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Topic: Cosmopolitan Civilization: Middle East & Late Bronze Age
Richard W. Bulliet, et al., The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, Fourth Edition (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2007), http://www.scuc.txed.net/webpages/cbaker/ap_world_history.cfm?subpage=28526
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Answer three of the questions posed at the beginning (and end) of chapter 3 in at least four to six sentences for each response.
Pose two questions about chapter 3 and then answer them in at least four to six sentences.
Research an image related to chapter 3, include a link to it, and explain what it is and what it tells us about the time and place that it comes from in at least four to six sentences.
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Name Professor Course Date Chapter 3 1 How did the cosmopolitan civilization develop in the Middle East during the Late Bronze Age, and what forms did it take? New powers and cultural transformations emerged during the Late Bronze Age. The Mesopotamian culture is the one that expanded rapidly during this age through the expansion of the Assyrian and Hittite. Egypt succeeded in diversifying its culture beyond its borders and in expelling the Hyksos. This expansion period happened the time of the Battle of Kadesh against the Hittites. Political and religious movements were formed after Hatshepsut a