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Research and information on the background of Cyrus the Great and the Medes. Assessments of the backgrounds together and their conquests.
An inside look at the Neo-Elamite royal family despite the lack of knowledge and narrative kept on the sequence of kings.
From information about the Medes to background on the Median Empire and it's rise, the research provided gives a clear background on the Eastern group.
Ever wonder how Ansan and Parsumas relate to the rise of Cyrus? With research of the little information on the topic you will learn how these two Kingdoms aided the rise of the great Cyrus.
Matt Water, UW-Eau Claire professor looks into the history of Cyrus in the time of the Achaemenids.
Ever wonder how the Oibaras saga, the Persian Empire and Ctesias are all intertwined? A UW-Eau Claire professor covers the tale of Oibaras and Cyrus and their tribulations.
Ever wonder how the Persian Empire came about, or how and when Cyrus the great rose to power? A UW-Eau Claire professor digs in to tell us how the empire was built and how their leader came into power.
Who was the Neo-Elamite king Te’ Umman? Learn more about him through analysis of the eight Neo-Babylonian letters from the Nineveh corpus.
When did Cyrus the Great conquer Susa? UWEC professor Matt Waters looks into this question and infers that it is impossible to know the actual date, but that it was done sometime before conquering Babylon.
How were the satraps able to effect foreign policy without royal directive in the Achaemenid Persian Empire? UW-Eau Claire professor of Classics and Ancient History delves into the question.
A UWEC foreign language professor examined the flaws of the privatization of public schools, and how these schools and their methods are affecting not only the English language learning students, but their parents as well.
A previously unpublished Neo-Assyrian letter from the Nineveh corpus offers insight into Assyria's relations with Elam in the late 650s and early 640s.
Mesopotamian sources are paramount got Neo-Elamite history. These sources are helping to make new discoveries of Elamite material.
Where the Medes truly an empire? Researchers debate the evidence to find the answer.
Two senior biology majors have pursued extraordinary opportunities doing national and international undergraduate research through the biology department.
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