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  • Mesopotamia I. - Neolithic

    The territory of the Far East was inhabited as early as the Stone Age, by the species of Homo Sapiens Neandretalis (Šanídár Cave - NE Iraq - 50 - 40 thousand years BC). Paleolithic humans had their food by collecting fruits and seeds and hunting (gazelles, deer, boars).

  • Mesopotamia II. - Chalcolite

    Chalcolith can be considered a kind of preparatory period in which some basic features of Mesopotamian civilization appear in germinal forms. However, the main change is in the transfer of the center of development gradually to southern Mozopotamia.

  • Mesopotamia III. - The emergence of Mesopotamian civilization

    This key period is archaeologically characterized by the culture of Urucka (3500 - 3200 BC) and Dždetnasrská (3200 - 3000 BC), which follow the Obejd cultures.

  • Mesopotamia IV. - Early dynastic period

    In the 1st half of the 3rd thousand BC There was a gradual formation in Mesopotamia of city-states, headed by hereditary ruling dynasties. Therefore, this phase is called the early dynastic period.

  • Mesopotamia V. - Akkadian period

    In the Akkadian period, a larger state unit was created for the first time, which for a longer period (about 150 years) united the whole of Mesopotamia and temporarily controlled the surrounding areas (Assyria, Elam). Its creators followed up on earlier short-term unification attempts that date back to the early dynastic period (eg Eanatum of Lagash).

  • Mesopotamia VI. - Period of II. the Lagash dynasty

    The Laga kings apparently controlled them as a small-scale city-state that gained independence or arose after the fall of the Akkadian dynasty.

  • Mesopotamia VII. - Period of III. dynasty of Uru

    The rule of the Third Ur dynasty marked a significant turning point in Mesopotamian history, as after a long period of fragmentation, a central leadership was re-established for all of Babylonia. The Urs rulers have made many efforts to build a system of central administration that will allow the most efficient use of the country's economic resources.

  • Mesopotamia VIII. - Ancient Babylonian and ancient Assyrian period

    For this period of Mesopotamian history, which fills the first half of the 2nd millennium BC, we have at our disposal a practically inexhaustible amount of written material, which allows us to have a sufficient insight into the events of this period. Tens of thousands of administrative records, contracts, private and official letters, legal collections and other texts inform us about economic and social conditions.


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