The Aryans who had settled around Varanasi were known as Kassite
city was flanked by the rivers Varna and Asia from which the place derives its name.
1-15), which ably documents the transformation of the Kassite
peoples from foreigners and even enemies during the Old Babylonian period to rulers of Babylonia with (fabricated) connections to the third-millennium Sumerian tradition, presents itself as something of the odd man out.
The Tour Guide License Programme will cover the history of Qatar from the Al Ubaidi Period through the Bronze Age, Kassite
Period, Greek and Roman influences, Sasonid Period, Islamic Period, Umayyad and Abbassid Period and Bani Khalid Time right up to British rule and recent contemporary history of Qatar.
Among the topics are foreigners under foreign rule in Kassite
Babylonia during the second half of the second millennium BC, non-priestly and priestly legislation concerning strangers, resident aliens and natives in the holiness legislation, and Gentile Yhwh-worshipers and their participation in the cult of Israel.
respectively, while the bird-shaped clay whistle once displayed in the Iraq Museum, Baghdad, was made by a Babylonian craftsman in the Kassite
period, around 1400 B.
Adding yet another name meaning "sun" by incorporating the language of her Kassite
ancestors, "Suryash Hatawi Shamsa" then narrates stories of her ancestors' travels and hardships, and by doing so she offers an alternative to the site-specific nationalism to which the narrator's family subscribes:
Within the heavily looted Akkadian through Middle Babylonian sites, there is some emphasis on Ur III to Larsa and Kassite
period sites below 5ha in size, and especially those below 9ha, although most attention was still paid to the larger sites.
Iranian culture, on the other hand, like Kassite
culture in earlier times, had only limited impact on the western holdings of these dynasties.
conquerors terminated the Babylonian era at the turn of the second millennium BC and introduced a bronze age characterised by relative cultural stagnation.
Foreigners under Foreign Rulers: The Case of Kassite
Babylonia (2nd Half of the 2nd Millennium B.
45), although an earlier period of use is suggested by the presence of occasional Kassite
(late-second millennium BC) sites along this levee.
The Marduk crown seems even less distinctive: a Kassite
reference to a crown of Marduk described it as bearing salummatu, "shimmering light," as a "tall horned crown of gold and lapis lazuli, ornamented with various precious stones" (53)--but little other description is available.