no, they weren’t able to get iron hot enough.
there inventions, there innovation there math and astronomy, inventions like the iron weapon, the transportation use of the wheel and trade networks
No. The Northern Kingdom of Israel fell in 722 BCE. The SouthernKingdom of Judah suffered immensely from Assyrian attacks with over20 major towns and cities leveled, but the capital of Jerusalem wasable to withstand the Assyrian siege. It is unclear(archaeologically) READ MORE
The Israelites were never freed from Assyrian captivity. They adapted their religious beliefs to those of their captors and gradually blended into the culture that surrounded them, losing their ethnic identity. Their modern-day descendants are probably among the Iraqis, Syrians READ MORE
People in the Assyrians were treated harshly and others wanted tofight against them They banded to get stronger to fight them because they knew thatthe Assyrians were stronger than they were alone.
Phoenicians Answer: Our tradition states that Hebrew was the language with which Godcreated the world (Rashi commentary, Genesis 2:23, quoting themidrash); and it is the language with which He gave the Torah. Since it was considered a holy language and READ MORE
Shalmaneser V conquered the kingdom of Israel in 723 BC
Shlama alokh (saying hello to a boy) Shlama alakh (saying hello to a girl)
No. Italy has never been owned by a Middle eastern nation. The greatest extent of the Assyrians included Mesopotamia, Syria, Judaea, and possibly Egypt (I’m not sure about Egypt). This is just from memory though so I might be a READ MORE