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The New Kingdom also employed mercenaries to fill its ranks Sherden (one of the Sea Peoples), Libyans and Maryannu charioteers where all employed. A ziggurat could have as few as two or as many as seven levels. But being the degenerates that they are, they couldn't content themselves with simply having it, they felt compelled to claim creation of it. In the next prosecution six people were condemned, and forced to commit suicide within the court itself. TO TRANSLATE THIS SITE FROM ENGLISH INTO ANOTHER LANGUAGE CLICK HERE and put in the URL of this page in the space provided.

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