UGC 111 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tiber, Bronze Age, Iron Age

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Kings & priests have the power (divine ruler) Legalism over kinship values (1750 bce) because it is open challenged and overthrown by outsider. Constantly has to defend itself that rises up in their place iron technology: chariots, new weapons, mirror, pins) Egypt had more predictable flooding rituals of state. Agriculturalists that had settled and was more easily traveled agriculture. Weak central state causes decline and fortresses (old kingdom) much later. Book of the dead at first (weak state) Independent city-states isolated by conquered) but close enough to inherit independently (available to peasants. Rich and poor but lower class has and alphabet) Republic (cave) (freedom): power isn"t in authority arts and sciences. Disunity to unity to disunity to usurpation & dissolution. War w/o and then w/n: short unity & later divided. Epictetus" stoicism (c. watered lands rich and poor independently (available to poor too) Powerful empire and army (peasant then slave) nature) Emperor is father to people and engages in.

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