were their achievements? [pic]Indo-European people/sacked Babylon at one point/(During the Iron Age) First to make iron weapons on lrg scale(new possiblilites in regard to conquest)/learned to conquer/established a powerful kingdom and pioneered and develop iron technology [pic]After the eleventh century B.C., what metal came into general use in the Middle East for weapons and tools?[pic] Iron [pic]How should we understand and describes the Hebrew concept of God and his divine power?
These two were supposedly the first kings of Sparta. Sparta’s militarism required that the kings assert strong generalship. As kingship was hereditary in Sparta – Aristotle, refers to the Spartan kings as “hereditary generals’, there was no retirement age, and the kings often brought the troops into battle and lead them into war even as elderly men. In early times both kings lead the armies to war but at some point there was a problem that resulted in a change of policy. Herodotus (7, 75) tells us that
(i.e., raising children and other traditional “women’s work”). Therefore, most 1 Quoted in Pomeroy (2002, p. 81). 2 Sparta produced little in the way of great art, architecture, or philosophy, and was famous primarily for its ﬁerce devotion to warfare. The historian Thucydides wrote, “If Sparta were deserted and only its temples and its ground plan left, future generations would never believe that its power had matched its reputation” (quoted in Forrest 1969, p. 28). 3 For an economic analysis