The Rise Of The Royal Dynasty In The Kingdom of Yamkhad During The Second Millennium B.C
Al-Anbar University Journal For Humanities,
2022, Volume 2022, Issue 4, Pages 3646-3678
AbstractThis study aims to identify the kings of the ruling dynasty that was established in the kingdom of Yamkhad in Syria, and the political conditions and developments that led to the establishment of that dynasty during the second millennium BC, especially since the kingdom of Yamkhad was one of the most important and powerful kingdoms that appeared in northern Syria during the period The first half of the second millennium BC, that important period full of its political events and its civilizational importance, and this kingdom had an active and influential role in those events, and its influence was not limited to within the borders of the country of Syria, but went beyond it to outside it, and it had its political effectiveness in the history of the ancient Near East..
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