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All the way from the start of culture through the Ancient Christianity there has been a pantheon of; destruction, recognition, wars, cultural diffusion, religious discoveries, legislation which were established, kings and queens crowned and dethroned. The Mesopotamian Civilization it was that the land between two rivers the Tigris and the Euphrates Rivers that culture first began. The growth of civilization in 3200 B.C. through 525 B.C This was an act of human development of this Near Eastern river valleys of Sumer and Egypt. Cuneiform writing in Sumer and the hieroglyphics in Egypt was developed in this time period. Such things as the Code of Hammurabi and the fall of the Assyrian Empire, The Persian wars, assassination of Julius Caesar, it was also the start of the Greco-Roman Age, and also the ending of the Roman Empire in the West. The Hebrews became in presence in 1250 B.C. вЂ" 515 B.C This was the Hebrew mass departure from Egypt. Moses the messenger of God came to lead the Hebrews into turning into a nation and uplifting there believe in Yahweh, the sole God. The hieroglyphics detailed events of this era but not one of them referred specifically to the Israelites and Egypt. The Israelites returned to Canaan to rejoin the other Hebrews that remained behind and did not join in the journey to Egypt. In the 722 B.C. several Hebrew were deported to the different parts of Assyrian empire. The Hebrew that was in a way deported were dubbed the title ten lost tribes, and lost their identities because the men and women who'd made a covenant with God. The Hebrew vied God as being One, Sovereign, Transcendent, Good, and Loving. They believed in devoting themselves to God and harming nobody. In between 1250 B.C. and 515 B.C There had been a lot to transpire.