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  • {{Short description|Historical region in the Levant mentioned in the Bible}} ...] about 730–727 BCE, as depicted on a palace relief now kept on display at the British Museum.<ref>{{cite book |last1=Jones |first1=Clifford M. |title=Old
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  • ...many aspects of [[Ancient Egyptian religion|religion]], took shape during the Early Dynastic Period. ...an hieroglyphs]] appear just before this period, though little is known of the spoken language they represent.
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  • {{Short description|Ancient Semitic-speaking people from the Levant}} {{Redirect|Amorite|the language|Amorite language}}
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  • ...riod. The boundaries above show the political situation during the mid-8th century BC. ...8-3-11-020672-2|chapter=Periodizing Egyptian History: Manetho, Convention, and Beyond}}</ref>
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  • ...ate Period of Egypt (c. 1650 — c. 1550 BC) Thebes was briefly conquered by the [[Hyksos]] c. 1580 BC ...8-3-11-020672-2|chapter=Periodizing Egyptian History: Manetho, Convention, and Beyond}}</ref>
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  • {{short description|Period 1550 to 1077 BC in ancient Egypt}} ...e Karnak temple in Egypt </ref><ref>Antiquities of Thutmose III discovered in northern Iraq
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  • {{Redirect|Edomite|the language|Edomite language|the pottery|Edomite pottery|other uses|Edom (disambiguation)}} |year_start = c. 13th century BC
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  • {{Redirect|Edomite|the language|Edomite language|the pottery|Edomite pottery|other uses|Edom (disambiguation)}} |capital = [[Bozrah]], ({{lang-ar|بُصَيْرا}}), in modern day [[Jordan]]
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  • |nation = the [[Roman Empire]] |flag_p1 = Vexilloid of the Roman Empire.svg
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  • {{distinguish|text=the geographical region of [[Judea]]}} {{short description|Province of the Roman Empire (6–135 CE)}}
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  • {{distinguish|text=the geographical region of [[Judea]]}} {{short description|Province of the Roman Empire (6–135 CE)}}
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  • {{short description|Israelite kingdom of Israel and Judah, c. 1050–930 BCE}} ...state|Israel|the two split successor kingdoms|Kingdom of Israel (Samaria)|and|Kingdom of Judah}}
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  • ..._map_caption = Map of the [[Ancient Near East]] showing the extent of the '''Middle Assyrian Empire''' (orange) ''c.'' 1392 BC. |image_map2 = 14 century BC Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East.png
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  • {{about|the ancient Iranian people|other uses|Medes (disambiguation)|Medians|Median (di |event_end = Conquered by [[Cyrus the Great]]
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  • {{short description|Historic Hebrew kingdom in the Levant}} ...t and 2nd centuries BCE|Hasmonean dynasty|the mountainous southern part of the historic Land of Israel|Judea}}
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  • {{Short description|Hellenistic state in the Middle East from 312 BC to 63 BC}} | event_start = [[Wars of the Diadochi]]
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  • {{short description|ancient Anatolian people and their empire}} ...rchy]]<small> (Middle and New Kingdom)</small><ref>Crime and Punishment in the Ancient World – Page 29, Israel Drapkin – 1989</ref>
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  • {{short description|ancient Anatolian people and their empire}} ...rchy]]<small> (Middle and New Kingdom)</small><ref>Crime and Punishment in the Ancient World – Page 29, Israel Drapkin – 1989</ref>
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  • .../>Client state of the [[Roman Republic]] (63–40 BCE)<br />Client state of the [[Parthian Empire]] (40–37 BCE){{sfn|Neusner|1983|page=911}}{{sfn|Vermes| ...= [[Herod the Great|Herod]] [[Siege of Jerusalem (37 BC)|overthrows]] the Hasmoneans
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  • .../>Client state of the [[Roman Republic]] (63–40 BCE)<br />Client state of the [[Parthian Empire]] (40–37 BCE){{sfn|Neusner|1983|page=911}}{{sfn|Vermes| ...= [[Herod the Great|Herod]] [[Siege of Jerusalem (37 BC)|overthrows]] the Hasmoneans
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