Tag Archives: 7th century BCE

The Hundred Masters Period in East Asia

The “Hundred Masters” period in East Asia arose during the end of the Zhou dynasty and refers to a period of philosophical and political thought which sought, among other things, the best way to govern. Overall, the period lasted roughly between 600 and 200 BCE.
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From Neo-Assyrian to Persian Empires

The Neo-Assyrian Empire (911-612 BCE) is remembered for the brutal and efficient manner in which it conquered its foes, often using mass deportation to remove conquered people to different and unfamiliar parts of their empire, using these subject peoples as everything raging from agricultural slaves to soldiers and charioteers.
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