Part 4: The Indo-European, Chapter 24: The Assyrians

Part 4: The Indo-European, Chapter 24: The Assyrians
Posted October 26, 2011

Assyrian warship …


Book Two: The peoples

Part 4: The Indo-European

Chapter 24: The Assyrians

Assyrian periods

Archaeologists have divided the history of the Assyrian empire into three periods: The paleo-Assyrian period – 1796 to – 1393 Period of conquests and invasions of cities and kingdoms surrounding The Mid-Assyrian period – 1393 to – 912 The Neo-Assyrian period of – 912 to – 609 Period of defense against the neighboring peoples, Phrygian, Aramaic, Kaska, Babylon Assyria then disappears under the blows of the Medes For these three periods, already widely known by the stories Greeks, they made numerous excavations Archaeologists so they had to dig up objects and bring texts to confirm these stories in the history of Assyrian close

History of the kingdom of Assyria

But the real story of the Assyrian, the one that we interest, is the kingdom of Assyria, of – 3000 – 1800 For this period there was very little evidence and searches always stop at the newest, easiest, cheapest, etc. … During this period, the kingdom of Assyria ruled a region more or less around the city of Assur, but could extend throughout Anatolia and parts of Iran, and doors to Sumer south Indeed, we found texts prove that the commercial cities of the region were not independent counters, but colonies Hegemony is not eternal, the Kingdom has become vassal of Akkad at about – 2200 BC


Assur is the tutelary god of the city of Ashur and Assyria it is the true master of the kingdom, and the king is only its representative and high priest This is the god who orders him what to do, and sovereign must be accountable to The king of Assyria is the representative on earth of the god Ashur This way of writing the text proves the origin Extraterrestrial god And it was only after his death, his deification brings full powers to the king For the king is also the high priest of the god Ashur The king can not be present at all the ceremonies that was to lead, it was represented by his cloak, kuzippu, or a priest delegated The king is the head of the army and the domain administrator royal Its main role is to govern his kingdom, but also and especially to enlarge The royal estate owns the land, workshops, warehouse and inventory It employs an important administration for management field

The Assyrian pantheon

Assur is the king of the gods The ordeal of Marduk in the Enuma Elish, history Babylonian creation of the world, says that Marduk is judged by a court of the gods, headed by Assur At his side the goddess Ishtar, symbolized by the planet Venus, goddess of love and war Other important gods are part of this pantheon: The storm god, Adad The moon god, Sin And many others, found in all pantheons of Indo-European city-states

The city of Assur

Archaeology confirms the occupation of the city from at least – before 4000 J.C. The oldest remains were discovered in the temple Ishtar and the old palace Assur was the counter Assyrians, Indo-European or Aryan Valley Thar After the wars of Yi, they came to take refuge, as many other Aryan peoples, in their desks in the middle east The city of Ashur is known to us with over 22 000 tablets unearthed in the city of Kanesh currently Kültepe, Cappadocia It is written in ancient paleo-Assyrian cuneiform These are mostly letters of a private nature There are also many legal documents: contracts , Bills of sale, loans, receivables, minutes, verdicts But the accounting documents, exercises schools, religious incantations and literary texts Assur was a very rich city thanks to its trade international Assyria had commercial relations with Anatolia , Sumer, Elam and up the valley of the Thar An important part of commercial traffic with the valley Thar was assured by sea, the Persian Gulf and Oman to Indian Ocean They negotiated tin, bronze, copper, silver , Gold, jewelry, wood, cloth and food, among others … The cuneiform script is used to Assyria, as in Throughout the region, since the arrival of the Sumerian This writing common to Aryan and facilitates the Atlantean communications and trade Use of this writing, and understanding are not limited to the elite, and a significant proportion of the population use it Implying an important educational system …

Assyrian Navy

To transport bulky and heavy, cedar such as drums, metals, olive oil, etc. …, up to Indian Ocean should be a consistent Shipping He needed a boat to transport To be profitable, well yes, in those days, the profitability was the order of the day, it was necessary that these vessels are immense … The Etruscans, as discussed in Part 5 , Manufactured vessels over 100 meters long and 20 to 30 meters off! There is no reason than their Atlantean Assyrians do not enjoy the same technology And to ensure that these transports are represented huge, it was necessary a navy to protect them from pirates … The fact that the bas-reliefs of Assyria, located inside land, far from the sea, are transport vessels and war, proves the great influence of Assyrian territorial The art demonstrates not only the Assyrian presence at sea Black, Mediterranean and the Persian Gulf, but also their technology progress Just imagine the technology and logistics necessary for the collection, transportation , Loading, travel, delivery and payment for these goods … This confirms to us that the Atlanteans to 5000 years ago were not uneducated barbarians just good to make war …

Assyrian ship propulsion

In northern Anatolia or the figurine was found in pottery representing a transport ship Assyrian The photo is part of the wonderful blog: between two banks to I would strongly advise you to go through it, you will make a wonderful trip to Turkey This figure comes from a pottery exhibition Temporary Museum of St. Irene (Aya Irini Müzesi) located in the park Topkapi Palace The exhibition traces of Kültepe concerns, most important trading Assyrian in Anatolia The exhibits date from the end of the third millennium to the beginning of the second millennium BC But what is more interesting is that this figure represents a tug It is driven neither by sail or by oars … The top of the mast is strangely reminiscent of an antenna radar … The two characters are completely one pilot and his assistant At their hats, it is clear that they are Assyrian What may work well on this engine tug very that was powerful draw cedar barrels or barges? This took place there over 4000 years …



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