Who was the most influential ruler in ancient Persia?
Akhenaten, Rameses ii, Hatshepsut, Menes.
Some of the important historical Mesopotamian leaders were Ur-Nammu (king of Ur), Sargon (who established the Akkadian Kingdom), Hammurabi (who established the Old Babylonian …state), and Tiglath-Pileser I (who established the Assyrian Empire).
The Ancient Hellenic (Greek) civilizations. They gave us the ideas of a republic and governance as well as learning and philosophy. They laid the foundations of modern science… and gave birth to modern maths, logic, and the concept of a mathematic proof. However the Greek civilization is said to have been greatly influenced in the beginning by Ancient Egypt. If we are looking at inventions many other civilizations have contributed such as Ancient China who gave us paper, gunpowder and many other. Mesopotamia gave us the wheel. It is difficult to say that one civilization was the most influential because most of them are interrelated. However it is generally accepted that Ancient Greece experienced a "Golden Age" during which extraordinary advancements where made in all the main aspects of modern civilization.
Leonardos of Sparta?
Which of the ancient Sumerians' technological achievements do you think has been most influential in history and why?
i think it was the cuneiform because it teaches you a whole different kind of communication and ur teachers have been talking about it right??? hope this helps!!!!!!!!!! ( Yo…u probably should have told hime more information about cuneiform) I beg to differ. The Sumerians progressed from the typical stone age to a age of metals which is where they discovered the use of metal. Which means the found out how to make better and more stronger weapons, tools, jewellery and cooking appliances ( saucepans) With out this age of metals we would have proper building structure's, weapons, tools ( hammers ect), Kitchen appliances ( Forks, knives ect.) The Sumerians were one of the first to use metal whereas all civilisations used writing. Hope i helped :P ( All this information was supplied by a year 9 History student. How's that make you fell xD)
Socrates was. He explained how to view one's self as a person. He was murdered for his influence on the Greek civilization.
Shah Abbas (the Great)
Athens and Sparta
Julius Caesar, Octavian/Augustus, Nero, Cicero, Tajan
IT was fucin jefmayor! .
In Roman Empire
There were/are many men who who are in contention for the dubious honor of being the most hated. Among the emperors there was Domitian, Caracalla, Commodus, Elagabalus, and se…veral others. The Romans both deified and dammed the memory of their emperors. However more than likely the most hated Roman ruler was the last king, Tarquinus Superbus. They ousted him and vowed never to have a king over them again.
Enlil, Enka, and Jarqa. They are the most richest so they are the most famous! Email me for more information at email@example.com
This changed over the centuries. Sparta was ruled by two kings, a council. and an assembly Athens was ruled first by a king, then an aristocracy, then by atyrant, then by an… assembly of the people. Persia was ruled by a king and his council.
May be because he was above all.
Mahmud of ghazni was the most influtential ruler of the ghaznaviddynasty