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Even so, Mesopotamia is known as the “cradle of civilization” primarily because of two developments that occurred there, in the region of Sumer, in the 4th millenium BCE: the rise of the city as we recognize that entity today, and the invention of writing (although writing is also known to have developed in Egypt, in the Indus Valley, in China, and to have taken form independently in Mesoamerica). The prosperity led to, among other things, an increase in the brewing of beer in many different varieties and more leisure time for sports.

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Even later, the lugals, or 'kings/ although they commanded the army and exercised considerable control over the economy, for a long time had to share power with the leaders of the major temple corporations and the more powerful landowners in each city Records of The Past, Vol. I: Being English Translations Of The Ancient Monuments Of Egypt And Western Asia. A native ruler, Psammetichus I was placed on the throne, as a vassal of Ashurbanipal, and the Nubians were never again to pose a threat to either Assyria or Egypt. [74] With no permanent plans for conquest, the Assyrians left control of Egypt to a series of vassals who became known as the Saite kings of the Twenty-sixth Dynasty Theban Desert Road Survey II: The Rock Shrine of Pahu, Gebel Akhenaton, and other Rock Inscriptions from the Western Hinterland of Naqada (Yale Egyptological Publications). He graduated from the Egyptian armies East, West, North and South and expansion secures border, and taught classes in neighbouring peoples, military art and in art dealing with the defeated, treated with great respect to attend the traditions of war and peace Everyday Life In Ancient Egypt (Kegan Paul Library of Ancient Egypt).

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