Part 4: The Indo-European, Chapter 17: Cities of the Gods

Part 4: The Indo-European, Chapter 17: Cities of the Gods
Published on December 17 2010

The lion copper lions at the temple in Mari in the 2nd millennium BC


Book Two: The People

Part 4: The Indo-European
Chapter 17: Cities of the Gods

Counters Valley Thar
Arrived from space, and the Scythian Aryans settled in the valley of the Thar
The Scythians as Aryan ethnic groups are Aryan or Indo-European, and therefore of the Atlantis
After the war of Yi that devastated the valley of the Thar, the Scythians went on Ikshvaku and Aryan fled to Northwind they had created in the Middle East
The Aryans were able to install their factories in areas easy to win for them, because local people were still in the Neolithic
It should however avoid conflicts with the Hattis, édenistes and Sumerian, Atlantean, which would certainly have their posed more problems
The main counters were Wassugammi, capital of the Mitanni, the Hittites to Hattusas, Alaca Huyuk, Alalakh, Ugarit, Byblos, Babylon, Assyria, Susa, Kabnak, Meturan, Dilmun, Ekallâtum, Larsa, Isin, Uruk, Babylon, Chogha Zanbil Eshnunna, Aleppo, Mari, Qatna, Ras Ibn Hani and many others, since there are more than a thousand, known …

Cities of the Gods
The founder of the counter, and sent representatives of Aryan Valley Thar is a god
The counter takes his name
His house later became the temple or it will be worshiped as tutelary deity of the city and its territory
This god is the king of the city, and its load is transmitted by inheritance
At every coronation of a new king is proclaimed “God is King! ”
In all counters, became kingdoms, and whatever their size, the same principles are applied
In all these counters, liturgical narratives found, explain that the gods created humans to become their servant
Subsequently, the god owns the city will be deified and worship will be returned
This god will grant the monarchy, then a person worthy to succeed him … with the approval of the priests
He will be responsible for maintenance of temples, defense, and especially new territorial conquests …

The king establishes the amount of taxes
He directs the Authority’s levy
It ensures the smooth running of the worship of gods
He leads the army and justice
He began the great work
Ministers of the help perform these tasks
The kingdom is growing more and more the system becomes more complex

Realms of the Gods
Each city-state was independent, had its own deity and his government
The first written texts dating from – 3400 to -2900 BC, are administrative documents and lists
The use of cuneiform writing for administration and accounting, provides information on their rights and legal codes, including that of Hammurabi, and their contracts are sophisticated commercial

Cities such as kingdoms have in common irrigation techniques, agriculture and livestock, brick construction
This is the time of the sanctuaries of brick ziggurats, pyramids storey
They manufacture of ceramics, pottery and gold work fine
Their industry uses copper and cast iron, but iron, since it is part of steel
The Damascus steel was already built by the Hittites in – 2500, the Neolithic, while the Iron Age, according to scientists not begin until official – 1000 …

The city-states forge alliances between them to control as much territory as possible
Some take the head of the alliance will … or force
Over the kingdom grows, the more allies Schedule
Grows over the kingdom, and his patron god becomes strong

The city-states of Sumer
The city-states of Sumer, see the book first, the fifth part: the Atlanteans, Chapters 16 and 17, installed since – 4000, no longer the same unit …
After – 3000, they are constantly fighting each other to lead the kingdom …
The main cities are Uruk, Ur, Eridu, Nippur, Kish and Lagash

They are now in direct competition with former Aryans counters
They have become city-states with the arrival of refugees from the valley of the Thar
The independent Sumerian city-states became more vulnerable
They will fall prey to the kingdom or city-state’s dominant time

The great kingdoms
Period – 3000 – 1000, will become the period of the great kingdoms
The main kingdoms are: Canaan, Urartu, the kingdom Hurrian, Mitanni, the Hittite kingdom, Assyria, Akkad, Babylonia, Elam, Dilmun, etc. …

All these great kingdoms will use the time in their history to try to unify …
Of course, all want to be the unifying …
But neither the city states, kingdoms or small, will not accept these desires annexation
So alliances in betrayals, wars will succeed …



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