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Gregtoolson
Answered: Mar 07, 2017
It didn't actually represent words but rather syllables that could be conjunctioned into words.

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Gregtoolson
Answered: Mar 07, 2017
Though many Greek colonies were located on the Black Sea in ancient times.

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Gregtoolson
Answered: Mar 07, 2017
Not so. If anything it can be said Solomon united the Hebraic states. It was Solomon's death and his two successors ,Jeroboam andRehoboam, who divided it into Israel and Judah respectively.

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Gregtoolson
Answered: Mar 07, 2017
Though religion was so ingrained into the everyday of life in ancient Greece one could argue even the most democratic periods of Athens were theocratic in part.

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Gregtoolson
Answered: Mar 08, 2017
Yep, David moved the seat of monarchy from Hebron to Jerusalem among the favorable Jebusites

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Tyler.seegmiller
Answered: Jan 26, 2020
All of the above?

Seriously one could never survive with one. Dexterity was a prime factor to all sword fighting, but strength in beating, and blocking was important, and endurance was...Read More

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Gregtoolson
Answered: Mar 07, 2017
The Peloponnesian War was well under way by the time of Athens' retribution on the Melians. In fact it was because the Melians refused to participate in the War that the incident even happened.Read More

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Gregtoolson
Answered: Mar 08, 2017
There were 12 Olympian gods, but there were many more Greek gods than just those dozen.

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Gregtoolson
Answered: Mar 07, 2017
Ziggurats DID NOT store grain.
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Gregtoolson
Answered: Mar 07, 2017
This answer could be given to Alexander the (yet to be)Great too. Since he led a division of the Makedonians in the battleof Chaeroneaalong with his father Philip II.

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Gregtoolson
Answered: Mar 07, 2017
This is actually not true. While Tut's tomb was still impressively well intact by the time Howard Carter found it in 1922, the tomb had actually been robbed before in ancient times.

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Gregtoolson
Answered: Mar 07, 2017
Never heard such a theory. The Thutmoses were certainly great military leaders (particularly III), but I was unaware that they abandoned the divinity of their Pharaohship.

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Gregtoolson
Answered: Mar 07, 2017
Makedon certainly became a dominant 'state' of Greece, though.
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Gregtoolson
Answered: Mar 07, 2017
Hammurabi and his regime were certainly Amoritic people, but the Amorites were not a "civilization" until they took over the city of Babylon and emerged as Babylonia

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