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PNU Eastern Mediterranean & Iron Age II Religion Questions Discussion

Princess Nourah University

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I’m working on a History exercise and need support.

It will consist of two essay questions, each worth 50% of the exam grade. Each essay should be 4-5 typed paragraphs in length with a thesis and brief conclusion. Here are the main ideas for the essays.

Question 1 will have to do with events in the eastern Mediterranean 1200-1000 BCE and the formation of nation states in the Levant (Phoenicia, Philistia, Israel, etc.)

Question 2 is about religion and cult in Iron Age II Israel and Judah

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Running Head: ESSAY QUESTIONS ASSIGNEMENT

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ESSAY QUESTIONS ASSIGNMENT

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Events in the eastern Mediterranean 1200-1000 BCE and the formation of nation-states in
the Levant
This period is often referred to as the Late Bronze Age. This was a period that was
marred with violent conflict and is also called the Dark Age. It was a transition period and
encompassed the following regions: Aegean Region, North Africa, Near East, Caucasus, Eastern
Mediterranean, and the Balkan Regions. This was a transition period from the Late Bronze Age
period to the beginning of the Iron Age and encompassed the years from 1200 to 1100 BC.
This period marked the beginning of cultural changes that were brought about by armed
conflict and led to the collapse of many empires and kingdoms. This was occasioned by the
collapse of the Bronze Age which led to the disintegration of palace economies in the Aegean
regions. This led to the collapse of empires and kingdoms like Mycenaean Kingdoms, Kassites
of Babylon, Hittites and the Egyptians. The collapse of these kingdoms and empires led to the
disruption of trade routes and cultural aspects like literacy among subjects leading to violent
confrontations.
At the end of this period, only a handful of powerful states like the Egyptian Empire,
Assyria, and the Elam. Egypt was badly weakened but survived through the conflict. Elam was
eventually conquered by Nebuch...

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