hace 5 días · At the height of its power, during the 14th century BC, it had outposts centered on its capital, Washukanni, which archaeologists have located on the headwaters of the Khabur River. Eventually, Mitanni succumbed to Hittite, and later Assyrian attacks, and was reduced to a province of the Middle Assyrian Empire.
hace 2 días · Assyria (Neo-Assyrian cuneiform: , romanized: māt Aššur; Classical Syriac: ܐܬܘܪ, romanized: ʾāthor) was a major ancient Mesopotamian civilization which existed as a city-state at times controlling regional territories from the 21st century BC to the 14th century BC, then to a territorial state, and eventually an empire from the 14th century BC to the 7th century BC.
hace 2 días · The 14th century, when the Mongol Empire came to power, is often called the Age of the Mongols. Mongol armies expanded westward under the command of Batu Khan. Their western conquests included almost all of Russia (save Novgorod, which became a vassal), and the Kipchak-Cuman Confederation.
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20/11/2022 · 4th century BC: Traction trebuchet in Ancient China. 4th century BC: Gears in Ancient China; 4th century BC: Reed pens, utilising a split nib, were used to write with ink on Papyrus in Egypt. 4th century BC: Nailed Horseshoe, with 4 bronze shoes found in an Etruscan tomb. 375–350 BC: Animal-driven rotary mill in Carthage.
15/11/2022 · The art history from 19th century BC to 14th century BC covers a wide range of different art styles and periods. Some of the most famous artworks from this time period include the paintings of ancient Egyptian tombs, the sculptures of the ancient Greek temples, and the mosaics of the Roman villas.
hace 5 días · 14th century AD: French priest Jean Buridan provides a basic explanation of the price system. Philosophy of science [ edit ] 1220s - Robert Grosseteste writes on optics, and the production of lenses, while asserting models should be developed from observations, and predictions of those models verified through observation, in a precursor to the scientific method .