701
Palace of Sennacherib
Nineveh

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What did Assyrians do to conquered people?

Deported them.

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Who built a tunnel under jerusalem so water could be accessed during siege?

Hezrkiah

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Sennacherib Prisms

ceramic
Nineveh

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Where is the Ishtar Gate?

Babylon

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When did Nineveh fall to the Neo-Babylonians?

612

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Cyrus the Great Cylinder

539

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Who are the important Persian kings between 559-478 BCE

Cyrus II (the Great), Darius I, Xerxes

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What battle did Darius lead the Persians against the Greeks?

Marathon (490)

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What battles did Xerxes lead the Persians against the Greeks?

Thermopylea and Salamis (480)

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What society creates a courier system?

The Persians.

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Early Hellenistic

332-198

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Alexander the Great

356-323

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What was the cataclysmic battle between the Roman legion and the Greek hoplite phalynx?

Cinoscephalae (197)

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Late Hellenistic

198-63

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Who expelled the Seleucids from Yehud Medinata?

The Hasmoneans (Maccabean Revolt)

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What Seleucid king forbade Judaism?

Antiochus IV

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Marble Head of Alexander with Red Pigment

Beth Shean
200 BCE

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Hefzibah Inscription

Correspondence in Greek between Antiochus III and Ptolemy son of Thraseas
limestone
Beth Shean Valley
ca 201-195 BCE

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Heliodorus Inscription

Correspondence in Greek between Seleucus IV (187-175) and his viceroy Heliodorus with subordinate officals
limestone
Maresha
178 BCE

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Aphrodite Figurines

Terracotta
Beth Shean
1st century BCE

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Roman Period

68

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What characterizes Roman art?

Individualism and realism

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What characterized Greek art?

Idealization

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Veristic sculpture

Art reflects virtue rather than reality